"The results of a number of surveys and studies in many different countries show that between 70% to 100% of women wear incorrectly fitted bras."
I was so enthusiastic about The Breast Cancer month until I bought most Pink Edition magazines (I just bought Women's Weekly). I read about breast cancer survivors, information on breast cancer, information about the breast itself and so on.
Because I have breasts. That's it.
I can't imagine the agony that the women has to go through at that particular part. I know that giving birth is much more painful, but have you ever imagine about the pain at your chest or specifically the breasts? (if you're a man, imagine your nipples instead). If you ask me, I don't want to have any pain at all at that area. I can call my mummy:(
When I was in primary school, we played with the boys. Football, tingting, badminton, galah panjang, and bola cop. I loved galah panjang the most but I hated the elbows. Sometimes the play got too passionate, everyone tend to forget they were players from both sides - girls and boys. So, when a boy wanted to prevent you to go through, he forgot (or pretend to forget) to safe the girls' breast from his elbow.
Impact from elbow to breasts?
Trust me, I had that.
That's the reason why some elderly won't let the girls to play with the boys. But those days were different, nothing sexual happened from those incidents. The only thing we did after the game was either to shrug it off or to apologise (which rarely happened because boys will be boys). Otherwise, if you're not tough enough, don't play with the boys. Play masak-masak!
Things changed over the years. If you're asking me to play galah panjang with the boys again these days, I will automatically decline the request.
What seemed to be small in the old days are growing bigger.
Whoever you called friend in the old days is now eligible to be your husband.
They are not boys. They are men.
I'm going brassiere shopping today.
I have made some research about how to choose a good bra which fits.
Wikipedia, (my favourite site) gave me some tips. I am lucky to read the articles before I'm getting my period again, otherwise I have to wait (reading is the key). I also learned that there are number of complications which can raised as a result of choosing wrong bras.
I also found this very impressive and helpful videos in YouTube:
So, to women out there - please choose your bra wisely. The pain won't be because of the elbow if you're not.
White is too pure and innocent.
Black looks naughty.
Red looks daring.
Blue looks prefect.
Green looks earthy.
I have a question:
Why do men run away everytime they see the signboard Triumph in the mall?
Why can't they participate?
I think I'm asking the right question at the right time.
It's breast cancer month.
Let's pray for the women:)
* By the way, Triumph has butterfly cut bras.....nice!
*(edited: grammar error!~)