"Baby, it's you. Not what you look like. not what you weigh. It's you, and you do it for me". Memorize those words, I've been married for 27+ years.
And by the way, I'm not the "prize" I used to be, which I remind her of often. It makes those questions less and less frequent and makes her much more comfortable. And by the way, she's still a babe and she still does it for me. Stretch marks and all
This is a no win questions when you get down to the brass tacks.
My wife very rarely asks it and it really doesn't matter much to me(of course my wife is nearly the same size she was when I met her). We've both probably gained about the same amount proportionally.
I like your answer and I use a variation of it with my spouse.
Very good advice and you younger guys pay attention!
Yes tell the truth because if nothing else it is the easiest thing to remember. That aside if you are lying both you and her will no it and it won't do good things long term. So tell her the truth, just don't be a jerk about it.
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