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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lory View Post
    I'm so glad you pointed this out, its a fact, the same clothes look completely different depending on what size boobs you have.

    I wore a plain white fitted Tshirt a couple of weeks ago and got three comments in one day. (before anyone says anything, I had a bra on!) Now I feel embarrassed to wear it again
    If you wear fitted clothes, you get stared at and sly comments. If you wear loose clothing you look pregnant...

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by batnurse View Post
    If you wear loose clothing you look pregnant...
    I look like a fat shapeless blob in baggy clothes!
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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    If a woman with small or medium boobs wears a top like this under a suit, it looks absolutely fine.
    Oh yee women with ample bosoms - I do envy you lot! Some of us have to make do with 'accessories' - gel boosts, etc before we look or at least feel fine! Celebrate your boobs!

    And as for the men who make comments ... they probably have to be seen to make a comment only after they have been 'caught' red handed oggling at them! And yes, I have a few friends with big ones and they do moan that it seems to attract a mass of men (generally the men who they don't wish to speak to!)

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    Then I get the plss taken out of me at work, with the blokes telling me to "Put them away", etc.
    [serious mode on ]

    hmm that makes me wonder what kind of workplace you're at... I really can't imagine my colleagues making such comments (well, I don't have 'ample bosom' myself but even if I had or just thinking of other ladies)... Have you confronted them about it ? talked to your boss / HR ? (don't tell me he does it too)... to me it sounds like grossly inappropriate comments to make in a workplace environment. Plus I'm sure this could relate easily to sexual harrassment laws etc.

    [/end of serious mode]



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    So underneath that mild-mannered, demure exterior, you're actually a demon temptress succubus from hell, trying to tempt poor innocent men into eternal darkness and suffering?
    I remain to meet a man who is innocent.


    Quote Originally Posted by straycat View Post
    I honestly would never have guessed!
    One would have thought that the whipping business was a bit of a give-away, though

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    I remain to meet a man who is innocent.
    (for long)

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    One would have thought that the whipping business was a bit of a give-away, though
    Really? Why?

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by straycat View Post
    Really? Why?
    I wouldn't know myself, it's what people are saying...

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Not ashamed to say I'm an admirer of a shapely figure, heaving buxom and plunging cleavage. I find it the sweetest of eye candy
    ... but while dancing, talking or socialising I'm focusing on eyes and lips rather than anything else: I would think of it as sleasy if I took advantage of dancing to satisfy my sweet tooth (and I would rather not think of myself like that), but I do appreciate and admire the attire adorned to amplify and appear ample assets.
    {... perhaps I should have picked a letter further up the alphabet }

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by JiveLad View Post

    Dunno - what do you think?
    I think you seem to have a preoccupation with breasts this is the 2nd post I have read from you in the last couple of days where you mention them

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by JiveLad View Post
    An interesting article in the Independent today:
    Cleavage: how low do you go? - Features, Fashion - The Independent
    Dunno - what do you think?
    Not very low; it does not help the dancing.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    [serious mode on ]

    hmm that makes me wonder what kind of workplace you're at... I really can't imagine my colleagues making such comments (well, I don't have 'ample bosom' myself but even if I had or just thinking of other ladies)... Have you confronted them about it ? talked to your boss / HR ? (don't tell me he does it too)... to me it sounds like grossly inappropriate comments to make in a workplace environment. Plus I'm sure this could relate easily to sexual harrassment laws etc.

    [/end of serious mode]

    Standard day at DT's office - sales office, I'm the only woman...20 men.

    "Here she comes, blimey we'll have to get the door widened if those tits of hers get any bigger...you don't need a cup holder for your coffee, just wedge your cup between your tits...Well done Sam, you've got another contract in, who'd you f*ck to win that?/which low cut top did you wear to get that contract?" etc, etc.

    It's constant. My boss is just as bad as the rest of them.

    On a positive note...I am the top surveyor in my department and I know they are all jealous so use sexual comments about my breasts/me being a woman to try and bring me down a peg or two. Guess what...it doesn't work.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    Standard day at DT's office - sales office, I'm the only woman...20 men.

    "Here she comes, blimey we'll have to get the door widened if those tits of hers get any bigger...you don't need a cup holder for your coffee, just wedge your cup between your tits...Well done Sam, you've got another contract in, who'd you f*ck to win that?/which low cut top did you wear to get that contract?" etc, etc.

    It's constant. My boss is just as bad as the rest of them.

    On a positive note...I am the top surveyor in my department and I know they are all jealous so use sexual comments about my breasts/me being a woman to try and bring me down a peg or two. Guess what...it doesn't work.
    And on the plus side, they'll never fire you/make you redundant, as you could sue the pants off them for sexual discrimination!

