Women's chests are often the subject of admiration, derision, and occasionally, maps -- but for women with large breasts, those body parts can prove to be as much of a hindrance as they are an asset.
This week on Twitter, when the hashtag #bigboobproblems started trending, women across the Internet eagerly joined in with their own concerns, ranging from finding the right bathing suit to having trouble watching TV.
Studies have shown that up to 70 per cent of women are dissatisfied with the size of their breasts, either finding them too small, too droopy or too large -- and plastic surgery numbers support those attitudes, with breast augmentations and breast lifts the second and third most popular plastic surgeries in 2011, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Breast reductions were ranked eighth.
But the concerns facing those with large breasts are very real, and as shown on Twitter, pretty annoying too. Check out these tweets from those who deal with #bigboobproblems on a daily basis -- whether they're carrying the weight, or they're not.
whasss upp tho?
Lea Audrey ♥
▼ erin' oleary ▲
Ladies, what are the issues you've experienced with your breasts? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @HuffPostCaLiv.