January 10, 2013

Big Boobie Problems

I am about to get real with you all. Well I always am, but yeah...the world can be a cruel one for girls with big bonkers, boobies, cantalopes, melons, whatever you like to call them.

I would know. I have DDs. 

Now some of you may have no sympathy for busty girls, especially if you have always wanted bigger boobs but never got them. But let me tell you, being busty has its drawbacks! I am a DD! Here are some size A women's idea of a sick joke:

I have never, ever worn a shirt that had a supposed built-in bra without wearing a regular bra as well. They have absolutely no support! They do make some built-in bra shirts with under-wire now which helps a little, but still not enough for me to put my faith in being solely supported by that. I wish I could buy them to help me with more support then just my normal bra, but the thing is that they usually squish my boobs into a funny uniboob shape. 

In middle school, I remember going through a phase where shoulder bags were the cooler way to carry our books around instead of backpacks. However, I quickly learned that I couldn’t wear the strap diagonally across my chest like you’re supposed to without it falling between my boobs and making me look really awkward. So instead, I was forced to carry my shoulder strapped backpack over one arm which caused my shoulders to be sore. Now, the only time I subject myself to looking like my boobs are trying to eat a strap is when I wear a seatbelt.

A Button down shirt...I can't even begin.

T-shirts for busty girls have that can be viewed as both a good and bad thing. It’s great when you’re looking for an outfit to wear on a date or out to the bar, but when put into situations where you need to look more conservative like work, it can become a problem. I have tons of shirts that I couldn't wear because they show too much boob but if someone not as chesty as me wore the same shirt, it would look fine!


a busty moment.

Bathing suits are just a joke. I am rarely able to find a bathing suit top that fits me right. String bikinis are an absolute no-no for me as they tend to cause the dreaded “under-boob” and not to mention they have little to no support. Halters are the only way to go, however they will end up hurting your neck from holding up the weight of your chest. And forget about trying to wear strapless bathing suit tops unless you want gravity to take over where it shouldn’t in public. I’ve now learned to buy or order bathing suits from Victoria’s Secret as they are usually made like bras with underwire.

And no, my bras are not super cute or sexy....or affordable.

Even if people you meet don’t ask you, that doesn’t mean they won’t be wondering if your busty gift is real or fake. Let me just say that I would kill for someone to think my girls are fake because that means that they are looking perfect and perky.

Whether it’s on an run, roller coaster, or sometimes on a fast walk, busty girls will always fear hitting some sort of “turbulence.” Especially when there are a bunch of men around who will gladly watch and enjoy your moment of bouncing horror. Fortunately there are easy ways to hide this like crossing your arms over your chest or holding something in front of you. However, that doesn't mean that there won’t always be the fear that it will happen unexpectedly...

Despite the laughs that you small boobed people have been laughing, the most serious problem is back problems. Ugh.

These are all Busty Girl Comics! So funny but true!


Who all out there can relate?!

36 comments:

  1. Haha! Oh how this made me laugh. Growing up I was pretty average size (a nice C), but after having a baby I have been pushed into the DD boat. So I feel your pain. Whenever I'm at my in-laws and I go down the stairs, I have to cross my arms over the girls so they don't bounce all over the place.

    Jana @ life could be a dream

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  2. Hahah this made my day. I don't have a DD, but I have a C that's getting close to a D (well one boob is). Anyway I can relate to some of these problems.

    Shirts are a definite no for me. I remember wearing one to school and the button popped off during a presentation in front of the entire class. You can probably guess which particular button it was.

    Running is quite painful. Whether I'm wearing a sportsbra or a regular bra my boobs bounce in all directions and it hurts because my skin is being stretched in ways it shouldn't be.

    Thanks for making my day with this post !
    xoxo Grace
    Http://cappuccinoandchocolate.blogspot.com

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  3. Ever since I was 18, I have been a DD. Its sometimes fun (ha!), but more times than not.. its annoying. I was like AMEN whenever you talked about the shoulder strap bags... I hate wearing cross-overs because of this!

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  4. I've had personal experiences with each of these comic strips...Big boobs to me=a pain in the butt! I have a small frame too so that really makes them look even larger (fun!) NOT! :)

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  5. I don't have this problem because I am only a B cup but my sister does have this problem as she is a DD. We always joked that she took all of the boobs since my Mom had her first but she has alawys had serious issues with this. She lost a lot of weight (not the boobs, though) and has had nothing but back problems ever since. She was also made fun of a lot growing up because he's had those babies since she was 12! She could ever find a comfortable bra and always wears oversized clothing because she is self concious! So many women like you expressing their concerns about this and yet so many women still getting breast enhancements!

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  6. It's funny how when you are not in that situation, you don't ever think of those things! I'm not, but I have my own issues with having curly hair. Something else people who don't have it, don't know about! It's fun being a girl, huh?

    xo, jill
    Classy with a Kick

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    1. Jill,

      I'm right there with you! I don't have busty girl problems but I do have curly hair problems too! Straight-haired girls couldn't even begin to imagine what we go through!

      Nikki

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    2. Jill,

      I'm right there with you! I don't have busty girl problems but I do have curly hair problems too! Straight-haired girls couldn't even begin to imagine what we go through!

      Nikki

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  7. This topic is my life. I have ones larger than a DD and it has always been an area that makes me extremely uncomfortable. I loved sports so wearing 3 sports bras was not fun. I want small "girls" so bad....if only the ones that had them could appreciate them!

