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Horsetuna
09-16-2006, 05:41 AM
I think all of you remember my little thread last year about how the entire girls' locker room commented and discussed how I go without 'boulder holders' except at work (and only due to policy)

Well, i started at the new Casino and duh - Forgot my bra again! I panicked. I live now an hour away and I couldnt, so i started shyly asking the other girls (All who I barely know so far) if they had Tshirts.

Of course, the locker room is a communal one (Change rooms are in the separate washrooms), and one of them, a really nice girl I call D, started asking the guys if they had shirts.

So now I imagine a good portion of both guys and girls at work know that I go braless.

So i'm panicking, but fortunately some one (one of the GUYS no less) gives me an undershirt to wear.

I washed and will return it when I see him next, but what's with my boobs becoming the hot Topic?

PS - I had to call down to the supervisor from the staff lounge about how I may be late for my shift due to free ranging breasts. When I went down fully dressed with the shirt on, she commented how she'd feel naked without one.

novicecrafter
09-16-2006, 06:06 AM
wow that sounded like a bad porn plot. um. yeah.

CanadaGirl
09-16-2006, 06:13 AM
I fear stretched skin if I go braless long enough. Damn gravity.

Crosshair
09-16-2006, 06:36 AM
YAY, BOOBIES!!!

Sorry a guy's brain does stuff like that. :ashamed:

I kinda know the feeling in a way. I'm a guy and I LOVE my hair long and my hair is the butt of alot of jokes, (It's longer than alot of the women at my store.) but I have a great sence of humor.

BlaqueKatt
09-16-2006, 01:46 PM
don't swat it more than likely jealous that you have no dire need to wear one of those midevil torture devices. my unshaved legs were the office fodder for a few days this summer, until I explained the girl I was in the army with that got the "flesh eating bacteria" from a razor nick on her leg and almost died from shaving(have not shaved my legs since-not that you can tell unless you're well within my personal space*), and let them know that there was no hygenic reason to do so and it only became "normal" for American women to shave during WWII(only 60 years ago) due to a shortage of silk for stockings. They usually shut up, however some of the ladies still make comments about my hatred of bras(none of their business-AFAIK), and I know it's because I'm still "perky" and they being much younger and kidless, are most assuredly not.

BlaqueKatt-who likes her free range bewbies :D , actually I'm now quite fond of the term free range bewbies

*when I say "personal space" I mean you have to have your eyeballs about 6 inches from my legs, and commenting at that range will usually get you kicked.

TNT
09-16-2006, 04:32 PM
Where I went to college in the 70's, bras were considered absolutely evil -- symbols and tools of a male dominated society seeking to oppress woman, etc. etc. etc. I heard the lecture a zillion times... (followed by my having to take the existential responsibility just because I was a man, but that's another story). Anyway, almost none of the women wore one -- even the most conservative women (by my school's standards) didn't think twice about going natural, even under the somewhat see-tops that were all the rage in those days.

Amazingly enough, we lived through it.

A few years ago (and many years removed from college), I was just getting to know my downstairs neighbor. She never wore a bra at home. One day, we decided to go out and get something to eat.

Her: I guess you want me to put a bra on.
Me: Why?
Her: I don't know. A lot of guys don't like being out with a braless woman.
Me: Why?
Her: I guess because... um... well, I don't know.
Me: I'm sure I don't know, either.

Some days, I really regret my formative years... I have so few trivial things to worry about.

Ree
09-17-2006, 06:39 AM
what's with my boobs becoming the hot Topic?Just a hunch, but is it possible that your "boobs" have become a hot topic again at work, because you, yourself have once again confessed to your co-workers that you go braless and by asking people you barely know if you could borrow their T-shirts to hide your lack of bra, called attention to it?
(Not that you did anything wrong...just pointing out a possible answer to this constant dilemma that you seem to encounter in your workplaces.)

Usually, if I don't want people discussing something so personal as my 'boobies' I don't bring them up in conversation.

Kiwi
09-17-2006, 07:09 AM
oh damn it you so lucky

the ONLY time Im not wearing one is in the shower

its such a pain in hot weather im so jealous of you right now

see im green with envy :D

Fera Festiva
09-17-2006, 11:11 AM
Potential TMI warning here, and possible a thread hijack, for which I apologise.

don't swat it more than likely jealous that you have no dire need to wear one of those midevil torture devices.