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    It's constant. My boss is just as bad as the rest of them.

    On a positive note...I am the top surveyor in my department and I know they are all jealous so use sexual comments about my breasts/me being a woman to try and bring me down a peg or two. Guess what...it doesn't work.
    I've worked with plenty of salesmen and not one of them has been even remotely pleasant.

    They're always threatened by anyone whom they consider to be less of a bloke than them. Nice people, women, anyone slightly 'normal'.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    "Here she comes, blimey we'll have to get the door widened if those tits of hers get any bigger...you don't need a cup holder for your coffee, just wedge your cup between your tits...Well done Sam, you've got another contract in, who'd you f*ck to win that?/which low cut top did you wear to get that contract?" etc, etc.

    It's constant. My boss is just as bad as the rest of them.
    You know, you don't have to put up with that sort of sh1t.
    Talk to a lawyer and see how much you'd earn for a case in sexual harrassment (with resulting emotional damage of course )... just a thought...

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Caro View Post
    You know, you don't have to put up with that sort of sh1t.
    Talk to a lawyer and see how much you'd earn for a case in sexual harrassment (with resulting emotional damage of course )... just a thought...
    I know you are right, but I give as good as I get.

    Please don't shoot me with the forum gun for saying this but I also think that sometimes women are their own worst enemy when it comes to suing companies for sexual harassment, etc. I'm sure that male bosses are reluctant to hire women these days because they are scared of a claim up. We can't win.

    You can understand it when you hear stories like the one in the paper today about a woman who won 57,000 for having her boobs groped by her boss, then being sacked for complaining about it, but some women scream blue murder if a bloke in the office so much as gives them a compliment.

    I dunno...it's a nightmare innit?

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lory View Post
    I look like a fat shapeless blob in baggy clothes! :
    can't comment I havn't seen you in a big baggy anything, you always look fab, you look even better now than when I met you, but IMO you have style whatever shape you are, you know how to dress

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    I know you are right, but I give as good as I get.

    I like a bit of banter, I do know the difference with down right rude, and I say so.





    how low?


    i'm not pay this to keep 'em coverd up

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    I know you are right, but I give as good as I get.

    Please don't shoot me with the forum gun for saying this but I also think that sometimes women are their own worst enemy when it comes to suing companies for sexual harassment, etc. I'm sure that male bosses are reluctant to hire women these days because they are scared of a claim up. We can't win.
    I see what you mean and I work too in a (very) male dominated environment, there are a lot of jokes and teasing involved sometimes but so far they have never crossed the line to inappropriate-ness.
    I think it's important to draw the line between friendly banter and compliments, and downright rudeness & harrassment. I don't think anybody would have any doubts as to which category the stuff you get at work belong to.

    You don't have to put up with more than reasonable to prove you're a strong, independent woman - I think it's an easy trap to fall in in fact (and I'm sure some men abuse of that, they'll know you won't want to be seen as the girly who complained), yet there's nothing weak or childish in complaining for inappropriate behaviour - quite the opposite
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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maxine View Post
    I think you seem to have a preoccupation with breasts this is the 2nd post I have read from you in the last couple of days where you mention them
    Hi - and thanks for reading my posts

    Both of the posts are derived from newspaper articles: I do like to keep abreast of what is happening in the world.

    Incidentally, I did not mention the word 'breasts' in one of the post I think you are referring to (the Dubai sex on the beach thread) - I used the word 'bosoms'...........they are different aren't they?
    Last edited by JiveLad; 11th-July-2008 at 05:49 PM.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    As low as I can get away with without falling out, and probably lower than I ought, in the hope that I am controlling where eyes rove - I would prefer someone to stare at my chest and think good or bad things about my state of attire than do same at my equally ample bum and thighs.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by Double Trouble View Post
    Put the same top on me and it's a different story.
    *scratches head*
    Wouldn't you be a different size to the woman with small breasts? Or buying different cuts of clothing?
    I can't imagine it changing the comments/looks you get, though.

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    Re: Cleavage: how low do you go?

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinHarper View Post
    *scratches head*
    You can get some lotion for that...it's called shampoo

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinHarper View Post
    Wouldn't you be a different size to the woman with small breasts? Or buying different cuts of clothing?
    I can't imagine it changing the comments/looks you get, though.
    For gawd sakes Martin, is the family brain cell being used by the dog presently?

    See Lory's post below for the hard of understanding.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lory View Post
    I'm so glad you pointed this out, its a fact, the same clothes look completely different depending on what size boobs you have.

    I wore a plain white fitted Tshirt a couple of weeks ago and got three comments in one day. (before anyone says anything, I had a bra on!) Now I feel embarrassed to wear it again

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