7 Greatest Things About Having A Small Chest

7 Greatest Things About Having A Small Chest

7 Greatest Things About Having A Small Chest

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Being small in the bust isn't all bad. In fact, a petite rack comes with some big advantages.

Alan Wieder became obsessed with his penis in 2005. Convinced that it was the smallest in the world, he spent the entire year poring over penis-size statistics, measuring his manhood (up to 20 times a day), and yes, even trying to increase his size through questionable contraptions.Size, Apparently, Matters More To Guys

Four years later, after going through lots of therapy and penning a memoir about his neurotic obsession entitled Year of the Cock, Wieder is finally at peace with his size. In fact, he's even able to joke about it. He recently published a list of the "13 Greatest Things About Having A Small Penis" on Asylum (with items including: "10. You can related to women better because you more or less have a vagina." and "7. You have a fourteen percent better chance of talking your significant other into backdoor action.") Backdoor For Beginners

We like Wieder's positive attitude and sense of humor. So much, that after reading his list, we couldn't help but feel inspired to write our own about another small something that gets its share of uncharitable jokes. We've decided to call it: "7 Greatest Things About Having A Small Rack."

7. While all your girlfriends complain about their giant drooping breasts reaching their knees, you can feel good about the fact that your small drooping breasts will never make it past your waist.

6. Your chest has that chic Kate Moss look, and you didn't even need to snort cocaine to make it happen.

5. Two words, with regard to men: eye contact.

4. No need to buy new bras after fourth grade.

3. Hours of fun as you and your man fight over who has the bigger breasts.

2. Nothing impeding the fabulous view of your giant gut.

1. The joy of being described by others as a girl with a pretty face and a really great personality.





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