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Best tits in London now that Vendela is gone?

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As per the title. Whether hers were natural or not, I still can't believe them not forget them.
Any recommendations?

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Who was Vendela? The term "best tits" is really subjective. Would you like to be a bit more specific? As in shape, size etc

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She had a few names  plus a website I can't quite find. Moved back to the USA, where she was from. She reportedly came from a small Californian town that was founded by Danish immigrants. Best boobs I've ever come across. DD cup and firm as marble with quite a chance of being actually natural. Search the forums if you want.
So I guess that's what I'm looking for. Basically as quality as it can be for a D or slightly bigger. Natural or not.

 

Many thanks : )

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Once again fellas, "D cup" is not a size of breasts. a 30D is the same size as a 34B, a 38D is the same size as a 30FF! 

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OK, let's say anybody that would look good next to Gemma Atkinson?

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On 2/13/2016 at 9:32 PM, Prometheus said:

She had a few names  plus a website I can't quite find. Moved back to the USA, where she was from. She reportedly came from a small Californian town that was founded by Danish immigrants. Best boobs I've ever come across. DD cup and firm as marble with quite a chance of being actually natural. Search the forums if you want.
So I guess that's what I'm looking for. Basically as quality as it can be for a D or slightly bigger. Natural or not.

 

Many thanks : )

Check out Valery(Hot Escort Valery). Slim and toned with natural firm E cup breasts. If you are not intimidated of course by very tall girls because she is 6'1.

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Dude thanks for the suggestion, checked the website, not my type but that's just me.

Anybody else?

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On 14/02/2016 at 0:09 AM, 30GGRedhead said:

Once again fellas, "D cup" is not a size of breasts. a 30D is the same size as a 34B, a 38D is the same size as a 30FF! 

Indeed........ but try telling men about breasts, they will forget in no time.  They only remember what they need to remember :D

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4 hours ago, Annabellexoxo said:

Indeed........ but try telling men about breasts, they will forget in no time.  They only remember what they need to remember :D

 

On 14/02/2016 at 0:09 AM, 30GGRedhead said:

Once again fellas, "D cup" is not a size of breasts. a 30D is the same size as a 34B, a 38D is the same size as a 30FF! 

Can't someone who is good at spreadsheets set up a simple (or maybe not so simple) conversion for this - it all seems rather complicated!  I thought the number e.g. 38 was the measurement around the back (so to speak) whilst the letter e.g. FF was the cup size.  I must obviously be wrong because surely 38D could not then be the same as 30FF??

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2 hours ago, The Film Director said:

 

Can't someone who is good at spreadsheets set up a simple (or maybe not so simple) conversion for this - it all seems rather complicated!  I thought the number e.g. 38 was the measurement around the back (so to speak) whilst the letter e.g. FF was the cup size.  I must obviously be wrong because surely 38D could not then be the same as 30FF??

 

It's proportional. :) A cup is 1 inch bigger than the band size, B cup is 2 inches, so on and so forth. That means that a 38D goes on a person with a 38 underbust, and a 42 bust, whereas 30FF goes on someone with a 30 underbust and, you guessed it! 42 bust. :) That's why they are the same. 

In a general sense, a large cup size is going to give the illusion of a large breast most of the time, because it means there is a big size gap between the bust and underbust. But a tiny lady with a large cup size doesn't necessarily have huge breasts; they are just big compared to her underbust! A taller woman with a larger ribcage will undoubtedly have larger breasts than the smaller woman, even if the cup size is much smaller. 

Does this make sense?

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57 minutes ago, SweetSummers said:

 

It's proportional. :) A cup is 1 inch bigger than the band size, B cup is 2 inches, so on and so forth. That means that a 38D goes on a person with a 38 underbust, and a 42 bust, whereas 30FF goes on someone with a 30 underbust and, you guessed it! 42 bust. :) That's why they are the same. 

