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  • #16
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    OTB, a lot of guys have that reaction but honestly... I know women who have done both (not both surgeries on the same woman, but you know what i mean) and for the reduction ladies it comes down to issues of pain, comfort, and confidence... for the augmentation ladies (nothing crazy - going up to about a C cup) it's typically an issue of feeling unfeminine (no breasts at all or "mosquito bite" breasts).


    And everyone I know who has had a breast surgery has come out feeling much better (and in the case of reductions, much more physically comfortable) AND more confident.


    And in my opinion, confidence and comfort-with-self is way more sexy than "huge melons" any day.


    Sorry to threadjack.

    Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.

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    • #17
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      Great threadjack, ha ha! Always a fine topic.


      I completely understand all that you say. And it is too bad that so many women who get the augment seem to think, "Well, while you are in there....."


      My oldest daughter, like her mother, lost whatever was there after nursing. So she had the job, and they are just healthy, not overdone.


      Funny story: Two years ago she got her second BS. After the graduation ceremonies, grads and families are meeting up in the Houston auditorium lobby. S-I-L is videoing Rachel coming back from the robe return room. Only after looking at it later, do we see, not one, but two guys practically breaking their necks snapping their heads to look at her!


      Thirty eight then, and six feet tall. No wonder men notice!

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      • #18
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        Sadly, with a lot of the muscles you're worried about, the shape is going to be largely congenital. Calf and glut sizes are largely determined by the particular insertion point of the tendons on those muscles. Small differences in insertion point yield different mechanical advantage that cause large or small ass/calves respectively. Pretty difficult to really change the size.

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        • #19
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          OnTheBayou,


          Your daughter sounds like a stunner. Where did women get the idea that we have to be in our 20's to be beautiful?

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          • #20
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            Well, kuno, there certainly is a biological imperative. You know, best ages for breeding, and hence, men's natural inclinations towards young women of that breeding age. The media, with it's emphasis on perfection and superficiality doesn't help.


            And let's face it, primitive and peasant women by age forty are, um, less than attractive. Twenty, thirty years of childbearing and field work does not a stunner make. But modern Western life has been a blessing to women for many reasons and women don't wear out like they did, or still do elsewhere.


            For at least thirty years I have found some lines by the eyes very attractive. It tells me that this woman isn't just some kid, and I stand to benefit, if you catch the drift.


            And at the risk of over mentioning, my gf is 61 and just naturally beautiful. She knows that she lucked out in the gene contest and is humble and appreciative of her looks. I consider myself so lucky, I hit a jackpot as we go into that sunset.....

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            • #21
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              Well-played, OTB!

              For my part, I am the older of the two in my relationship, but my Boy could not care less....

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              • #22
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                Here&#39;s where I know the universe has a wacked sense of humor--I&#39;m <A cup and it&#39;s one of the FIRST places I lose fat. But what I lack in boobage I am overcompsensated in butt, thighs and calves. Yep, got the cankles, short stature, allergies, bad eyesight and thinning hair from Dad&#39;s side. From Mom&#39;s side I got the slow metabolism. But on both sides, regardless of what they eat (lots of salt, white rice and MSG) and whether they get any exercise (not much in most cases), almost everyone makes in into their 90&#39;s, living independently and with most of their marbles intact--so for that I think I did hit the genetic jackpot and I&#39;ll just live with the cankles and thank the heavens for lycra boot-cut jeans.

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                • #23
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                  Good attitude, MightMite! I&#39;m sure you didn&#39;t come to that in puberty.....

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                  • #24
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                    Oh, you got that right! I was into competitive gymnastics in my teens so we were all living on <1000 calories a day. But the worst was trying to make weight when I was kick boxing. Between the dieting, diuretics and other drugs (ephedra stackers mostly), it was a wonder I could even stand up to fight. I almost failed a "health check" at a tournament in Taiwan when they couldn&#39;t pick up a pulse in my wrist. Traveling to international tournaments was like doing an IF, but with no liquids allowed either--brutal!

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                    • #25
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                      Maybe someday we&#39;ll protect our young athletes like we protect, oh, cats and dogs or veal calves.

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                      • #26
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                        OTB, when you mentioned your daughter, I was reminded of one of my best friends in high school. She was a six-footer and the waistband of her jeans was at about my armpit level. We looked like a Q-Tip and a marble walking between classes. And somehow through random assignment, she always got the lowest level locker (back in the Dark Ages of HS when they actually had lockers) and I always got a top one, so we always swapped. So, back to your post #6, there certainly is an astounding amount of variety in human form and face.

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                        • #27
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                          Kuno, you&#39;ll appreciate this one: My mother was born in March 1917, my father in October. So, for those seven months, like now, she used to refer to him as her toyboy with a grin. LOL.


                          Dad may see his 92nd, he&#39;s in hospice care at home. I live with them, take care of them. Dozens of times a day he professes his love for her.


                          Is that cute or what? (And it sure as hell beats, "Shut up bitch" or wherever some people at that time of life are.)


                          One of my daughter&#39;s hubby is closer to me in age than to her. Should I be his F-I-L or his peer? Ha ha, he&#39;s great, all of my daughter&#39;s hubbies are. Even the ultra right winger fundamentalist is a man I can respect.


                          Talk about threadjacking!

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                          • #28
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                            OTB,


                            That is SO sweet!

                            For my part, I am just delighted that I have finally found a mate with more testosterone that I have.


                            He loves that I am audacious, and I love that he is semi-domesticated, but arguably incorrigable ;-)


                            He loves me, but does not fear me. Match made in Heaven. I am SO blessed.


                            I trust that 50 years from now, we will both be kicking ass- seperately, and together.


                            <what was this thread supposed to be about?>

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                            • #29
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                              This thread makes me wonder how much weight I carry in my breasts. I wear a 36h (that&#39;s a 35 inch ribcage with a 43 inch bustline) and even though I&#39;ve lost 25 pounds, I still have a 43 inch bust. Not even a quarter inch off. I wear XL shirts and size 14 pants because of it, and my dr told me that I&#39;m of an unusually high breast tissue density, so mine weight more than normal. Certainly it explains how I weigh just under 200, but no one guesses so high. I also have a very muscular lower body. My sister used to call me thunder thighs growing up, and I was skinny until college. I&#39;m 5&#39;7" and graduated high school at 120. Oh, and as for the muscle shape thing- my calves drive me nuts. They are so big that I can&#39;t find boots that fit. They&#39;ll zip up to my ankles, but not make it over my calves.

                              So definetly, body shape is hugely variable. I&#39;d trade some of mine for some of another&#39;s though. Like my sisters&#39;s and brother&#39;s ability to eat whatever they want and stay skinny. That would be nice. And another irony: it looks like I&#39;ll need a reduction, and my sister had implants- but we&#39;re fully blood related. Even the same parents can give you totally different shapes.

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                              • #30
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                                lady, that&#39;s hilarious! I was also nicknamed "thunder thighs" by my entire soccer team in high school.

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