A WOMAN with large natural breasts has revealed that she receives criticism from various demographics with different opinions on her body.
The TikTok creator received more than 7,000 views on the video she shared quoting the judgy remarks she claims to get from people about her big boobs.
The clip Julia (@iamjemms) posted begins with two photos of her before getting into the judgment she gets and even showing pictures of the type of people that say each quote she lists.
The TikToker and Twitch streamer captioned the video: “They’re a bit south since the [baby] though,” with a laughing emoji.
She included hashtags in the caption like #boobs, #miami and #bikini.
After showing the selfies of herself with screen text saying “me, with naturally big boobs,” Julia’s video went on to feature a close-up picture of an older man’s face smiling with tears.
The screen text over the picture of the man read: “The look from older men.”
She then had a picture in the video showing a group of young girls with screen text: “‘They’re not even real lol.'”
On top of a photo showing a gray-haired woman with a disapproving face, Julia used screen text saying older women tell her to “‘cover up.'”
After that, she showed a clip of a petite girl on a beach in a bikini.
In that part of the video, she used screen text to confess that smaller girls make a certain request of her: “‘Give me some.'”
Then a photo of a middle-aged woman with a warm smile popped up accompanied by the advice Julia says she’s been given.
“‘Make the most of them, people pay good money for those,'” the screen text on top of the picture of the woman smiling said.
As a photo of a lady with blonde hair and unrealistically large breasts appeared in the slide show, Julia added screen text saying: “‘They’re still not as good as mine.'”
“‘Get ’em out then, love,'” Julia added with text in quotes over a picture showing a group of young boys.
She received over 100 likes on the video and numerous comments from TikTokers who found the clip funny.
Someone even said: “I feel [you].”
Another person added: “Lord have mercy.”