Does this look like a full figure bra to you?
Aside from swim suit shopping, bra shopping has to be my least favorite shopping experience. Wouldn't you agree? Oh, I'm sure some of you have no trouble at all finding a good fitting bra. I'm also pretty sure you need more support for your shoulder blades.
I am a bit 'blessed', as they say...although I'm not really sure it's much of a blessing. The amply endowed of the crowd know what I'm talking about; our buttoned shirts leave large gapping peep shows, our backs hurt from the extra weight, and eventually gravity will take it's toll; in another 20 years we won't have breasts, we'll have hound dog ears.
I've got a few questions for bra manufacturers.
Why are you padding C, D, and DD cup bras? What on earth makes you think we need more padding?
Why do Victoria's Secret models in the full figure section actually wear an A? I don't want to know what an A cup model looks like in a bra.
I'd like an exersize bra that crosses my heart, lifts and separates; not one that gives me a uni-boob.
Why are the prettiest bras created for women who barely have the need to wear a bra at all? Is it so hard to fathom that the rest of us may like to look just a little pretty, too?
Some women are convinced that men must create bras. I disagree. I think men would put more effort into making a product that would flatter those of us with ample blessings. After all, they do tend to be a bit obsessed over that area of our bodies.
No, I'm pretty convinced that women create bras. Tiny, boy-body women who are just jealous of what they haven't got. Well, let me tell you, it aint' no picnic, dearies. The least you could do is allow us a pretty, well fitted bra!