About

We are two women with big boobs and big ideas about them. We talk about everything related to our breasts here: the good, the bad, and the busty. Our names are 3D and DeeDee. Feel free to get in touch with us by e-mail at thebigboobblog [at] gmail [dot] com.

8 responses to “About

  1. I am thrilled to read this page. It has so much incredible information that is so helpful for those of us with big boobs. I have a love hate relationship with my boobs. I had a breast reduction when I was 19 taking my breast from a 34 DD to a 34 C. It was by far one of the best things I have ever done. It immediately alleviated back, shoulder and neck pain that would have only gotten worse over the years. However, a decade later and a few pounds heavier I have gotten some of my breast back. I am now a 32 D. They are now manageable and I actually like them finally! I have a few tricks that I have used for years. One thing we all know is that big boobs can add weight. I used to always wear a bra and a sports bra to hide them. This of course made them look much smaller and gave me great support and comfort. Also, the best sports bra I have ever found was a Speedo. I have had it for a very long time but I recommend their sports bras highly. They are larger which helps distribute the support. I have always been a swimmer and worn Speedo suits. They understand the support needed for an athletic busty girl. I am still in search for a good strapless bra. I have tried a million and have all but given up. I will try some of your suggestions! Thank you!

  2. I came across your blog due to a tag surf on “bartenders”. Honest, I swear I don’t surf on body part names 😉

    That entry was a fun read so I checked out the rest of your blog. It’s refreshing to read a blog with proper grammar and spelling. It’s a bonus when the entries are also intelligent and entertaining.

    You are both intelligent and attractive people. I look forward to reading your future posts.

  3. Is it ok that I just think you girls look hot?

  4. I found you girls by surfing for big boobs .

  5. I came across your blog while conducting yet another search for bras that actually fit. When you’ve got the Big Guns (I’m a 38I) you’re always searching for your next big find.

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts and feelings, although I’ve mostly made peace with my boobs it helps to know that I’m not alone in my quest for a good bra!

  6. I found your blog researching minimizers and let me start by saying thank you! As a top heavy (34 DD to 34DDD) 17 yr old, it’s good to know that there are other people with the same issues. I just purchased the Wacoal slimline online and am excitedly awaiting it’s arrival. Thanks for the tip.

  7. i found your blog looking for big boobs for my morning moment of zen and ended up actually reading the text!

    a few honest questions for the d crew:

    what causes the difference in the horizontal distance between the boobs? is it the bra, the body/boob type, or something else?

    how do you feel when a man says you have nice boobs?

    how big an issue is the weight of the boobs? do all big-boobed women have the same concern or does it mostly affect women who have smaller frames (relative to their boobs).

  8. I feel your pain! I wear a 38 G and it’s hell on Earth (and I’m only 18!). This is such a great blog and I love knowing that I’m not the only one.

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