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August 17, 2012


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I'm not entirely sure there's NO conflict with the P&G dryer sheet, but I'm conservative that way (and in virtually no other way ...)

But having spent a lifetime trying to minimize bounce, I agree that their adoption of "bounce" as the name of the line is strange when their sports bras' names seem to be anti-bounce. I don't get it.

based on the photos, the Bounce line is targeted to women who really have a blast eating fattening foods while in their skivvies.

To me "bounce" is about men looking at breasts, which seems antithetical to the original goals of this company. But maybe they know what they're doing, know how to sell bras.

It's a little-known fact that all of the actresses in Bergman's Through a Glass Darkly wore Things Unseen bras.

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