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  • Big Bosom, Is it a blessing? or a Curse?

    17 posts, 17 voices, 8821 views, started Mar 1, 2010

    Posted on Monday, March 1, 2010 by Yana Berlin




    • Diamond
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      Not sure what happened but my daughters are not adorned with big bosom and for some reason they always wanted one, and it was my fault that they didn’t have them.  (Silly girls)

      Every time they come across someone with a "BUST", I get a picture, (Like I can fix their problem magically)  

      Here is one of Mariah Carey stuffed in a tight dress. I'm so tired of telling my girls that big bosom is nothing but trouble, but they don't seem to listen.

      Maybe your responses will help?  Or am I the only one thinking so?





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          Medusa wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I’m a 36C and I’m desperate.  I hate to have big boobs.  I cannot find cute clothes, because the ones that are cute make me look like a hooker.  I can’t use blouses with buttons (the bra always shows) and can’t even do exercise well (they keep bumping everywhere)..  I wish I was a couple of cups smaller.



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          Max0125 wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • The media is good at portraying women who are well endowed as sexy. However, if you ask any guy, they generally will say that they like boobs in all sizes, big or small. It is the personality of the woman that attracts them and keeps them interested.

          I was the opposite of your girls. I hated having big boobs. I was an early bloomer and got my first training bra at age 9!

          Here are my top reasons why I didn’t like living with excess boobage:

          1. Certain men (usually ones who were perverted and gross)would gawk and talk at my chest. I actually believe they thought my boobs talked!

          2. They were heavy- especially around “that time” of the month.

          3. Because they were heavy, gravity set in and they began to serioulsy droop in my late 20’s.

          4. They restricted my movement. Any activity or aerobics class that would included jumping around required seriously ugly support bras.

          5. Pretty bras are hard to find when you are exceptionally large.

          6. Back, neck and shoulder pain along with headaches became a daily event.

          7 When you get older, you always have to wear a bra or a supportive garment.

          8. I had a hard time finding shirts that looked good, especially for work.

          I could go on, but I think that you get the picture. I was lucky though that I qualified for a breast reduction- after much pleading with my insurance company! Now I have do not have any problem finding cute clothes to wear and I can walk around my house with very little support. The best part is now I can participate in activities that I used to avoid and no longer have back, shoulder or neck issues.

          Hope this helps your girls to see that the grass is not always greener on the other side of the fence.



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          Angelcart wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I would hate to have large boobs!



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          Tgrebel wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I am a 36DD, and my daughter is a 34DD.  She is only 17.  She hates it!!!! Cannot wear all the cute clothes, hard to find things that fit right.   I too would prefer to be smaller.  Cannot wear a button up shirt, have to layer everything so I can leave the shirt partially unbuttoned.  I am sure there is a happy medium somewhere.



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          Karyn Olson wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • It really wouldn’t matter to me...I was small to begin with but after I had my girls they never went away...they were well proportioned for my body and must say that I felt good about it...now a days... it still doesn’t matter...I have never had any of the problems listed above...but I do notice that when I lose a few pounds they seem to be the first to go...and that is what is happening...but like I said...it doesn’t matter whichever way...big or small...I am still me.



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          Vikki Hall wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • Ok I am a 38DD and there are advantages to being big breasted......

          IF you‘re a stripper and your income is dependent
          IF you star in porn flicks and your income is dependent
          IF you don’t care if people don’t look you in the eye when chatting
          IF you don’t care to be reduced to only a great set of jugs (yes that has been said to me)
          IF you don’t mind popping off all your buttons
          IF you don’t mind not wearing blouses
          IF you don’t mind having back problems
          IF you don’t mind struggling to find clothes to fit the full grown twins without looking pregnant
          IF you don’t mind spending more money for good support
          IF you don’t like to ever sleep comfortably on your stomach
          IF you don’t ever want to try BLONDE coloring because the jokes are doubly worse

          Now on the flip side I have heard that bigger breasted women have an easier time with getting a mammo..... woohooo!



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          Mztracy wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • i loved my 36 D’s.
          but since kids and illness up to a DD.
          I would love a C cup...one day!tongue out



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          Kandykahne 5 wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I pretty much agree with everything Max said and I’ll add trying to find a bathing suit is a nightmare! I can’t buy anything that comes in like a suit or a two piece outfit as the top needs to be bigger and the bottoms smaller.



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          Divaoutloud wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • As a 36DD I know the challenges of big boobs. Can’t find a blouse that fits, etc... and so on. I think smaller is better.heartbreak



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          Tuliplady wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I have a daughter who is cursed with 42DD.  They’d probably be a little smaller if she could loose some weight.  She’s 22, works as a bookkeeper and cannot find decent professional clothes to fit her.  On her budget, she has trouble finding bras that support her.   She’s got a monthly chiropractor bill due to back and neck problems.

          Yana, I’m sure if my daughter could talk to yours, she’d say “You don’t know how LUCKY you are!”



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          Bresue wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I am a 36F, which is quite painful on the shoulders, back and neck. Being short doesn’t help matters either, and after losing 20 lbs, they didn’t even shrink at all.  Unfortunately, my poor daughter is in the same boat as me. Being large breasted is NOT glamorous! Someday, I hope to be a 34B/C, I know I would feel so much better and I would no longer have to shop at Fredricks of Hollywood for my bra’s.



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          Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I don’t like having large breasts either. I don’t like the way my clothes fit, I don’t like being stared at, I can’t wear a lot of really cute styles and I have to be careful what I wear so as not to look cheap. It’s a hassle.



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          Carole Cornell wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • I totally agree with the above!  I am a short, big breasted woman.  It is hard to get clothes that flatter.  And even after losing a considerable amount of weight, my top half still looks too big.  

          I hope one day to get a reduction.  I’m pretty sure I will look sexier with more proportionate bewbies!



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          Marrittad wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • With 38DD’s, just seems to make your body look larger than you really are at times depending on the outfit. Also, I don’t like the fact that I can’t run without some kind of pain.



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          Daisy Shkolnik wrote Mar 1, 2010
        • Of course I wanted the Mariah too, but I must say I have enough (kind of) to make me happy(practically a full 34B)!...and when I need them a bit bigger, I can count on Victoria’s Secret Plunge Maxiumum..makes me look like I have DD and I am not complaining!



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