Arnold Schwarzenegger Once Explained He Had No Problem Banging Doughy Gals

Arnold Schwarzenegger, romancer of housekeepers, has never been deterred by a potential conquest’s physical attributes. At least that’s what he told an interviewer years ago while promoting the bodybuilding documentary “Pumping Iron.”

As TSG first noted during Schwarzenegger’s initial gubernatorial campaign, he spoke freely to Oui magazine in 1977 about orgies, drugs, penis size, and the “fag business.”

He also explained that he did not feel "exploited" by women who pursued him because of his rippling muscles, saying that, “I'd feel used only if I didn't get something out of it. If a girl comes on strong and says, 'I really dig your body and I want to fuck the shit out of you,' I just decide whether or not I like her. If I do take her home, I try to make sure I get just as much out of it as she does. The word exploited therefore wouldn't apply."

As for a partner’s physique, Schwarzenegger explained that some extra padding was not a dealbreaker. “I can look at a chick who's a little out of shape and if she turns me on, I won't hesitate to date her,” he said. “If she's a good fuck, she can weigh 150 pounds, I don't care."

Comments (36)

Don't worry about it. Mo Ma in fact reads TSG from the local special ed library. She wouldn't know a fact if it jumped up and down on the worlds biggest trampoline with a sign saying 'look at me, I'm a fact' while shouting the same into a microphone connected to the worlds most powerful PA system.
Dexter the JackA$$...I told your dumb A$$ many times that Mo Ma" is a Chinese's man name. Go back into your gay bar, grease up your lips and make money for your pimp daddy.
I believe you mean "a Chinese mans' name". You see, the important thing with punctuation would be the location of the particular punctuation marks. "Chinese's" would indicate that there are multiple Chinas, which there obviously aren't. Critically, the apostrophe (that's this thing > ' ) indicates possession. For example, "man's" would indicate a shortening of "man is" or "man has", where as "mans'" indicates 'belonging to the man', in this case you. Go back to school, learn the language and don't come back until you understand the intricacies of punctuation and grammar, for your childrens' sake (you see the apostrophe is at the end of children indicating that it is their 'sake' (not the drink)).
150lbs?!?!!? GROSS!!!
You must like 95 lb. white chicks with an A cup and no ass. Outside Paris Hilton, those string beans are hard to come by.
Wow, you're naive and need to get out more.