10 Struggles of Having Big Thighs

We all come in different shapes and sizes. Some of us are tall. Some of us are short. Some of us are D cups. Some of us are A cups. And, of course, some of us have small thighs… and some of us have big thighs.

No matter your size, you should embrace your body and flaunt when you got. And if what you got is thighs, then flaunt them girl. After all, thick thighs are strong thighs, and strong IS the new skinny. I mean, what is a thigh gap anyway? As the quote says “if your thighs touch, you are one step closer to becoming a mermaid” so there’s also that.

Maybe you got your thighs from years of dance and other activities in which you constantly were doing exercises to make your legs stronger… or maybe you were ~born with it~ … Whatever the case, you’ve got dem thighs.

Here are 10 struggles every lady with thick thighs probably understands:

1. Your pants always fall down so by default, you hate pants. You need to buy a size that fits your thighs which means the pants will be way too big everywhere else, and you’ll end up pulling them up alllll day long. Not even a belt can save you.

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2. Rompers? Nahhhh. Those are obviously just for tall people with lanky legs.

3. Wearing shorts. Just the act of wearing shorts in general is terrifying to you. In order to find shorts that actually fit around your thighs without cutting off your circulation, you have to go up a size, which is just not okay. Same goes for spandex shorts… or soffee shorts. Soffee shorts were okay though because they left room for your thighs to breathe as long as, again, you went a size up. Thank god for the invention of high wasted yoga pants.

4. Chaffing. A thigh gap was never in the cards for you so your thighs tough each other when in shorts or a dress… and they chaff. They chaff so bad. Just thinking about the rash that will appear on your inner thighs when summer rolls around makes you cringe. Help.

5. Running. Due to chaffing and the constant slapping of your thighs against one another, running can get real annoying real fast.

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6. You often find yourself comparing your thighs to thighs of the opposite sex. And when a guy has smaller thighs than you (which is pretty standard), you immediately want to curl up in a ball and lose three pounds.

7. Bikinis. Even if the rest of your body is tiny and fit, exposing your bare thighs to the world is still your nightmare. And finding the perfect bottoms? It’s not easy. It’s actually the worst.

8. The “Hot Dogs or Legs” Game. Your thighs will never look like hot dogs, no matter what Instagram filter you use. Turkey sausage on the other hand…

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9. Crossing your legs. The bigger the thighs, the harder it is to cross your legs. This the ultimate big thigh struggle. Even if you CAN cross your legs, chances are it’s not comfortable. The real struggle: when you want to cross your legs but there is a surface (for example: a table) stopping you from doing so because you need to lift your leg higher than that surface. Also, deciding what to do with your legs at a job interview. Or any time you’re wearing a dress. The struggle is real people. Don’t be embarrassed 🙂

10. Waiting for thighs to have their moment. Big butts had a moment. Big boobs had a moment. Even big arms had a moment (strong is better than skinny!). Now what about big thighs?! When are they going to have a moment?

Samantha Matt

Hi I’m Sam. I made this website in 2011 and it’s still going. I like pizza, French fries, barre class, spinning, more pizza, more French fries, and clothes. I have a serious shopping problem. Writing is fun. Follow me on the twitter - @samanthamatt1.

12 Comments
  1. Not sure if all of you big thigh girls have this too, but this is what I find annoying – when you sit down on a table with other people, you are taller than everyone because your thighs make an extra 5 inch cushion on the chair. :S

  2. Funny post. Strangely, my husband has very large thighs from playing hockey all his life and complains about many of these same things (well, maybe not the bikinis, dresses, and rompers, but still…). But really, thighs are due to have their moment any day now :).

    On another note, I can attest personally to the fact that rompers are definitely NOT made for tall girls (and neither are most dresses for that matter)–because the garment is never long enough for the tall person’s torso and therefore one’s “lady friends” up top are never quite covered enough while at the same time giving you a massive wedgie. Not a great look.

  3. Hey girls, even as a young, skinny guy with a 6 pack I really like big thighs! I’m not exactly sure why, but it could do with the fact that I too have big thighs (I probably got them from doing many leg workouts/sports such as: biking, motocrossing, horseback riding, running, skiing, and soccer). I don’t know, I just find them sexy, and you women should have no reason to hate them. Frankly, it’s a turn off when women don’t have them. So keep your chin high and don’t worry about what body looks like, you’re already perfect and I’m sure that there’s a long line of people who love you!

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