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Skinny Girl - Big Butt - What?




Metaphorically speaking, big buttocks are not exclusively "owned and operated" by large ethnically diverse women. Skinny girls have been known to strut their stuff too, and surprisingly enough, many with a larger than average posterior. When a girl with a big behind walks properly down the street in black stilettos, and she's wearing her favorite pair of form-fitting jeans, or a hiked up mini, you can best believe my dear readers, she is operating her rump in strange and amazing ways.




Large buttocks can be seen on all women, even skinny girls, no matter what country they may come from. Regardless of diet and lifestyle, a big buttocks can exist in a world where there are no rules to govern the growth and form of them. This is because there is no magic formula for having a big backside. Big buttocks are amazing to look at and touch like they're independent entities with minds of their own. I had a skinny girlfriend who used to let me touch her well-proportioned backside, so that's how I know and relate to this topic. She had all the right genes at work and she had no problem letting me and world know how proud she was of her behind.
The buttocks can be manipulated into becoming more shapely and firm, though. You could also work them out religiously every single day and still not be guaranteed satisfying results. If you choose to eat your way to a big backside, then this method will have some results because an expanding waist size almost always equals an expanding rear-end, but what about having a smaller waist size, and an expanding buttocks, with hips?



There are a combination of factors that need to fall into place first if having a big buttocks and a smaller waist size is what you want. Genetics is a precursor for over 90% of everything our bodies develop into, and we have no way of controlling such an outcome. Fat, muscles, and back alignment play a critical role in posterior development. Unfortunately, this is not an essay on how to get a large backside, but more of an observation on why quite a few skinny women have big fannies and small waists.



Living in Japan, my eyes have been blessed to witness the thickness, and to scratch my head in dumbfounded glee as to why and how that skinny girl across the street could have so much in the trunk, if you know what I mean. Thickness is an urban English term denoting the shapely figure on skinny girls, particularly in cases where the girl may have a larger than average rump area, legs, and a tiny waist. The word "trunk" means buttocks in urban English. The vast majority of skinny girls with larger than average backsides do not workout. They also do not adhere to any special dietary regiment, like stuffing their faces with cake and cookies. Many of these young ladies live their lives normally just like everybody else and in most cases do absolutely nothing, making them the envy of many not so well-endowed women.







Let's not factor out the clothing either, as many skinny girls wear outfits that give their rear-ends form. Clothing conceals and gives form to the formless. We can thank the lingerie industry for miracle bras and everything else that is used to enhance, or should I say, deceive the human eye into believing what it really wants to believe. Often times what a skinny girl wears will make her buttocks appear large and shapely. From my personal experience, this has been the number one reason why many skinny girls appear to have a lot back there. Without the form-fitting wear, many women will come up short of a truly naturally endowed buttocks.



This summer I hope you enjoy yourself. If you are living in Japan, or plan to make this your next destination you will not be disappointed at the proportion of skinny girls with big behinds, to fat girls with big behinds. There are many skinny women out here with assets.

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