Well it's not that I don't know how to meassure myself. It's that even though you buy one bra that says 32 C, it fits the same as a 34 C, or you buy a bra that is 34 C and it's more like a B or A. You can buy the same brand, same style, and still have three different bras. It's aweful. Some styles just don't work that well for me, and that's fine, but I'd like for the style that does work to fit properly, is that too much to ask?
I've thought that if my chem thing just doesn't work out, I'm going to get a few women friends together and start a bra company that caters to all women. Set up an email or posting thing, where women can complain. All around the world. My sister is like a 32 B. She wants a little padding, but no underwire. I like a little padding, and the underwire. My mom likes no padding, no underwire, and she needs like a 36 DDD. Everyone wants something different, but there are enough generalities that would make it all profitable. If men would give up on the design and let women do it.
The difference between cats and dogs is that dogs want to smell everyone's rear and cats want every one to smell THEIR rear - unknown