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Old Sat, Jul-19-08, 06:48
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Plan: Atkins '72 It works best!
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Thank you Pennink!
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Old Mon, Jul-21-08, 17:42
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My daughter has threatened to disown me if I even try on one of those empire waist tops and it seems that at Penningtons you can get either that or T-shirts for casual summer wear.

Mind you, since she now lives many thousands of kilometres away, I guess I could at least try one on. But that would mean driving a long way to a clothing store, so maybe not.
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Old Tue, Jul-29-08, 06:16
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Man, I have never figured out why women with nice neat and tidy breasts have plastic surgery to get great big ones. Except for when I nursed my kids, mine are a nuisance and make dressing crisply a very challenging project. Fortunately, when I get thin, they shrink some. On the other hand, my willowy (5'10" size 6) daughter is a bra size 34b and she is wistful about being "so small" I guess we all want what we dont have!

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I have never understood this either. I hate having lumpy breasts that are too big! They are always in the way and my fitted t-shirts always get stretched out and button up shirts and hopeless.

I have always wanted a leaner, tidier look too. There is nothing wrong with pretty curves....but my breasts are overloaded...and now saggy after breast feeding

When I reach my goal, I am looking into a breast reduction...smaller and higher
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Old Fri, Mar-27-09, 16:32
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I love pretty night gowns and P'J's. And I love my bed with fresh clean sheets on it every night.
And yes , before you even ask, I do have five sets of sheets for my bed, so I can wash them and have a clean set for each night.
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Old Thu, Feb-25-10, 11:29
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This thread is great but how do I deal with the fact that my wife needs a whole new wardrobe?!?! Damn weight loss..... new pants, new shirts, new bras..
from size 16 to size 10 and down a cup size. way to go honey!
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Old Thu, Feb-25-10, 11:30
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I have never understood this either. I hate having lumpy breasts that are too big! They are always in the way and my fitted t-shirts always get stretched out and button up shirts and hopeless.

I have always wanted a leaner, tidier look too. There is nothing wrong with pretty curves....but my breasts are overloaded...and now saggy after breast feeding

When I reach my goal, I am looking into a breast reduction...smaller and higher



you lose the weight and I'm sure it'll take care of itself!
here's to the new you!
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