Ever wish the fries you keep on bingeing on go straight to your chest and not your hips? While some women who are gifted in the bosom department wished they had a smaller twin set, some women actually long to go up to a B-cup. Sound familiar? Scroll down and see if you can relate to these #FlatChestedProblems
1. Not being able to wear tube tops or strapless dresses
Two words: Walang sasalo.
2. “Is that a boy in a bikini?”
It’s the same nagging question every summer: “Can I actually stuff my bikini with tissue or socks?” (And the usual answer? “Looks like I’m not going in the water!”)
3. Exercise is easy
No bouncing, no pain. (“10-K run this weekend? Sign me up!”) Plus, you can walk around the gym locker room in just your cute sports bra and tights, and no one will think you look bastusin.
4. Investing in push-up bras
You’ve amassed a collection of push-up bras that can rival Imelda Marcos’ shoe collection. Yep, these bras are your only hope to give those twins some oomph! And oh, padding is a must.
5. …And buying training bras in the pre-teens department
Because having to wear push-up bras everyday is a pain to the little ones.
6. They disappear when you lie down
“Oh I can see my toes…”
7. People think you haven’t hit puberty yet
Sure, it’s flattering when people say you look young—but it turns into a hassle when you’re asked for proper identification, especially when buying liquor, entering a bar, or lining up for that R-16 film. “Seriously? I’m 30!”
8. Having your boobs described as “aratilis” instead of “melons”
No, they’re not cute.
9. Being made fun of by the gifted ones
“I get it, you have the curves and I am a walking stick.”
10. The pain when someone accidentally elbows you in that area
…goes straight to the bone–literally.
11. It’s okay not to wear a bra sometimes
“No one notices it until I actually tell them I’m braless.” Translation: You can wear whatever you want without feeling self-conscious and you can go for maximum comfort always.