that having a cup size in the upper reaches of the alphabet is not all that it's cracked up to be?
I know that some people pay good money for enhancement in this area, but I will never be one of them. In fact, if it weren't for their very necessary purpose currently, and the knowledge that they will again return to some semblance of normal, I would be very seriously be considering reduction. Because seriously, I'm up a band size and four, count them, FOUR cup sizes from where I was before I got pregnant, and I'm not a fan! And I wasn't particularly small to start with.
Have you ever tried to find shirts that fit over that? Let me tell you, it's not easy. And if they do, they stop mid-tummy. Even the long ones. Okay, maybe not the looong ones, but all the normal longish ones. And I'm not really into the cropped-top look. You really don't want to see my tummy these days. Or any day. But particularly these days, until my skin decides it no longer needs to accommodate 14 pounds of baby.
Okay. I'll be done ranting now.