An ever recurring topic, pointy look this, pointy look that, yada yada...
Can't figure this pointy look mass trauma altogether.
I mean, they're not supposed to be spheres. And if you lay on your back under water (Archimedes and stuff) they naturally assume a "pointy" or "torpedo" look. Why ? My hypothesis, bcause when uniformely supported or weightless that's how they like to be.
For real, I've had many of white nights thinking on that curiosity. Even drew 3D cad models to figure it out. Still can't
Is that something to do with fashion ? Societal norms ? Or simply because spherical bras are way cheaper to mass-produce and happen to be more misfit tolerant than the classic structural (think Doreen) multi panel cups ?
From my experience "pointy" is way more comfortabale than "sphere". But that's me, quite a special case indeed.
I genuinely like to understand, please help me figure this out. Thanks, I appreciate your contributions, have a superb weekend,
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