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According to statistics online, approximately 80% of females are wearing the [Link Removed] Bianca, my friend's niece, thought she was a 34C until she spoke with me. My quest for the right bra was not easy as it was for her.
My entire breast life, from the time my breasts began to develop to present day, I thought that picking up and stuffing was normal. It was not until about 2010 that I realized I was wrong. Prior to 2010, sales associates from Victoria's Secret and Fredericks would attempt to convince me that I was supposed to be a 32B. Boy were they wrong. A B cup made it appear as if I had four breasts instead of two, but since they were professionals, I did not question them. When one is busty, it is difficult to simply rely on measurements alone. The best method is to try the bras.
That's my all time favorite question. Typically, the conversation goes like this...
A: what are you?
B: human, hopefully same as you
A: yea but what are you?
B: a complex system of interdependent organs and organisms.
A: ha ha I mean where are you from?
B: earth. Again, hopefully same as you.
A: no, what country?
B: 100% born and bred in the USA. Made in America.
A: but I mean what's your ethnicity?
A: that's not an ethnicity.
B: the definition of ethnicity is a group of people in a geography ershi on that share the same cultural values.
A: I mean where are your parents from?
B: a d-ck and a tw-t. Same as everyone that was born naturally.
At that point, the person is confused.
To answer the question, I am an American beauty blogger, retired American model, freelance makeup artist, freelance photographer, statistician, researcher, mature beauty blogger, beauty blogger over 40, student, graduate, Asian beauty blogger, entrepreneur. Shall I continue?