Proof of My 32F Cup Size: Making People Feel “Stupid”
A WELL-ENDOWED woman lamented the burden she hides under baggy tops.
Skeptical commenters insisted she was lying about her “secret boobs,” but when she showed proof, the critics looked foolish.
Elle Parker said she has ‘secret boobs,’ but a skeptical troll challenged her
In a TikTok video, Elle Parker (@ellejparker) made reference to her strategic wardrobe decisions.
“This one’s for my chesty ladies who only wear shirts three sizes too big,” she wrote in the caption.
As Parker stood on-screen in a loose crop top, a comment she heard frequently popped up in an onscreen caption.
“Wait, you’re a 32F? I would never be able to tell,” the comment read. “All you wear is baggy tees.”
Parker mouthed along to a viral sound clip that got her point across with a sarcastic bite.
“It’s almost like that’s the whole point,” she lip-synched, making an incredulous face at the camera.
A skeptical commenter questioned Parker’s claims, and she made a second video to call out the critics.
The troll accused Parker of being wrong about her own body, pointing at previous videos as “evidence” of dishonesty.
“Girl, I don’t know who’s lying to you but there’s no way you’re size F,” the hater wrote.
“I watched a past video where you had tight clothes on,” they claimed. “There’s no way.”
To settle the matter, Parker got out her bra and responded with a close-up of the tag.
“You’re right,” she admitted, zooming in on the garment’s label. “I’m actually an H.”
In stark letters, the size printed on the bra read 32H.
Technically, Parker’s troll was correct – she wears a 32H, not a 32F as claimed
A sound clip played in the background, with a pointed message for the critic.
“Don’t you feel silly?” the voice asked. “Don’t you feel stupid?”
Commenters were confused as to why the troll would argue with Parker about her body.
Parker said she was “baffled,” too, and fielded supportive messages from other women who were secretly chesty.
“I live my life just like you,” one fan wrote. “Sometimes not even the girls in the bra store believe me when I tell them my size.”
Another said she was “gaslit” for years.
The commenter believed her skinny frame meant she needed an A cup, but a measurement revealed she actually wore a D.
“All these women are going to watch your videos and realize they are probably supposed to be wearing a bigger size too,” a viewer predicted.
“I hope so,” Parker agreed. “Wearing the proper bra size is the key to my confidence.”
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