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Z Is For Zaftig

Zaftig.
Maybe not a word you are familiar with.
It means to be voluptuous or pleasantly plump.
Like every woman in my family, except me.
I don't have a problem with it, but my mother does. She has gotten so tired of being zaftig, she is getting a Gastronal Bypass Surgery.

Honestly, I will miss the hugs. She currently gives the best ones. Will they change as she gets smaller?
Can men be zaftig?????


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  1. zaftig, huh? Can't say I'd like to be described as that either....but I am on my way :-(
    Thanks for posting a new word for me to learn.

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  2. Hi Freda,
    Never heard that word before, but I'm one of those zaftig people. Thanks for sharing a new word. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/04/to-z-blogging-challenge-z.html

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  3. That's a new word for me too. If I were zaftig, I wouldn't want to be called it.

    www.mybitsandbleeps.wordpress.com

    @MyBitsandBleeps

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  4. A new word and I love your definition. No, I don't believe men can be considered voluptous, women have a monopoly on that delicious word.

    Congratulations on completing the A to Z Challenge. It was quite a ride.

    My Z is for ... Zetsudai no doryoku osuru

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  5. I love new words. Definitely not a word to describe me.

    Congrats on completing the challenge.

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  6. That's a new word for me. I'm not sure if I's a compliment or not, though.

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  7. Never heard that term.

    Thanks for being a part of this year's Challenge. I especially appreciate the comments you left on my posts.


    Don't forget to pick up your Winner's Badge at my site.
    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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  8. Have heard of the word

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