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Instead, I'm reading articles off the Nudity Portal at Wikipedia. (I think the portal title is all the warning you need before clicking.) I never knew there was a topless movement. Ah, the things you learn through Wikipedia.

Which brings me to my point. Anyone know what the middle part of the bra is called? I've tried Google, Wikipedia, and answers.com, but all I get is... the middle part of the bra. Wow, that helps a lot. Actually, I guess I could use that, but the person in the ad isn't wearing a bra, or at least it doesn't remind me of one. The middle part of the top, maybe?

So if you have a name, let me know. Otherwise, I'll probably just use the middle part of the top.

Edit 9:50pm Yes, I'm procrastinating again. I just fixed the link to the ad. I forgot the http:// part. But I just realized you couldn't see the text under Fetish, which is the really disturbing part: Apply generously to your neck so he can smell the scent as you shake your head "no".

I'm concentrating on that right now. Oh, the verbal overtones.

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fountainpenn86
Nov. 27th, 2006 05:11 pm (UTC)
http://www.barenecessities.com/glossary_bra.asp
Center Gore – The center gore is the piece of fabric, which connects the cups of a bra at the front center. Important aspects of the center gore include; stretch vs. non-stretch – with the non-stretch offering significantly more support than stretch – and width measurement. Bras with low or plunge fronts have thinner center gores making them a good choice to pair with low cut tops.

And this one talks about the first bra but you probably already know about that if you've been researching.
http://www.discover.com/issues/nov-05/departments/physics-of-bras
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And for your ad, I'd say she is wearing a swimsuit top with that thing hooked onto it.
sushimustwrite
Nov. 27th, 2006 09:46 pm (UTC)
Physics of bras. *clicks and reads* That's awesome. I never thought of actually researching that. Wait, I don't have much to research in that area to start with.

And that's what I've been saying, only I've been saying top instead of swimsuit stop. We have a maximum limit instead of a minimum. :( Boo.

Thanks, Penne! You rock!
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