She’s learned to turn the other cheek.
While some may be jealous of her , a UK TikToker is revealing the downsides of her .
The woman, who goes by Mango and posts under , often uploads clips detailing the difficulties of navigating life with a bodacious bum.
“You say you want a big bunda, but do you know what actually comes with that?” Mango asked users.
she tells viewers that not even the toilet seat is safe from her hefty hindquarters.
“If you ever come across a toilet where the seat is broken at the back like this, a big bunda was there,” she quipped.
She then admits it’s harder to rock an oversized look.
Showing a picture of pop star Adriana Grande in a large yellow sweater that reaches her mid-thighs, Mango said that’s not something she can mimic.
“Good luck trying to rock this cute oversized clothes aesthetic,” she explained. “Looks good from the front, but when you turn around, the aesthetic gives more aunty vibes than anything else.”
Another issue the TikToker faces is squeezing past people in crowded places like cinemas, restaurants, and aisles — calling it “embarrassing.”
“The bunda has a life of itself,” she laughed. “It will relentlessly knock anything out of its way.”
In other clips, she added that the arms of sofas are hard to sit on, jogging can sometimes garner her unwanted attention, and her butt is “always cold.”
“It’s a large surface area,” she joked.
The Post reached out to the TikToker for comment.
Many users could relate to her stories, saying they experience the same things with their titanic tushes.
“The toilet really got me,” one commented. “My dad didn’t understand why the toilet seat is always broken at home.”
“It has no spatial awareness,” commented another. “I destroy everything in my path.”
“With great power comes great responsibilities,” declared a third.