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Offline hawkdaboo3

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how many do you own I am at 10 right now plan on getting more. when i was 40c I had 60, way more than my first wife. buying bras became an obsession. had to have different colors and styles

Sounds like pokemon- gotta catch em all! 
I currently have 6 bras and 4 bras on the way. 4 exercise pull down sports bras and 2 very nice luxurious soma bralettes. Just got into bra and i must say that i feel extremely supported with these bras. My boobs still feel tender but they do not hurt as much. 

Offline blad

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Sounds like pokemon- gotta catch em all!
I currently have 6 bras and 4 bras on the way. 4 exercise pull down sports bras and 2 very nice luxurious soma bralettes. Just got into bra and i must say that i feel extremely supported with these bras. My boobs still feel tender but they do not hurt as much.
Great to see that you have found the simple and effective solution many of us have; just wear a bra.
If the bra fits, wear it.

Online aboywithgirls

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Blad, you are so right. The easiest answer is usually the right answer as well. I was fortunate enough to start wearing a bra when I was 12 and full time when I was 16. My mother had just gotten my older sister through her training bra phase when I was budding. It was far from normal for a mother to have the "bra talk" with her 12 year old son. But now, it's not so weird because her 47 year old daughter is grateful for the common sense approach she took with me.
Bras aren't for women, they're for breasts.

Offline bustymale

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More than most women have ha ha

Offline jfeiro

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I have 10. 8 unlined, 2 lined all underwire and all with matching panties.


 

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