Want them fuller, bigger, smaller --just different? Yep, us too.
They start growing at about age 12, they shrink after kids, and they sag when you're old, but there's one common thread -- their yours and their yours to keep, and most of us wish they were just a little bit different. But how far would we go to change them? We took an office poll and it turns out, that when it comes to plastic surgery, we'd rather pass, even when they make us miserable. Melissa, mom of 1 (34B) said: "Once you have kids, you can't just be vain, you have to consider the risks of plastic surgery. Would I like them bigger? Yes. Would I get implants? No." Jill, mom of 2 (34A) agreed: "I have considered it but I wouldn't get them because of the message it sends to my daughters." Even in the case of Jenny (34C) who thinks her boobs are "disgusting," and make her "totally self-conscious during sex," said she would have a terrible time deciding on getting them "fixed." One thing all the moms DID agree upon, is that they were happier with their boobs before they had kids: "Anyone who says breast feeding makes them bigger is full of s#*t," said Jill.
The office consensus: You are a rare woman if you like your boobs just the way they are. Most of us want to change them, but probably wouldn't. Oh, and when it comes to the men in our lives? Jill summed it up nicely and I think you'll agree: "He says mine are great, but does he look at a pair of fakies walking by? You betcha."
Catch the boob debate on Tyra today (some say their small boobs are even ruining their relationships!).