This is a serious query.:grumpy: and arguably dicey content. No, I'm not a pervert, just a man out-of-touch with a generation. The teenaged and early-20s girls these days don't look like they did when I was a lad. A high percentage of girls these days seem to have extraordinary lucky genes - they all seem to have figures like superstars, specifically, they have narrow waists yet are well-endowed. It is not uncommon for well-endowed breasts to go hand-in-hand with a proportionate weight, but it is (or at least was) quite rare for a pair of those to be sitting on top of a waist barely thick enough to support them. I know obsessive dieting is a factor, but that would actually reduce the breasts as much as - if not more than - the rest of the body. Either way, the waist and chest are naturally proportional. And yet there are so many disproportionately "stacked" girls these days, I have to assume they're being helped. So, there are two ways to get enhanced: temporary or permanent. Temporary = push-up bra Permanent = surgery (Is there a 3rd option?) My question is: for any given a girl of maybe 18 or as young as 15 or so who looks like this, what is the likelihood (say, as a %) that she has had breast enhancement? Just how many teens these days are getting surgery? Alternately, has the science of push-up bras advanced that much?