How do you feel about the size of your breasts?

Average Joe Average Joe
Men, please feel free to share your opinion on your partner's breasts.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
They're too big.
102
They're too small.
111
They're too saggy.
181
They're too perky.
3
They're misshapen.
40
They're too flat.
36
They're too squishy.
48
They're too firm.
I don't care what they look like.
19
I don't really think about them.
40
I don't like them.
37
I think they're perfect.
224
I'm missing one or both of them and I feel inadequate about this.
1
I'm missing one or both of them and I feel fine about this.
1
One is bigger than the other and I feel fine about this.
109
One is bigger than the other and I feel inadequate about this.
64
Other.
62
Total votes: 1078 (594 voters)
Poll is closed
06/28/2009
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VelvetBound VelvetBound
I choose "I think they're perfect", not because I'm conceited, but because there was no "I feel just fine about them" option. My Fiance is happy with them, so I have no reason to feel otherwise. I could nit and pick about this and that, but what's the point? No one is perfect.
06/28/2009
RainbowBrite RainbowBrite
i have always been an A-cup and after breastfeeding 3 boys for almost a year each they have definitely decreased in size. While I do feel they are too small & flat, I honestly don't care (nor does my husband)about the size. I wish they were bigger for clothing & bra fit, but that's about it. I do wish they were as perky as they were before breastfeeding, but oh well, i did it for my kids
06/28/2009
Backseat Boohoo Backseat Boohoo
I think my breasts are perfect for me. In fact, I thought they were perfect when they were a whole cup-size smaller. I came to realize in the past couple of years that nobody is perfect and I am the best I will ever have, so I should be thankful for and proud of what the Lord gave me. That includes my breasts. =)
06/28/2009
NuMe NuMe
I just wish they were still firmer like when I was young. Everything I wear now has to revolve around whether I can wear a bra under it or not. But like RainbowBrite said, I did it for my kids. I am a little smallish and I hated that when I was young, but I'm fine with the size now. The thing I do love about them is that they're highly sensitive!!!
06/28/2009
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
I love the size of my breasts, but they grew too quickly when I was young, so now they seriously sag. I'm honestly not sure what size they are exactly, other than I've never been able to find a bra in the US that fit right. From my measurements and the posted estimates of a few companies, I'm somewhere between a DDD and an I, depending on the brand. Gotta love how they can't agree on what to call the larger sizes...

Except for the sagging part and wishing they were more symmetrical, I love my breasts.
06/28/2009
Rockin' Rockin'
My breasts are probably the right size for my body type, and for that, I'm grateful. I used to wish they were larger, but now I think I wish for them to be gone as much as I wish for them to be bigger. Some days I just don't want boobs. But most days I really like them.

I don't want to offend anyone who picks this choice but I'd like to know what makes breasts be "too perky." Is it just how the tissue sits? When I hear "perky" I think it's a good thing, but people are welcome to (re-)educate me.
06/29/2009
NaughtyButterfly NaughtyButterfly
I am overall very pleased with mine, the hubby enjoys them, but sometimes I wiss they didn't sag. After 2 kids they just aren't the same, but I will ditto what others have said & say I did it for my kids & I'm proud of that.
06/29/2009
Goodkittygnbad Goodkittygnbad
I'm a small C, but one has always been slightly smaller than the other. Hubby says he can't tell, so I guess it's not that bad. Over all, I'm pleased with my breasts. Yes, I wish that breasfeeding didn't deflate them like ballons, but, that's what a good bra is for, right?
06/29/2009
Tuesday Tuesday
Quote:
Originally posted by Rockin'
My breasts are probably the right size for my body type, and for that, I'm grateful. I used to wish they were larger, but now I think I wish for them to be gone as much as I wish for them to be bigger. Some days I just don't want boobs. ... More
You'll notice that no one chose 'too perky.' Its just not possible.
06/29/2009
Sleeping Dreamer Sleeping Dreamer
I'm curious if the women who picked "I think they're perfect" also picked things like "they're too saggy" ?
06/29/2009
Luscious Lily Luscious Lily
Quote:
Originally posted by Sleeping Dreamer
I'm curious if the women who picked "I think they're perfect" also picked things like "they're too saggy" ?
I almost did (but didn't), because while they're not ideal, I love them; "I think they're perfect" was the closest option to saying you love them. I think it would have been interesting to have "...But I love them anyway", "I hate them", and "I'm on the fence" options.
06/29/2009
Valyn Valyn
Quote:
Originally posted by Sleeping Dreamer
I'm curious if the women who picked "I think they're perfect" also picked things like "they're too saggy" ?
I thought about it. My feelings about my breasts goes up and down, but overall, I still love them. I'm usually a D, but sometimes I'll go put on an old C cup bra and not feel like they're being squished out.

