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Originally Posted by

**grundletaint**
Haha! I can't take all the credit. I mean, the OP is the one who threw the grapefruit-sized pitch right in my wheelhouse. I simply took the swing.

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Originally Posted by

**gilwood**
From 5'0" at 100 lbs, add 4 lbs for every inch of height. Subtract 2 additional lbs for every cup size above A. Anything above that weight is chunky.

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Originally Posted by

**gilwood**
It's quite simple if you pay attention, my failing student. For instance, if a girl is 5'4", then the chunkiness threshold is 116 lbs. So if she is 120 lbs, then she would be considered too chunky, unless she has a D cup (subtract 6 lbs), then her sex appeal went up and she's within the chunkiness threshold.

The chick I'm seeing is certainly thin enough within the threshold. If you consider her huge, pert knockers, then she has the body of a girl that weighs 109 lbs with an A cup. A D cup subtraction would be 6 pounds, not 5. Wow, you're bad at math & logic.

Notice how people that accuse other people of things are usually the ones that are the worst at that particular subject?

The first quote is drawn verbatim from your OP. The second quote may be what you meant, but it certainly isn't what you said.

Following the directions from your OP without any deviation leads to the following:

Start with a baseline of "5'0" at 100lbs"

"Add 4 lbs for every inch of height (over 5')." In this case we're talking about a girl who is four inches over 5', so we add 16 pounds (4*4=16).

We're now up to 116.

"Subtract 2 additional lbs for every cup size above A." You said she's a D cup, which is three sizes above A, so we subtract six pounds (3*2=6)

We're now down to 110.

"Anything above that weight is chunky."

The girl you're seeing is 115 at 5'4" and a D cup, thus, if we follow your directions exactly, she would be considered chunky.

*Q.E.D.*
I'm also going to reiterate how retarded this concept is in the first place.