Originally Posted by Fat TPO3
Can somebody explain the difference between the two of these? I kind of get it, but...not completely.
It's kind of exactly what it sounds like. The main difference between the two is that bulky offense uses a lot of pokes that have a lot of power "out of the box" or after a single boost who also happen to have a lot of bulk to take neutral (and in some cases super effective) hits well, prolonging their presence as a threat through sheer defensive and offensive power. This would include things like Zapdos, Snorlax, Slowbro, Rhyperior, and Roserade.
Standard Offense revolves more around having a solid offensive core of pokemon that can switch in on each other's weaknesses, taking out each other's counters and checks to open up opportunities for sweeps. This type of team would include pokes like choice Chandy, Zoroark, Heracross, Mienshao, and Sharpedo.