I'd just like to point on on behalf of, well, me and any other big-boobed girls at CS - for many of us, going *without* a bra is much worse than going with one. If I don't wear a bra, I get backache, headaches and soreness, everything becomes more difficult, and I am constantly self-conscious and aware of not wearing it. I'd love to be able to go without, but being who I am and the shape I am, it would be ridiculous. For me, bras are a godsend, not a torture device. :)

I'm not trying to start any kind of debate or argument here - I'm just, y'know, sayin'. :)

(For the record, if anyone doesn't want to wear one, that's their shout and I wouldn't criticise anyone for it - but it's up to the individual. Just my :2cents:. )

dendawg
09-17-2006, 01:49 PM
http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/images/smilies/this_thread_is_useless_without_pics.gif :eyewaggle: :devil: (ducks barrage of shoes)

Just kidding!
Aw come on! Someone was gonna say it!:angel:

CrazedClerk
09-17-2006, 02:51 PM
http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/images/smilies/this_thread_is_useless_without_pics.gif :eyewaggle: :devil: (ducks barrage of shoes)

Just kidding!
Aw come on! Someone was gonna say it!:angel:

Ohh I think you should be expecting more than shoes..

I am male, but I do understand going braless would be much more feasible for a girl with a A or B cup as opposed to a double D. I have a friend who is an A cup (and it drives her nuts having such small breasts) but there are times she doesn't wear a bra.

Dreamstalker
09-17-2006, 03:03 PM
oh damn it you so lucky

the ONLY time Im not wearing one is in the shower

its such a pain in hot weather im so jealous of you right now

see im green with envy :D
I buy all my bras from here: http://www.bluecanoe.com

100% cotton, I absolutely love 'em :D

Seanette
09-17-2006, 06:00 PM
I am male, but I do understand going braless would be much more feasible for a girl with a A or B cup as opposed to a double D. I have a friend who is an A cup (and it drives her nuts having such small breasts) but there are times she doesn't wear a bra.

I'm a B cup and generally more comfortable with a bra than without.

AFpheonix
09-17-2006, 06:08 PM
I like my bras, they're comfy.

That, a padded one makes it less obvious if I'm cold :angel:

Der Cute
09-17-2006, 07:31 PM
I'm now staying @ my dad's house, and he's got a steep set of stairs...about 15 stairs in all.

I have to carry my girls with me, it HURTS US when they're free range on me.
Even with a bra, it helps to hold them.

NO YOU CANNOT VOLUNTEER FOR A BOOBHOLDER JOB. :D

I'm planning on having an apartment that is low to the ground and very few stairs!!!

Cutenoob

Antisocial_Worker
09-17-2006, 07:37 PM
On the subject of -- in the interest of taste and decorum, let's call it "letting your breasts hang low and wobble to and fro" -- I live in a city known for liberal sensibilities and this came into play a few years back when a radio station in a nearby city was doing an art project to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.

They were taking donations of bras from all over the region, with the plan to string them together high in the air over one of that city's busiest roads. When they received a bra from Asheville they were shocked on the morning show that anyone in Asheville had a bra to send in at all. It's common knowledge in this part of the country that the hairy-pitted women of Asheville light up the night sky every so often with vast bra bonfires, on which they also torch various other accoutrements of male oppression and hegemony.

I like that word -- hegemony. Tee hee -- I said "hegemony" again.

Edit: Don't mind me folks... Working a 16 hour shift after getting off a 12 hour shift eight hours ago. So tired I'm addled here, so nothing more to see. Move along.

Ree
09-17-2006, 08:03 PM
I don't know about anyone else, but I think I'm learning way more than I need to about my fellow CS'ers. :p ;)

Rapscallion
09-17-2006, 08:08 PM
I could stand to hear a little more...

Rapscallion

repsac
09-17-2006, 09:18 PM
Well, I find that I can rarely go without my bra...


*watches Raps have a seizure with that bad mental picture.*

Rapscallion
09-17-2006, 09:25 PM
Oddly enough, I was trying not to make a comment like that.

Anyone who was in the car on the CS ski trip will remember GK's suspicious "So what?" when I pointed out the 'bikini warehouse' as we passed.

"Wonder if they have anything in my size?" I mused aloud, reassuring her.

I suspect they didn't, and there are days when I got topless as well.

Rapscallion

COMINATCHA
09-18-2006, 02:38 AM
It's funny how, no matter what, there will always be a boobie thread on cs at some point. :p

I like bras, I have pretty/colourful/lacy ones, so it's not bad having to wear them. Push-up bras (and my trusty 'chicken fillets') are my best friends :)

Crosshair
09-18-2006, 04:07 AM
NO YOU CANNOT VOLUNTEER FOR A BOOBHOLDER JOB.
Why not?:cry:
That, a padded one makes it less obvious if I'm cold
*choking on pizza*..........*cough*........:roll: Yea, in the winter, alot of the cashiers cross their arms when it is cold out. Some of the ones who don't dress warm enough get seem to get more "attention" from customers. :eyewaggle: I try not to talk to their chest, but it is hard sometimes.:ashamed: A guy's brain is just hardwired do do some things. As much as you try, you can't change it. Sorry to any females I may do that to.

