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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Okay, sorry dudes, if this makes you uncomfortable. I don't know why, we're talking about boobs after all.
    As a dude, boobs or talking about such has yet to make me uncomfortable. Actually, I am quite supportive of the subject.

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    Go to a specialty shop and see if you can't get your hands on a 30c (or order one from herroom, try it on, and use the free returns if it doesn't fit.) I had the same problem with a 32D/ 34C, went to a specialty bra shop and got measured as 30DD. (Vicky's is worse than useless in that regard. They will fit you into one of your sizes even if it's not right.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Actually, I am quite supportive of the subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Okay, sorry dudes, if this makes you uncomfortable. I don't know why, we're talking about boobs after all.

    Anyway, I measure as a 32B (32" underbust and 34" bust, 2" difference apparently makes a B cup), but those don't fit me. Cupless bras (sports style) either have pre-formed boob pockets that I don't fill out, or flatten me entirely. If I get a regular cup bra (which I hate, because they're always padded/stiff and I don't like feeling unnatural like that), 32 doesn't fit me. 34A is comparable, but the cup is too large. I could maybe make a 32B work if I bought/made some extenders, but either way, it requires a lot of new bras. Most of mine are 34As that I just don't fit into and the rest are really ancient cloth bras that fit me okay. My boobs recently got a tiny bit larger, but not enough to affect how I fit into commercial sizes. I can tell because two of the bras (same style) tend to drift upwards throughout the day. Teen brands/styles tend to run a little smaller, so sometimes a 34A can work out, but usually not.

    I think I'm just doomed.
    I've had success with this way of measuring. It seems to be more accurate
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    Quote Originally Posted by unsuperb View Post
    The measuring method described is how I last measured. I'll measure again tonight to make sure. I wonder, also, if I measure at something in between, if I should round up or down (for under bust measurement).

    NK, I checked out those sites. I see some styles I like. I'll check return policies and maybe try a couple. I'd like a low-cut V-neck nude bra for white dress shirts, and some V-neck or camisole styles for t-shirt wear. I wish I could wear lacey bras, but those usually aren't cut well for me.
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    Lace itches worse than wool for me. I have a lacy bra, but that's mostly for those black tank tops where I know the straps will shoe.
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    Men are more visually-oriented. Talk is fine, but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by honeybuns View Post
    About the oil spot on the shirt. I have successfully removed many oil spots, even after they have been dried, by putting Dawn dishwashing liquid on it, letting it sit for a bit then laundering it. Give it a try before you give up on your favorite shirt.
    i was going to recommend this same thing - but only the blue dawn. And it doesn't seem to matter when you use it - even if the shirt has been washed a million times, it always seems to work well for removing the stain. I've had to use it to get bacon grease stains out of my shirts more recently.

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    I don't think I'll see it until he gets it re-sized and actually presents it to me. I don't know what he's planning for that. I wouldn't think re-sizing would take long, so I hope it's soon. If he wants till Valentine's Day, I will be sad!
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