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This is one question I raise my eyebrow to.
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Just be glad you don't have to wear one!

It's a war against gravity and nearly impossible to find anything cute if you get over a C cup. I buy mostly Playtex anymore. They're one of the only affordable brands that makes bras in bigger sizes. And the difficulty level to put on/take off a bra increases with the number of hooks.
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Termiqua wrote:

Just be glad you don't have to wear one!

It's a war against gravity and nearly impossible to find anything cute if you get over a C cup. I buy mostly Playtex anymore. They're one of the only affordable brands that makes bras in bigger sizes. And the difficulty level to put on/take off a bra increases with the number of hooks.


Indeed.

But the bigger the bra size needed, the larger the back pain. Men have NO IDEA of how lucky they are.
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starry wrote:


hpulley wrote:

Starry the customer service rep is chasing AHTL the Library Moderator through his years old posts about bras and things... This needs to be made into anime or manga at least LOL

^ We are virtual lovers.

On topic, it's not hard at all. I can put on and take it off in 1 second.


So... Being virtual lovers and all, how long does it take him to take your virtual bra off? If that's too much virtual information then...
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SakiAiza wrote:


Termiqua wrote:

Just be glad you don't have to wear one!

It's a war against gravity and nearly impossible to find anything cute if you get over a C cup. I buy mostly Playtex anymore. They're one of the only affordable brands that makes bras in bigger sizes. And the difficulty level to put on/take off a bra increases with the number of hooks.


Indeed.

But the bigger the bra size needed, the larger the back pain. Men have NO IDEA of how lucky they are.


Yep, even when men get giant moobs, they don't need to worry about wearing bras.
And yeah, I started to feel old when I started shopping for bras with padded straps (not padded cups) haha
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Dang! And I thought my problem was bad!
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mmm dem victoria's secret bombshells.
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It's not that hard to take them off. Just pull the straps toward one another from the end to unhook, then remove. Never understood the difficulty, haha. Anything without those annoying underwires is fine with me. I don't think I have too much to lug around, anyway.
Posted 10/7/12
This thread really invites me to think of hands.
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It's quite easy. I am a master of bra removal; sometimes my wife doesn't realize she's unhooked.
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Well men obviously find it hard because they don't have to wear bras, thus it seems to them like a preposterous device given they don't wear clothing that requires hooks, save maybe some jeans or pants.

And then you have sports bras :P.
Posted 10/7/12
Carbo holds my breasts for me.
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I'd say its easy to unhook it from the back, but as to the picture with the rubics cube hook replacement, I'd say f**k it, I'm using scissors
Posted 10/7/12
I do tricks.
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I once was dared to wear a bra. It was definitely my favourite thing.
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