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GHOSTrun

New member
what is difference between G and GG etc? I googled but there's so many different answers don't know what is right.
 

peanutz

New member
Bra sizes after D cup are a pain in the caboose ...

"There are enormous differences in cup size notation between manufacturers. This is especially true in sizes above D in the US, UK, AUS and NZ. In general, sizes between AA and DD are fairly standard but once we get above this there is little or no coherence. Some manufacturers use size DD but then continue with E, F, G, H, I, J, etc. Others use DDD to represent an E and some go on to use E, EE, F, FF, G, GG, H, HH, etc. This can make purchasing a large-cup bra difficult."

Ps - the difference is bigness / fullness haha
 
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JazDSpaz

Tough Mudder in training
Bra sizes after D cup are a pain in the caboose ...

"There are enormous differences in cup size notation between manufacturers. This is especially true in sizes above D in the US, UK, AUS and NZ. In general, sizes between AA and DD are fairly standard but once we get above this there is little or no coherence. Some manufacturers use size DD but then continue with E, F, G, H, I, J, etc. Others use DDD to represent an E and some go on to use E, EE, F, FF, G, GG, H, HH, etc. This can make purchasing a large-cup bra difficult."

Ps - the difference is bigness / fullness haha

Yeh it costs my wife a HELL of alot for bras/bikinis.
 

peanutz

New member
She should buy from retailers online thru the uk...like 30% the price here even with shipping. I find uk retailers much more consistent with sizing also
 

callan

The official ghetto booty
iv got a lovely bunch of coconuts,
big ones, small ones, some as big as xwifex's

muhuhahahahaha :D
 

peanutz

New member
haha they aren't even that big. They are big for good boobs, but they are not big - boobs get to a point where they go from being good big boobs to bad big boobs.

as for the comparision pic question - impossible - sizing is also about where and how your boobs sit on your chest, how high / low they sit, how full they are at the sides and on top - you could like up 10 girls in my size and our boobs would all look different.
 

trofius

New member
Bra sizes after D cup are a pain in the caboose ...

"There are enormous differences in cup size notation between manufacturers. This is especially true in sizes above D in the US, UK, AUS and NZ. In general, sizes between AA and DD are fairly standard but once we get above this there is little or no coherence. Some manufacturers use size DD but then continue with E, F, G, H, I, J, etc. Others use DDD to represent an E and some go on to use E, EE, F, FF, G, GG, H, HH, etc. This can make purchasing a large-cup bra difficult."

Ps - the difference is bigness / fullness haha

To complcate things a 10 c is not the same cup size as. 14C,:eek:
 
To complcate things a 10 c is not the same cup size as. 14C,:eek:

My understanding is that the letter (ie C) represents the actual cup size while number represents the body size (as in clothes size)
But I'm merely a man so what would I know!
 

Bella

Babycakes
True enough gents but in a 14C bra, the cup itself is going to be alot larger than a 10C cup bra....merely because of the assumed extra fatty tissue a woman at size 14 carries, as opposed to a woman who is a size 10.

The size itself, i.e. 10, 12, 14, 16 and so on...typically refers to the back measurement of the bra.
A larger woman, has a larger back measurement.

For instance, I'm a 16DD now. And I have pretty big bazoonga's tbh.

A 12DD isn't going to be anywhere near the cup size of one of my bra's.
 
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