B is for Belly?
Sorry, couldn't resist!
While I don't have the "B" problem (yet?), I'm an apple and have always been self-conscious of my belly being at least two sizes larger than the rest of my body; my current hip to waist ratio is 1.12, as opposed to the so-called ideal of 0.7 (it at least gets less drastic as I progress).
Several years ago I worked at a small, family-run shop in a mall. The mother was the owner, and her two daughters were managers; I was the only member of management that was not related in any way but was often assumed to be one of the daughters. When word spread that the owner was going to be a grandma, everyone at the mall assumed I was the one expecting! I actually had customers and employees from other stores congratulate my pregnancy, and when I'd explain that I wasn't the one pregnant they'd look down at my figure and ask, "Are you sure?
" with genuine confusion. Um, awkward!
I hadn't even gotten my first kiss yet so yeah, I was pretty sure.
I have noticed that the more I lose, the more of a crease I get going across my belly button, so I may be running into that "B" problem soon myself. It doesn't exactly help that jeans either have to cut into my belly button crease or go all the way up to my ribcage in order to not fall down.