The Smart Bra

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 01:41PM
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I think some of my back pain is caused by my J Cups which are very heavy.

Mine are bigger but I do have broad shoulders for a woman so it is less of an issue. Then again it would probably have had more of an effect if I were walking standing and running like a able bodied person.

I always feel said when a sportswoman gets past puberty with a body shape no longer compatible for her chosen sport.

Should I move this topic to Talk or the Cafe?

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 02:10PM
Well if it makes any difference it's fine by me if you move it, the thread has certainly taken a direction I had not anticipated and thats great.
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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 04:01PM
 >tah< I will move it to Talk.

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 08:39PM
I was good at gymnastics until puberty struck me down.  I think it was because my centre of gravity shifted and i could adjust to that sufficiently.  I was really upset about it at the time as I couldn't understand what was going on.

Running was not the obvious activity to take up but I got so much out of it even from my lowly position in the middle of the pack.  I found it hard work and painful at times, especially in my poor hips, but the sense of release and satisfaction it gave me was immense.  It also provided a good mix of sociability and solitude.  I ran with a club twice a week and on my own the rest of the time.

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 08:55PM
Have you seen Sarah Millican talking about getting trapped in her bra? It starts from about 2:20 in this video, and as it's Sarah Millican there's a little bit of 'strong' language...




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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 10 Dec 2013 11:20PM
 >lol< >lol<

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 11 Dec 2013 12:46AM
this reminds me .... has anyone tried the Genie bra which is advertised on late night TV?
regards, Deb

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 11 Dec 2013 09:02AM
Interesting that having created this bra they have linked it to try and prevent comfort eating. I would have thought a more useful use of a bra that could detect 'moods' was to inform our nearest and dearest when it would be wise to keep their mouths shut  ;-)

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Re: The Smart Bra

  • on: 11 Dec 2013 11:13AM
DG  >lol< love that joke and the clip.

Deb,

The Genie Bra does look like the Belvia bras I mentioned earlier. Those late night shopping ads do make the soft bra look really good but as it turned out not for me.

Fiz,

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I would have thought a more useful use of a bra that could detect 'moods' was to inform our nearest and dearest when it would be wise to keep their mouths shut  ;-)

 >biggrin< yes.
For example PMT can be problematic especially when the men of the house get ratty when the woman wants to have a housework blitz and move furniture around.
Most of us spend around 40 years with a working baby factory whether or not we want it and then when that stops we get the menopause and a whole new set of symptoms  >crying<