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im 5"5, 110lb my stomachs flat depending on the time of day lmao and my waist is 24 inches
I have dated many girls and all of them who were curvy / had big boobs , at your height 5'5 were around 140-150lbs

it is impossible to be 110lb , 5'5 and wear a a 30E bra size sorry

you haven't gotten your boobs measured properly. go to an expert and she'll tell you the real size, you're most likely a B , maybe a C. unless you've had a boob surgery
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that doesn't sound right. how much do you weigh what's your height?
bc i'm 5'4, 132 lbs and wear a 38B and i'm almost 15
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(Original post by AdamNoahIssa)
I have dated many girls and all of them who were curvy / had big boobs , at your height 5'5 were around 140-150lbs

it is impossible to be 110lb , 5'5 and wear a a 30E bra size sorry

you haven't gotten your boobs measured properly. go to an expert and she'll tell you the real size, you're most likely a B , maybe a C. unless you've had a boob surgery
it's not impossible lmaoo

I get my bra measured every few months and at different places so im confident, and ive measured them myself

also im 50kg and I think that's 110lb but im not sure
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that doesn't sound right. how much do you weigh what's your height?
bc i'm 5'4, 132 lbs and wear a 38B and i'm almost 15
5"5 and 50kg (which i think is 110lb)
people don't seem to believe me on here huh
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5"5 and 50kg (which i think is 110lb)
people don't seem to believe me on here huh
I believe you dont worry
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30E isn't even that massive bc the band size is small, it doesn't look much bigger than a D/DD, its totally believable !
Everyone's body is different
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As long as you are healthy, have been measured, and have a bra that fits, I cannot see that any size is better than another.
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it's not impossible lmaoo

I get my bra measured every few months and at different places so im confident, and ive measured them myself

also im 50kg and I think that's 110lb but im not sure
no way .. 5'5 ..50kg and 30 E..... I think you havent measured your boobs properly or your weight .. weigh yourself again
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no way .. 5'5 ..50kg and 30 E..... I think you havent measured your boobs properly or your weight .. weigh yourself again
it’s entirely possible. Breast size is dependant on a variety of things, including genetics. it’s definitely possible.
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it’s entirely possible. Breast size is dependant on a variety of things, including genetics. it’s definitely possible.
i think you are confused... a C cup is big.

but an E is huge . usually achieved though boob surgery
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i think you are confused... a C cup is big.

but an E is huge . usually achieved though boob surgery
as a female, i can assure you I am not mistaken.

E cup boobs are entirely possible without surgery. As I’ve stated, breast size is dependant on a variety of factors. I do not know the OP personally so cannot comment on whether they have E cups or not, but I can assure you that a lot of people have E cups that are natural.
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i think you are confused... a C cup is big.

but an E is huge . usually achieved though boob surgery
There’s sizes bigger than E’s...

Also the band size makes a difference, being a 36a=34b=32c=30d etc, so they’re all somewhat equivalent to each other, but you choose whichever one that is the most comfortable. She could be a 34D to put it into perspective (they’re called sister sizes I believe)

Also E sizes are possible naturally, hence the need to have E cup bras
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as a female, i can assure you I am not mistaken.

E cup boobs are entirely possible without surgery. As I’ve stated, breast size is dependant on a variety of factors. I do not know the OP personally so cannot comment on whether they have E cups or not, but I can assure you that a lot of people have E cups that are natural.
yes but they are not underweight at 110 lbs or 50kg and 5'5

my girlfriend was a D and they were big but she was 140 lbs
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yes but they are not underweight at 110 lbs or 50kg and 5'5

my girlfriend was a D and they were big but she was 140 lbs
I’m sorry but you’re clearly not educated on this topic, and that’s fine. But don’t post comments saying that it isn’t possible when it is.

Do you know what a band size is? As the band size will affect the cup size. There are also sister sizes so a 34B is equivalent to a 32C.

It is entirely possible for a woman to have E cup breasts naturally. That’s all I’m saying.

Also don’t think it’s appropriate to post about your girlfriends weight!
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yes but they are not underweight at 110 lbs or 50kg and 5'5

my girlfriend was a D and they were big but she was 140 lbs
I get that we're both guys and we don't really learn this stuff but... there's numbers that go with the letters, this is how you can have a 30e. it's the same as a (smaller number) D. I think you're thinking it's a linear letter system (a<b<c<d<e etc) but that's not the case. I also don't know why I'm getting involved- :dontknow:
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I'm a 30E, is that good for a 16 year old?
As long as you feel healthy and happy, your cup size shouldn't be a problem.
I'd definitely keep an eye out for any recurring/regular back pain, and it's very important that you wear the right size
Luckily, new policies mean that more stores are selling plus-size cups! I recommend Debenhams and Sainsburys for the most supportive bras, Newlook (only up to a tight F) for prettier bras, and Next for their comfort and returns policy. I've not been able to get fitted over lockdown, but you can order a ton of bras from Next and return them for a refund if they don't fit.
There are plenty of plus-sized people that struggle with the same problems, so you're not alone. If you ever need any advice you can always get in touch! I hope this helps
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yes but they are not underweight at 110 lbs or 50kg and 5'5

my girlfriend was a D and they were big but she was 140 lbs
Knowing your girlfriend’s measurements does not qualify you to be able to tell anyone else that their measurements are wrong.

A 30 E is sister size to 32D, 34C, 36B and a 38A.

I’d suggest you perhaps educate yourself on female body types before telling someone that they need to weigh themselves again.


And OP there isn’t any “normal” bra size. They are what they are.
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