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Breastholders
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Yeah bro, they chafe my back
Posted 10/7/12

AHTL wrote:

Good point.

I once dressed up as a girl, and danced in front of 30ish people at my school. Wasn't alone at dancing, but I was the only guy dressed as girl

Edit: The girls forced me -_-


You know you enjoyed it, you sweet little flower you.
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I kindly assist women in need with both of my hands. It's an arduous task but I'm usually up to the challenge.
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i always thought bra unhooking difficulty was a myth or symbolic to a persons anxiety in that situation in movies or something. its always been very easy for me to unhook them..even back the first time i did it
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If it is time to do "it", I think a grown woman should be able to take it off herself just fine if she feels so inclined to do so. I've only ever taken the undergarment off of a lady once, at her behest. Any other time I don't bother with it, though we don't really need to get completely naked to reproduce...

Sorry if this post is a little too much information. As a guy, the only time I've EVER had to think about the clasp on a bra is before intercourse...
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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...


Should I get into details? But that will break the site rules.
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Normal bras that I can actually unhook, perhaps?
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I once heard of a man that could take off a woman's bra simply by giving her a look. He would just look at her and pop, off it came.

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I've had fairly good luck with getting them off one handed... the reason I say luck is because I try and it works... although every time I think about it I'm reminded of that Mitsudomoe episode where that kid (forget the name) comes up with his technique for taking off a bra, then I think he tries it on Mitsuba and she isn't wearing one or something like that.
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Posted 10/12/12

starry wrote:



Should I get into details? But that will break the site rules.


Yes that is breaking the rule! Tsk tsk!

I prefer front-hook bras since they are quicker to take off. The back ones well you have to get used to it and they are usually easier to hook/unhook when it is the wearer themselves. It is sometimes harder for other people to hook/unhook your own bras because it's like unzipping someone's pants and there's that fumble, since when it is on your body it is much easier to deal with. However, with practice bam and it's off yo!

There! Hope I made it site-rule approvable.
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Well, the front hook bras have proven impossible for me, and I am female. I only wear the ones that hook in the back.
And the larger or more endowed you may be, the more hooks you have...
Most the time hooking or unhooking is fairly simple, unless you run into one of your bras that you washed in the washer machine, and the hook has become bent incorrectly. That problem always becomes apparent when you are late for work, rushing to get ready, and already have three of the hooks latched...

Currently I have found a fabulous bra from Avenue (It is actually called Avenue Body and is made in Sri Lanka) - they tend to be available in the bustier sizes (44DD for me). But what makes this bra great is that it doesn't ride up in back, the underwire doesn't dig into you under the breast or snag you in the arm or under the armpit, and the straps stay on your shoulders where they should be. Perfect fit! And fairly inexpensive at $28.
I used to also wear one from Lane Bryant, but their bras were more expensive and the one I wore was closer to $40. I can't remember the brand because it has been years since I switched to Avenue.

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Tarya wrote:

Well, the front hook bras have proven impossible for me, and I am female. I only wear the ones that hook in the back.
And the larger or more endowed you may be, the more hooks you have...
Most the time hooking or unhooking is fairly simple, unless you run into one of your bras that you washed in the washer machine, and the hook has become bent incorrectly. That problem always becomes apparent when you are late for work, rushing to get ready, and already have three of the hooks latched...

Currently I have found a fabulous bra from Avenue (It is actually called Avenue Body and is made in Sri Lanka) - they tend to be available in the bustier sizes (44DD for me). But what makes this bra great is that it doesn't ride up in back, the underwire doesn't dig into you under the breast or snag you in the arm or under the armpit, and the straps stay on your shoulders where they should be. Perfect fit! And fairly inexpensive at $28.
I used to also wear one from Lane Bryant, but their bras were more expensive and the one I wore was closer to $40. I can't remember the brand because it has been years since I switched to Avenue.



Lane Bryant really has good bras.

I have to agree with the bent hooks. Those are always hard to put to on and you can never rebend them the way they were before being bent by the washing machine.
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The biggest troll are the bras that lock in the front

You go and try to be all smooth about it and then

*pat* *pat* *pat* *in my head* "What kind of magic is this?"

*girl* "uhh it's in the front"

*finds awkward way to use one hand while kissing*

*totally fails*

"Here I'll do it"

*FREEDOM!*
Posted 10/12/12

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The biggest troll are the bras that lock in the front

You go and try to be all smooth about it and then

*pat* *pat* *pat* *in my head* "What kind of magic is this?"

*girl* "uhh it's in the front"

*finds awkward way to use one hand while kissing*

*totally fails*

"Here I'll do it"

*FREEDOM!*


LOLLLLLL

It always ends in that doesn't it.
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Posted 10/12/12 , edited 10/12/12

mochacafe wrote:


starry wrote:



Should I get into details? But that will break the site rules.


Yes that is breaking the rule! Tsk tsk!

I prefer front-hook bras since they are quicker to take off. The back ones well you have to get used to it and they are usually easier to hook/unhook when it is the wearer themselves. It is sometimes harder for other people to hook/unhook your own bras because it's like unzipping someone's pants and there's that fumble, since when it is on your body it is much easier to deal with. However, with practice bam and it's off yo!

There! Hope I made it site-rule approvable.


Front-hook, oh god yes. More women need to get onto this, I swear every women I have been with (Which isn't very many) has had the most unbelievably difficult bra to unhook on the entire planet.

That or the breasts are locking themselves to avoid me like the plague :<
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