Here’s 8 Things Your Breasts Would Say If They Could Talk
Conversation is the key to communication. But what if that conversation was coming from your breasts? Consider the injustice, embarrassment, confusion, and perhaps even anger that they would express upon. They are in the forefront, first to cross the finish line, and impossible to hide. If indeed they could talk, this is the 8 things my breasts would say if they could talk.
1. Stop staring at me!
On the occasion that a garment is allowing some cleavage, the eye contact of certain individuals becomes nearly non-existent. If I had a nickel for every time that a guy tried to strike up a conversation with my breasts…
2. Where did all of my support go?
We all own a bra that fits just the way we like it, nice and comfortable. Although comfy, it must be considered that support is being sacrificed. This support may be crucial to the support needed for proper posture and perky breasts.
3. Oh my gosh! Is that a lump?
No, it’s just the inside of my bra falling apart. Many inferior bras are quick to fall apart and leave you hanging with no support.
4. How did I get down here?
Over time the elastic in a bra’s support system will become brittle and stretched out. This allows the breasts to sag and sway noticeably.
5. Quit squishing me!
Bras that are too tight around the middle will force the extra fat from a side breasts to intrude and push the two breasts together.
6. Where did you come from?
Breast enlargement during pregnancy is often a surprise and a welcomed development according to men. Engorged and tender breasts require a bra that is supportive and comfortable.
7. I can’t breathe!
When you have large breasts, wearing a sports bra can really suck. The material is normally made from a tightly knit elastic type material that doesn’t breathe very well.
8. I am pretty, oh so pretty!
There are many times when breasts represent all that is unique, beautiful, and feminine about a woman. When a bra is the correct fit, size, and design, it enhances the natural beauty of the female form.
When it comes to imaginary talking body parts, my breasts certainly have enough to say. Although they love to bounce free, wearing the right bra when I have to keep them quiet. Keep your breasts silent with a well fitting and supportive “over-the-shoulder-boulder-holder.”