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(NSFW) How do some people deal with disproportionately large body parts?

Asked by Blackberry (29685 points ) May 17th, 2012

I saw a woman today that was about 5’10 with a slim body, but she had the largest natural chest I have ever seen in my entire life. She wasn’t even older, she was maybe late 20s or early 30s.

Everyone was staring at her. You had to see these things. She had a shirt on that covered her up to her neck, but they hung down and created a large, protruding and bulbous sack-like apparatus on her chest. You could even clearly see them from her backside because they were so wide and big.

But anyway…..How do people live like that? Do you think she’s maybe saving money for a reduction? What if she doesn’t want a reduction?

Also, I’m not mocking her. I was reluctantly aroused, but something tells me that’s uncomfortable for her.

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chyna's avatar

A friend of mine’s daughter is in her mid 20’s and is about 5’2, 105 pounds with a size EE bust. She just got a reduction and her insurance paid for it in full. If you can get a doctor to agree that it is a health hazard, insurance will pay. If not, or if you don’t have insurance, you have to suffer with that kind of issue. Once again, the US is so behind in their health insurance.

Coloma's avatar

Lord, I’d cut em off, poor thing! I have never thought huge breasts were attractive, I’ll keep my “average” B+ to C depending on my weight fluctuations, thanks. Anchors aweigh. lol

Blackberry's avatar

@chyna Was she mocked, or was she drooled all over by people? How did she feel about them herself?

rebbel's avatar

In certain positions it is doable for my girlfriend.

Pandora's avatar

People get use to them. However with time they can cause back pain and shoulder pain from the bra straps digging in the shoulder and they usually end up getting a breast reduction. Its not like they spring up over night. You have time to adjust to natural. I don’t understand the ones who get it done on purpose. I know their bodies must feel achy for the first few months.

chyna's avatar

@Blackberry Yes she was mocked and honestly, that was the first thing I saw when looking at her because it was just so… unnatural looking for such a tiny person. She felt horrible about herself. She thought that people only looked at her breasts and felt that guys only asked her out for that reason.
She found a really nice guy and had recently married though. (Before the reduction).

ucme's avatar

I tie my dick to my thigh with a leather strap.

wundayatta's avatar

@ucme Ouch! That must hurt. Especially if you happen to get aroused during the day and can’t undo the strap very conveniently. :-0

ucme's avatar

@wundayatta I must confess to a little white lie here, it’s tied with a length of string…..no but seriously, I heard Errol Flynn used to do this, my immature mind finds that quite amusing.

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

If we didn’t objectify women as if they’re body parts, she wouldn’t need to think about a reduction.

wundayatta's avatar

@Simone_De_Beauvoir So you’re saying that women consider reductions only so men will stop looking at them, not because of back pain or other associated physical issues?

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

@wundayatta I have no account of all the reasons. However, if you read the OP’s details, you will note that there is no mention of back pain or physical issues. There is, otoh, plenty of proof as to how our society operates.

FutureMemory's avatar

@Blackberry Did you get pics? I’ll PM you my email address.

Blackberry's avatar

@FutureMemory Nope, I did not. I don’t like going to jail, lol.

Blondesjon's avatar

I tuck it in my shoe.

chyna's avatar

^ouch

Blackberry's avatar

@chyna That’s what she said…...to @Blondesjon.

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