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Post Reply Why do women get breast implants, what's better- natural or fake?
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We can be selfish together brah.




Get over here bro.
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Personally I want my breast to be smaller because they hurt my back. However I do like natural better. I just don't understand the appeal of 'guys wanting big breast women' because gravity won't be kind to them later on.


One of my girlfriends in college had reduction surgery because she was having major back pain, so I know it can really be a problem.
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Natural is still my best preference. I love to tell my gf how beautiful she looks with natural breasts, even if they're not full B's or C's. Nothing wrong with getting implants though, unless you're abusing plastic surgery.
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Get over here bro.


In this gif, you're Boo and I'm the one-eyed monster (hehe).

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That I think is one of the fundamental differences between the sexes. I can look at a guy and think "hey that's a good looking dude" and there's nothing even remotely sexual about that sentiment, but I'm don't want, need, or care to see a dudes junk... Women can act like that and it's harmless, or at least no one complains....


Yeah, I don't mind giving another dude his due, like admit he's better-looking than me, or more ripped than me, etc. But men just aren't as comfortable with each other as women are. Plus I guess it doesn't help that socially, it's just more acceptable when women get touchy-feely casually, but when guys do it, well they'll just get hazed.

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moneygrip3030 wrote:

That I think is one of the fundamental differences between the sexes. I can look at a guy and think "hey that's a good looking dude" and there's nothing even remotely sexual about that sentiment, but I'm don't want, need, or care to see a dudes junk... Women can act like that and it's harmless, or at least no one complains....


Yeah, I don't mind giving another dude his due, like admit he's better-looking than me, or more ripped than me, etc. But men just aren't as comfortable with each other as women are. Plus I guess it doesn't help that socially, it's just more acceptable when women get touchy-feely casually, but when guys do it, well they'll just get hazed.



I would totally grab your junk, man.
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Winterfells wrote:


moneygrip3030 wrote:

That I think is one of the fundamental differences between the sexes. I can look at a guy and think "hey that's a good looking dude" and there's nothing even remotely sexual about that sentiment, but I'm don't want, need, or care to see a dudes junk... Women can act like that and it's harmless, or at least no one complains....


Yeah, I don't mind giving another dude his due, like admit he's better-looking than me, or more ripped than me, etc. But men just aren't as comfortable with each other as women are. Plus I guess it doesn't help that socially, it's just more acceptable when women get touchy-feely casually, but when guys do it, well they'll just get hazed.



Too true. I know dudes that refuse to acknowledge that a guy is good looking. It doesn't mean you're gay if you think a dude is a handsome man (there is also nothing wrong with being gay if you are BTW). I think most guys are so hung up on being judged as gay or maybe they're homophobic, but to not be able to admit that Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp is a stud is kinda sad.... You should be secure enough in your sexuality to be comfortable making such observations. But I grew up in Miami and I have a lot of gay friends, so my experience is probably atypical...
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Forget about breasts, I like booty!

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I would totally grab your junk, man.


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Too true. I know dudes that refuse to acknowledge that a guy is good looking. It doesn't mean you're gay if you think a dude is a handsome man (there is also nothing wrong with being gay if you are BTW). I think most guys are so hung up on being judged as gay or maybe they're homophobic, but to not be able to admit that Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp is a stud is kinda sad.... You should be secure enough in your sexuality to be comfortable making such observations. But I grew up in Miami and I have a lot of gay friends, so my experience is probably atypical...


Yeah, a person who is secure in their own identity should not be afraid of having to prove themselves to other people. Athletes that acknowledge other pro athletes does not mean they think they aren't qualified or can't perform. Same with any other profession.

There are some countries out there where it's acceptable for men to be more "bromantic" like kiss each other the cheeks as a greeting. That's cool with me.

Miami, that's fucking sweet man. I grew up in Seattle, so we're also pretty liberal up here. I think big city folks will tend to accept homosexuality easier than say someone living in a small town, out in the country or something. Just less exposure breeds more fear I guess.
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zombienation6 wrote:

I am a woman and i am blessed with good sized bresteses. i want to get some implants when i get older when the start to sag... it sucks but it happens. i will do it for my self. as an old lady i want to have the self esteem to stretch in public and not be ashamed of my brests. but right now im good with mine... on the vote with whats better fake or natural i go....... depends on the age...

PS women are so much hotter when they own some more natural looking bresteses


I applaud your use use of term bresteses as that is the scientific term for a women's mammaries.
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Forget about breasts, I like booty!



Actually with all this talk of breasteses I neglected to mention I'm actually an ass man myself... Damn CR forums getting me all sexually conflicted....
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karmacide wrote:

I would totally grab your junk, man.


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moneygrip3030 wrote:

Too true. I know dudes that refuse to acknowledge that a guy is good looking. It doesn't mean you're gay if you think a dude is a handsome man (there is also nothing wrong with being gay if you are BTW). I think most guys are so hung up on being judged as gay or maybe they're homophobic, but to not be able to admit that Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp is a stud is kinda sad.... You should be secure enough in your sexuality to be comfortable making such observations. But I grew up in Miami and I have a lot of gay friends, so my experience is probably atypical...


Yeah, a person who is secure in their own identity should not be afraid of having to prove themselves to other people. Athletes that acknowledge other pro athletes does not mean they think they aren't qualified or can't perform. Same with any other profession.

There are some countries out there where it's acceptable for men to be more "bromantic" like kiss each other the cheeks as a greeting. That's cool with me.

Miami, that's fucking sweet man. I grew up in Seattle, so we're also pretty liberal up here. I think big city folks will tend to accept homosexuality easier than say someone living in a small town, out in the country or something. Just less exposure breeds more fear I guess.


I've only been to Seattle once for a week of IT training, but I loved the town. Really chill vibe, cool restaurants, and the people were very cool. Hope to visit again one day. I totally agree with your big city vs. little city theory. People always hate and fear what they don't understand. Which confuses the shit out of me. I'm all about learning and experiencing new places and things. I'm never afraid of trying something new. That doesn't mean I'll always partake, but it's not because I'm scared....
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Not sure if anyone's mentioned this before, but ever heard of breast cancer?

More then enough reason for plastic breast surgery.

I for one, enjoy having the natural pair, but I don't discriminate.
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Not sure if anyone's mentioned this before, but ever heard of breast cancer?

More then enough reason for plastic breast surgery.

I for one, enjoy having the natural pair, but I don't discriminate.


Yes, I have friends that have had mastectomies, and I feel for anyone that has to go through that.
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Yeah it definitely sucks.
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