I saw Oppai?

So awhile back I was having a conversation and I learned something pretty intense that made me say “wow!” It was knowledge that to me felt like I was unlocking a world of unknowns. My body felt amazing as my mind explored all the imaginary examples of this new found information.

A little sister’s all you need

Now you know when girls in anime (real life – Blah!) are always showing what we call, “cleavage” right? its just their flesh, skin, breast fat and nothing else, no different than a man wearing a wife-beater (tank top). Example below:

Freezing

Nothing special about it’s just their natural body, regardless of how sexy you wanna think it is. Now we consider this normal in the real world as well, so lets take it two steps further an say a complete 360 round view of their breast.

Whether it is a bikini, exotic clothing or torn clothing it does not matter, even when you can get a complete look at the full circumference of the boob you still cannot say you are looking at oppai because the nipple is not visible or unconcealed.

Her areola is clearly visible, but the center which is her nipple is still concealed meaning her breast or titties are still covered in itself.

I learned that as long as the nipple is covered you cannot truly say you saw her oppai, all you can admit to is seeing her chest which is somewhat equivalent to saying you see a man’s chest.

The logic or theory behind this surprised me so much and now I cannot look at anime girls or real girls clothing the same ever again. It makes me want to explore and find out more about seemliness substiles and useless information.

That is what I learned.

What’s your thoughts on this matter? This is like a “is water wet” kind of a topic. Why aren’t more people talking about this!?!?

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