This would seem like the obvious answer yes, but there's a lot more to it than meets the eye! Being DDD or above is actually extremely common, but stores want us to think that DDD is the biggest size so that they can keep their size range narrow and make more sales. So having extremely wide feet is a lot less common than being DDD+. The average size is somewhere around the F-FF range, so a lot of women are DDD+.
That may be, but that's not what the majority BUY.I used to buy size 12 shoes - even though they fit me poorly - because that's what was available in stores, and I didn't know better. Now I order shoes that fit me properly. But from the perspective of the stores that sold me those size 12s, there was no demand for 10.5 EEEE shoes and some demand for size 12s, so that's what they stocked.If more women demand larger cup sizes, and stop buying the smaller cup sizes, the stores will adapt. Until then, the stores are doing what makes them the most money, and it's been working for them.
Yes, the majority of people BUY A-DDD cups but what other choice do they have? They don't realize that this is wrong. The majority BUY what's available to them. If the standard cup size range in most stores is A-DDD, this in turn makes people think that this reflects the majority of society when in reality it doesn't. The actual range would be closer to D-GG (A, B and C cups are quite rare when correctly fitted).I used to buy 32A and 30B bras even though they fit me poorly (but also because of the societal misconception that only A and B cups can be small - I have small boobs, and also because of being fitted as a 32A/30B in THREE different stores - YEP). Now I buy 26E bras that fit perfectly. There's very little demand for 26E bras so they are very hard to find - but here's the thing, they shouldn't be. It's an extremely common size. As a bra fitter I fit women in 26 bands EVERY DAY. I get women on my Instagram page asking me where they can buy 26 band bras EVERY DAY. Even 24 bands. I fitted one girl who was a 22 band and she wasn't malnourished or anything (I've had people on here tell me that as a 26 band I must be a child or anorexic, yep, seriously), she was just very short (4'10) with a very small waist (21''). This is a serious problem and luckily nowadays people are beginning to learn more about bra sizing and bra fitting but it will take a LONG time to fix decades of societal misconceptions and misinformation - misconceptions and misinformation that are SO deeply rooted and you can see this clearly reflected in this thread by the people who label me as a troll for trying to shed light on this situation.
I'm not disagreeing with you - but it's going to be up to women to create the DEMAND for those sizes. It was up to me to create demand for my size of shoe - and for years, I didn't create any demand for the right size, because I couldn't be bothered - but now I buy the right size, even though I have to go out of my way to do so, and so I'm helping to build the demand for that size.Women will need to learn what you've learned, and they're going to have to go out of their way to spend their money in places where they can buy those sizes, and over time, some shops will find they're losing money by not offering those sizes, and some will change their stocking policies. That's how these things work. Demand normally has to come first.
I'm not disagreeing with you either! I agree with that totally. That's why I am so passionate about this. As more and more women become educated about bra sizing and bra fitting and as more and more women find their true bra size and realize that their sizes are hard to find due to the very narrow size range that stores have gotten away with carrying for so long, eventually stores will have to cater to our needs and start supplying us with the sizes we need. Unfortunately, we are nowhere near this currently. So many people are still being fooled. Everything you have said is true and I appreciate you having a civil, educated conversation with me. Even the mods here are all out to get me!
same for a guy that is over 6 foot 4 and weighs 200 pounds. I have to special order my pants
It's good that you are making an effort to educate people, but in my opinion you'd probably get better results by being more direct about it, rather than a click-bait technique. Write up a nice MyTake with pics and graphs, and when you see people posting incorrect info, or you see girls talking about their ill-fitting bras, you can link to your post, and offer to answer any specific questions they might have.I think your current posting style is turning people off who might otherwise value the information you're trying to share, and that's a shame, but it's also something you can change.
I understand what you're saying, but honestly I feel I'm reaching more people this way. I did a myTake before and barely reached anyone (although it has been mentioned in other threads a couple of times). At least with these questions I can ask questions that directly correlate to the misconceptions, get more replies and get in more conversations with people about this, regularly. I'm sure the mods would delete a mytake from me anyways!
