Reading the “Boobs exist to make men happy” thread reminded me of a subject near and dear to my heart… boob geometry.
There are a lot of factors that affect the appearance of breasts, and I’ve been way too much time staring at female chests, trying to figure it out.
Bust size is really a misleading measurement. After all, it is the measurement of the total circumference of a woman’s rib cage + her breasts. Having a bust size of 38 is not so impressive if the woman is 6’ tall.
Likewise, cup size alone is a misleading indicator. A D cup in a 6’ woman is probably proportional for her frame, whereas a D cup on 4’9" woman is probably an eye-popper. But not necessarily - that short woman could have a large rib cage. So it’s a combination of bust & cup size - a 30C may be more of an eye-popper than a 48DD.
But the study of breast geometry doesn’t end there. Breasts seem to vary in how close they sit together (thereby creating cleavage). They also seem to vary in “perkiness”, which is really a measure of how high they sit on the chest. The Miracle Bra works by pushing breast up and close together. On the other end of the scale, a lot of technically well-endowed women are not attractive because they hang low and far apart.
So my question is: Is there a way one can measure all these factors in a single measurement?