Post # 121
Never. I love having smaller breasts! I think many clothes look better when a woman has a smaller chest. I also love running and I think having bigger breasts would drive me crazy. I don’t think I would even look good with implants because I like the boniness of my upper body. For example, a friend of mine has big breasts and they make her look fatter than she really is. I would also never wear clothes that show cleavage because it just would be considered very unprofessional in my field. Sure, I probably would have considered it hypothetically in my early twenties but I’m now very comfortable in my skin.
Post # 122
My weight fluctuates a lot so while they’re not exactly saggy, my boobs also not as perky as they used to be. If I ever have enough money to spare and the financial security to know that the implants could be replaced if needed, than maybe. I would rather have them lifted a little than think about the maintance issue implants come with.
Post # 123
personally probably not but I’ll never say never. I don’t knock anyone that decides to do it. I have a lot of friends that have them and they love them, had no complications, and they look great. Please understand if you get them there is upkeep. One of my friends had hers done and works for a plastic surgeon and she says one of the biggest myths is women get them and think ok great im done. But she said usually after 10-15 years you will need another surgery.
Post # 124
PinkPearls: I’m sorry, I obviously misunderstood what you were saying in your original post. i don’t intend to rock the boat- we must all be respectful and considerate of each other’s views.
And as a feminist, I also support women who do want surgery- it is ultimately your body, and no one can dictate what is acceptable within it but you.
i did not intend any offence or controversy- I think I read something else entirely into your post, and now understand what you were asking.
Post # 125
I’m a 32C with the look of a 32A(my boobs are set wide apart and kinda flat, I guess?) I’ve gone back and forth over the years about whether or not to get implants. It just hasn’t been a priority financially, because around here you’d expect to spend about 9k+ on a decent breast augmentation. And I have so many reactions to different things (latex bandaids, antibiotics) that I worry I would end up one of those people that has an allergic reaction to their implants. Maybe one day!
Post # 126
Yes. A reduction, that is. I’m otherwise very thin and small-framed, but am an E. I would be much more comfortable as a B.
Post # 127
No, because Fiance insists he doesnt’ find them attractive.. and becuase while to me my boobs look small, they’re already a D cup and I don’t want to have to search for odd-sized bras.
Post # 128
mrshomemaker: you are so right! Spending thousands to look their absolute best….for. one. day.
Yet so many turn their nose up at doing something that makes someone feel more comfortable in their own skin (for whatever reason they may have) and it lasts well beyond 24 hours or a weekend….
Post # 129
Not for me personally. I want to breastfeed my future children which of course can be done for many with implants…but there are risks and in some cases it is not possible. I wouldn’t want to take that risk. I’m not a fan of surgery unless necessary. I do really bad under anesthesia and I wouldn’t want to go through that. Especially because there’s no such thing as a one time implant….you typically have to get them redone. I’m personally fine with my breasts. One is a bit bigger than the other which is obviously only noticeable to me as others have told me. I’m a B cup. My Fiance isn’t a huge boob guy…he loves my body but breasts aren’t a fetish for him. I’m happy with my size overall and I couldn’t imagine any bigger as mine are already sensitive when doing fast movements.
Post # 130
- Wedding: June 2008 - County courthouse
When I was younger (29 now), I really wanted fake boobs. I was a low b back then. Now after having kids and going through 2 very scary c sections….no way in hell would I get elective surgery. I’m happy with my 34b perky boobs.
Post # 131
No, unless it was for reconstructive purpose. I wanted bigger boobs, but I have learned to be content with what I have. It’s not worth it to me.
*initially I typed boobs which was auto corrected to blobs!
Post # 132
PinkPearls: I would but having to replace them every 15 years or so is a deal breakerI couldn’t do that. Surgery gets dangerous as you get older..
Post # 133
If they were pain free! But I heard they’re super painful. I couldn’t, I’m a pansy!
Post # 134
ohhsnap: haha, thanks!!! i love my ladies 🙂
Post # 135
abp2015: exactly! isn’t it funny?