Funny how there's a lack of demand when the average is roughly F-FF (I know society tells you the average is C but this is untrue)
well the average in the us is dd
Says who? 90% of women wear the wrong bra size so those studies that claim to know the average bra size are all inaccurate. As a bra fitter, and having corresponded with bra fitters in various other parts of the world, the TRUE average amongst CORRECTLY-FITTED women is closer to the F-FF-G range.
says women lol the average is probably lower than that but definitely not bigger most women i meet are at most d or dd never over
No, most women you meet are probably WEARING D-DD but they are wearing the wrong size. Here's Sydney Sweeney, she's what most people would consider a C-D-DD cup but she's actually more like a 28GG.
sure lady i totally agree
It doesn't matter to me whether you do or don't, I'm just trying my best to educate people! Have a great day
'fit out side of the norm' - but the average size is roughly F-FF so how can being above DDD be out of the norm? Have you ever used a reliable bra size calculator like abrathatfits/boob or bust?
I guess I should have specified clothing industry norms. The average bra size in the United States is 34DD and 36DD in the UK. I go to a specialized bra store to get fitted.
Unfortunately 90% of women wear the wrong bra size so data about the average bra size is inaccurate. Although I'm a bra fitter myself, I wouldn't recommend getting fitted in a specialized store because so many of them fit incorrectly, which is part of the reason why so many of us wear the wrong size. It's always worth measuring yourself just to make sure they have you in the right size!
if 90% wears the wrong size than how do you know that average f-ff?
Years of experience fitting people correctly. And correspondence with other reliable bra fitters who noted the same thing.
Fusion points out bra sizing has simply gotten more accurate, thanks to Oprah. In 2005, she dedicated an entire show to helping women discover their true size and demanding professional bra fitters follow suite presumably after a 2004 study found 80 percent of all women were in the wrong size bra. Women who thought they were a B found out they were really a DD. The way to deduce your bra size is to subtract your band size from your bust measurement, so 37 inches (bust) — 34 inches (band) equals 3 inches or a 34C, Real Simple explained.www.medicaldaily.com/average-bra-size-america-plus-4-other-breast-size-facts-you-may-not-have-known-365516
I don't see where this paragraph correlates with my question. Can you be a bit clearer in your point please?
If stating that you are incorrect about the average bra size. My sources are sited in the link
@SubarugirlThis is the "bra troll". Just don't feed it. Sorry dear. Hope you had a nice holiday break! ❤️
'If stating that you are incorrect about the average bra size. My sources are sited in the link'It's impossible to have any sources on this when the majority of women wear the wrong size. I have explained that already.
@PrettyPriya thanks girl! I wasn’t sure what was going on for a minute there 😂
@subarugirl What's going on is you had a chance to learn something about bra sizing and bra fitting but you've taken a mods word for it and assumed that because they said I'm a troll - it must be true. The mods have taken a dislike to me since day 1, I'd take everything they say with a grain of salt. Delve into some bra fitting groups like boob or bust (Facebook) and abrathatfits (Reddit) for a couple of days and then you can decide if I'm a troll. You can't just blindly take someone's word for it. I know that the average size being F-FF is unbelievable (I've been in your position before) but there's many reasons for so many women wearing the wrong bra size and these societal misconceptions (such as C = medium and DDD = huge) are a huge part of it.
hon, that mod is a friend of mine... so yes I trust her when she says someone is a troll.. she's not the one tryin to tell everyone the average cup size is a FF. I know how bra fitting works, thanks. I don't know where you live but where I am, I can assure you that the average cup size is not a FF. You your self said that most women wear the wrong size bra, so how would you even know what average cup size is if 90% of the information out there is incorrect according to you.
See you say you know how bra sizing works but the fact that you can't get your head around F-FF being average just shows that you don't. I'm not going to try justify myself to you any more. I do highly recommend you do some research in the groups I mentioned because you have a LOT to learn.
Don't trust me, don't trust your friend, trust the hundreds of thousands of women in those groups who have found their correct size after being incorrectly fitted all their lives (like I was, and probably you too).
@SubarugirlSo early here. So! I will sum this BS up with a why don't we start our own FB bra fitting group/class? Then we can refute such nonsense. You let me know, good friend. 😊
@PrettyPriya Good luck with that.
@softleyautumnal No worries. @Subarugirl and I got this. 👍by the way, still crushing on that top. Must fit 30GGG easily.
