Ode to a Grasshopper wrote:[url="http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2010/04/05/2864558.htm"]The whole clip is pretty funny, but 3.35 in is especially priceless[/url]...on a semi-related note, guess where I'm likely going in late July/early August?:devil:
Seriously though, would any of you women out there in SYMland choose to wear a bra if you didn't have to? I mean, those things are pretty hard to get off and from from all accounts I've heard they're pretty uncomfortable too, so WTF?
To be honest, I'm not really surprised... I spent almost a year in Japan during the early 1990s, and I saw quite a lot of evidence of this trend even back then.
Er... but the bra thing!?! That's a bit extreme...
As to your second point, I consider myself highly fortunate that I actually can
choose whether to wear one of those devices, depending on the shirt I'm wearing. When I opt to wear a bra, I favour the extremely soft and comfortable sports varieties, which have the added bonus of being very simple to put on and off.
Personally, I've never understood the women who want to be built in such a way that they need
a bra closely resembling a medieval torture device.
When you are more modestly proportioned: gravity is much less of an enemy, bras are often optional, men look at your face rather than your chest when talking to you, activities like working out or yoga are usually easier....