Girls really need to learn the difference between "curvy" and "fat/overweight". This girl sent me a message yesterday afternoon saying she had fun on our date, and we should do it again some time. I told her that i don't think it was going to happen, i felt no sort of attraction to her AT ALL. She asked me why and i told her the truth, told her that i just prefer girls more or less in my own weight class. Nothing personal. She hits me with the "so you don't like curvy women?" Couldn't even be bothered responding to that. Being 50lbs over your suggested weight does not make you "curvy", that makes you fat.
I don't have a problem with fat people either, i should mention. I just have zero physical attraction to them. Even less when they're as [bleep]ing delusional as this girl. Curvy my ass.
I'm sure she knows the difference, but it's difficult for anyone to call themselves fat, let alone when they know it's going to disqualify them sexually. I don't disagree with your choice (I'd have done the same thing) but I wouldn't have bothered responding at all.
It's a tough situation. Generally i really don't like just flat-out being rude to people, or hurting their feelings. I didn't want to not reply and have her think it's because of something she did. Truth be told, when we were driving in the car and i didn't have to look at her (because i was focusing on the road) it was actually fine. i actually think i had a good time. Fun to talk to, etc. So i didn't want her thinking she's a boring person, or she did something wrong, or whatever. I'd rather have her think i'm just another shallow prick instead.
There are a lot of guys that prefer larger women. I don't see why people aren't just honest about it upfront, instead of trying to be deceitful about their appearance. I find the fact that all of her pictures are just to her neckline deceitful, honestly speaking. This way you don't waste my time, and you don't waste your own time. You also spare yourself the pain of having to hear "sorry i don't like fat girls" over and over. I'd rather just be honest about it