@PrettyPriya No such thing as 30GGG, but if you're referring to 30GG, here's what it looks like:www.bigcuplittlecup.net/.../ This blogger is wearing a 30GG in the post as this was the best size for her in this bra, because she found that the band in the 28 band (her true band size) was a bit tight in this style. She also notes she was a 26 band before (wow SO RARe THouGH righT?). hourglassy.com/.../ Here's a different blogger wearing a Panache Sports Bra in 30GG.comicsgirlsneedbras.com/.../ Here's another different blogger wearing a 30GG, although she noted that a 30G would be better.2cakesonaplate.wordpress.com/.../ Here's one more blogger wearing 30GG.30GG is a UK size by the way, in the US it's a 30J.https://www.instagram.com/weirwonderful/ This is the Instagram account of a Curvy Kate bra fitter and she is a 30GG/H! Very great resource for accurate bra fitting knowledge.If that wasn't enough for you, you could also check out the Bratabase page for 30GG (https://www. bratabase. com/browse/by-size/30:10/), loads of 30GG women. Bratabase in a nutshell is a website for reviewing bras and seeing how different styles run size-wise.Hope this helps! :)
Actually it wouldn't be so few customers! The average is somewhere around the F-FF range so there are LOADS of women who need DDD+, they just don't realize it because society teaches us that DDD = small boobs. But yep the second part of your answer is 100% correct, these stores keep fitting people into cup sizes too small to make more sales!
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This is the obvious answer, but it's not at all true. The average is around F-FF, so there are LOADS of women larger than DDD. How? Because DDD isn't large, this is a societal misconception that we've all been fooled by. 'But I've seen DDD women and their boobs were very large?' - yes, I have no doubt that you've seen women with very large boobs wearing DDD cups but 90% of women wear the wrong bra size. Most women who wear DDD cups actually need something like GG-H.
Do you know what's funny?We've talked multiple times and you STILL don't get it.The average is roughly F-FF so there are plenty of people above DDD and every store should carry these sizes.
What a damn troll.
LMAO!! That IS a good one!! Did you hear the one about the farmer's daughter and the horse?
@PrettyPriya She certainly IS, isn't she?
You guys are hilarious!
So we have a man here who I've talked to about 5 times but STILL hasn't understood anything I've said, and we have a woman who has never even had a proper discussion with me and just comments 'troll' on everything I do. Interesting.
Back at ya!
Nope, this is incorrect. The average size is somewhere around the F-FF range so LOADS of women are DDD plus without being busty.
Bra sizes have been exploding over the last 20-30 years. Apparently the average American size was 34B in the 90s, then 34DD in 2013. I guess it makes sense that the average cup size has grown passed DDD now... maybe it's a question women just not being measured properly? If obesity is the problem, there's no way I could believe that the average woman maintained a 34 inch rib cage while her breasts expanded 3 cup sizes because cup size is the number of inches your breast rests beyond your ribs.What makes you say that they are bigger than a DDD without being busty? Maybe the problem is that women aren't really a 34" band, so the larger cups aren't really needed. I know that size 34 men's jeans have vanity sizing.
Any data you see on the 'average bra size' is inaccurate because 90% of women wear the wrong bra size and because correct bra fitting and bra size measuring information is unfortunately not widespread.
You can literally be small busted and be a DDD or above, so it's a disgrace that most stores stop at this size!
You think? The average is roughly F-FF (yes I know society tells you it's a C - this is a misconception), so sizes over DDD should be available in every store.
Sounds like a business opportunity. What about the plus-size stores? Are there still any?
DDD+ and plus size aren't synonymous!
DDD+ doesn't mean big! This is the problem. Society has fooled us into thinking that being a D, DD, DDD or bigger means you have big boobs - this is not the case at all. Many people think that C cups are the average size but the actual average (I am a bra fitter) is closer to F-FF. So LOADS of women need sizes over DDD but how are they to know, when A-DDD is the standard size range sold (the reason for this is that stores make more money by keeping their size ranges narrow).
If that’s the case then what do they do with all the A cups since that seems to be in the negatives according to you
It's a tricky one. LOADS of women wear A and B cups, but very few women actually ARE A and B cups. Most women who wear A and B cups are actually in the C to DDD range.
So the ones that are A cup don’t even need a bra because they are completely flat I guess
You could say that about people who are TRUE A cups yes, they would be completely flat. They still might like to wear a bra though, bra wearing isn't a 'need' it's a preference for some people.
Why, how large is DDD?
Strange how those sizes 'don't sell' when the average is roughly F-FF
yea ok. I think you're the bra size troll. so... I'm out
Lol. What a sad world we live in when people who spread accurate information about bra sizes are labelled 'trolls'.
