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Is this odd thing for a T to say?

Posted by happyflower on June 21, 2006, at 6:15:49

Over the last year or so my T makes comments about himself, usually pertaining to his running. But he calls himself fat and old. I will say that you are not fat and old, and he says well compaired to the young runners he is.

Then another time he said that one time he was running without his shirt around his neighborhood and saw a teacher he knew who drove by and waved at him. He said he felt embarrest by the way his chest looks, so now he wears T-shirts all the time.

And the last time, about a month ago or so, I don't rememeber what exactly we were talking about. (maybe loseing weight and running) and he said something about his chest (looking like a swimmers body). I told him I thought he was way too critical of himself. He smiled and said thanks. And I went on to tell him how he has such nice looking runners legs and stuff. Then I got kinda embarrest and said "not that I noticed or anything". LOL Then we talked more about his legs and being a teenager and all. I know he was once very skinny in high school, like being 135 at 6' 2" and now he is around 200lbs.
But I just find it strange for a guy who seems so self confident, to put down his looks. He looks wonderful to me, but maybe I am looking through rose colored glasses. Isn't this kinda of weird for a T to talk about and it has nothing to do with me talking about my body which I really haven't gotten into. I need to lose some weight, but I don't have any reason to talk to him about it, because I am mostly comfortable with my body anyways.




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