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Old 11-11-2013, 07:51 PM
 
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I have a friend who's a DD cup who's a size 2.... Not all women who have big breasts are big girls. I'm a size 6 sometimes 8 if it's tailored for short people and a b cup. My other friends are a C and A cup and they're a size 4 and 6 respectively.

Breasts size has nothing to do with size or being curvy IMO.
Agree...I'm short 5'4 size 4 and a C..Breasts are very sensitive to weight changes. "When you gain weight, fat tends to go to your female parts first, like your breasts. ""They're also one of the first places most women lose weight from when they diet." The thinner and heavier you get, the thinner and heavier your boobs will be, and the more droopy you'll be.
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:13 PM
 
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Agree...I'm short 5'4 size 4 and a C..Breasts are very sensitive to weight changes. "When you gain weight, fat tends to go to your female parts first, like your breasts. ""They're also one of the first places most women lose weight from when they diet." The thinner and heavier you get, the thinner and heavier your boobs will be, and the more droopy you'll be.
My breasts actually got perkier when I went from an A to B.

And my friend was 84 lbs and a C cup now they're a DD cup and she's 100 lbs they just look like they're implants more still perky just bigger.

Same with my sister.

I think they droop due to age not size.

In my adult years I've gaine weight and my boobs have actually stayed the same sadly. I wish it was as easy as gaining weight. I've even been pregnant before(but lost it) and still no growth.
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:21 PM
 
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My breasts actually got perkier when I went from an A to B.

And my friend was 84 lbs and a C cup now they're a DD cup and she's 100 lbs they just look like they're implants more still perky just bigger.

Same with my sister.

I think they droop due to age not size.

In my adult years I've gaine weight and my boobs have actually stayed the same sadly. I wish it was as easy as gaining weight. I've even been pregnant before(but lost it) and still no growth.

Sorry for your lost! I'm 50 my breasts have changed throughout, I started out as a small B became a C after 3 children..Yes age does change things as well.... I rather be smaller, I enjoyed going bra-less myself ...
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:46 PM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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Agree...I'm short 5'4 size 4 and a C..Breasts are very sensitive to weight changes. "When you gain weight, fat tends to go to your female parts first, like your breasts. ""They're also one of the first places most women lose weight from when they diet." The thinner and heavier you get, the thinner and heavier your boobs will be, and the more droopy you'll be.
Not exactly. It depends in your body and breasts. I have a size 3 friend who is a 32dd (or probably a 28f or g). She doesn't necessarily gain in her breasts.

I also don't gain in my breasts. I only gain in the rib cage. So I went from a 36g or so to a 32hh when I lost weight. I lost no volume at all. My breasts are "dense tissue." Other women do actually gain volume and around the rib age. It all depends on how your body decided to store weight.


I am on my phone, please forgive the typos.
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:51 PM
 
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Not exactly. It depends in your body and breasts. I have a size 3 friend who is a 32dd (or probably a 28f or g). She doesn't necessarily gain in her breasts.

I also don't gain in my breasts. I only gain in the rib cage. So I went from a 36g or so to a 32hh when I lost weight. I lost no volume at all. My breasts are "dense tissue." Other women do actually gain volume and around the rib age. It all depends on how your body decided to store weight.


I am on my phone, please forgive the typos.
All I know is my cup size change after kids, chest size stay the same , I did nursed all three...But I'm still 34-27-34 ..That what I been since age 16....Go figure...
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:51 PM
 
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I have a friend who's a DD cup who's a size 2.... Not all women who have big breasts are big girls. I'm a size 6 sometimes 8 if it's tailored for short people and a b cup. My other friends are a C and A cup and they're a size 4 and 6 respectively.

Breasts size has nothing to do with size or being curvy IMO.
You may have a point there. I think you may be correct, now that I think of it.

But consider this woman in this picture. She does not look overweight, but she is curvy. The hips. Duchamp Girl has a similar body. Wide hips. But redhead.


