It’s a well-known fact that Thai men (pardon, Khun Somchai) aren’t particularly well endowed but actually have the second shortest penises in the world.
Now Thai women (nah, not ladyboys or “pretties” with their silicone breast implants) aren’t exactly famous for being busty either but most would describe their breast size as nom lek – “small milk”.
This self-perception has now been backed up by scientific research recently published in The Journal of Female Health Sciences. In fact, Thai women were found to have some of the smallest breasts in the world and ranked only #101 out of a total of 108 countries represented in the study.
The scientific analysis, based on “accurately measured breast tissue volume,” compared the breast size of women aged 28-30 years old born in 108 different countries across the world. The results of the study were “expressed as bra cup sizes using the EU bra size standard as a reference.”
The analysis found that
“women born in the U.S.A [with an average size larger than ‘F’] have by far larger breasts than women in any other country, while women born in Africa and Asia, particularly in the East Asian countries, have the smallest breast volumes [with an average cup size of ‘A’ or even smaller].”
No, Thai women didn’t finish at the very bottom of the table (the wooden spoon went to their Southeast Asian counterparts from the Philippines). Still they ranked just a negligible 101st out of 108 countries, with even Lao women (ranked 100th) having slightly larger boobies on average.
“To add insult to injury,” Coconuts Bangkok note, the research also revealed that most Asian women don’t only lack in breast size but also have “flat” breast shapes – which leaves you wondering why so many Western men feel attracted to Asian and particularly Thai ladies?
Apparently size isn’t really all that matters, at least when it comes to what Thai girls call their “milk”?