What You Need to Know:
- On the Japanese variety program, Monday Late Show, aired on September 7th, there was a segment discussing the 'fact' that as of 2014, only roughly 5 out of every 100 girls has an A-cup chest.
- Since the episode aired, the Twitter-verse has been alight with reactions to the controversial news.
- According to data courtesy of Triumph International, in the 1980s, roughly 58.6% of women had A-cup chests. Compare that to the 5.3% in 2014, and it's a pretty startling trend (though Triumph is an underwear and lingerie company, so there may be some bias involved).
- See the bust size breakdown below:
A-Cup - 5.3%
B-Cup - 20.5%
C-Cup - 26.3%
D-Cup - 24.1%
E-Cup - 16.2%
F-Cup - 6.0%
Some reactions from Twitter:
"A-Cups have become an endangered species."
"I had no idea A-cups were so rare..."
"You'd better cherish me everyone!"
"There's an A-cup right here guys!"
"But what was the cause? Is there just that much food around now?"
"A-cups are at 5%... What a sad world..."
Source: Niconico News