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Old 11-12-2013, 12:01 AM
 
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I am a girl but I am a serious minority here. I think America has become far too okay with overweight women. I personally believe a thin figure shows health and dedication and respect for oneself, and the person is likely to have put time and effort into looking good. That picture posted? I definitely pick #2 and as does my dad, #3 was dead last to both of us. He is obviously straight, he has been married for 18 years to my mom who is a pretty, slim woman. My measurements are 32-25-35 and my weight is 115 at 5'5" and I'm actually working on eating very healthy and exercising more to hopefully get my waist down to 24 inches and my thighs down some, and my weight down to 105. Honestly most guys who are attracted to me like girls skinnier than I am. I think it's quite possible that many agree with these opinions but are afraid to say anything because you all cry 'anorexia' at a bmi of 20 or less when in reality 17.9 and below is 'at risk' and can still occur naturally. Plus size models are lazy. They want to sell their face but sit around all day instead of building muscle tone and burning off the fat. They choose to be mediocre. The worst part is that so many have absolutely gorgeous faces but what a shame it is that they treat their bodies like trash cans.

*edit* that most recent girl does too look overweight, you can see it in her face arms waist and what you can see of her legs as well.
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Old 11-12-2013, 12:17 AM
 
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I am a girl but I am a serious minority here. I think America has become far too okay with overweight women. I personally believe a thin figure shows health and dedication and respect for oneself, and the person is likely to have put time and effort into looking good. That picture posted? I definitely pick #2 and as does my dad, #3 was dead last to both of us. He is obviously straight, he has been married for 18 years to my mom who is a pretty, slim woman. My measurements are 32-25-35 and my weight is 115 at 5'5" and I'm actually working on eating very healthy and exercising more to hopefully get my waist down to 24 inches and my thighs down some, and my weight down to 105. Honestly most guys who are attracted to me like girls skinnier than I am. I think it's quite possible that many agree with these opinions but are afraid to say anything because you all cry 'anorexia' at a bmi of 20 or less when in reality 17.9 and below is 'at risk' and can still occur naturally. Plus size models are lazy. They want to sell their face but sit around all day instead of building muscle tone and burning off the fat. They choose to be mediocre. The worst part is that so many have absolutely gorgeous faces but what a shame it is that they treat their bodies like trash cans.

*edit* that most recent girl does too look overweight, you can see it in her face arms waist and what you can see of her legs as well.

I been able to maintain my weight throughout the years eating organic foods straight across the board, meats, veggies , fruits etc! We grown, raise our own or buy from our local organic framers, we gave up soda pop 29 years ago and fast foods/ processed foods as well 20 years ago.I workout 5 days a week, with weights and run at least 30 min a day, I have no health issues still have all my parts and take no medications ...I don't believe in diets, they don't work the body needs real foods, real foods fill you up and your satisfied as well... I feel 20's still....
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Old 11-12-2013, 12:34 AM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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I am a girl but I am a serious minority here. I think America has become far too okay with overweight women. I personally believe a thin figure shows health and dedication and respect for oneself, and the person is likely to have put time and effort into looking good. That picture posted? I definitely pick #2 and as does my dad, #3 was dead last to both of us. He is obviously straight, he has been married for 18 years to my mom who is a pretty, slim woman. My measurements are 32-25-35 and my weight is 115 at 5'5" and I'm actually working on eating very healthy and exercising more to hopefully get my waist down to 24 inches and my thighs down some, and my weight down to 105. Honestly most guys who are attracted to me like girls skinnier than I am. I think it's quite possible that many agree with these opinions but are afraid to say anything because you all cry 'anorexia' at a bmi of 20 or less when in reality 17.9 and below is 'at risk' and can still occur naturally. Plus size models are lazy. They want to sell their face but sit around all day instead of building muscle tone and burning off the fat. They choose to be mediocre. The worst part is that so many have absolutely gorgeous faces but what a shame it is that they treat their bodies like trash cans.

*edit* that most recent girl does too look overweight, you can see it in her face arms waist and what you can see of her legs as well.
There is no one size fits healthy. Measurements do not designate health or lack thereof. We'd be a lot more productive if we focused on having everyone engage in healthy habits (eating well, staying active, keeping stress levels low) no matter what size they are.


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Old 11-12-2013, 12:36 AM
 
Location: North Jackson
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My last girlfriend was 5'1" with the following measurements: 34DD-27-42.

She was as close to perfect as could be, at least for me.
Sir Mix a Lot, is that you?

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