This one is dedicated to all of you who often complain about the size of your small boobies. Read this and you’ll get a different point of view that will help you feel grateful for having those boobies in small size. Btw, this posting was taken from my blog when I was single. Pardon for some foul language, ok?🙂
Sometimes ago, I went shopping to Ambassador Mall with my sister and a friend. The plan was, to shop for the latest shirts and dresses that are in and hip among the youngsters.
Actually, I enjoy shopping very much. During my several job trips to Singapore, I always spent hours perday in Orchard Road and Mustafa Center just to shop and look around. The same thing happened to all places that I’ve been through, local or abroad. In Jakarta, my two favorite shopping spots are Pasar Baru and Pasar Senen, the biggest vintage shopping centers with very very reasonable price. I could stay there for hours, buying, bargaining and everything.
Yet, shopping also brings me lots of pain and heart break. Especially if I have to shop for clothes and underwear. Well, if you have big err.. “assets” like mine, you don’t have as many options as those with small “assets” do. It’s hard to get clothes, especially blouses or shirts and bra, that fit this kind of figure.
Consequently, I always try to avoid blouse and bra shopping. I prefer shoes to those two items. I just don’t want to break my heart badly whenever I see a pretty top or blouse with reasonable price but can’t fit into them because of my “assets”.. oh fuck, let me just say the word out loud, BOOBS.
Well, some people say that I should feel blessed with these two things stuck on my chest for almost 17 years.
“Lots and lots of girls would kill to have boobs like you Hon! Even Hollywood celebrities spend thousands of dollars to have silicone implanted in their boobs. I know the feeling because I want them too,” says one of my bestfriends, who always thinks that her boobs are too small.
Yeah, the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. You small-breasted women just don’t know how hard it is to have boobs like mine. There will always be problems with everything. From picking the suitable clothes until picking the right guys. Here are some examples:
1. I can’t do sports without attracting the opposite sex.
The jiggly-wiggly things in my chest keep men’s, and women’s, continuous stare everytime I run on a treadmill, jump around in an aerobic class or play basketball. This is a really annoying attention that I don’t want. It’s already hard to keep my breath steadily with these heavy lumps attached, let alone do it with those eyes staring at me. Luckily, I have one smart solution, yoga. There’s no hopping and jumping, and the class is usually full of women too. Hurraayy!!
2. I can’t choose clothes freely. There is always figure discrimination in local and Asian shops.
Yes, you girls surely agree with this, right? Local brands are doing great discrimination to curvy women like us. Okay, they sell the clothes with reasonable price and cute models. But the size, man, they’re just tooo small!!
I once tried to fit into a cute dress with less than Rp 100.000 price, and guess what? It fitted into my waist, perfecly. It also fitted into my arms, perfectly. But when it went up into my boobs, the zipper couldn’t be fastened. Damn it!
Another experience is when I was in Cambodia a couple of years ago. I saw that some girls wearing cute tank tops with Angkor Watt pictures. When I went to the local market, I asked the seller, whether he had that kind of tank top or not. And you know what his answer is?
“Yes, but we have it small, not fit for big woman like you!” he said in broken English, while laughing and staring at my, you know, boobs.
Aaarghh.. This is why I hate shopping for clothes!
3. I’m always suspicious with why men are attracted and want to get to know me.
You know, I’ve always been a low-self-esteemed person. I never believe that there’s a man attracted to me because I have some kind of special traits or something. I always think they’re attracted to my boobs, not me. Period.
But sometimes I also feel the contradiction. When a man doesn’t like me, I always blame my boobs for that. I always think, because of these thingies, they just feel disgusted and pick the girls with small ones. Complicated, eh?
That’s why sometimes I’m tempted to do plastic surgery to reduce my boob size. Just like what Titi DJ did sometimes ago. Yet, considering the effects and the very expensive costs, I really have to think about it again and again.
Besides, I still love to tease my small-breasted girlfriends. It’s so much fun to see the envious look on their faces whenever I complain about my boobs. Sorry girls, but your sorrow is my only true happiness ;)
P.S: For those who want to go under the knife and get some implants, please look at this picture first :D
*picture’s taken from here *