Contemplating the Economic Vagaries of Women’s Underwear

Wait a minute. You mean British women get to pay the same for bras no matter what the cup size.

Wait a minute. You mean it’s always been that way in the U.S.?

I have to pay extra for an XXXL tee shirt, but if a woman has a F Cup, it’s the same price as a B cup?

Wha? Wha? Wha?

Poor Wal-mart. Here they are under intense pressure to increase revenues and the damn British women have demanded special treatment.

…charging the same rate across cup sizes for any given model of brassiere. Perhaps the store’s intentions are well-aligned in aiming to reduce the disparity between the financial burdens placed on women of varying…

I need to hang out in women’s bras at the department store more often. Nancy tells me this has been SOP for a long time. I should be glad because she has, um, uh, oh hell, is buying a lot bigger bras then when we first were married.

Yes, my underwear size has expanded in equal proportion, but that’s not the point.

I overheard a she and a friend talking recently and she has upgraded the quality of her support.

But why do I have to pay more for larger tee shirts. Have you seen  Bras are a lot more fancy than any friggin’ tee shirt. (Stand by while I research this fact.)

Yes, I was right. So bigger cup sizes requires a lot more wire, lace, and titanium than the smaller sized.

Wha? Wha? Wha?

I want my XXXL shirts to be the same as everybody else’s size. Who do I complain to?

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Contemplating the Economic Vagaries of Women’s Underwear — 3 Comments

  1. It’s because women are whinier than men. Don’t you know society is only allowed to discriminate against white Christian males? 😉

  2. Gotta respond to this one because he did not clarify it – naturally bigger! And we all know that boobs are just fat mounds!!!