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    Power Poster nativetexan's Avatar
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    has anyone tried the Genie bras? i have some similar slip over ones and they certainly don't do what the t.v. ad says theirs does. just wondered. i happen to hate bras.
    i did get some Gilligan Omalley camisoles at Target with built in ones that work well but are hot for summer.

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    I was wondering about them, too.

    They certainly looked awesome - but I need buckets, not mini-teacups.

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    all the models were DD size they showed. not me either but i do need something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    I was wondering about them, too.

    They certainly looked awesome - but I need buckets, not mini-teacups.
    :lol: :lol: :lol: (me too!)

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    I was interested in them also, including the Ahhh Bra which I think is almost the same thing.

    Here's what I found online about the Genie bra.
    http://www.complaintsboard.com/compl...a-c443269.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    I was wondering about them, too.

    They certainly looked awesome - but I need buckets, not mini-teacups.
    :lol: :lol: :lol: It would be nice if the designers could come up with a great comfortable bra for larger sizes.

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    Yes, I sucked up the money and bought some. Whoa!!! Not for this C! They might be good for AAs. One of those things that will lay in a drawer forever.:)

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    What's with all of these formed bra's. You hang out in the middle and being a 34D, I certainly do not need a push up pad but you can't find a bra with out them. I had some nice lace bra's from Victorias Secret for $39.95 each. have worn them for 3 years, very comfortable but now they don't carry them anymore.

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    thanks much. i figured. so not for me. too much $ anyhow.

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    I am so glad someone has posted about these bras. I was so tempted to buy them. I have very tender skin from cancer and regular bras hurt and chafe. Guess a sport bra is my best bet.
    Thank you for posting this. I won't waste my money.

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