Strange how there would be a lack of demand when the average is roughly FF
I wish it were that simple. When 90% of women wear the wrong bra size, any source stating the 'average bra size' or 'average cup size' is going to be inaccurate. As a bra fitter, I can say from experience (and from correspondence with other bra fitters) that F-FF is somewhere around the average. Most women that come into me wearing C cups (what most people think is average) end up being E-F-FF, sometimes G. You don't have to take my word for it, though. Here are the Instagram handles of some reliable bra fitters - send them a message asking what they think the average cup size is and they will respond! @brafittingsbycourt is one, there's also @bellarosalingerie and @thelingerieprincess!
This couldn't be more incorrect!
😂I don’t know then.
There are a lot of reasons. But the main flaw in your answer is you're thinking that DDD and above is large - this couldn't be more untrue! But I don't blame you for thinking this, the majority people do and I did for a VERY long time.
My wife is DDD and hers are huge.
Your wife, like 90% of women, is probably wearing the wrong bra size! What band size is she?
What size are you? I'll help if I can!
That seems like the obvious answer but is actually not true at all! The average is around F-FF so loads of women need DDD+, but because of brands only carrying A-DDD, all women think they fit in this range and so the smallest women buy A and B even when they might be DD+ and the largest women buy DD and DDD even when they might be GG+.
It's because they're overweight, they need to lose all that weight
No it's not at all.
So you're saying you're SLIM and have bigger than DDD cups?
If so, then I'M YOUR NEW DADDY
I'm slim and have DDD cups. Here's a slim person who has bigger than DDD cups.Jennifer Lawrence looks like a 28F/FF here. Before you come at me saying she's not because Google says she's not - Google is not a bra fitter. I am a bra fitter and so I know what different sizes look like.
Hers look like C cups, my BDSM Sub who lives in Portland has Double Ds and they look bigger than hers! See below this is my sub
Yes, Jennifer Lawrence looks like SOCIETY'S idea of C cups but unfortunately the societal idea of what different cup sizes look like is nothing but a misconception. Jennifer is a 28F/FF roughly in the picture I posted. The girl in the pictures you posted looks like a 28GG/H. 90% of women wear the wrong bra size as a result of being fitted incorrectly.
Here's another angle of my Sub below
I've had sex with tons of b-tches who have all different sizes, but mainly Cs up to Double Ds. That's how I know what these women typically wear, I see the bras upclose
You're tellin me you're slim with bigger t! ts than my sub? She's 5'3 / 110 and Double Ds. Show me your physique, I doubt yours are bigger and she is comfortable in Double D bras
'I've had sex with tons of b-tches who have all different sizes, but mainly Cs up to Double Ds. That's how I know what these women typically wear, I see the bras upclose'As I said, I have no doubt that these women WEAR these sizes. But seeing as 90% of women wear the wrong size it's highly unlikely that all the women you've met have been in the 10% who wear the correct size, therefore it's likely that the women who were C cups were closer to F-FF and the women who were DD cups were closer to GG. This is usually the case.'You're tellin me you're slim with bigger t! ts than my sub? She's 5'3 / 110 and Double Ds.Show me your physique, I doubt yours are bigger and she is comfortable in Double D bras'You're not reading what I am saying. No mine aren't bigger than hers. They are way smaller. I'm a 26E. We are a similar weight and height actually, so she's probably a 26GG/H. Not a DD/DDD. She might be comfortable in those bras but bras that are the wrong size can feel comfortable even when they're causing tissue migration. You should get her to measure herself.
send me a DM of your measuring your own and I'll pass it along to her. And I'm assuming you'd be comfortable wearing a B or even A cup from the sounds of it if you're way smaller than my sub. And only 26 and not something like 34 or 36, only being around 5'2 and 110 lbs, they can't be too big
Why on earth would I do that? If you want to know what mine look like, just Google Ariana Grande. When I wore the wrong size, some of my A and B cup bras were comfortable but some were very uncomfortable. Either way, they were the wrong size (way too small in the cup, and way too big in the band) and I feel much more comfortable now in my 26E bras, which fit perfectly. Get your woman to measure herself with the abrathatfits calculator (Google it) and she will probably be something like a 26GG/28G.
Ariana Grande has tiny t! ts
Yep she does, and so do I, and that's what I told you - 26E (known as 26DDD in the US) is a small size.
They shouldn't be! The average is somewhere between F-FF so loads of women are DDD+
When I do find them, it is hard to find cute ones. They are usually plain and ugly
I can see if I have any recommendations! What size are you?
