Um, my friend is 17 and she had (emphasis on the had) really small boobs. But she looked great. I mean she was gorgeous, a girl every guy wants, pretty face and everything. I had always known she didn't like her boobs because she would complain about it and say to me or your so lucky to have big boobs (yeah right). So even though I tried to convince her big boobs aren't the greatest and that her's were perfect she went ahead and got breast implants. Now mind you she was a 36a... a 36a. A very nice size for her because she was so pretty, I would be jealous. But now she came to me yesterday and her boobs look like watermelons. Literally. I almost had my eyes poked out the way she kept waving them around. She is now a um 38dd. A bit bigger than me. I have never felt so much pain in my life because of a hug. Her boobs were squishing mine and they felt rock hard. Now of course I keep on a nice smile and everything, let her know she looks great. But she asks me "does it look good" (define good), "does it look real (um)", "will the guys like" (they will certainly stare). I don't like lying to her. She's one of my best friends and she takes things to the heart. I tried giving her hints that they aren't exactly the best ever. I don't want her to get her feelings hurt by others (guys) who might grope her and then find something to be weird. And not to sound selfish but I don't want my boobs squished everytime I see her either. Any ideas?
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An A to a DD? I know surgery can drastically increase the size, but I know that increasing the size that much in just one surgery is VERY dangerous. From an A, they usually bring you up to a C/small D, THEN up to a DD...
Might want to ask about that...
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Well, this may be one of those things that she felt she had to do. Maybe I'm wrong, idk. But as her friend, you know, you should be honest. If she is going to take it badly, then try and be supportive, but lend your opinion in a way that is kind and gently let her know over the course of time. But the truth, is always better then lying. Sometimes a white lie is in order, but in this situation, be her friend and let her know how you feel. If she is happy the way she is, then just know you did your duty as a friend and that you will be there for her.
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