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To you and Rachel, if I said women usually have bigger boobs than men, would you say I was irresponsibly generalizing? No. You would say, based on visual observation, that does, generally speaking, tend to be the case. It's true that women tend to have bigger boobs than men. And based on that same skill of visual observation, it is clear that most women have smaller boobs than Mexican men.
Oh how I WISH you could have been on that beach, or any beach/public park in Southern California, and seen with your own two eyes what I saw. It was a visual assault of misshapen obesity, the kind that you know cannot be fixed with a change of diet and an exercise plan. Even the children were obese. I wanted to believe there was an attractive Mexican on the Beach that day, but I only saw one man, and no women with a body fat percentage under 30% For women, I am not saying skinny is beautiful, (I prefer thick), but thick or thin, you at least use to look like a woman, have the general frame of a woman.
Listen, political correctness is great. It emphasizes empathy and tolerance. But it is only useful up to a point. After that, it just blinds you to reality and let's you live in some wierd state of denial. Before moving to SoCal, I had no opinion on illegal immigration or Mexcians. I did not learn my opinions from my parents or some peer group. I simply lived here and noticed that everywhere I turned, it felt like I was living in Mexico, surrounded by ugly, fat people with soooo many children.... So many......So many..... That's not bigotry, it's the new reality. And if you don't believe me, don't worry, illegal immigrants are coming for your city next.
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