5 Problems Only Girls With Big Butts Understand

5 Problems Only Girls With Big Butts Understand

Having a big behind is something that’s generally seen as an asset (no pun intended). Girls with big butts seem to get more attention from men, look great in a pair of leggings, and give off a wave of sheer confidence. However, however a large derriere comes with its own, unique problems.

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1. Guys Are Always Grabbing Your Butt

There was a study conducted where men had electrodes attached to their head and their brain activity was measured when shown a woman with a small waist and a big butt. Their brains went crazy! Men seem to be sweet on the big butt, but it would be nice to get some love other places as well.

2. Jeans NEVER Fit

There are two things that happen when trying to find jeans that fit a big butt: they can’t be pulled over your butt, or there’s a huge gap in the waist. There’s no in between. And any measures taken to make them fit better, like buying custom fit or using a tailor, make your wallet cry. It’s a lose-lose situation.

3. Squeezing Between Tables

Or movie theater aisles; pretty much anywhere that there’s a tight fit. Your butt will always either end up in someone’s face or their food. There’s not much you can do but apologize and keep squeezing.

4. Sitting Anywhere Is Close To Impossible

Unless a chair is wide enough to accommodate your massive butt, sitting anywhere is going to be a huge problem. Sitting on a tiny chair will always lead to butt spillage, sitting on someone’s lap always leads to problems, and squeezing into a small chair with arm rests on either side is far from comfortable.

5. Finding A Cute Bikini Is Impossible

Mixing and matching is your only hope. Bikini bottoms either barely cover your entire behind, turn into a thong, or are huge and baggy and look like something a grandmother would wear. There’s just no winning with bikinis; often times, a one piece is a better option.

Despite the problems that come along with having a big booty, there’s no better time to have one. Embrace your curves and deal with the problems as they come along!