Another questions for the ladies  

rm_alamo1235 59M
487 posts
4/28/2006 7:25 pm

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5/29/2011 10:20 am

Another questions for the ladies

First I would like to say I am not concerned with breast size, I enjoy all sizes but I am more intersted in the nipple to be quite honest. But to get back to the question or comment. I am truly confused about breast/cup size,not that it matters but you see smaller breast with a larger breast/cup size than some of the larger breast. Could any of you ladies shed some light on this for me. Thanks in advance for your reply.

JaniSux 46F

4/29/2006 6:37 pm

Hi, I'm in your network and just stopped by to check out your blog..

I'm not sure if I understand your question but I'll tell ya what I know.. Regarding a size like.. 46 DD

46 - it's 46 inches to go all the way around the body, measured at the pointiest tips of the breasts.

DD - is the cup size, the size of cup that will sufficiently cover most of the breast comfortably.. now the difference between single letters and double letters.. that's where my knowledge gets hazy.. I just know what fits me comfy..


rm_alamo1235 replies on 5/7/2006 8:49 am:
thank you for your response Jani. I finally figured out how to respond inside the box. I have checked out your blog to. I love your style of writing. The feeling and details you include make me feel I am right there. Thanks again.

IHaveHerpes1000 56F

5/2/2006 3:20 am

The cup size is the difference between the band size and the fullest part of the breast. The band size is the measurement directly under the breast plus 5. The cup size: 1" difference is A cup. 2" difference is B cup. 3" difference is C cup. 4" difference is D cup. 5" difference is DD cup, and so on. I hope this helped you.

ALittleSpice 51M/54F

1/2/2011 9:34 pm

This just means that these women aren’t sure how to measure their breast size properly, but it’s probably not their fault...many women don't. You would be surprised at how many women are wearing the wrong size bra.
The number indicates the size around the upper body (under the breasts)...but bra companies don't even use the actual tape measure size...they tell you to add X and X is different depending on the bra company, then you check their scale to get your number size. The letter is the cup size but it is measured one of two ways(depending on the bra company). 1) Measure around the torso over the breast (nipple area) add X and look at the bra companies scale to find the cup size...2) take the same measurement as 1 then measure the torso around the upper part of the breast (right below wear the upper part of the breast attaches to the torso) and subtract the two...then look at the bra companies scale to find the cup size. I don't even think there are two bra companies with the same scale. So women are just as confused as you are! LOL!! All these years and they still can’t find one agreed upon measurement method and one universal scale. Hope this helped.

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