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    Default Weird question... what is the average areola size?


    Just curious, because I'm slightly freaked out at the thought that mine are larger than average and that I have "dinner plates" for nipples...
    Does anyone have stats for what an average would be?

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    Why worry about it? They are what they are. Guys generally love boobs regardless, some have decided preferences but if they are attracted to you, those will be flexible!

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    haha... I used to think mine were HUGE too... but seriously, I wouldn't worry about it. My husband (and any other guy I've been with before him) seemed to love my large nipples I say more power to ya!

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    I agree with MarineBugler...men love large areolas and nipples. My nipples are quite long and thick and my areolas are large as well...I've had nothing but compliments about them from previous partners and my hubby absolutely loves them...not to mention the looks they get when I wear a tight shirt heehee

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    I do not have large ones, but can tell you that they vary from woman to woman. We are all made unique and unfortunately, or fortunately, depending on the way you look at it, we are all different. There is nothing wrong or bad about having larger areolas or nipples, they are all different.

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    okay question? one boob get the areola big the other one stays kinda of small why?well it gets big like the other one but nos as huge.why is it?please any answers would be appreciated

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    and i have another question .. what is the diffrence between the pink nipples and the brown nipples?? cos i remember i was talking about this with my girlfriends .. cos mine are brown and i have no idea about something called pink nipples :S

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    i think it has to do with skin color..lol. but i could be wrong.

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    I have next to no areola at all just little pimples...lol. I want what you have.... ha isnt it just like us girls to want what the other has.
    Bubbles

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    Isn't it always the way? We all feel weird about what we have...especially when we first figure out that ours aren't like someone else's. I have very small areolas, while my best friend has HUGE ones. Like it was noted before....guys like em all.....and baby's can drink from either....don't obsess honey..take what you got and be proud that you got 'em.

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