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i think my boobs are kind of small, and they dont fit my body, i have a ticker body but with smaller boobs i think they look funny;
should i feel this way?
like i jusyt wish they were a bit bigger.

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Depending where you are at in your development, you may not be done growing yet.

But also, whether or not you worry about your breasts isn't going to influence their size. So why not try and accept your body the way that it is? It's uniquely and perfectly you, and that's worth being proud of. [Smile]

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