I've got a little story for ya' Ags! (as in "Aggies" for those of you not in touch with the A&M lingo...)
A while back I decided that I was finally going to get properly fitted for a bra. Everywhere I turn the media seem to be telling me that VERY VERY few women have a proper fit. Why would I be any different, right? So, off I go, ready to bare it all. I had my game face on.
In I walk to the specialty bra store. I grabbed a few samples that I thought might be my correct size, and I crept towards the fitting room. Then, I did it. I told the saleslady that I wanted her to help fit me, please. She was probably younger than I was, and she was definitely shorter than I was. (That was hard since I'm only 5'4".) Frankly, she looked a bit upset to have been bothered at all. I decided that to reduce the awkward nature of the whole ordeal, I'd be on my best behavior. No jokes, no small talk, and no impatience. So much for that plan.
Here's how she "properly fitted" me. (Please keep in mind that the store advertises itself as the bra experts.)
First, she asked, "What size are you wearing?"
I answered, "34-B"
She asked, "How's that working for you?"
I answered, "Ummmm, alright I guess."
She asked, "Why don't you try on another one and see how that feels?"
I answered, "Ummmm, okay." I thought, "Ummmm, this is NOT going well..."
After I put on the second bra...
She asked, "How does that feel?"
I answered, "Uhhh, fine."
She declared, "Whatever you want should work just fine."
Please notice that there was NEVER a discussion about sizes. She never even suggested a different style. I concluded that this whole experiment was a big flop.
Moral of the story: as long as you're not flopping around, spilling over, or leaving a vacancy, "Whatever you want should work just fine."
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