Breasts, Boobs and Tatas

I think I can attest that I am particularly knowledgeable about boobs since I’ve had a size from a training bra to nearly an E. I had to go through surgery to minimize them because of all the pain (emotional and physical) they brought to my life. So as you can see, I probably know more about hooters than Hugh Heffner.I got my first training bra in 4th grade and because of what I assume was jealousy I was harassed by the girls so much I stopped wearing it. Looking back it’s a little embarrassing thinking I probably really needed it :blush:

Then we go to middle school where I started getting teased by the boys all the time and I couldn’t dress like all the other girls. I dressed baggy and basically did everything I could to cover them up. Stupid jerk boys :pissed:

After my surgery (and losing a lot of weight) I went a little nuts getting to wear the bras and the clothes I’d always wanted to wear. I didn’t have to wear granny bras anymore and could :what: walk around without a bra on. At that point I had a size B and I just loved them! I finally wanted to show them off!

In college I gained some weight back and the boobs went up to a full C and since I’d already gotten to love my breasts I still wore the occasional tank tops to show them off. I remember walking out of a bar once and a guy yelled “Hey! Nice tits!!” and I :blush: and went out the door.

Now I’m back to the DD’s that tortured me in my past but I’ve grown to appreciate them at any size. While I can’t wear tiny tanks anymore I’ve found these really make a nice low cut black dress. A man will never really understand the enormity of these glands in our lives.

It’s insane how the sight of cleavage will cause guys to go into a daze while a fitted shirt will piss a group of girls off. The hint of cleavage in an otherwise modest outfit could get you in trouble at work but wear a turtleneck and you are a prude. Tits, you can’t live with them and you can’t wear a proper evening gown without them πŸ˜‰

12 Comments

  1. Mr. Fabulous

    February 20, 2007 at 8:36 am

    Women have breasts? I hadn’t noticed. That’s how evolved I am.

  2. Wench

    February 20, 2007 at 10:20 am

    Hmm…I seem to have the opposite problem…

    …aaaah…to have a b-cup…one of these days, I’ll buy them. πŸ˜‰

  3. Joefish

    February 20, 2007 at 1:01 pm

    The title of this post mentions all three of my most favorite things.

  4. Robin

    February 20, 2007 at 1:04 pm

    Mr. Fabulous – I need to talk to Mrs. Fabulous so she can give you a talk.

    Wench – lol

    Joefish – You are so evolved :poke:

  5. Maureen

    February 20, 2007 at 3:11 pm

    And, of course, besides being extremely powerful, especially when they collide, they make the most amazingly perfect, delicious & healthy food for our children!

  6. Jen

    February 20, 2007 at 3:13 pm

    Breasts are very powerful. Just ask President Clinton!

  7. Janet

    February 20, 2007 at 10:58 pm

    I have a friend who is just as big as you are who is pregnant with her first child. She is devastated bc her chest has gotten EVEN bigger, so much so that they have to special order her bras. Lucky for her, you really cant tell with the way she minimizes them. At the same time she’s terrified bc she heard that sometimes, after giving birth, they just dont go back.:(

  8. Mr. Fabulous

    February 21, 2007 at 4:35 am

    You forgot “funbags”.

    That is all.

  9. Hannah

    February 22, 2007 at 7:20 am

    Hey did the surgery hurt really bad? My sister used to think of getting one to help her self-esteem and her aching back…. She held back though mostly i think because she was scared of surgery and the finances.

  10. Robin

    February 22, 2007 at 7:42 am

    Hannah – it did but I have heard it’s less painful now…mine was 15 years ago. It was the BEST decision I’ve ever made though.

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