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  • Ive always taken it as a compliment! It's an old fashioned way of saying you're a desirable woman because it's assumed you can produce offspring... Kind of like virility in a man... ~shrug~

    Submitted by vvb2717 on Apr 12, 11 at 10:04am
  • how are you undressing those children with your hips?

    Submitted by SserPrun95 on Apr 12, 11 at 10:04am
  • its a compliment. my man doesnt want kids at all, and he even uses this to compliment my hour glass figure

    Submitted by donkey4u on Apr 12, 11 at 11:32am
  • Technically, it is a compliment. Just an incredibly creepy one that will always have the opposite of its intended effect.

    Submitted by arthurlux on Apr 12, 11 at 9:57am
  • Ah finally a 209. Its been a while.

    Submitted by somethingawful on Apr 12, 11 at 1:31pm
  • It's like saying a guys dick is long… it's saying nature gave a a body that can produce offspring.

    Submitted by EHSBaby on Dec 17, 11 at 6:52pm
  • If a guy or an older person said this to you, they probably did mean it as a compliment. Most men like a little chunk on the hips, I feel.

    Submitted by monicamischief on Apr 12, 11 at 11:18am
  • @Sserprun - hahaha, I see what you did there

    Submitted by Squall on Apr 12, 11 at 11:53am
  • It's a compliment! He's complimenting the curvature of your awesome hot smoking body. Just saying.

    Submitted by TheDankTank on Apr 12, 11 at 10:14am
  • Not a complement! Specially if you're under, oh idk, FORTY!

    Submitted by badass_babe on Apr 12, 11 at 4:21pm
  • I do. My boyfriend tells me that all the time. I used to hate it at first, but it really is a compliment.

    Submitted by countessmarie on Apr 12, 11 at 3:30pm
  • Oh it most definitely is! Rock them curves baby!

    Submitted by wtfisgoinon on Apr 12, 11 at 1:19pm
  • It is.

    Submitted by EclecticPandora on May 14, 11 at 11:34am
  • No. Spinners, which are petite women, can have child bearing hips as well. It just means they have petite curves...

    Submitted by 313reader on Apr 17, 11 at 11:57pm
  • Definitely is a compliment.

    Submitted by Ambz on Apr 13, 11 at 1:33pm
  • Definitely a compliment. Child bearing hips ftw.

    Submitted by JT2012 on Apr 13, 11 at 3:12pm
  • Bearing*

    Submitted by ryanjrr on Apr 12, 11 at 10:56am
  • I do

    Submitted by parsons41286 on Apr 12, 11 at 2:40pm
  • As long as your not a fattie it's a compliment.

    Submitted by captainC on Apr 12, 11 at 5:56pm
  • It is too.... Men love curvy hips!!

    Submitted by tigwelder on Apr 12, 11 at 12:34pm
  • It's a compliment....I've always liked it cause they are saying that you have the perfect curves in the perfect places!!! ;)

    Submitted by jenn1331 on Apr 12, 11 at 11:45am
  • "Child bearing hips" would MAYBE constitute a compliment. "Child baring hips" is just creepy...

    Submitted by jennofthedead on Apr 12, 11 at 6:32pm
  • @jennofthedead, i hadn't noticed the spelling error b4, now its funny. But child bearing hips are a good thing, from a guy's perspective, its part of who we be

    Submitted by inyourpants on Apr 13, 11 at 4:58am
  • Of course it is. Hips are curves and guys dig a curvy chick.

    Submitted by eatmeandlikeit on Apr 13, 11 at 2:26pm
  • That's why guys think hips on a female are attractive (according to a show I watched on what makes male and femal attracted to each other). Now saying, "wow your child bearing hips are attractive", uh not sure that's the best way to compliment.

    Submitted by speedway on Apr 13, 11 at 1:18am
  • It's a compliment if you like being seen in his eyes as a big girl. You will never hear that comment being made to a spinner.

    Submitted by sniped17 on Apr 14, 11 at 2:16pm
  • @ badass babe: it is a complement if you're over 15...which is about how old I assume you are...

    Submitted by cgilbert86 on Apr 12, 11 at 4:36pm
    • agreed.. and it's a *compliment badass_babe... you couldn't gather that from everyone else typing it?

      Submitted by 2LandBack on Apr 12, 11 at 5:42pm
  • I've also received that 'compliment' and was unsure how to feel about it

    Submitted by draconisnoire43 on Apr 12, 11 at 4:01pm