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A BIG-breasted woman is fed up with comments about her chest.

Rianna, who likes to show off her figure, admitted on TikTok that her mother doesn't always approve of her outfits.

3Rianna's big boobs attract uninvited commentsCredit: TikTok 3Her post was liked over 248k timesCredit: TikTok

Her experience as a woman with big boobs means she's had uninvited comments, even from her own family.

In text over a TikTok video, she wrote: “Mom: Your boobs are out in that shirt!”

Rianna's deadpan caption response is: "I have big boobs, they’re gonna be out in every shirt.”

There were hundreds of comments from other women who relate to Rianna's experience.

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One said: “Thank you. My flat friends don’t understand that they just don’t magically go away with a shirt.”

Even covering up doesn't stop people from commenting, said another.

“I was wearing a turtleneck and I was told more than once that I was dressed indecently at work,” they revealed.

Family members also pitch in with criticism.

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“This is like my grandma with me. She’s like put them away, but I can’t help it,” said one more.

Another shared a similar gripe about granny: “My grandma makes it a personal mission to point them out whenever I’m not dressed like a nun.”

“Then they get upset when I wear overly baggy clothes,” said another, making the point that one simply can't win no matter what they wear.

Another woman with 34DDs shared a similar complaint about her mother calling her tops "too booby."

A fellow busty lady with 34i-cup breasts retorted that everything looks "too booby" on her.

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I believe the right thing for me to do would be to call the friend and warn her not to allow my sister to come live with her, but that seems like a terrible thing to do to my sister. What should I do?


DEAR SISTER DRAMA: What you should do is stay out of it!

Your sister has resumed control over her life. Bravo! Whether or not it pans out, the outcome will be her responsibility.

If in the coming months her friend rolls up the welcome mat, the alternative for your sister will be the nursing facility. Period.

DEAR ABBY: I am an active widower with five grown children. Although three of them live in the same city and two live in a city nearby, I haven’t heard from or seen them as often over the past few years as I would like.

I realized recently that I miss their company and I’d like them to call or see me more often.

I understand they have their own lives, but I don’t think I’m asking too much.

I’d like them to understand that a “pill” won’t cure me of loneliness, as they suggest when I tell them I am slowing down. Their answer is to tell me to see a doctor.

I can’t talk to them about increasing our visits and communication because I was raised with the idea that you automatically respect your elders, and parents shouldn’t have to ask their children to visit them or call to ask how they are doing more than every few months.

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DEAR LONELY: You don’t have a communication problem. Your “children” have gotten the message.

Rid yourself of the idea that your children should call you out of obligation. If you want more contact, pick up the phone and call them.

Also, you should be socializing with contemporaries. Your problem may be too much time on your hands. If you are able-bodied, fill some of that time by volunteering in your community. It’s a terrific way to meet people who may be more than willing to include you in their activities.

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