- Apr 12, 2006
Island: I lost 60 lbs 4 years ago and have never changed cup size (DD-DDD depending on the bra manufacturer). My mom swears my breasts are smaller now, but I just have learned to hide them!Date: 12/19/2006 8:38:47 AM
Mara--you hit on one of the things I envy about my friends with implants...the constant perky state. I am a natural D cup and I have friends with implants that are also a D cup. We all go to the beach and they just look fantastic in the smallest of bathing suits. My, real D''s, umm, require a bit more swimsuit management--some support definitely is needed. I honestly would love to be smaller. The back pain, no button shirts ever fit me etc. I''d be happy at a smaller C cup so I keep trying to loose weight hoping I''ll get there. But I''ve been a D cup since I was 13 so I''m not holding out too much help.
I''ve had kids, lost weight, gained weight...last year I was up to a DDD, now I''m back down but they seem to hang a bit lower now. Grr. Wonder if there is a way to lift them up without changing anything else?
Date: 12/18/2006 7:44:15 PM
I live in L.A. Sometimes I think I am the only one who has never done it.
Don''t give up hope--they still might after the baby''s born.Date: 12/19/2006 11:46:23 AM
I''m a tiny girl with an A cup so I have always wondered what it would be like to be well endowed but not to the point of wanting to have the surgery. I''ve always been pretty content being small and often feel lucky because I can go braless and can wear pretty much anything. I''m pregnant now and I was hoping that I would have a growth spurt just so I could get an idea of what it would be like to have something going on up top but unfortunately, it''s all gone to my belly and my boobs have not grown AT ALL!!
Like most everyone else, I''ve thought about it at one point or another. I have a full B and a thin frame, so anything larger might look a little silly on me. My bf tells me a lot what great breasts he thinks I have, so eh...why bother?
Although I''d take it into more serious consideration as I get older and if I decide to have children. I like ''em perky!