9 body types ‘girls like’, according to movie box office takings and Twitter
From Magic Mike to 30-foot tall metal cyborgs.
When Twitter user @mitchthammarath decided to share this thought, he probably didn’t expect it to get the dramatic, entertaining and rather large reaction it did.
That’s right, according to them, the money Magic Mike took in the box office indicates that the humble “dad bod” is not as desirable to girls as the ripped bodies of Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey.
However, much of the rest of the Twitterverse begs to differ and, ignoring the questionable logic that movie income hinges on specifically female attraction, have applied the novel take to some more films.
Here are nine more types of body “girls like”.
1. Big, green and burly.
shrek grossed 484 million just so we’re clear https://t.co/GmuMK2Momz— sam (@TheAccountOfSam) July 18, 2018
2. Tall, blue and capable of a record-breaking box office.
3. Bodies of interchangeable size.
ant man grossed 519 million. if you still think girls like human sized bods without the ability to run on the ceiling, keep dreamin pal. https://t.co/5jEqVUYq6e— wretchley park (@SuzeMarsupial) July 19, 2018
4. Chilled and soggy.
Titanic grossed $2,187,463,944. Girls like tiny boys who freeze to death and sink https://t.co/LhfxninB4b— Ratio Ga Ga (@stefmowords) July 19, 2018
5. A woman’s body, particularly Sigourney Weaver.
6. Capable of driving them to work.
'Transformers: The Last Knight' made $617 million. The ideal male body is a 30' tall metal cyborg https://t.co/iOq8XJqDYs— kenjac (@KenJac) July 19, 2018
7. Kevin James.
Paul Blart: 183 million https://t.co/4Z1t2W5KRP— Super Wolf Blood Tyler Huckabee (@TylerHuckabee) July 19, 2018
8. Wrinkled and covered in latex.
Big Momma's House grossed 173 million, girls love men in robust grandma disguises. https://t.co/AVJuJPCQfM— ℙ𝔸𝕋 (@PatsHoppedUp) July 19, 2018
9. Orange, furry and belonging to a generous fox.
Disney’s Robin Hood only grossed 32 million but we all know how it really is https://t.co/YQlZ53N98F— sarah griff (@griffski) July 19, 2018
What a thing Twitter is.