If thats the case, i don;t agree with that mindset but I can definitely recognize it. Like “thick neck muscles make you look rural” in many asian countries. Strangely “thick forearms” are always prized even there.
Georgi Nikolaev wrote:
Americans seems to be fond of traps, I see. I am form fuckin’ Bulgaria, as I mentioned a lot of times in another topic. Here traps are not of much interest, and definitely not my first care. Since I’m not going to compete I am content with the way I look now, even though “trapsless”.
I might be wrong, but I think there’s some stereotyping associated with “thick necks” in Bulgaria, something like being stupid or unrefined or a peasant, the ideal look being a “pencil neck” with big arms and chest, the smart, educated city guy working out and being healthy by choice rather than genetics and lowly, menial or farm-type jobs.[/quote]