They say that when a duck egg hatches and if you are the first thing it sees it believes you are it's mother and will follow you where ever you go. So, I wonder if this phenomenon of boobie attraction can be explained the same way for people. Many of us humans seem to follow them were ever we go.
Listen, I know you guys like this freak show but please don't forget that the woman that did this to herself is bat shit insane. They may be fun to play with but the chick behind that chest is going to make your life a living hell. ;)
I bet that cross she's wearing is to ward off the minions
of the devil who can't help themselves, and can't resist
tearing into those funbags. Poor devils. After a few pints
of Coopers stout they loose all self restraint. Beeeaaahhh,
it's Australian for giving in to temptation, mate !!!
There is an unnatural shape to the breast. One reason the unnatural shape of the breast in the picture goes unnoticed, is because we have become so use to that false shape, people think it’s natural. TV and the media strikes again. The woman’s implants are too big for the chest of the woman. As a result there is an obvious curve inward at the chest all around the implant. That is not normal. The Doctor and or patient should have chosen a more appropriate sized implant. Also, there is a real possibility that the implants are those cheap one layer thick smooth surface type, with regular silicone jelly, many made in America. Those tend to get encapsulated by connective tissue as the bodies immune system isolates the implant as an unwelcome intruder. In extreme cases, the implant can end up looking like a tennis ball in a sock. The regular silicone can also become hard after a time, so regular massaging of the breasts is needed to keep them from going hard. Add to this that the single layer or lumen implant can break in approximately 15 years, especially when the immune system encapsulates them, squeezing them to bursting. Many implants made in France have a ruff surface, this stops the immune system from encapsulating them. They can also have microgranulated silicone, which needs no constant massaging. Also, French implants can have double lumens or are one implant inside the other, and are virtually indestructible. There is also the possibility that the implant is a single layer saline type, needing no massage, or even an inflatable single layer saline type. Inflatable saline types are basically a smooth balloon with an encapsulation risk once again. A part of the implant has a rubber like top, similar to that of a bottle containing an injectable medication. A needle is put through the skin near the armpit. Saline is injected into the implant balloon, through the injectable port, until the patient decides her breast are big enough. Saline can be added as the skin stretches, with a series of injections over a period of months. Consequently, an implant can get enormous, like a basketball. When the patient is happy with her results, the doctor then makes an incision and removes the one way syringe valve in the arm pit. How do I know all this? I got the right kind made in France with a ruff surface, filled with microgranulated silicone, in THAILAND! I admit that was in 2003, for $4000, so my knowledge base is a bit dated. Still, I have one nice rack, no muss, no fuss! Giggles! :)