In a general sense, a large cup size is going to give the illusion of a large breast most of the time, because it means there is a big size gap between the bust and underbust. But a tiny lady with a large cup size doesn't necessarily have huge breasts; they are just big compared to her underbust! A taller woman with a larger ribcage will undoubtedly have larger breasts than the smaller woman, even if the cup size is much smaller. 

Does this make sense?

Errr, just about.  I think 30GGRedhead should provide some photographic evidence (just to illustrate the point, of course). :) 

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2 hours ago, SweetSummers said:

 

It's proportional. :) A cup is 1 inch bigger than the band size, B cup is 2 inches, so on and so forth. That means that a 38D goes on a person with a 38 underbust, and a 42 bust, whereas 30FF goes on someone with a 30 underbust and, you guessed it! 42 bust. :) That's why they are the same. 

In a general sense, a large cup size is going to give the illusion of a large breast most of the time, because it means there is a big size gap between the bust and underbust. But a tiny lady with a large cup size doesn't necessarily have huge breasts; they are just big compared to her underbust! A taller woman with a larger ribcage will undoubtedly have larger breasts than the smaller woman, even if the cup size is much smaller. 

Does this make sense?

Maybe I am just being naive but I think your first paragraph contradicts the second. What you mention in the first para is what I knew so far and it looks like simple math. Bust minus underbust= breast size.

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Saw Lia Amelia at the weekend and her new breasts are magnificent. 32DD/E, enhanced but really natural to the touch, could not stop playing with them!

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6 hours ago, SweetSummers said:

 

It's proportional. :) A cup is 1 inch bigger than the band size, B cup is 2 inches, so on and so forth. That means that a 38D goes on a person with a 38 underbust, and a 42 bust, whereas 30FF goes on someone with a 30 underbust and, you guessed it! 42 bust. :) That's why they are the same. 

In a general sense, a large cup size is going to give the illusion of a large breast most of the time, because it means there is a big size gap between the bust and underbust. But a tiny lady with a large cup size doesn't necessarily have huge breasts; they are just big compared to her underbust! A taller woman with a larger ribcage will undoubtedly have larger breasts than the smaller woman, even if the cup size is much smaller. 

Does this make sense?

You lost me at tits

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17 hours ago, dude815 said:

Maybe I am just being naive but I think your first paragraph contradicts the second. What you mention in the first para is what I knew so far and it looks like simple math. Bust minus underbust= breast size.

No, the first paragraph is more the technical specifics and the second is more about appearance. I may have fluffed it too much though! I just mean that the appearance is relative to an individual's size. Sorry if I've gotten a little too verbose!

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1 hour ago, SweetSummers said:

No, the first paragraph is more the technical specifics and the second is more about appearance. I may have fluffed it too much though! I just mean that the appearance is relative to an individual's size. Sorry if I've gotten a little too verbose!

Quite the contrary! An enjoyable little dissertation on the technical and subjective aspects of breast appearance. Keep up the good work

And, do you by any chance offer practical demonstrations as part of an appointment?

 

 

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Ah, the difference of understanding lies in what you mean by 'bust size'.

Sweet Summers = the measurement around the fullest part of the bust. Whereas most boobmen (me included) is not interested in that aspect. The breast aspect that attracts me is the size of the boob itself. That is, FF is large and A is small. FF gets me going regardless of the 'measurement around the fullest part of the bust'. However, the attraction is even greater when the size of the underbust is smaller. I think it's 'the ratio' that most boobmen go for.

Jayne Mansfield reputedly was 'busty'. But she had an enormous rib cage, and her actual cup size (boob) was quite small.

So, 30FF and 38D are the same bust size, if by that we mean the measurement round the fullest part of the bust.

30FF is a heck of a lot bigger than 38D, if by that we mean the part of the flesh that I like to play with ;) (yummmmmm!)

 

 

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37 minutes ago, Questor said:

Quite the contrary! An enjoyable little dissertation on the technical and subjective aspects of breast appearance. Keep up the good work

And, do you by any chance offer practical demonstrations as part of an appointment?

