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If Barbie Were a Real Woman... Barbie's bust size would be 39 inches and she would have to crawl to support her top-heavy frame. Her bra size would be a 39 FF, putting Dolly Parton’s 40 DDs to shame.

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If Barbie Were a Real Woman. Barbie's bust size would be 39 inches and she would have to crawl to support her top-heavy frame. Her bra size would be a 39 FF, putting Dolly Parton’s 40 DDs to shame.

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3 Lies About Dolly Parton That Dolly Parton Thinks Are Hilarious - WomansDay.com

3 Lies About Dolly Parton That Dolly Parton Thinks Are Hilarious

3 Lies About Dolly Parton That Dolly Parton Thinks Are Hilarious

Dolly Parton Without Makeup | Dolly Parton wears high heels at home because she can't reach her ...

Dolly Parton has revealed she always wears high heels in her kitchen at home because she can't reach the cabinets without them.

DOLLY Parton  _____________________________ Reposted by Dr. Veronica Lee, DNP (Depew/Buffalo, NY, US)

She must be ready with the risk that she will get in the old age. For all of you who want to know more about dolly parton bra size ,

See, Jockey has a new DIY bra line. You send away for a Fit Kit that contains cups in every size from mosquito bite to Dolly Parton, and a tape measure, all stored in a nice little mesh bag perfect for washing the bra that you will no doubt order. The idea is that in the privacy of your own home, you can find the right cup size for your “volume,” measure your ribcage, and voila.  But what do you do with all those Jockey Fit Kit cups when the fitting is done? I had some ideas.

See, Jockey has a new DIY bra line. You send away for a Fit Kit that contains cups in every size from mosquito bite to Dolly Parton, and a tape measure, all stored in a nice little mesh bag perfect for washing the bra that you will no doubt order. The idea is that in the privacy of your own home, you can find the right cup size for your “volume,” measure your ribcage, and voila. But what do you do with all those Jockey Fit Kit cups when the fitting is done? I had some ideas.