Is that the size the abrathatfits calculator gives you?
Sorry, I had to ask because 38DDD is a size that people are almost always incorrectly fitted in! Have you looked for 38DDD from Breakout Bras?
I have never used them
They are good!
That's what society would make you think! The average is closer to F-FF so there are LOTS of women who need sizes above DDD.
I don't know where you found that information but it's not correct. actually the UK has the largest average bust size on the entire planet and their average is C cup.
and this is not opinion or what society thinks :D this is actually scientifically surveyed, believe it or not :D
I'm a bra fitter. It is very hard for women to find this information unfortunately and you won't find it with a quick Google search. If correct bra fitting information was readily available to women, we wouldn't have such a problem with this. Any of those articles you see about 'average cup sizes' are inaccurate because 90% of women wear the wrong bra size. Do you really think the women 'scientifically surveyed' were in the 10% that wear the correct size? Of course not!C is nowhere near average no matter where you are. It's important to note though, that 'C' is not a static size. Cup sizes aren't static. A 26C is much smaller than a 36C. Having said that though, a correctly fitted 36C does not look like what people think it looks like.
the average of uk women is 29 C, which is the largest in the world. if a woman wears a bra that feels good to her, you don't get to tell her that this size is wrong. i wear xl t-shirts, even though my correct size is m-l that doesn't mean i wear "the wrong size". it means i wear the size i choose. and if what women choose is what matters for sales, then what ever happens to be the "theoretically correct size" doesn't matter.
Firstly, there's no such thing as 29C - band sizes don't come in odd numbers.You can WEAR whatever size you like. But your measurements correspond to a size. That is your size. Do you have to wear the proper size? No. But most women want the proper size and unfortunately are fooled by various bra brands into thinking bras that are way too small are the proper size.My shoe size is 4. That is my size. I can wear a 2 if I want, but that doesn't make me a shoe size 2. I'm still a 4.
sorry, i missread the source. the number was the associated average BMI, not the band size.but either way. i don't really care about what you believe, when the science says something different. if you wana say they're wrong, go publish your paper on it.
and even if you were right, that still doesn't matter. consume behavior of the customers informs the decision that ware houses make when it comes to orders. not such facts.
if nobody bought a C size bra, stores wouldn't have them in stock. if everyone bought DDD and higher, stores would have those in stock.
Link me 'the science'.
184.108.40.206/.../...leJOFHSBreastSizebyCountry.pdfbut again. even if this is wrong. that doesn't matter at all for the reasons previously stated. consumer behavior informs stocking decisions, not what the customer actually needs theoretically.the store cares about what the customer buys. not about what the customer would need in theory. because money is made with the former, not the latter.
So something that's labelled 'scientific article' is automatically true?It absolutely matters. Obviously it doesn't matter to you. It matters to women. They are being squeezed into too-small cups too often, and putting up with it because of another societal misconception - the one that bras are meant to be uncomfortable.'The store cares about what the customer buys. not about what the customer would need in theory. because money is made with the former, not the latter' - I mean, this is true. This is why this is such a problem. It doesn't matter to the stores because as you said - money. But it still MATTERS.
well if you had actually read the article (i can tell from your response that you didn't even look at it), you would have noticed, that they actually accounted for the issues you stated by using 3d measuring techniques. so it's not an "opinion survey" it's a mixed method survey that utilizes actual 3d physical measurements as well.and i don't know if you don't understand basic economics but what the customer (in this case women) buys is what matters. not what they need. it's not that some corporate asshole wants to make women suffer. if you believe that, you're dumb. it's simply the fact that most women buy C cup bras. it doesn't matter if it's the wrong or the right size for them. but that's what makes the stores stock those sizes of bras. not the other way around. this is not a chicken and hen question. this is an economic question. and every store that does not have what most people wanna buy will go bankrupt. that's just how it is.
why do you think 99% of shit in the supermarket is highly processed sugary food? cause that's good and healthy for people?no. cause that's what people buy. simple as that.
a store has no power selling the customer shit that the customer does not want. it's the customers fault that the wares are not what they need. not the stores fault.
