It is by Yahoo Answers user EK, who asks, "Is being called 'thick' an insult or compliment? I am 5'7" and 140 pounds. This guy called me thick, saying he liked it. All I hear from that is fat. I DO have a donk large booty and muscular thighs, but I have no curves in my boobs and not really large hips. So is being called thick a compliment or insult?"
I can't... Griffin, I... I'm trying to stay posi. I'm trying to march into positivity this month.
The entire time you were reading that question I was trying to, in my mind, formulate a sentence in which 'thick' could be said in a complimentary way.
You know what? I think it's complimentary.
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