Quick Links: Breasts!

The following links are all "safe for work." I had a bunch of breast-related links accumulating in my bookmarks folder, so I figured I would lump them all together.

Bare-Breasted Statue Gets Cover-Up
image Police speculate it was a prankster who put a bra on the statue of "Mother Iowa" outside the Iowa Capitol. Though, to be specific, it was a faux bra: "'It's not really a bra; it's just two shirts designed to look like that,' said Iowa State Patrol Sgt. Ted Wright. The "bra" was cut off by government workers and thrown away." I'm wondering if John Ashcroft was seen anywhere in the vicinity.

How to spot a boob job
Advice from the Korean chosun.com: Augmented breasts are less flexible, bounce less during exercise, too symmetrical, do not flatten when lying down, etc.

Breasts Implants Stop Shrapnel
Weird, but apparently true: "An Israeli woman's breast implants saved her life when she was wounded in a Hizbollah rocket attack during Israel's war with the Lebanese group, a hospital spokesman said on Tuesday. Doctors found shrapnel embedded in the silicone implants, just inches from the 24-year-old's heart."

Gummy Bear Implants
A new form of breast implant may soon be available to women in the US: gummy bears. "You have probably heard of saline and silicone implants. Now, there's the "gummy bear." That's the name many give to the new cohesive gel implants. "You can literally cut across the implant, squeeze it, and it kind of bulges out just like gummy bear candy would do," said Dr. Mike Zwicklbauer"

Body Manipulation Pranks

Posted on Thu Aug 17, 2006


Thank you Alex... now I know why I like this site so much 😉
Posted by oppiejoe  in  Michigan - USA  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  10:31 AM
I like how they have to explain that the statue wasn't really wearing a bra. I mean, it doesn't even particularly look like a bra considering the big tied area in the center and the fact that the hand is inside, but they thought it looked real enough to state "It's not really a bra." People these days...
Posted by Archibold  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  10:52 AM
Hmmm Breasts!. :cheese:
Posted by Iridium  in  Middlesbrough  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  11:17 AM
"And the fact that the hand is inside..."

:lol: People are so gross, in a sickly great way.
Posted by Meerkat  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  12:05 PM
Maybe instead of lumping these links together you should have squeezed or pressed them together.
Posted by N E O  in  Everywhere and nowhere  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  12:16 PM
Does it mean these breasts will taste like gummi bears too if you lick them? 😝
Posted by LaMa  in  Europe  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  02:26 PM
Hezbollah, Alex. With an E.
Posted by FlintJ  in  Florida  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  07:23 PM
It was a quotation. But I've seen it spelled both ways.
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Thu Aug 17, 2006  at  08:09 PM
Is it not transliterated? So it could be spelt either way? I could be wrong.
Posted by Owen  on  Fri Aug 18, 2006  at  07:49 AM
Owen's right.
There's no standard system for transliterating Arabic names to English, so anything fairly close is acceptable.
Posted by Big Gary  on  Fri Aug 18, 2006  at  03:09 PM
"... squeeze it, and it kind of bulges out just like gummy bear candy would do ..."

Uh, don't natural breasts "kind of bulge out" when they're squeezed? Silicone implants would too, wouldn't they?
Posted by Big Gary  on  Sun Aug 20, 2006  at  01:35 PM
If you visit Balboa Park in San Diego you'll find plenty of bare-breasted women supporting the roofs of some of the buildings. I'm surprised Alex didn't mention them seeing as he lives in SD. They are rarely noticed but when they are it's amusing to watch the finger pointing of unsuspecting tourists.
Posted by Beverley  on  Mon Aug 21, 2006  at  03:08 PM
There's this art store down on prospect street in la jolla. They have all this normal arty stuff in the window, but if you look at the rack at the far left there are small figurines of naked people in intricate sexual poses. I mean, these things are highly profane.

I use to work near there, and my co-workers and I use to watch unsuspecting tourists window shopping. They look all normally at the window and all of a sudden their expression will change when they realize what they're looking at.
Posted by Razela  in  Chicago, IL  on  Tue Aug 22, 2006  at  10:36 PM
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