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#193500 06/03/05 10:52 PM
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You can feed quite a few hungry people for the price of implants. My daughter's scout leader got them and her nipples ended up crooked. My sisters friend got them (her stepdad paid for them) and a few years later her breasts could not resist the pull of gravity but the implants stayed put. That looked strange. I love my 34A's and my husband has never complained.

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#193501 06/04/05 05:13 PM
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Firefly,
I have seen pictures on the net about stuff like this wile doing research for my article about breast "enhancement' (notice I out that word in quotes LOL) I think the only surgery that I would have done to my breasts is a lift because I have breastfed 2 kids (1 for a little over a year and my 2 year old just weaned herself) and for some reason, the women in my family who breastfeed get the droppy breast thing going on. The implant surgery just seems like to big of a risk to me. Putting a foreign object in your body like that is just to unnatural to me.


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#193502 06/05/05 10:50 PM
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Victoria's Secret is the only place I fit a 36A. Every else I wear a 34A. At first, I thought "allright! My boobs have grown for no reason, and my hips and stomach have not". I thought for a moment, and realized they must size their bras differently, thus giving us the opportunity to brag about our larger bra size, and be telling the truth. If I told any of my friends I wore a 36A, they would look me in the eye, look me in the chest, and laugh. Anyway, VS carries 36A. I am not sure about 38A.

#193503 10/26/05 08:45 AM
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I'm an A-cup girl from a family of C and D-cup women. My mom had the pleasure of two teenage daughters trying to shop for clothes, one complaining nothing fit her as she was so flat-chested and the other complaining her boobs were too big for everything. Either way, my sister and I both wore a lot of baggy sweaters.

Over time, I've learned that there is such a thing as "perfect mouthfuls" and I've got 'em. As I get older, more and more women tell me they are envious of my smaller breasts.


Ahh... Yeah, the whole shopping for clothes dealy... so not cool....
I'm a decent sized girl. Little chubby, according to the Body Mass Indicator scale, and I'm not as healthy as I could be. For the most part, though, I love me. I'll always have that lower belly pouch, and the hips that seem to make Deanna Troi's from Star Trek seem small, but ya know what, I like 'em <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
My breasts though are too big for my liking. I'm a D cup, on a 5'3''/ 145lbs frame. They're too big for me. I find they don't do anything to make my waist look smaller, they just make me feel like a milk cow. =\ They're too big for anything to fit right, and the clothes that do fit 'em make me look 10lbs heavier. I'm 2 steps from considering just ducttaping them down =\

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#193504 10/27/05 11:16 AM
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I�ve been around for a few years now, (54), and I�ve seen trends come and go, concerning the �to die for� perfect breast size. I still recall dear Twiggy�s appearance, on the fashion scene, in the �sixties. Gone, then, was the busty look so popular in the �fifties. How go the fashion, film, television, and magazine images projected to the masses, so goes the prevailing �look�, for the general public.

Cosmetic surgery has become BIG business. Engineered marketing, aided by celebrities admitting to having this or that enhancing procedure done, led to the average Jane Doe realizing she too, could have the present �look�. Why it was simply a matter of whipping out the old credit card, and voila! Big breasts in? She had them! The new season�s fashions designed for the less busty? Simple, minimize those boobies! Mature woman suffering from the �droops�? Well, get those puppies lifted! Want to get rid of extra fat, showing up on various body parts? Forget a healthy diet, forget ghastly exercise�merely pop in to your local cosmetic surgeon, and have it all sucked out! Gather together a group of teenage girls, ask them what is their one heart�s desire, and I�d bet the majority would answer some sort of cosmetic surgery enhancement.

In my early teens, I once admitted to an Aunt that I wished I was a bit heavier, top-side. I remember her shaking her head in the negative, and stating, �Oh, hon, no! Why, don�t you realize, you�re built to last!� Thanks to that statement, I happily accepted my individual �look�. And now, in my more mature years, I am mightily grateful for my breast size.

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#193505 02/02/06 09:31 AM
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I guess no-one's ever happy with what they've got are they! I have very large breasts which cause so many problems for me. I so envy those of you who complain yours are too small. I can't wear any tops other than big baggy ones and even they don't hide my chest. It's as though I stand behind them as everyone looks at them before me and they are so prominent there's nothing I can do about it.

I guess we all have to live with what we've given.

#193506 09/25/06 02:33 AM
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Your aunt was wise.

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LOL, Jeanette Norman, about the Wildendorf Goddess t-shirt you mentioned! On a similar note - I hosted a Body Image tele-call in early Sept. and told my listeners that when I hear the phrase "body image" I always think of that saying: "I am in shape - round is a shape!".

Now I'm heading to Parthena's dream site, which I hadn't known existed - can't wait to see it!


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