Problems only bigger boobed women will understand

Hey readers,

I have a confession to make I hate my breasts because I am a size DD and the right pain in the back and not the fact that buying bras is a breast ache and having to get a bloody loan out to pain for them.

Here are my reasons why big boobs suck!

Bra, High Heels, Red, Fashion, Female

1) They give you a backache and that kills, especially when you have to carry a child to bed in the evenings.

2) They are harder to the finder and then become more expensive.

3) No way would I suit a bralette, which is a shame as they are so God damn pretty.

3) I can’t run As the boobies bounce everywhere so I may as well kiss goodbye if I want to run after that bus and accept that I am going to be late πŸ˜‰

4) The prospect of going bra shopping sends you into a sweat and there is nothing worse than trying to find a size that actually fits you in a ‘normal’ shop.

Purchasing Laundry Woman Bra Bra Bra Bra B

5) You dream of having the funds for breast reduction.

6) The pain of a button shirt and constantly having a gap there. You can’t go out in public because you are scared your pop open.

Green, Grass, Laundry, Bra, Underwear

7) What do my toes look like?!

8) You thought it was bad enough until you get pregnant and then they grow some.

9) In the summer you have under breast sweat….joy!

10) I hate having to wear a swimsuit because it never fits right and has a major fear of my boobies pop out in the swimming baths.

11) Can never wear anything backlace.

12) Can’t wear low tops without looking like a s**t.

13) Never sleep on my stomach, I would never get any rest but pain.

14) I can never wear long necklaces because they make me feel self-conscious and worry they may go right in my cleavage.

Cheers for reading X

35 thoughts on “Problems only bigger boobed women will understand

  1. Hi Sam, love the new blog look!… It wasn’t until I got pregnant that I realised that having small boobs was probably a blessing, especially now I’m older. When I was younger I used to dream of being able fill out nice tops and of having a cleavage, now I value my comfort and I doubt very much that I’ll ever be that old dear with boobs resting on her knees!

    xx

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  2. I am not big boobed but I am big bottomed! But I did giggle at the food down the cleavage one, I too have found crumbs in my bra lol. This post stood out from #PoCoLo as I have shared a post about my body and how I am beginning to accept it’s size.

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  3. Preach it, sister. I’m MUCH larger than a DD and only a 34 band so finding bras is literally impossible. The odd one I do fine I pay an arm and a leg for. Bathing suits are even more rare and expensive. Plus forget about getting a one piece or tankini – very upsetting now that I have a mum-tum. Here in Canada, medical breast reductions are covered, so I’m less than a year or so away from pursuing that! Woo-hoo! Can’t wait to burn my bras!
    Katelynn, hampersandhiccups.com

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  4. I just had to read this as my boobs are quite big. Or maybe it’s just that I hang around with skinny minny little pancake boob mates, so mine look enormous in comparison. I have to strap my enormous ladies down with some kind of high-tech running scaffolding bra when I go for a run. My fried-egg tit mate would swap with me: I would swap with her. Nobody’s ever happy with what they have, are they?

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  5. #thesatsesh haha well I am totes jel of your problems. Id love a cleavage – alas my fried eggs fed my son, so Ive grown to think they aren’t so bad. I also understand that breastfeeding is easier for small boobs. When I sleep on my tummy tonight I’ll thank the gods πŸ™‚

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