News.com: THE bra market is expanding, literally. Up to 40 per cent of Australian women now buy bras with a cup size of DD or higher, new figures from lingerie suppliers show.
In the 1950s, the most common bra-cup size was a B – three sizes less than a DD. Modern breasts are getting so large that some bra companies have introduced cup sizes as high as K, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
Unfortunately, many American breasts have grown because the size of the person attached to the boobs has grown. We’ve got an obesity epidemic. Given Australia’s relative similarities in culture and economics, I’m going to assume that they’ve got something of an obesity problem. Not quite an epidemic.
We’ve all seen chubby girl boobs. Nipples like pancakes. Enormous and flat. Gross. Fat boobs are not the same as big boobs. You take a fat chick’s boobs and put them on a skinny chick, they’re still gross. Big boobs grown on big women are gross. Big boobs grown on skinny women are awesome. Nipples like Hershey Kisses. Just the right amount of topography.