In praise of small boobs

I’ve been dating this new girl recently, and she is beautiful. Gorgeous eyes, awesome skin, awesome smile. She always smells great. She has an athletic frame that she carries with confidence.

She also happens to have the smallest breasts of any woman I’ve ever dated. There’s no way they’d fill a B cup. In fact, she gets away with wearing no bra at all with many of her outfits, and there’s no problem because there’s no sag. And they look (and feel) awesome on her. Everything from hugging her, to dancing with her, to romps in the sack, are like entirely new experiences! I feel young again! **YOUNG, I TELL YOU!!! ** (I’m actually 32.)

The thing is, I was never specifically a “big boob guy,” at least not consciously. But, as I gazed upon her prone post-coital form the other evening, I realized that breasts are like mountains. Symmetry and surroundings are more important than sheer size.

Take Mount Everest, for example. It’s the biggest mountain in the world, but it’s surrounded by other huge mountains. They so detract from its majesty that as recently as 50 years ago, we weren’t 100% certain that it was really the tallest mountain in the world.

Now look at Mount Fujiyama. It’s far smaller than Everest (isn’t it like 12,000 feet or something?), but it’s the only peak in sight on a flat plain. That, combined with its rare symmetry and form, make it look like the biggest, most beutiful thing in the world. So, yep. Make mine a nice A cup on a flat stomach and I’m golden.

Feel free to chime in with your agreement, disagreement, or accusations of shallowness. :smiley:

I think we need pictures of these boobs so that we can form our own opinions.

Lots of pictures…

You are young.

I’ve always been a fan of a nice, large rack, but it was never “the” deciding factor (usually, “the” deciding factor was that a lady actually agreed to date me, but I digress). I’ve had the pleasure of playing with everything from A to DD+. As long as they’re natural and move naturally, they’re ALL good.

Pictures? Heck, dude; we both live in Houston. I could probably arrange…

…you know what? I think I’d better check with her first. :smiley: :wink:

I agree with you almost completely. To me, size does matter to a certain extent, in that they must be large enough to cup with one hand, but not so big that one will spill out of both. Personally, I find firmness/perkiness far more important than pure size; in fact, I’d much prefer a smaller perky pair over larger less perky ones.

This doesn’t make you a man shallow, provided its not all you’re interested in; a certain amount of physical attraction is necessary in a relationship. From the rest of your post, it sounds like you like plenty of other things about her than just her physical appearance, so… enjoy.

I would imagine that as the years roll on, the “smaller perky pair” will remain perkier. As I have no way of testing this that would not result in my death at the hands of Mrs. D_Odds, it is just supposition. I can attest to the fact that larger ones do lose their perkiness over time.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - As long as I get to play with them, I don’t care how big/small/fake/real they are!

Yes, pics are required.

I have recently developed “a thing” for Kate Hudson. She is, to me, totally gorgeous. And I think a big part of it is that she has small breasts, but doesn’t run out and do the Hollywood thing and buy an upgrade. She’d still be gorgeous with larger boobs, of course.

I have no opinion, really. I dated women and girls of all sizes and shapes before I married, and, yep, there was something special about the small-titted. But as I think back over the years and the ladies … excuse me, I’ll be back in a bit …

Ditto Cameron Diaz.

After many years of gazing at female breasts and trying to decide which ones I like the most, I have come to the following conclusion:
I just like boobs… I like em all. The small ones, the large ones, the real ones and the fake ones… I don’t think there has been a pair of boobs I have seen and said to myself, “Boy, I wish I hadn’t seen those.” I am not talking about staged boobs, the kind that are covered in clothes pins and stuff like that, I am talking just about a womans boobs as they are in everyday life. Am I a pervert? Maybe. The one thing I do know is that I like boobs.

This should be my credo.

I too am happy with whatever boobs come my way. That said, clevage does indeed grab my eye, so I suppose I have a small preference for moderate to large sized breasts.

I had a girlfriend once with very very very small breasts. Very small. She was beautiful, and they were fine, but I always felt a little strange playing with them. Like, they’re so small, do they matter much? They just didn’t scream “we’re breasts, touch us!”

I will take that as a compliment…

My first credo… wow.

It’s always better to act and then seek forgiveness later.
E-mails in my thingy. :smiley:

Personally, I prefer smaller breasts because I know they wont be an issue when the gal’s 45+ years old. Large one are nice now, but smaller ones tend to hold up better with age.

Plus, I like perkiness of the smaller breast.

The one we have been waiting for, he who will lead us… has arrived.

The one thing I can respect Paris Hilton for is that she didn’t go out and get giant breasts, even though she’s the exact type you’d expect would.

Big boobs are vastly overrated, IMHO.

They were mute? That must be a first, because every set of breasts with which I’ve had the pleasure of being acquainted shouted that loud and clear. As a matter of fact, I still hear all the shouts, every minute I’m out in public, but I’m helpless to do anything about it

There are at least two in this that might change your mind – 22 women and 41 breasts, ranging in age from 6 to 84.

Completely irrelevent and minor tiny nitpick hijack: “Mount Fujiyama” is redundant, because “yama” means mountain, so the correct name would be either “Mount Fuji” or “Fuji-san” (which is the other and preferred pronunciation for the characters that might be pronounced “Fujiyama” but never are; the “san” in this case is different from the polite form of address for people). Now back to your pleasant discussion of ladies’ secondary sex characteristics, in which I only have a minor aesthetic interest.