Bra language

Posted by Elliot James on Mar 31, 2017 in Boob Watch, Boobs in the News, bras

How a woman puts her bra on tells you what kind of personality she has, according to body language expert Patti Wood.

Miss Wood is the author of Snap: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma. In her book, she explains that the way a woman puts on a bra relates to her personality.

“There are four distinct personality types–drivers, influencers, supporters, and correctors–who have unique ways of doing things,” wrote Miss Wood.

If a woman hooks her bra from the back:

She’s a supporter: “She sticks to tradition and follows along with what she’s been taught by mom and other influential females.”

If she hooks in front of her and twists the bra around:

She’s an influencer:  “She likes to feel appreciated, supported and look the image that she’s projecting to the world, such as a business professional. She may own many different bras.”

If she wears a front loader:

She’s a driver: “She is a planner and researcher. She will not bother with hooks she can’t see. She will not make random purchases, including bras.”

If she pre-hooks her bra and slides it over her head:

She’s a perfectionist: “Everything must be done properly and the right way. She may not like attention.”

In our book, if you get to see a girl put her bra on (after she’s taken it off), you’re already at the point when you’re past wondering about her personality.

We have received several job applications to be Milly Marks' bra-fitter even though we never advertised that position.


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The hidden dangers of unhooking bras

Posted by Elliot James on Jan 3, 2011 in Boob Watch, Boobs in the News
Bra hooks. Menace to society?

Bra hooks. Menace to society?

Doctors say that men run the risk of injuring themselves when they take off a woman’s bra. A British medical journal published the case of a 27 year-old patient who suffered major ligament damage and a fracture to one of his fingers while unhooking a bra, twisting the finger when it got caught between the double straps of his friend’s bra. The man ended up with his finger in a splint for three weeks. A surgeon was quoted as saying: “It was a very nasty injury to the second knuckle down the finger. It was the type of thing that is more commonly associated with sport, particularly rock climbing.” Surveys show that 40% of men in their ‘30s and ‘40s have problems removing bras and spend an average of 27 seconds taking a bra off using both hands. The British Journal of Plastic Surgery claimed that right-handed men using their left hand took an average of 58 seconds. (One subject took an unbelievable 20 minutes. Clearly a spazz who should stay away from power tools.) Guys, I urge all of you to take extreme caution when unhooking a bra. God forbid it snaps back and hits you in an eye. Wearing protective goggles will not make you less manly. You know how Scrooge-like the insurance companies are these days. They’ll do whatever they can to weasel out of a claim.

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