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Every woman knows the feeling of relief after a long day….. Of wearing a bra! Getting home and taking off your bra is one of the most liberating feelings in the world. Did you know that you could be wearing the wrong bra?
Having the right bra is very important. Not only will you look better in your tops, but you will be supporting your breasts the way they are supposed to be supported! You won’t have to wait to get home and feel that relief of taking your bra off, you won’t even remember you’re wearing a bra if you have the right fit. Making your girls very friendly, motorboatable!

Motorboat is defined as
1. motorboat
v. int. The act of pushing one’s face in between two ample breasts, and rocking one’s head side to side very rapidly while making a vigorous, lip-vibrating “brrr” sound.

n. The sound produced when doing a motorboat.
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Most women don’t really know what their bra size is. Hell, a lot of women find one bra that fits them well and keep it for years! BAD IDEA! You need a bra that fits you the right way! A bar that will support your girls, your back, and shoulders! Here is a simple chart to help: (click to enlarge)
mf_bra-chart-top You have to start by getting your measurements! You will never have the right fit bust wise if you are  still in the 34B you wore in high school. You will feel the differance in wearing the right bra versus using the same bra all year.

There are two measurements you need to determine: band size and cup size. To find them, put on your best-fitting unpadded bra and stand in front of a mirror, holding a tape measure.
Band size: With the tape measure, measure around the top of your rib cage, directly under your bust. Be sure to keep the tape evenly horizontal to get the most accurate number possible. When you have the measurement, round it off to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add 4 inches; if it’s odd, add 5 inches. Your band size is the sum of this calculation. (So if you measured 32 inches, your band size is 36. If you measured 33 inches, your band size is 38.)
Cup size: Place the tape measure around the fullest part of your bust, again making sure that it stays as even as possible around your body. You also want the tape to be snug without digging into your skin. Round that measurement to the nearest even number and calculate the difference in inches between this number and your band size. A difference of 1 inch equals an A cup; 2 inches equals a B cup; 3 inches equals a C cup; and 4 inches equals a D cup. So if you measured a 36 band in the first step and you measured a 38 here, your cup size is B. (Source)

With the right bra, you could rule the world! Go out and get yourself fitted properly! Having the prefect fit could mean the difference between moterboatable boobs and saggy gradma boobs. Think about it!

This blog was inspired by: Tiannah Carolus
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