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    Im AA but can fit into B34 bra's too. Ive never wanted big boobs but C's wouldnt bother me. Should I have plastic surgery lol? http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/9182/stm4.png
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    (Original post by civilstudent)
    Im AA but can fit into B34 bra's too. Ive never wanted big boobs but C's wouldnt bother me. Should I have plastic surgery lol? http://img14.imageshack.us/img14/9182/stm4.png
    Yikes, you're brave. But your boobs look fine, pretty proportionate to your body.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I really want to know what boys think about this. I have quite a small build (5'0 tall) so I don't think my breasts are massively out of proportion with my body. But they're 32AA! I don't even pass the pencil test.

    Would this put you off, boys? I wouldn't say I'm THAT insecure about my breasts, it doesn't really bother me and I would never get surgery. But still. My breasts are tiny.

    Please be honest. I can take the truth. Could you ever like a girl with small breasts?
    Yes. It is not about any one aspect to find a girl attractive. There are millions of women like you in fulfilling relationships so don't worry.
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    (Original post by eliza.anne)
    Yikes, you're brave. But your boobs look fine, pretty proportionate to your body.
    why am I brave go to the fitness forum people post pics all the time. I dont get though how I measure as an AA yet size B34 can fit me too.
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    This again. For most guys it won't be a dealbreaker. A lot of guys prefer something to fondle, so it's safe to say that they'd prefer them to be bigger, but it won't stop them from dating you.
    What is the point if you're not going to get surgery anyway?
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    I don't know if this is a joke or not but there is no particular size you should be at any age.


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    lol you can get some 11/12 year olds with size D/E breasts too
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    (Original post by Zarek)
    Eh, no it doesn't..
    Yes it does. Either it is used as an old test to see if a women needs to wear a bra(which is ridiculous as I am a C cup and there is no chance a pencil would hold for even a second) but the more widely accepted version is that it tells if a women is sagging. If there is a large enough space to hold a pencil then it is likely that the womens breasts are sagging.
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    (Original post by __Student__)
    According to my reasearch 32AA is the size a 11/12 year old should have
    Do I want to ask what kind of research this was?
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    (Original post by civilstudent)
    why am I brave go to the fitness forum people post pics all the time. I dont get though how I measure as an AA yet size B34 can fit me too.
    I just meant posting pics in your bra, I couldn't do that xD And I know what you mean, but my cousin is like that. She'll always wear an A cup which just about fits, but she's actually a B cup.
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    Small isn't for me. Doesn't mean I am the be-all and end-all of male opinion (though I am awesome enough to be).

    For example, I hate the whole Goth look. And the chav look for that matter. Doesn't mean other guy's don't dig it.
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    You don't want to pass the pencil test, it means you have saggy breasts.


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    No it doesn't.
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    (Original post by Lit2010)
    I can understand how you feel, though, before I started uni I was wearing an A cup and I've gone up to an E in under 3 years... so maybe there's still time for you to grow
    Have you gained weight or been pregnant? If this happened without any of those events then that is impressive.
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    Have you gained weight or been pregnant? If this happened without any of those events then that is impressive.
    Haha no, neither. Maybe a small amount of weight gain but it has been mostly localised to the booby region.
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    (Original post by R4INBOW)
    No it doesn't.
    Yes, it does. I'll copy and paste the reply I gave before.

    Yes it does. Either it is used as an old test to see if a women needs to wear a bra(which is ridiculous as I am a C cup and there is no chance a pencil would hold for even a second) but the more widely accepted version is that it tells if a women is sagging. If there is a large enough space to hold a pencil then it is likely that the womens breasts are sagging.

    What is your version of the pencil test?
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    I thought guys just loved boobs in general?
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    Yes it does. Either it is used as an old test to see if a women needs to wear a bra(which is ridiculous as I am a C cup and there is no chance a pencil would hold for even a second) but the more widely accepted version is that it tells if a women is sagging. If there is a large enough space to hold a pencil then it is likely that the womens breasts are sagging.
    Not really wanting to add to this boob obsessed debate, but I have come across some pretty fine specimens which would pass this (ridiculous) test and no one would describe with the pejorative term, 'saggy'.
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    (Original post by Alpharius)
    Being honest, I'd feel like I was ****ing a 10 year old.
    Ha its dodgy for even relating breast size to a young kid!
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    Yes, it does. I'll copy and paste the reply I gave before.

    Yes it does. Either it is used as an old test to see if a women needs to wear a bra(which is ridiculous as I am a C cup and there is no chance a pencil would hold for even a second) but the more widely accepted version is that it tells if a women is sagging. If there is a large enough space to hold a pencil then it is likely that the womens breasts are sagging.

    What is your version of the pencil test?
    The pencil test is when you push your breasts together and see if there's enough "booby" to hold the pencil.

    It gives no indication of saggy breasts.
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    (Original post by llessur123)
    You don't want to pass the pencil test, it means you have saggy breasts.


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    "Pencil test" is a test to find out if a young/pre-pubescent girl needs a bra. If the pencil falls, she can go braless, if the pencil holds, she needs to wear a bra. Most women wear bras.
    Some also refers to it as a cleavage test - you put a pencil in your cleavage when wearing a push-up bra, and if it stays, it's a good cleavage.

    Being able to hold a pencil does not mean you have too saggy breasts. When women get breast augmentations, the popular request is breasts which has a 'fold' underneath, like Kate Upton. Kate is considered to have beautiful breasts, and hers could hold a pencil - most breasts larger than C would.
    Even the "normal" ones to the left would hold a pencil:
    http://www.beautifulself.com/images/ptosis_chart.jpg
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    (Original post by R4INBOW)
    The pencil test is when you push your breasts together and see if there's enough "booby" to hold the pencil.

    It gives no indication of saggy breasts.
    Anyone can do that if they push them together, I barely have any and have achieved it
 
 
 
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