crystalcomatose asked: If I sound rude or annoying I'm so so sorry I swear I don't mean to. How do you deal with such large breasts? Like do they get in the way of your day to day life? And why did you want to have such large beasts?
I have such large breasts because I really like large breasts and I wanted them. =p Sorry if you can’t comprehend that. It’s just something that someone has to understand to get me. Some people like things that others may not like… It bothers me that people don’t seem to understand that.
They haven’t changed my life at all since before them, so I don’t know how to answer your other question other than… No? How do I deal? I don’t know… I… Same way I did before, I guess? =p
pkhaos asked: is that natural or breast implant? what was your natural breast size?
36 H was my natural. 36 O is my current.
Anonymous asked: Doesn't it bother you to have macromastia? I know you have hordes of fans who will ogle and compliment your massive tits, but they don't see it from an objective point of view. Would you consider a breast reduction surgery? It could free your back from lot of strain, allow you to buy a wider variety of clothing and would even compliment your figure. Honestly, your breasts are too big and make you look bad. You have a great figure, and these monsters only take away from it. Just my two cents.
Okay. First, I wouldn’t say I have macromastia, as that is an actual medical condition and my bust size don’t really give me troubles in my daily life. Second, I wouldn’t mind to have smaller breasts (as my bust size going up always means I’ve gained weight, since fat tends to go to my breasts and mid section) but is nothing for what I would get surgery. I don’t have any of the famed back pains and while the clothing aspect is annoying I am not a a size 0 so I’d still have to buy plus sizes. Really, I’ve learned to be happy with how I am and I think a simple diet and exercise would be better than any surgery.
This is how I read that:
Them: Hey, you have to undergo a massive surgery to make me happy with your appearance.
the-mobius-strip-club asked: Hey Lucy! I recently bought my first corset, a 26 inch CS-305 from orchard corset and I luurve it. However, i have quite a straight underbust/waist, so when i lace it up there's quite a bit of room left around my underbust. It arrived yesterday so I've obvs only just begun seasoning it, so will the gap disappear when i can fully lace it or would i be better off returning it? My measurements are 31, 30, and 36, if that helps. Thank you!! :)
The CS-305 has a ribcage/ top edge that’s about 4” larger than its closed waist measurement, according to the website. So by the time you can completely close your size 26” corset, the top edge should be around 30”. So as you’re able to lace down more and more, you should be able to see the gap disappear. :)
However, you might also find that the corset doesn’t want to close all the way on you, because of the difference between your natural hips (36”) and the corset’s predicted hips (33”). So this corset might actually be not curvy enough for you, if you want to be able to close it in the back.
It’s up to you if you’d like to keep your CS-305, but have you considered the CS-411 to fit your body shape better? Only exchange it if you feel comfortable doing so. :)
Lucy is the most wonderful and helpful person in the Corsetry world. I will never comprehend how someone could be nasty to her.
rr-rrrr-rrrr-rrrr asked: I'm so sorry I keep asking aesthetic surgery related questions. >.< How did you end up financing your surgery? Did you save a long time and if you did, how did you save (keep a separate bank account/etc)? Or did you take out a loan? I've finally decided I absolutely want to get cosmetic surgery and I found a doctor I like. Your answers help tremendously. Thank you so much. <3
This is a question that I get frequently, and frankly I’m embarrassed about the answer.
My husband 100% paid for it. I’ve never been good at saving money, and when I moved from Australia to Japan, managing to save the required $4,000 for that whole life upheaval was a massive step for me. It required not spending money, working my arse off, and being generally miserable.
I am a person who treats any sadness with objects. So basically, I shop when I am sad. So saving that chunk of money was a massive thing for me.
My husband however, is the exact opposite to that. I think he derives great pleasure from saving money. He is the most skilled person at saving that I have ever met, and since being with him I have learned a lot in that arena. Most importantly, study the fuck out of any item you intend to buy.
Study. Study. Study. Study. Study. Not just to find out about it, but to see if you even give enough of a shit about it to spend money on it. If you aren’t willing to throw at least a few hours into researching an item, how badly do you really want it? It also means that you get the best possible version of the item for the money you are spending.
But, I digress from the question. My breasts have cost in total $20,000 (one surgery was 11,000, the other 9,000.) and on top of that were two people’s flights from Japan to America, plus hotel costs and other such expenditures. My husband was the source of all of that money. I am just the willing receiver.
filthy-humans asked: Oh. My. Goodness. That bum. Damn, just damn.
Thank you filthy human. <3 I too think it’s quite the nice posterior.