By Anonymous - 10/10/2011 22:26 - United States
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Sorry but your dad is hilarious! Also, why can't people be comfortable in their bodies? If you're 12, you should stick to the AA training bras, and if you're older, well just wait and see you might get accustomed to your boobs. And a guy that loves you will love you for you and not your cup size. Plus you don't want to disappoint the guys with your boob disappearing act, do you?
120, I was not anywhere near an AA cup when I was 12... I was already in a B cup. Some girls begin to develop early, some later and some never at all. It just happens. And 147, the "42" you're talking about is the band size of your bra, and has nothing to do with how large your breasts are.
250, it actually does make a difference. I was a 36dd but lost weight and went down to a band size 34, but my breasts were too big for the cups and went up to a DDD (I wish it wasn't so, they're a pain in the back-literally). So a 42 dd is actually a lot more cleavage than, say a 32 DD
314-think you need to find a better bra. 250 was right. The number refers to the inches around your chest cavity is, not including your breasts. The letter refers to the size of your actual breasts. DD cleavage is the same for a 44 as it is for a 34. Take it from someone who lost enough weight for it to make a difference. The rest of me got small but the boobs stayed huge! And 2 inches isnt going to change you much. it certainy wont make you gain a cup size.
gee, thanks? the band around mine I wear on the tightest setting and it's still a bit loose which is more comfortable for me. So, calling yourself or anyone a big ol' porker for being a 42 is ridiculous. admittedly I'm a bit chubby however, I see lotss of women daily who make me look tiny so it's not really an accurate statement.
Why fight about it? I've heard many people say the number is the band, the letter is the cup. I was a 42 DD, and NOT chubby. After I breast fed I didn't loose any weight and went to a 36D. Then I went to lasenza and was fitted, she told me it is the size around your breasts! So the cup and band go together with how big you are. But what does it matter? If it fits it fits!
On the upside you really helped my debate with a friend about boob size complex vs penis size complex much better for me thank you. I've been saying girls have it just as hard as guys with that, and at least you men can tuck your shame away. Lack of tits the world can see. I am average and I still have a complex. On the downside as a girl I can say aesthetically penis size matters a lot. That's ok though, aesthetically boob size matters a lot too, men are obsessed with big boobs from what I hear/see.
well clearly your dad has no taste.
Well we like boobs, because A- we don't have them And B- there is a direct connection between the human sexuality and breasts( psycological connection) And i don't have any preferences when it comes to breasts, just as long as they're natural and the girl with them is healthy, and by healthy i mean a girl that does sports.
332, I don't think he got voted down because people are homophobes, but just because they really didn't need to know that, or couldn't really relate to it... Kind of like if one of those people that gets turned on by cars (mechanophiles?) said, "Who needs a vagina? I can just have sex with an exhaust pipe." You have to keep in mind what you're implying when you say you don't like people getting voted down for talking about their unusual sexual tendencies...
"There's nothing unusual about being sexually attracted to cars. They're beautiful." Don't get me wrong, I'm not a homophobe, or anti-gay, or anything of the sort. It's just that many people are very hypocritical when it comes to stereotyping; they tend to be quite happy with some forms of it, yet they protest loudly against others. Also, when I said "unusual", I meant it in a purely mathematical/statistical sense, I wasn't saying that it is wrong. Something can be unusually good or bad, or just unusual. I would have said "uncommon", but I think it would have taken away from the meaning of my comment.