Sunday, July 26, 2009

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BOOBS

Discuss.

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23 comments:

  1. OK, and no joke, here's what came up first time I clicked Stumble after seeing this:

    http://incredimazing.com/page/Anytime_Now

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  2. More than a handful is a waste, etc

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  3. Okay. Time to go serious now. Breasts are amazing things. They feed our young. They attract others. They are nice pillows in some cases.

    Personally, I enjoy breasts of all shapes and sizes. They're all unique. The only thing that really bothers me is over-done or botched plastic surgery.

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  4. Treatise on Boobs

    The human breast is one of the marvels of nature. Shaped by Darwinian natural selection, human breasts have been scrupulously sculpted to serve a multitude of uses with a minimum of waste. Perhaps its most important facet lies in its aesthetics. The breast of the female of the species, sexually selected for its beauity, resembles a fine work or art. Moreover, its tactile qualities play an important role in sexual intercourse, during which the hand of the male invariably wonders thither. As all other mammals, of course, the female's breasts also serve to feed the young for a short period after child birth...

    I donno. It's 6AM. I'm in science mode, and I can't spell anymore.

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  5. Well, I don't believe that, Jen. Larger breasts are attractive as well. It depends on the woman wearing them. You want the girl to make sense, physically. That's why augmentation or reduction makes sense for some ladies from an aesthetics point of view. (not to mention self-esteem or back issues)

    You have to judge each set on their own merits.

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  6. Agreed with the 'anything more than a handful is a waste' bit, but that's not going to stop me from flirting with people who have more or less.

    Granted, I flirt with everybody except for my roommates. So that's probably not saying much.

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  7. And I agree with Veritas, there. It depends on how they look in proportion.

    Proportional is best!

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  8. Well I have abnormally large hands for a girl, so that saying encompasses a lot for me

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  9. I'm going to throw in my lot with the handful crowd, too. And, I'll say that implants are no match for the real thing. I can't imagine why you'd want to stuff a silicone sack into your chest.

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  10. Hahahaha, good to know, Jen?

    And Kris: breasts are part of a girl's image. While I agree the feeling of a fake breast is lesser to the real thing, it might make them feel better about themselves. Again, a well proportioned bust can do wonders for someone.

    Plastic surgery of any form comes with risks...but it's the woman's description. If it's not overdone and makes her look how she wants, that's her business. If she has more inches around her chest than she has from head to toe...then we have a problem.

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  11. (Okay, fifteen minutes! It's safe to run!)

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  12. Right I asked my gf's opinion on this topic. She reckons boobs are a pain in the ass, I however, think they're awesome! But then that's too be expected, I'm pretty sure just about all guys think they're awesome :)

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  13. I'm with Veritas: go "own merit"!

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  14. I can't believe there's not more comments.

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  15. Too tired for wise cracks. At this hour, I can either write a 3D parametric equation for a breast, write an essay about the function of the mammary gland, or just grope at them. Not much more. This was a topic for some hours ago...

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  16. It's almost time for breakfast. One more hour.

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  17. Sorry, my creative juices dried up six hours ago

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  18. We're not blaming you. It's OK. I'm watching Stargate too. That keeps me happy.

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  19. Just finished happy shower. And yeah, totally not blaming you. I'd be worse off, really, were I expected to be witty.

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  20. I always thought the saying was "mouthful".

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