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15-08-2006
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i think that showing a LOT of cleavage is extremely unflattering and also actually distracting...

i think it is hard for people to focus on your face when presented with two giant bosoms...and so they do not hear much of what you are saying...

*so...
if ....you have something to say-
i would say modesty is the best policy...
if .... on the other hand....
you are empty-headed and you don't want anyone to notice...
get naked...!!!...


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Nothing to show here even if I tried......

I agree that size does matter. Unfortunately, larger-breasted women will have the problem of little *ahem* accidents so it's safer to cover up a bit more.

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you are hilarious, softgrey...
i am entirely with you, susie + chanel + droogist...
the only cleavage i have to show is toe cleavage!
(which i think can be very sexy, btw)

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I only like the kind of cleavage that shows skin, not volume.

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Sigh...Tara Reid is like a walking 'Don't end up like me' warning sign

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droog fatal flaw! what if they're staring anyway & you're fully covered?
Hmm...wait for them to grow out of puberty (mental or otherwise), then try it again...?

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we may be here forever? ;]
calexico i'm also a fan of toe cleavage. haha
some people really hate it though, for some reason?

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you guys are fantastic!!!......
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**i'm in the toe cleavage club as well...
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16-08-2006
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As one of the Dolly Parton-esque chest club, we don't all mean to look trashy

But a lot of high necklines make larger chested girls look matronly...

Personally, I think a reasonably low v is fine, if worn with tailored trousers or a pencil skirt.

I draw the line at showing cleavage when a skirt is above the knee though...

People pay a lot of money for boobs like mine - I may aswell make the best of them

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Too much cleavage? No such thing! Haha.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by softgrey
i think that showing a LOT of cleavage is extremely unflattering and also actually distracting...

i think it is hard for people to focus on your face when presented with two giant bosoms...and so they do not hear much of what you are saying...

*so...
if ....you have something to say-
i would say modesty is the best policy...
if .... on the other hand....
you are empty-headed and you don't want anyone to notice...
get naked...!!!...


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I have a feeling that's going to be the second (or third, depending on how you look at 'em) thing they'll notice, though

Saw this thread and had to mention what I saw yesterday in a business environment ... a wrap top revealed no, not cleavage, but *the entire inner profile of the breast* ... everything but the tip. *Now* I've seen it all ...




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Cleavage is great. But it can be excess depending on the situation or occasion.

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Well this is tricky because i dont mind seeing a woman that has a huge cleavage but knows how to handle it if you know what i mean!
But when it comes to me i follow:

I like my clothes to be tight enough to show I'm a woman... but loose enough to show I'm a lady Rule!



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When your boobs are kinda big, I find it tasteful to keep cleavage low key. I donīt like talking to somebody and having her boobies in my face. But itīs a matter of personal choices.
Sometimes it can work, but most of the times too much cleavage in display is just a call for comments.

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I never show too much cleavage. Or much cleavage at all. Just not a fan of the comments that go with it from all the pervs out there. If something makes me uncomfortable then that's it. I think if you can pull it off good on you

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