Broomjockey
09-18-2006, 04:09 AM
*choking on pizza*..........*cough*........:roll: Yea, in the winter, alot of the cashiers cross their arms when it is cold out. Some of the ones who don't dress warm enough get seem to get more "attention" from customers. :eyewaggle: I try not to talk to their chest, but it is hard sometimes.:ashamed: A guy's brain is just hardwired do do some things. As much as you try, you can't change it. Sorry to any females I may do that to.

I am soooo glad you're here to say these things, and to take the heat, 'cause otherwise I'd be the one getting deathglares. :angel:

TNT
09-18-2006, 04:54 AM
Push-up bras (and my trusty 'chicken fillets') are my best friends :)

Apparently, I am obsessed with women's undergarments, this being the third or fourth post on the subject in the last two days...

One of the team leaders at a place I used I to work suddenly became enamored of push-up bras. Like every day was further pushed up... events I followed with unusual dedication.

And then there came a day when I got to meet Ms. Nipples in the work place... and I got to be the one who had to deliver the news... "Kym... you do know you're push-up bra has, like, um, pushed out, don't you?"

JuniorMintz
09-18-2006, 05:56 AM
My Bali bras are my very best friends! I wear a C cup (almost a D, but not quite), and I strap my girls in tight every single day. I'm not a vain person, but one of my biggest worries about my body is that someday my boobs will hit my elbows. :eek:

I'm already saving up for the boob job when that day comes! :D

Honestly though, I love my minimizing bras, I really do. They lift just as much as a push up bra, and they shrink me down to about a B cup, which I love. Every now and then they can itch, but that's mostly the lace I think so it can't be helped.

I've been told by lots of people that I look about 10 lbs lighter since I've started wearing them. Plus, they're cute, come in a whole bunch of colors, and aren't retardedly expensive, either! Hurray for Bali bras! :love:

SuperDan
09-18-2006, 06:46 AM
http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/images/smilies/this_thread_is_useless_without_pics.gif :eyewaggle: :devil: (ducks barrage of shoes)

I agree! :angel:

AFpheonix
09-18-2006, 07:12 AM
Well, I find that I can rarely go without my bra...


*watches Raps have a seizure with that bad mental picture.*

Oh, is this you (http://www.collegehumor.com/picture:1703023) then? :lol:

Ree
09-18-2006, 10:24 AM
:rolleyes: :rolleyes:
...because everyone knows that women are all about their breasts and have no value aside from that.

Horsetuna
09-18-2006, 12:39 PM
To ree: Heh, the question was rhetoric actually.

As for free ranging well... I find I get under-shoulder (and other place) aches and horrible itches when I wear bras (and red marks from rashes or scratching), no matter what style or material I wear, so I only wear one when I absolutely must. My ribs ache horribly if I wear one for long (no matter how loose) and of course, they either dig into my shoulders or slip right off my shoulders.

Right now I have three sport type bras that have an X on the back where the straps come together. They're comfy enough to tolerate but I still can't stand it. I keep two in my locker while bringing one home to wash every day I work (so I have two spares).

PS -= about telling coworkers about being braless. I had no real choice, I NEEDED a shirt to work. IT was my third shift and I looked bad enough no doubt 'forgetting' such a peice of equipment. And I tried to keep it to just the other girls, not the entire locker room.

Greenday
09-18-2006, 01:26 PM
There was a thread on CS about boobies and it lasted this long without me noticing it? What the hell is going on around here? I mean, all this talk about different boob sizes, I'm just confused. I think us guys need examples to show what needs bras and what doesn't need bras...

PuckishOne
09-18-2006, 10:56 PM
I don't know...from what I've seen and heard around here (and the chat room!) I'm thinking that most of the male CS-ers are quite adept at forming mental pictures of this sort of thing. ;)

Personally, as much as I value the minimiser/push-er-in/tape-em-up bras, there's nothing like the feeling of some nice silk on the girls from time to time!! Hooray for pretty underthings for our pretty boobies!!

- Puck, a proud breaker of the TMI Barrier and Wearer of the Barbaric Brassiere (C/D, with +20 Boobie Boost!) :D

Spiffy McMoron
09-18-2006, 11:48 PM
- Puck, a proud breaker of the TMI Barrier and Wearer of the Barbaric Brassiere (C/D, with +20 Boobie Boost!) :D

Ah, looking at those stats, I see that you've acquired the Enchanted Lace Undergarment of Intense Distraction. Well played, D&D'er, well played. ;) :D

*Mod hat on*
It's nice to see that things are staying reasonably civil in here...let's keep it that way, shall we?
*Mod hat off*

PuckishOne
09-18-2006, 11:54 PM
Ah, looking at those stats, I see that you've acquired the Enchanted Lace Undergarment of Intense Distraction. Well played, D&D'er, well played.
My day would not have been complete without you taking notice of my...D&D reference, Spiffy. ;) I'm going to use that term at home and see what the man of the house thinks. :D

RecoveringKinkoid
09-19-2006, 03:17 AM
I could stand to hear a little more...

