fwiw = for what it's worth
yeah you are
I mean there's so many ants in my eyes! And there are so many TVs, microwaves, radios... I think, I can't, I'm not 100% sure what we have here in stock.. I don't know because I can't see anything! Our prices, I hope, aren't too low!
I can't see a problem for smaller breasted gals going braless, but for myelf (sporting a 34H, which is not as glamorous as most people seem to think) I can't go without if I'm doing any sort of activity. For lounging around the house I go without, but since my main activity is horse back riding and involving a lot of trotting and cantering, just.. no. Just no. Not only does it look rediculous to be bouncing enough to knock myself out, even a loose bra that allows some bounce is painful to bounce in, so I actually double sports bra when I ride, and sometimes when I run, too.
Edit: I've seen articles about going braless, too. That hoisting the chest in a bra means the supportive ligaments in the breast tissue gets weak from not being used and then actually makes later sagginess even worse. But I guess if you use common sense and support them when needed or for important public get togethers (showing up braless at a wedding or a funeral would be incredibly frowned upon, of course) then there probably isn't much of an issue. Or at least if you can get away with it, a tank top with a shelf bra or something in it.
Last edited by Ailvayn; 06-17-2012 at 08:36 PM.
I had an aunt who never wore a bra in her life, only men's undershirts. Come to think, she never wore any womens' clothing nor did she ever marry or have a boyfriend ... hmmmm, you don't suppose ... ? LOL! No one in my (massively biggoted and uptight) family ever uttered the disgraceful 'L' word but I reckon that's what it was. I was too young to understand and she was my favorite relative. Anywho, she died of breast cancer and I guarandamntee it wasn't bra-caused.