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Re: bras to prevent chest wrinkles

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Personally, I'd rather have my well earned wrinkles (and sleep comfortably) than wear something like that to bed. Maybe if I were single it would be a different story.

If you ask me wearing that to sleep you might end up sleeping alone!
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Old 12.10.2011, 19:03
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Re: ladies and chest wrinkles

Back in the 80s everyone went to pools and the lake topless. Hawaiian Tropic Coconut Oil and Johnson's Baby Oil frying to get brown was the order of the day. Some (of us) went braless during the day too.

As I haven't any of these wrinkles, I suspect it could be genetic? In which case, no amount of strangely cut bras or sleeping in uncomfortable positions will help, IMO.
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Re: ladies and chest wrinkles

As said above, sun and smoke are your worst enemies. I once seriously sunburnt that area on an Easter ski holiday in Verbier, and it has never recovered properly.
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Old 12.10.2011, 19:20
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( After I read this I looked at ladies of a certain age cleavage and ladies with smaller breasts did not seem to have the lines).
I must remember that, for next time my BH suspects me of taking an interest is such things. Makes my interest so much more scientific.
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Old 12.10.2011, 19:21
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I had to google images for this:



Botox, seriously?

Aren't we allowed to get old anymore?

PS. I just had a look, I ain't got any (yet)
Everyone and their dog is getting Botox these days. Many of my friends are already doing it and have been since their late 20s.
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Even my UK dentist and ex-GP do Botox treatment these days!
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Re: ladies and chest wrinkles

I believe it's all in the genes - and my mom has none ...and you're gonna hate me now
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I believe it's all in the genes - and my mom has none ...and you're gonna hate me now
I don't believe you.
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Old 13.10.2011, 23:53
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If you ask me wearing that to sleep you might end up sleeping alone!
Well, I'm thinking it probably wouldn't mean sleeping alone but rather sleeping would be all that would be happening.

(Then again, some guys are into some "odd" things )
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Well, I'm thinking it probably wouldn't mean sleeping alone but rather sleeping would be all that would be happening.

(Then again, some guys are into some "old" things )
Fixed that for you
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