Rapscallion


AAAAH! I get the quote. You rock.:lol:

Just a little, you know, fyi here, girls....my mom used to force me to wear one of those mediaval torture devices when I was a kid. I was a tomboy, and hated it. Made me wear underwires, even. Got used to them, eventually. Never been comfortable as a...erm...swinger.

Well, I'm in my forties, and I can still pass a pencil test, if you follow me. So a word from an old lady with a nice rack: know what a well-endowed girl who won't wear her bra ends up wearing between her boobs when she's older? That's right. Her navel.

Broomjockey
09-19-2006, 05:26 AM
Well, I'm in my forties, and I can still pass a pencil test, if you follow me.

I don't get it. :confused: :headscratch:

I've led such a sheltered life. :(

Irving Patrick Freleigh
09-19-2006, 05:36 AM
I don't get it. :confused: :headscratch:

I've led such a sheltered life. :(

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pencil_test

Broomjockey
09-19-2006, 05:47 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pencil_test

Ah, I get it. Kinda. Maybe when I'm older.

PuckishOne
09-19-2006, 04:22 PM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pencil_test
Pencil test? How about the lipstick trick?

[/gratuitous "Breakfast Club" reference] :D

And before you ask... yes, I can. ;)

Jpurple
09-19-2006, 04:36 PM
Enchanted Lace Undergarment of Intense Distraction
OK, I need one of these. No, really.
I wear bras for work and going out only. Then again, I spend most of my time at home competely nekkid, so a bra would be kinda silly. My husband refers to them as 'armour' so often I've teased him about getting a chainmail one.

Broomjockey
09-19-2006, 04:41 PM
[I] My husband refers to them as 'armour' so often I've teased him about getting a chainmail one.

That'd probably be a bad idea. It'd be a cold and pinchy. Go for a platemail one instead, with fur lining to keep warm! :lol:

Greenday
09-19-2006, 05:20 PM
That'd probably be a bad idea. It'd be a cold and pinchy. Go for a platemail one instead, with fur lining to keep warm! :lol:

He could go with underarmor. Keeps you nice and warm, plus it's supposed to be tight so it's supportive...

Spiffy McMoron
09-19-2006, 05:30 PM
My day would not have been complete without you taking notice of my...D&D reference, Spiffy. ;) I'm going to use that term at home and see what the man of the house thinks. :D

Hey what can I say? :o My love of ... D&D is legendary, near mythical, in proportion. Add that to my love of shiny things and bright lights, and you can see why I love LOTR so much

Customer Beating Robot
09-19-2006, 06:05 PM
I don't understand women sometimes. I think if you understood 1/2 of what goes through the male mind in this instance, you would not be the least bit embarrassed. I can understand women who don't want to be oggled by excited men. But at the same time, don't be embarrassed. More than likely any guy who is discussing the issue is dying of excitement. You are literally the hottest girl in the company at that moment. If every guy is talking about you, you can harness that. I never have understood women who are embarrassed that guys are talking about their anatomy in a positive light.

I have always envied women, as I have seen attractive women who know how to use it, get men to be their lap dogs. Having a bunch of guys who want you means that they will do anything for you. That is a very useful tool to have.

I am not trying to be personal with you. I am just trying to give you a different perspective on it. All the girls are jealous because all the guys are talking about you and not them. (If they really are. Guys have a 2 second brain when it comes to these things. They talk about you until the next set of boobies cross their eye sight.) Hold your head up high. You just made every guy in that company your bitch for the day.

Gurndigarn
09-19-2006, 11:55 PM
Enchanted Lace Undergarment of Intense Distraction
OK, I need one of these. No, really.
I wear bras for work and going out only. Then again, I spend most of my time at home competely nekkid, so a bra would be kinda silly. My husband refers to them as 'armour' so often I've teased him about getting a chainmail one.

Make sure the areas around the nipples have small enough links to not pinch anything sensitive.

Jpurple
09-20-2006, 01:14 AM
I've actually worn a very well-made chainmail bra before, and aside from it being cold when you put it on, it was pretty comfortable! They are heavy though, and if I'm going to wear chainmail, I want a sword to go with it!

repsac
09-20-2006, 01:24 AM
Chainmail will pinch you in places you didn't think possible. EVEN with a padded undercoat.

Banrion
09-20-2006, 01:06 PM
My b/f made me a super-hot chainmail dress. I wear a leather bra under it, but it doesn't pinch too bad. The worst part is the weight on my shoulders. B/f is working on changing the shoulder part so that the weight is spread further. Still weighs almost 40 lbs. even though it is mostly titanium.