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    I wouldn't want DD boobs. My friend's 18 and says her tits already sag loads. Not an attractive look to be honest.
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    Yes, you're completely right OP and I totally agree. I'd say people just get it wrong due to misconceptions about not knowing bra sizes properly, that's all. I can fit myself into a 30D, and my boobs aren't what you'd call big at all, lol.
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    In before someone posts pictures of Christina hendricks and or Sofia Vergara...
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    (Original post by pooo)
    Wow

    I stopped reading when my eyes caught sight of THAT. :sogood:


    Lol jk, read my sig. Also not many girls even have a D, and alot that do come with a 40inch waist so w/e.

    Tits are not important, they supplement the rest of her.
    you gay brah?
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    (Original post by rugbyladosc)
    you gay brah?
    Which bit sounded gay?

    I'm trying to man up dammit! My gf has turned me into a mushy romantic
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    I'm usually a 34DD, but lately its been getting too tight so I can fit into 34E's now.
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    (Original post by pooo)
    Which bit sounded gay?

    I'm trying to man up dammit! My gf has turned me into a mushy romantic
    erm the bit where you said boobs aren't important.

    nahh I was joking you don't need to man up, we have all been to the point with girls where u stop caring so much about boobs. And your entitled to your preference...
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    That's not true, if it was, there wouldn't be sizes like 30E, 30F, 30G etc. I'm slim with big boobs, it's possible.
    I quite agree with you. My friend is a 36E and Uk size 10. What cup size is that?
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    (Original post by Vanny17)
    I quite agree with you. My friend is a 36E and Uk size 10. What cup size is that?
    The cup size would be E, and her bandsize would be the 36.
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    The cup size would be E, and her bandsize would be the 36.
    Ok thanks.
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    36 sounds like a pretty big band size to be a size 10
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    (Original post by boba)
    36 sounds like a pretty big band size to be a size 10
    Yes I know that, but the person in question is a UK size 10. Not only chubby people have big boobs you know. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Vanny17)
    Yes I know that, but the person in question is a UK size 10. Not only chubby people have big boobs you know. :rolleyes:
    no but the band size "36" refers to the back size and is independent from the size of boobs. so in other words.. only chubby people actually do have big band sizes you know :rolleyes: its the cup size that would be bigger on a slim person with big boobs which is why I didn't say "E sounds big for someone whos a size 10" because THAT would of been a ridiculous statement.
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    (Original post by boba)
    no but the band size "36" refers to the back size and is independent from the size of boobs. so in other words.. only chubby people actually do have big band sizes you know :rolleyes: its the cup size that would be bigger on a slim person with big boobs which is why I didn't say "E sounds big for someone whos a size 10" because THAT would of been a ridiculous statement.
    Emmm alright then. Take a chill pill, jeez. I agree.
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    (Original post by boba)
    no but the band size "36" refers to the back size and is independent from the size of boobs. so in other words.. only chubby people actually do have big band sizes you know :rolleyes: its the cup size that would be bigger on a slim person with big boobs which is why I didn't say "E sounds big for someone whos a size 10" because THAT would of been a ridiculous statement.
    Yeah, it is odd. I am a 30 but I'm a 12, and my friend doesn't really believe I'm a 30 because her petite friend is a 32. I dun geddit :confused:
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    (Original post by .Ali.)
    That's not true, if it was, there wouldn't be sizes like 30E, 30F, 30G etc. I'm slim with big boobs, it's possible.
    They are average.
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    Grr.. damn this thread. * Google incognito mode*
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    (Original post by Jelkin)
    Yeah, it is odd. I am a 30 but I'm a 12, and my friend doesn't really believe I'm a 30 because her petite friend is a 32. I dun geddit :confused:
    I'm guessing the difference in height is enough to affect your clothes sizes? I'm a 32 though and I've notice that thats the lowest band size that a lot of non specialist places sell so you must have to spend more on bras than if your friend was right and your band size was bigger?
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    (Original post by Oh my Ms. Coffey)
    They are average.
    Lol what?
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    D cup alone is meaningless as the band size also influences the volume of the breast cups.

    e.g. 30D is much smaller than 38D

    The volume of 32D, 34C and 36B are equal.

    Cup size doesn't mean much alone.

    Not all D cups are big e.g. 32-34D aren't that big and look pretty average/don't look huge.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassiere_measurement
 
 
 
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