When I responded to your last comment, I hadn't read the article. I have now. Having now read the article:1. The measurements, which was the single data collection method for many of the countries studied - appear to have been taken with a bra on - this will never be accurate.2. There was no leaning bust measurement taken, only standing bust, this also makes it inaccurate as for most women, your leaning bust measurement will take you up 1-4 cup sizes due to projection. My standing bust measurement alone would make me a 26D, which is way too small, I'm actually a 26E because I have a 2 inch difference between my standing bust and leaning bust.3. In the screenshot from the 3D scanner, 'cup size: D' is extremely inaccurate. The person in the picture looks closer to G/GG. 4. What they've done here is they've taken the 3D scanner volume results, and translated that volume onto a 34 band, which is the biggest problem with this study. So if someone had a volume of 240CC, they could have been a 26D, 28C or 30B but they'd have been marked as an AA cup because this volume on a 34 band would be an AA cup. If someone had a volume of 590CC, they could be a 26FF, 28F, 30E, 32DD etc but they'd have been marked a D cup because this volume on a 34 band would be a D cup. So you can see how this would mess up the findings. So take for example the findings for Canada. The average volume was 1194, which they listed as an 'E cup' - this makes zero sense, because the possible cup sizes for a volume of roughly 1194 are 44C, 42D, 40DD, 38E, 36F, 34FF, 32G, 30GG, 28H, 28HH.5. One of their references is an article about measuring bra size from Victoria's Secret. Victoria's Secret use the +4 method to measure (adding 4/5 inches to underbust to get band size which is incorrect) so they were likely doing this when they measured their participants, which would put them in a cup size at least 4 sizes too small.
'And i don't know if you don't understand basic economics but what the customer (in this case women) buys is what matters. not what they need' I don't think you understand what I care about. I don't care about economics, I care about women finding the right bra size and not being fooled by the economy.'It's simply the fact that most women buy C cup bras' - yes, because most stores only carry A-DDD so women that are 'medium sized' see C as being in the middle of that range, so they buy C cups. It doesn't make it right. 'It doesn't matter if it's the wrong or the right size for them' - it does matter. Not to you, or to these brands, or to the economy, but to the people wearing the bras.'Why do you think 99% of shit in the supermarket is highly processed sugary food? cause that's good and healthy for people? no. cause that's what people buy. simple as that' - ok so people buy it, does that make it right? Does that make it healthy?'A store has no power selling the customer shit that the customer does not want' - women want well-fitting bras. Ask any woman if they'd like to wear a bra that makes their boobs look good, feels like a second skin and that they don't wanna take off the minute they get home and the majority will say yes.
Do you think? Well, the average is roughly F-FF so it's actually quite common!
Why not? The average is roughly F-FF so how could sizes above DDD not sell?
Average F-FF sounds nice... but that's just not the case lol
@PeterSmith1983You are right. We have been dealing with this troll that will NOT provide a thread of proof to her claim. Well said, my friend.
@PrettyPriya What kind of proof would you like? Funny how I'm the troll yet you comment on every single thing I do.
Why does it sound nice? Because F and FF are huge cup sizes? Nope, this is just what society has fooled you into thinking.
Society fooled me thinking that this is huge or that it's nice? Or both?
Not just you, the majority of people. We hear F-FF and we think omg that must be huge!
Okay well good luck with your not huge boobs x
I mean I never said anything about my own but thanks I guess? Haha
What is your own size?
Sounds a beautiful size
It's very small, just so you know
Probably better to judge with picture
Google Ariana Grande, that's basically the same as me
Nah no point looking at someone else
Anyway, if ever you're wondering what 26E looks like, you can look up Ariana Grande, or even Natalie Portman, and then you will see that it is a small size (before you tell me Google says they are 32A - Google is not a bra fitter and the person who writes those measurements and statistics for celebrities have been fooled by societal misconceptions also like the rest of us). So many girls wear 32A yet a correctly fitted 32A is actually extremely rare.
I don't know what's funny.
Your conspiracy theory about bra's it's hilarious
Trust me, I wish it were only a conspiracy theory. So you're one of those. It's funny how some men can't handle having a conversation with women who know more than them about a particular topic. Even when it's something particular to women, such as bras.
Oh here we go it's one of the 'I'll never let a woman tell me I'm wrong' men again!
I know right
That would seem like the obvious answer, but nope, it actually is common! The average isn't C like society tells you, the average is somewhere around F-FF so LOADS of women need DDD+ bras (they just don't realize it!) because they see A-DDD being the common size range so they assume they must fit somewhere in that range.
It’s a nice Breast size
How do you know? What does it look like?
My girlfriend has huge breasts
Are they DDD?
You couldn't be more incorrect! (I don't blame you though, I thought this once too!)