Plastic Surgeon: Most Women Want a D Cup

U.K. doc says after testing larger size for two weeks, most opt to go even bigger

by Lesley Kennedy • Reporter

The bigger the boobs, the better?

Perhaps in homage to the Dolly Partons, Pamela Andersons and Christina Hendricks of the world, most women who get breast-enhancement surgery opt for a D cup, London’s Daily Mail reports.

When women wear a seriously padded bra for two weeks to test a new size, they end up wanting to go at least another size bigger, on average, Mark Henley, a plastic surgeon in the U.K., tells the newspaper.

We’re guessing they didn’t do a lot of jogging during those two weeks.

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First Published Mon, 2012-09-17 19:36

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