 

 

I always enjoy a bit of scientific study when it involves such enjoyable parts of my body. ;) Close inspection under a range of circumstances is very important.

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11 minutes ago, SweetSummers said:

I always enjoy a bit of scientific study when it involves such enjoyable parts of my body. ;) Close inspection under a range of circumstances is very important.

I like variety :) and in that context size isn't everything imo.  There are many other attributes beyond size that make breasts beautiful, but to discuss that could warrant a whole dissertation :o

 

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5 hours ago, Questor said:

Quite the contrary! An enjoyable little dissertation on the technical and subjective aspects of breast appearance. Keep up the good work

And, do you by any chance offer practical demonstrations as part of an appointment?

 

 

Don't we need 2 girls for such a demonstration? And taking as a fact that SweetSummers is a 34E what size should the other girl be? Same rib cage and different cup or the opposite? I am confused now:)

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On 15 February 2016 at 5:01 PM, SweetSummers said:

 

It's proportional. :) A cup is 1 inch bigger than the band size, B cup is 2 inches, so on and so forth. That means that a 38D goes on a person with a 38 underbust, and a 42 bust, whereas 30FF goes on someone with a 30 underbust and, you guessed it! 42 bust. :) That's why they are the same. 

In a general sense, a large cup size is going to give the illusion of a large breast most of the time, because it means there is a big size gap between the bust and underbust. But a tiny lady with a large cup size doesn't necessarily have huge breasts; they are just big compared to her underbust! A taller woman with a larger ribcage will undoubtedly have larger breasts than the smaller woman, even if the cup size is much smaller. 

Does this make sense?

not quite ;)

a 30FF lady will have approx a 38 inch chest :) i recommend googling the bra band project for examples ;) also, googling "sister sizing" will also bring up info. i'm such a bra nerd ;) 

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6 hours ago, ronn said:

Ah, the difference of understanding lies in what you mean by 'bust size'.

Sweet Summers = the measurement around the fullest part of the bust. Whereas most boobmen (me included) is not interested in that aspect. The breast aspect that attracts me is the size of the boob itself. That is, FF is large and A is small. FF gets me going regardless of the 'measurement around the fullest part of the bust'. However, the attraction is even greater when the size of the underbust is smaller. I think it's 'the ratio' that most boobmen go for.

Jayne Mansfield reputedly was 'busty'. But she had an enormous rib cage, and her actual cup size (boob) was quite small.

So, 30FF and 38D are the same bust size, if by that we mean the measurement round the fullest part of the bust.

30FF is a heck of a lot bigger than 38D, if by that we mean the part of the flesh that I like to play with ;) (yummmmmm!)

it's actually the same amount of flesh. the cup on a 30FF and 38D bra are about the same size. 

 

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6 hours ago, TheVicar said:

I like variety :) and in that context size isn't everything imo.  There are many other attributes beyond size that make breasts beautiful, but to discuss that could warrant a whole dissertation :o

 

I like the idea of a bit of breasts dissertation. ;) Academic geek, who me?

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Although the technicalities are interesting and every self-respecting boob lover should know them, all I got out of 20+ posts is just two names ; (

Given that the measurements seem to be cause confusion, I'll foster discussion by providing some examples of what I consider quality breasts: pornstars Samantha Saint and Kleio Valentien... :)

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12 hours ago, 30GGRedhead said:

not quite ;)

a 30FF lady will have approx a 38 inch chest :) i recommend googling the bra band project for examples ;) also, googling "sister sizing" will also bring up info. i'm such a bra nerd ;) 

The manufacturers transform us into bra nerds.  I normally buy 34FF or 34G bras, yet sometimes I am lucky to get 32FF or 32G bras.  But if I really like the design and they stop at cup D or DD, I know that I can get away with buying a 36 or 38D bra or DD and simply sew the sides of the bra underneath the arms.  What I need is the big cup, the rest can be adjusted.

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