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by Melanie (cha_mel_eon)
at September 11th, 2006 (07:06 pm)

Do any of your boobs keep changing size or am I just a freak?

I had 36E boobs when I was slightly larger,
then I lost weight and went to 36D,
and now i'm still pretty slim and my boobs have ballooned to a 36EE.

Shed some light fair maidens.

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Posted by: VivaGlam (vivaglam)
Posted at: September 11th, 2006 09:54 pm (UTC)
Meow

As far as I know, it's not uncommon. I've known of girls who were teeny, and I heard that she gained weight, lost it but her boobs never got smaller.

Maybe it's hormones, too?

Posted by: Melanie (cha_mel_eon)
Posted at: September 13th, 2006 12:37 pm (UTC)

Maybe, but my mum is one of those skinny ladies with normal sized boobs, and on my dads side all of the women are large, so maybe I just got the best hormones? :P

Posted by: VivaGlam (vivaglam)
Posted at: September 14th, 2006 06:12 am (UTC)
Zoom zoom

Heh. It's possible. Count yourself lucky! Many women pay to be this well endowed. ^_^

Posted by: Steph (fluffybaka)
Posted at: September 13th, 2006 01:53 am (UTC)

I had a strange boob problem also.

I was what you would call a late bloomer, with nothing that I could even call boobs until high school. I was a 34A for two years. Between my sophmore and junior year, I leaped from an 34A to a 34D. That's right. Over a 3 month summer, I gained 3 cup sizes. And yes, it hurt a lot. I've got tons of back problems from the sudden growth.

Boobs seem to have a mind of their own separate that of the rest of the body. They also don't seem to follow the laws of when-I-eat-more-I-gain-weight. In that summer I didn't gain any weight anywhere except my boobs. I wasn't eating any differently or anything.

So, in short, I think it's probably pretty normal.

Posted by: Melanie (cha_mel_eon)
Posted at: September 13th, 2006 12:38 pm (UTC)

Oh okay. Glad i'm not a freak!

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