QUOTE(Sabretooth @ Mar 17 2007, 08:35 PM) [snapback]2797589[/snapback]
Another factor is the same with girl's breasts as it is with men's pec muscles.
Schwarzeneggar had pec muscles that attached to each other in the middle. Other bodybuilders, such as Franco Colombu had pecs that went right down to the bone, leaving a gap between them.
Women's breasts are the same way. Some attach to the chest and leave a gap down the middle which is the breastbone (which varies in width) and some butt right up against each other, leaving no gap.
This will also vary the cleavage factor.
Total breast volume is one factor. The amount of area the breast covers is another, firmness is another, and distance between the breasts is another.
A large woman can have the same amount of breast volume as a smaller woman, but as it is spread over a larger area, it doesn't mound up like the smaller woman's breast.
I am amazed that more guys don't know this stuff.
There is more to women's beauty than just "Duh, ooh, t!t$, I have an erection." But, I guess that explains why so many guys go for so many women that are not all that attractive.
No analysis, just cleavage, short skirt, tons of face bondo, and *poof* most guys' dream girl.
I made a thread about the illusions of breast size a long time ago (such as how cleavage varies, regardless of breast size), and some of the guys didn't want to believe me. Hell, some girls don't even want to believe me.
The facts just ruin the fantasy. Some guys are probably frustrated that they can't see the actual boob itself, so they need to rely on cleavage to help them fantasize that this girl's chest is huge.
Clothes can also have an effect on how your breasts look on the outside. I don't think some people are aware of this either. Tube tops and sports bras are notorious for making girls look flatter, because the tightness presses against your chest. Some of the most stylish shirts can make you look like you're a cup size smaller.
Turtlenecks and cotton shirts will make your chest look bigger.
If certain clothes can make you look skinnier, fatter, have bigger thighs, have a wider stomach...why is it so hard to believe that clothes can also alter how your breasts look?