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 Living With Breasts That Can Be Seen From Orbit
Living With Breasts That Can Be Seen From Orbit
I was consistently mistaken for old enough to drink — and occasionally asked out by older dudes who had no idea how creepy they were actually being — from age fourteen on. By my junior year of high school, I was wearing a 36DD. And they just kept getting bigger. picked by Bornbad 7 months ago
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 Brittni
7 months ago
"While we're talking about pain, can we all just get together and chant the mantra for well-endowed women: f**k jogging."
OVATION!!

Holy hell, I know just what she means. I've put on a bit of weight now, but even when I was MUCH smaller and still sporting way mo' than a handful I hated jogging. Your breasts bounce up high, then head in the opposite direction and reach crush depth and pull like you would not believe. Hurts, makes 'em sore, all of it.
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 cmgoings
7 months ago
« Brittni : OVATION!!

Holy hell, I know just what she means. I've put on a bit of weight now, but even when I was MUCH smaller and still sporting way mo' than a handful I hated jogging. Your breasts bounce up high, then head in the opposite direction and reach crush depth and pull like you would not believe. Hurts, makes 'em sore, all of it.
Sing it sister! I was wearing a D cup by the time I was in Jr. High and the running days in gym were the worst. I still have to be careful not to speed walk in the wrong bra or there will be some pain.

Like the author I've looked into breast reductions (thanks to a birth defect I already had back problems before my boobs got to pumpkin size) but after reading how it is done, I don't think I could ever go through with it. It's so invasive, there can be so many complications, and the scaring looks really bad, I still have minor scars from 8 years ago that have never really faded.
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 brittni
7 months ago
« cmgoings : Sing it sister! I was wearing a D cup by the time I was in Jr. High and the running days in gym were the worst. I still have to be careful not to speed walk in the wrong bra or there will be some pain.

Like the author I've looked into breast reductions (thanks to a birth defect I already had back problems before my boobs got to pumpkin size) but after reading how it is done, I don't think I could ever go through with it. It's so invasive, there can be so many complications, and the scaring looks really bad, I still have minor scars from 8 years ago that have never really faded.
I looked into reduction, too. My mom had talked about it and I threatened it when they'd get sore and grow. Then we both watched the actual surgery one night on tv.

The thought evaporated soon after.

I decided my boobs deserve better. Oww....
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 SkyHawkM...
7 months ago
O_o
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 jhordie
7 months ago
My step-sister, who is a year younger than me, was quite well endowed by the time she was in junior high.

I was not, and was always envious.

She went through boyfriends like corn through a goose, but knew why they wanted to go out with her in the first place. I was lucky to even get a guy to look at me in high school.

I think it was her senior year in high school, or right after graduation, she got a breast reduction surgery.

She went down to a B cup, which is what I am. I couldn't believe it.

I guess it's true, you always want what you don't have.
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