Do men worry about their weight?

@caesarin (1091)
Indonesia
May 19, 2007 5:47am CST
Almost all women worry about their weight. Good and beautiful clothes won't fit in if they just gain 1 or 2 kgs. The thinner the better. I think almost all women wish to be as thin as models in the catwalks. But how about men? I rarely heard men worry about their weight, except models and boxers.
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@miaolin (397)
• China
19 May 07
Of course,man also worry about their weight,because it's not only the problem of body shape,but also the health of body.No matter man or woman,heavy body will bring them much healthy problem,such as hyprotension.They also want to have a perfect figure.But to lose weight is not the subject of man's as everlasting as woman's.
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
19 May 07
For the sake of the health, both men and women worry about their weight. But there are still people out there, men and women, who don't care about their weight. Most of the problem is obesity, which I worry about. I don't want to gain more weight because I feel heavier to move my body and lazier before I do something when I gain more weight. Besides I have problems with my body shape, that I should pay attention to what I wear. So gaining more weight would not be good for me.
@msjigga (866)
• United States
19 May 07
I dont believe Men worry to much about their weight unless they are in a sport or super thin. I think the average do not want to be skinny they want to be bigger. i have a guy friend who does everything to be bigger he is so tall and lanky and cant seem to gain weight. Men tend to lose weight easier than women.
@caesarin (1091)
• Indonesia
19 May 07
Well, I do think so that men doesn't worry much about their body weight than women. Most of my male friends don't care when they gain more weight. Maybe men really lose weight easier than women. But why? I know that my husband lose his weight more easily than me. Thanks for sharing.