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****.

That's what I've called my breats. The word "boob" is around word, it's a full word, its a word with two OO's in it.

***- its small, it's quick and it sounds triangular.

I was hassled when I was younger about "not being developed." Those people were idiots.

Recently my **** grew. I'm in my twenties and this was a surprise, but they were still ****. Then, I put on some weight. They're pushing boobs now, and I don't like it.

I love having small breats. I can wear just about anything. If I want (or need for a show) bigger breasts, i can stuff a bra or wear falsies. I can run, jump and dance without it causing me back trouble.

I am a proud owner of my small breats, and keeping them small is part of my inspiration for working out and losing some weight.

silvermoon silvermoon 31-35 5 Responses Oct 26, 2007

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i like your attitude

It's nice that you like what you were given and seem to even have reasons like not bouncing. Seems most people always wish they were differnt and never like what they have. I am 5ft. 4 in and short for a guy. I used to want tobe taller for example. I now have learned to except it, hey I can always stand on a chair.<br />
When you were discribing the word **** and boobs the story by George Carlin the comedian came to mind. in his seven words you can't say on tv bit he syas **** sounds like a snack cracker.

I love small ****.

As for running, lol, I tell my kids that I don't run.<br />
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Last time I ran (nephew wrecked bicycle), I had to cross my arms over my chest to avoid looking totally stupid (just partly)..heh

I consider you lucky.<br />
Funny how people with small breasts usually want bigger, and those who do, hate it. <br />
I would glady give mine away for a smaller chest. Mine was big to begin with, then after each kid I had (2), they never shrunk...<br />
In addition to the back problems, etc., I have to buy my bra's online because stores don't carry my size, and I can forget about sport bra's. <br />
It was a hassle breastfeeding too...I had to hold my boob so that I didn't smother my child.