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Typical Young and Dumb Teenager?
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So I heard that once a girl starts having intercourse her boobs may grow a little. Is this true?

Not that I plan on having intercourse for this purpose, but it would be a plus seeing as I am barely an A. [Wink]

Young and Dumb.
"Life is a balance of holding on and letting go." - Keith Urban

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It's not true- having sex doesn't change your body in any way. For sure, you may have a little bit of increase in your bust size when aroused due to increased blood flow, but it certainly wouldn't stick around, and wouldn't be enough to really notice anyway.


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