I really HATE this stupid ‘joke’:

Have you ever wondered why A, B, C, D, DD, E, F, G, and H are the letters used to define bra sizes?

If you have wondered why, but couldn’t figure out what the letters stood for, it is about time you became informed!

(A} Almost Boobs…

{B} Barely there…

{C} Can’t Complain!..

{D} Dang!…

{DD} Double dang!…

{E} Enormous!…

{F} Fake…

{G} Get a Reduction…

{H} Help me, I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!…

It gives an utter misconception about bra sizes and implies that larger breasted women MUST have fake boobs. Some do and that is fine but why assume that they are not just a kind gift from nature?
Here is my take on it:

(A) A handful
(B) Beautifully proportioned
(C) Cor blimey!
(D) Doncha just love em?
(DD) Ding Dong!
(E) Ello Bravissimo!
(F) Fantastic
(FF) Fake?! Feel them!
(G) Great as pillows πŸ˜‰
(GG) Goodness Gracious!
(H) Hallelujah!
(HH) Hubba hubba!
(J) J’adore!
(JJ) Just so Juicy!
(K) Killer cleavage
(KK) Karma was Kind
(L) Ladylumps

I get angry when people are in disbelief at a bra size or assume the worst. One of my American friends was recently complaining that her colleagues had been talking behind her back about her ‘special’ bras and ‘English sizes’ – there is nothing special or English at wearing a well-fitting bra that happens to go past a DDD, it’s just knowledge and common sense, something that this website seems to lack. If prominent celebrities such as Christina Hendricks are shown as being ridiculous sizes then what hope is there for women who view them as role models. However, I am very pleased to see on Boobpedia Christina is listed as being a far more realistic 32HH, largely due to this awesome article by Miss Sophia Jenner.
However, if Jordan is a 32FF and Kat Dennings is a 38D then something is very very wrong. Both women are very petite in the back, Jordan is probably arund a 26J, and Kat is probably similar to Miss Hendricks at a 32H. This idiotic website needs to get its facts straight and stop spewing misinformation.
People need to realise that a 28D and a 38D are very very different sizes, as demonstrated by these three A-cup bras:

You can be very petite with sizeable boobs and you CAN BE bigger than a DDD.
Take a look at these two images:

Yes the images are of large breasts but they are not so huge that you can imagine the women are falling over. The women are all in correctly fitting bras that will be beneficial to their health, posture and wallet as they bras will fit better for longer and not need replacing so swiftly.
DDD is not the biggest size out there and women are not lying if they say they are bigger, they are simply better informed than those doing the accusing. There is nothing specialist about wearing a bra that is an E, F and so on, they just belong to women who know where to purchase such ‘abnormal’ sizes. I would love to see a prominent celebrity such as Christina Hendricks coming out and being very public about her bras size as I believe this could help a lot of women who are similar sizes to understand that maybe that band riding hammock they have on is not the right one for them.
Please read this awesome article which was an inspiration for my own and remember – the alphabet does not stop at DDD.


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