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59-28-36

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 21:45
by Ice.Maiden
:o

How can this woman, with such an immense chest measurement, be a 32Z bra size ????

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/real-life/41 ... -the-world

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 19 Jan 2015, 12:35
by Kellemora
I didn't bother to look, because they HAVE TO BE FAKE, which also means USELESS!

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 19 Jan 2015, 17:45
by Ice.Maiden
Yes, they're fake alright - hideously so - but there's either been a typo or the poster doesn't understand chest/bra sizes. A 32Z can't possibly be the bra size of a woman with 59" boobs.

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 19 Jan 2015, 18:48
by Yogi
The 32 refers to the band size, which seems like it is possible when seeing the woman's photographs. The 'Z' part is the cup size, which is the difference between the band and the measurement around the full breasts. She is about 23 times larger than average with that Z-cup. The only question is why did she do it?

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 19 Jan 2015, 19:00
by Ice.Maiden
I understand that Yogi, but even if she measures 32" around the band or upper ribcage, a 59" bust's going to take some covering. I can't visualise a 32Z bra getting anywhere near.

Oh my goodness!!!! : )

http://madamenoire.com/195964/you-thoug ... -cup-size/

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 20 Jan 2015, 14:23
by Kellemora
I've often wondered what the appeal of FAKE Boobs of any size is supposed to be?

No matter how you look at them, they are FAKE!
And often by a person looking for a REAL Man, hi hi...

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 20 Jan 2015, 17:24
by Ice.Maiden
The "real men" I've spoken to unanimously agree that fake boobs aren't attractive, but attraction on its own merit isn't always the issue.

There are several reasons why a woman might choose to have the op - one being after a disfigurement such as after a mastectomy, or if she has very different-sized breasts which make her feel embarrassed or uncomfortable. It's not always done to attract the opposite sex, and if fake ones make her feel more "normal" or feminine, then that's fair enough.

However, these ops aren't without dangers. They can go wrong, or the woman finds that she doesn't look how she was expecting to end up. In the case of large or advanced cancers resulting in breast removal, the option's always there to have reconstruction, but that comes with dangers in itself. New tumours can grow from the original site, and mammograms can't always pick these up if a fake boob's been inserted. In this particular instance, women in the UK're often advised against it.

You can always tell when a woman's had breast augmentation, no matter how well the procedure's been performed. The implants are often visible - or obvious - and the fake boob has no natural sag or movement, although from the outside, because your own skin covers the implant, they can feel just the same as they've always felt.

Some women just feel better about themselves when they decide to undergo the surgery, but it's not to be taken lightly. It can cause problems later on, and they don't last forever.

I have a friend who used to work at a clinic where this was carried out. She was able to have her own boobs increased at a cheaper rate than normal, and ended up with whopping 40+ ones, which she loved at first. It looked silly on her though, as she's tall and slim. Eight or ten years later, she had them removed. The implants started to look even more un-natural, so she was relieved to finally be "her old self" again.

Personally, I think it's up to the individual, unless advised against for medical reasons. If a woman feels better about herself afterwards, then she's going to be happier, full stop, but so many places push these ops (because there's money to be made out of them) without really explaining the complications that can arise. If a woman feels that larger boobs make her look more attractive from an aesthetic point of view, then I think they were lacking in confidence or had other issues to begin with.

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 21 Jan 2015, 15:17
by Kellemora
I don't know about most men, but of those I know, including myself, the older we get, the less attractive women with big boobs become.
I don't think I need to get into all the problems having large breasts cause either.
Besides having the equivalent of two more armpits to keep clean and dry to prevent rashes, there's always that problem with bruised kneecaps.

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 21 Jan 2015, 21:00
by Ice.Maiden
:lol: Oh lol. I think perhaps that getting older has a lot to answer for. I'm sure that both men AND woman prefer how they once looked when they were pert, whether large or not, but it's a natural part of life, and if a man can't love his woman and take her as she becomes, then it seems a shallow outlook. By the same token, an 80 year old woman with firm breasts's going to make it obvious that she's undergone treatment, and could end up looking a bit silly.

Why put yourself through all the trauma of an op, plus become somewhat poorer just to try and stay young? The answer is - you can't. A person's still old on the inside, and has a crepey neck/hands/arms. After a certain age, they become caricatures, so in my humble opinion, it's best to keep as fit as you can and dress elegantly for your age. Having implants to try and make yourself 20 again - fails.

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 22 Jan 2015, 10:28
by Kellemora
My frau makes a comment from time to time on Farcebook.

That tattoo of a puppy on your breast, will all too soon turn into a Dachshund, and eventually look like a long dog headed snake.

Oh, one other one. Ever put a tennis ball in a sock to play with fetch your pooch?
A breast implant at 21, takes on the same appearance when you reach 51!
I won't say what she said they look like at 61, nor the location...

Re: 59-28-36

PostPosted: 22 Jan 2015, 15:18
by Ice.Maiden
:lmao1:

Oh you make me laugh.

I don't like to see tattooed boobs at any age though. Then again, the people who have them must like them, so my opinion's worthless really.