It may sound like a headline from The Onion, but actual British researchers have pinpointed the ideal breast shape, according to a study published in the very real journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. It may sound like a headline from The Onion , but actual British researchers have pinpointed the ideal breast shape , according to a study published in the very real journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. In this rather unusual bit of science, the British doctors surveyed 1, people men, women, and plastic surgeons , asking them to look at photos of different breasts and pick the proportions they liked best. Turns out, this is a "natural" shape—similar to the Venus de Milo —and nothing like the orb-like, fake boobs of yore. Surprisingly, one subset in the study was more apt to choose perfectly even melons: women over
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Why does everyone think that a 34DD is big? It really isn't!? | Yahoo Answers
For example, a woman with 40D cup breasts has significantly larger breasts than a woman with 36D boobs even though both sizes have D cups. For example, a 36D bra cup is nearly the exact same size as the cup of a 38C or a 40B bra. In this comparison, the 36D bra fits a woman with a smaller bone structure compared to the frame of women who wear the D cup but in larger band sizes. If this same woman had a small amount body fat on her stomach, her 36D breasts would look very noticeable when viewed from the side since her breasts would protrude much further than her stomach.
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Hello, gentlemen. Boobs can be a topic of conversation any day on the Gregorian Calendar, but today is a special, because science seems to have found out what the most attractive breast size is on a woman actually is. Hooray for science! Rather, it was found that not-as-large, perky breasts were the preferred type. This is a little surprising, because it was previously believed that bigger breast size indicated higher estrogen levels, which meant large-breasted women were more fertile.
Did you know that a woman with 38D cup breasts has significantly larger breasts than a woman with 34D boobs? Similarly, a woman with a 30D bra size would have noticeably smaller breasts than someone who wore a 36B bra size. A common misconception about bra sizes is that cup sizes remain consistent across different band sizes.