Some days, they seem saggier than others, but never too perky. I gotta agree with Tuesday on that.
06/30/2009
Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady Not Here Anymore f/k/a Happy Lady
Quote:
Originally posted by NuMe
I just wish they were still firmer like when I was young. Everything I wear now has to revolve around whether I can wear a bra under it or not. But like RainbowBrite said, I did it for my kids. I am a little smallish and I hated that when I was ... More
ME TOO!
I breastfed both my kids and my breasts went from a barely B to a DD, then eventually back down to a full B - but with so many stretch marks. Now there are so many dresses and tops I'd like to wear, but it's such a hassle to find bras that support my girls without showing off the stretch marks too.
07/13/2009
Liz2 Liz2
I also choose that they are perfect, not because they are but I'm satisfied. I am a B...any larger, they would be in the way of my athletic activities. I would find any more "bounce" too damn uncomfortable!
07/25/2009
Sanjay Sanjay
Quote:
Originally posted by Average Joe
Men, please feel free to share your opinion on your partner's breasts.
I said "other" because while I do like my rather large natural breasts, I sometimes wish I didn't hav the stretch marks and veins associated with being very pale skinned and well endowed.
08/24/2009
Envy Envy
I think mine are too big. =X I'm a 36 B, and my left one is slightly larger. I wish they were smaller because sometimes they just get in the way, like leaning over my keyboard when eating at my desk and they hit keys, or just a slight v-neck shirt makes me uber self concious, etc. So I try to avoid v-necks unless they're above my collarbone.

Also, I go through bras way too fast because I always have them on the tightest as possible.
08/24/2009
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
Mine suit me. They're smaller than a lot of women's, but since I'm built like a 12-year-old anyway, it's all in proportion.
08/24/2009
imp imp
With the media and portrayal of a 'perfect women's body' breasts never look saggy ... in reality more than most women look anything but perfect. This is a great wee site as a reminder that women shouldn't all look the same nor have those perfect breasts that we see in magazines, media coverage etc. link
08/24/2009
lexical lexical
I am *constantly* irritated by the fact that one of my breasts is slightly smaller than the other. But it's more a matter of me being anal and hating when things are uneven. It's very frustrating when those "things" are your own body parts!
08/24/2009
Darling Dove Darling Dove
Quote:
Originally posted by lexical
I am *constantly* irritated by the fact that one of my breasts is slightly smaller than the other. But it's more a matter of me being anal and hating when things are uneven. It's very frustrating when those "things" are your own body parts!
I'm the same way... but overall I am fine with my breasts.
09/02/2009
WildKimA WildKimA
I checked "I think they're perfect". I never really paid much attention until recently. It's funny, I can hear my mother saying "if you don't wear a bra you'll have sagging breasts when you get to be my age." Now I'm much older than my mother was when she said that and my breasts are still not saggy. Thanks, mom, for the genes if not for the advice. (By the way, love wearing pretty bras today, but at home, never!)
09/03/2009
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Quote:
Originally posted by Average Joe
Men, please feel free to share your opinion on your partner's breasts.
My wife is like a 32 F/G - and fairly firm for a 40 something mother of 2. One is larger than the other - and we're both fine with that - but she'd like to be smaller -D/DD would be OK with her.

I wholeheartedly disagree - the risks of surgery are too great and having larger breasts takes a little pressure off the size of her waist - if she we're smaller she's just be upset over the ratio of bust to waist - it's all about ratios!

Love what you've got - the brain is the real sex organ. With the right attitude you're love love will soar!
10/19/2009
Sir Sir
My little girl's breasts are perfect. They're fairly small, but I'm personally attracted to that. They fit her personality. Her nipples are also wonderful. They protrude quite a bit, especially when she's turned on, and I love them.
10/19/2009
El-Jaro El-Jaro
My girlfriend's breasts are the best I've ever played with...and I'm not even a breast guy.

They're the perfect A cup.
11/04/2009
EffinSara EffinSara
My breasts are sweet. 34D thanks to hormonal birth control <3
11/05/2009
DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO DONOTSHOPHERETHEOWNERISPSYCHO
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
My wife is like a 32 F/G - and fairly firm for a 40 something mother of 2. One is larger than the other - and we're both fine with that - but she'd like to be smaller -D/DD would be OK with her.

I wholeheartedly disagree - the risks of ... More
I'm not trying to advocate major surgery, but if your wife wears a 32 band size then I seriously doubt her dropping 1-2 cups sizes would cause her waist to be out of proportion with her breasts. Having breasts that large on such a tiny frame can cause shoulder and back pain, especially with age. More so if she develops osteoporosis after menopause and doesn't make sure to always wear the right size bra and maintain good posture.
11/05/2009
Miss Jane Miss Jane
My breasts are big. Sometimes they're annoying to lug around, and sometimes they don't fit in clothes properly, and sometimes they get in the way... but I still love them
11/05/2009
~miss.heather~ ~miss.heather~
I love my DD's all day everyday unless I have to bra shop or I see a cute shirt that just does not want to fit right because of them!!!!!!
11/05/2009
Miss Jane Miss Jane
Quote:
Originally posted by ~miss.heather~
I love my DD's all day everyday unless I have to bra shop or I see a cute shirt that just does not want to fit right because of them!!!!!!
exactly. it's so hard for me to find bras with support that are cute!
11/05/2009
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