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  8. I love this post, haha. I am a 32DDD and I am pretty much dreaming of the day when I can get a reduction, lol! Big boobs definitely aren't all they're made out to be!

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  9. Girl, I completely understand but if you think what you have now is bad wait until you get pregnant and have children. I went from pre-baby size C to pregnant size D sometimes DD depending on the brand and FINALLY I'm back to a C again, sometimes D depending on the brand. Some ladies just have no idea.

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  10. I have very small boobs & my sister from another mister got blessed with big jugs! After reading your blog, I am no longer jealous! I do love victorias secret for bras though, man they are amazing! actually anything from there is amazing!

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  11. Lauren-this was spot on. I am also a DD and rocking a DDD due to my pregnancy. I often wonder what it would be like to buy cute/sexy bras.

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  12. Ugh I can so relate! I have about a D cup and it's not fun. Is it bad I dream of getting a lift and reduction...hopefully one day! I do know some designers make a button down shirt where the top fits your bra size. I can't remember the name and it's probably expensive but maybe worth lookig into!

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  13. yup I can relate. a lot. I have to wear 2 bras to go running or work out.

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  14. This is my life! Boobs are a pain in the back!

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  15. Thanks for being so open and honest. (The comic in the airplane cracked me up.) It's funny because it's so true! I have ALWAYS had big boobs (okay obviously not "always" but you know what I mean). I was so embarrassed when I was younger and in that awkward stage. Then, I kind of embraced them, but they are still annoying. It is hard to find shirts that are appropriate for work-even with an undershirt on.

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  16. I couldn't help but laugh!! I definitely do not have busty girl problems at all. If I get even a little jiggle out of mine when experiencing turbulence I get so excited :D haha!!

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  17. lol! I am a 38I and totally FEEL you!! and dont let them lie to you nursing babies does not make them shrink!!! LOL!!!

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  18. I've been a DD since my senior year of high school and VS has been my best friend! None of my close friends have the chest "issues" that I've dealt with and always complain they aren't big enough. Once I mention a few of the problems you talked about above, they normally decide they're happy how they are ;P

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  19. omg i can completely understand!! Id do anything to have small, perky boobs! haha xo

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  20. I feel your pain, my dear. I am about a D cup and I would kill to be able to sport cute bras...run without fear....find tops that actually fit AND look nice..... basically anything when dealing the girls. ;-)

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  21. This is hilarious...as a fellow busty girl it does stink sometimes... Especially shopping with my mom who just doesn't get it and wants me to try on every thing that would look cute on someone with a smaller chest yet totally inappropriate on me...

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  22. I am dying...sorry Lauren. I have the complete opposite problem. I'm smaller than an A. I have a 12 yr old boy's chest. It is awful. Push up bras are my best friend. I could never have short hair bc I'd be mistaken for a boy.

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  23. My gosh girl! I can so relate! I got measured at Victoria's Secret a few months ago because I knew I gained some weight (which always goes to my boobs and stomach). Anyway, the girl goes to measure me and she's like you're a D. I was devastated. Ha. And I might have cursed a bit. Carrying around some big boobs is just not fun. And they aren't like fake ones that sit up nice and perky at all. Great post girl! I laughed my way through it even though I feel your (back) pain! :)

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  24. I love this post so much. And this is totally me as well!! I have luckily lost some weight lately, and some of it has come out of my boobs - thankfully! But I mean, they're still a high D, so they're still pretty large! This was a great post though :)

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  25. This post was AMAZING!! LOL

    I am DD's too :( I get so jealous of small chested girls in the hot summer months that can wear all those cute strappy tops!! Ugh..

    And the blouse problem is the WORST! I cannot wear blouses to work because of these darn boobies...

    Thanks for sharing!

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  26. UGHHHHHH I can relate to every single one of these! The worst is the button up shirts. It's just never gonna happen. And shirts in general, really. I definitely commiserate!

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  27. Hilarious! I lived in Korea for a year and it's actually impossible to buy a bra bigger than a C there. Argh.

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  28. Hilarious! I lived in Korea for a year and it's actually impossible to buy a bra bigger than a C there. Argh.

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  29. I can completely relate to this post. I was a 32F/G and had a reduction at 25 and now I'm a 32D (apparently for insurance reasons they can only take out so much). I'm just happy I can fit into Victoria's Secret bras now. Speciality sizes are expensive and come in boring colors. If I was creative and fashionable I would make a line of clothes for busty ladies with extra fabric on top ha.

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  30. HA! This is absolutely fabulous! I'm a DDD!! I wanted to die when the lady who measured me last told me I had to go up a size! I've never had cute bras or been able to shop in normal stores for them!

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  31. Haha! I can personally relate to all of these, so I feel your pain! Especially that back pain.

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  32. Hahaha I am so glad you reposted this! I am a D, so I know it's not quite the same but I go through the same things. Holding my boobs when I run at the gym, always wearing bras under "built in's". Also finding clothes that fit as I can be a Medium or large in the breast area but a small to medium in the waist area...and button downs...forget it. Unless I get them I can't wear them. Such a good post!

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  33. Hi, all of women who have big boobs, please come to me. I want to hug you and I want to say about my feeling. I love your big boobs very much. Big boobs are very sexy. Hahahaha !!!

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