Post # 62
My honeymoon was years ago, and we’d been on vacations before that and many since. For me at least, that first vacation as a married couple was magical and special and continues to be a priceless memory. I certainly hope and expect that my ability to remember our honeymoon will last longer than a set of implants.
Post # 63
Normally I would say vacation, but in your friend’s situation I voted for boobs. It’s something she has wanted for years and years. It will boost her confidence and her Fiance will get to enjoy them too. Maybe they could do a 1 year anniversary trip in the future using a groupon or something to hit up the beach.
Post # 64
I’d go on the vacation, but I have big boobs so that was a no brainer. I would rather my husband put our money toward something we can both enjoy.
Post # 65
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Boob job is for 10 years… Plus I wouldn’t want to be away from my dogs that long… In her situation I would let hI’m choose.
Post # 66
Honeymoon, for sure. I’m huge, Ive got a G-H cup and have talked about a reduction since I was about 16. I’m not going to pit off my honeymoon (or never have one at all, which is a ridiculous ultimatum to give) for cosmetic surgery. How silly.
There is no way they can’t save for a small honeymoon and plastic surgery.
Plus, would it not be difficult/bad for babymaking? I mean, theyre gunna grow. Possibly a LOT. Then she will have heavy saggy half-fake boobies, no? This could be sooooo silly, bit could it stop her from breastfeeding, or… Um… Move them? Like I said, that could be very silly and wrong, but I would be worried about that 😛
Post # 67
@BrideToBe14: Initially I thought ‘duh, honeymoon!’ but actually, you can get holidays to nice places on the cheap if you search enough, whereas you don’t want to mess with a crappy surgeon. So if the boob job is going to happen one way or another then I’d compromise on the honeymoon.
Post # 68
@BrideToBe14: boobs. The gift that keeps on giving. Plus, she will need a flotation device for future tropical vacations.
Post # 69
meh I don’t think the kid thing is a huge issue. I have a few friends with fake boobs who nursed and their boobs all still look greAt!
Post # 70
Yes, I have big boobs. Fiance and I already have discussed getting me a reduction and lift, but I would never trade that for my honeymoon, even though I’ve been wanting one since I got my DDs (I am now an H, but if I lose weight, they’ll probably go back to DDs. I’m 29 for reference).
She can always wait and save up for a boob job in the future. They’ve never been on a vacation together. The memories will last forever. The experience is for both of them to share (although I’m sure the boobs are too lol). But the honeymoon is only a honeymoon one time. After that, it’s just a regular vacation, yanno?
Also, I wouldn’t touch my boobies til after I had kids.
I’m just curious to know what sort of 7 day honeymoon in the Bahamas they’re going on that’s costing the equivalent of a boob job. My friend just did her boobs and it cost $6,500. A 7-day trip to the Bahamas at a really nice hotel shouldn’t cost half that. Honestly, they could go elsewhere in the Caribbean for a week for probably $3k and still have an amazing vacation.
Post # 71
I would go with the implants. They are the gift that keeps on giving, to her self-confidence AND to her boob-loving man!
Post # 72
I’m throwing in a different vote – finance the boobs and go on the honeymoon. Plastic surgeon always have some kind of payment system and the boobs will make her happy but she won’t have to go without her honeymoon.
Post # 73
@BrideToBe14: I am only a small B cup and I say honeymoon.
Yes it might bring your friend long term joy but the honeymoon is meant for both her and her husband to enjoy together. I think it is really selfish for her to even consider letting her hubby miss out on an awesome vacation just so she can get a boob job.
My Fiance always says more than a handful is a waste so i am quite content with my little boobs 🙂
Post # 74
I’d love to get rid of my boobs. How nice it would be to be able to wear anything and it look the way it was intended to look. How nice it would be to be able to have good posture instead of having my chest n shoulders pulled forward with weight. How nice it would be to not have boobs squished down onto my ribcage, but up and breathing where they belong. How nice it would be to not have to replace bras every six months from getting stretched and worn out quickly. Boobs r NOT these glorious thing to have. I’ve never dressed to flaunt them on purpose. There’s just no hiding the damn things. Ugh. They just ruin everything.