Things you should never say to a busty woman

It's true that boobs do garner their fair amount of attention, but there are definitely times when one should rather not discuss them.

Huffington Post took a quick poll amongst busty ladies to find out just which comments they would like to never, ever hear.

Firstly, "stop complaining--some women pay money for those!" That's all well and good, but it doesn't make it any easier to fit into low-cut tops or keep their button-down shirts from gaping and inadvertently exposing themselves during board meetings.

Do not say you're jealous. It's not always regarded as a compliment. Just because you might want them, doesn't mean that they want them.

Guys love them, but they're not the ones who have to truss them up like a chicken ready to be cooked anytime they want to leave the house.

Don't ever suggest them to get a reduction. That's just plain rude.

Suggesting plastic surgery of any kind is offensive. Invasive, expensive surgery is never an easy option.

Don't say "You look just like Christina Hendricks/'Mad Men'/Marilyn Monroe/insert-50s-pin-up-here."

Even though it is meant as a compliment, but it pigeonholes them into a stereotype that may not be our natural style, leaving them feeling stuck.

The truth is, it's a stereotype.

Don't ask if they get back pain. Any curiosities about their bodies should be directed nowhere.

Additionally, it makes it seem like their complaints are only valid if their boobs are causing them extreme physical pain.

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