Sorry, my wired up wasnt meant to be a pun. It is a reference to how the mind is 'wired up'!!
In my opinion, we are all wired up to like/dislike different things!!
I can't believe the men actually succeeded this time. Over the years, there have been many bra size threads, and every time people say, "Pics or it didn't happen!" to no avail. They never got a single picture. Yet, this time, it actually worked.... What had MDA come to, anyway?
On Topic: Though I've never done cross-fit, eating primally made my bandsize decrease, but nothing else shrank. So, I went from a D to a DD. Primal Eating is expensive. Trying to find that cupsize in a 32inch bandwidth is not easy, and it's expensive! Pregnancy didn't help, either. I'm scared as to what will happen when my milk comes in. Knifegill, on the other hand, does not seem worried at all. Imagine that...
And, no, no pictures. I'm too modest, and you're not Knifegill, LOL!
As someone who briefly treaded into C cup territory, I agree more than a B cup is an annoyance. Even a B cup can be an annoyance. I really would like to be braless more often.
Female, 5'3", 49, Starting weight: 163lbs. Current weight: 135 (more or less).
Starting squat: 45lbs. Highest squat: 167.5 x 2. Current Deadlift: 190 x 3
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That is the downside....32/34 DD bras are a pain in the ass to find. Oddly enough, apparently it's a pretty common size.So, I went from a D to a DD. Primal Eating is expensive. Trying to find that cupsize in a 32inch bandwidth is not easy, and it's expensive!
I think men just like boobs in general and happy to see any size.
Women though.... my friend used to fit bras at Nordstroms and some women would cry when they thought they were 36 B and turned out to be like 34 DDD. She said women most frequently got upset if it was a bigger cup size.
Once I moved to Africa I think my body was eating itself for a little bit there and poof! C cup! Yay! Much better!
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