Strive to be biodegradable.

I understand women who have had mastectomies getting reconstructive surgery on their breasts to make them feel better and have more confidence, not to mention giving them a better looking shape in their clothes, but if you haven’t had life-altering surgery like that, why the hell would you get ANY plastic surgery done, especially of that nature?  I don’t count facelifts or nose jobs in the same vein as breast/cheek/lip/butt/hip/chin/etc. implants because with a facelift or nose job, nothing is being added to your body.  I think they can both be ridiculously overdone and make you look comical, but the same is true of humongous breast implants or butt implants or lip fillers….the whole gamillah.

I have a hard time understanding why women who have small boobs go through the trouble (and major surgery) of upgrading their rack.  I have far too much boobage than I’d like, and if I had the insurance, I’d get a reduction.  I hate them.  I’ve hated them since I first got them.  I’d be glad to be a member of the Itty Bitty Titty Committee if it meant I could buy my bras at Walmart or something for less money than I spend on the ones I have to wear.  Why do that to yourself?  Is it because you want attention from men?  Men love tits.  They love big tits, small tits, all tits.  If they love/like you, they’ll love/like your boobs however they find them.  Men are pretty much just grateful whenever a woman lets them see her naked, and he’s not going to suddenly lose his erection because you have a B-cup instead of DDs.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen a natural-looking boob job anyway, except on the women I mentioned at the top of this post.  Everyone else looks like they have two halves of a basketball shoved underneath their chest, and that includes non-porn stars as well.  STOP IT.  STOP DOING THIS TO YOURSELF, LADIES.  IT’S NOT WORTH IT.



  1. Olive Ole · April 19, 2016

    Hear hear! Your wits aren’t in yer tits!

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  2. dderbydave · April 19, 2016

    Just spent a moment with coffee up my nose after reading “Itty Bitty Titty Committee” – thank you for that. 😀
    I agree wholeheartedly. Its all a part of buying into the male-generated image of the ideal woman whose tiny waist and overblown “boobage” satisfy some boyhood lusting after his sister’s Barbie dolls.

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    • Beth · April 19, 2016

      I wish I could say I invented that phrase, but I didn’t. Sorry about the coffee up your nose. LOL. I think the media in general is responsible in part for the image women think they need to perpetuate, whether it’s big boobs, blonde hair, tanned skin, full lips, radioactive white teeth….I know I’m no looker, but at least all my parts are factory-installed.

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  3. sheenmeem · April 19, 2016

    Being a woman myself I have never understood why a woman wants bigger ones. What nature bestows shouldn’t be altered, unless there is a medical reason. When a person falls in love — it’s with the whole person not a body part.

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    • Beth · April 19, 2016

      Big boobs are uncomfortable, and that to me carries more weight than what a guy might think of them. I have to live with them, walk around with them, you don’t. All of this is true for all the other implants I talked about. Why women inject themselves with this crap I’ll never understand.

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  5. luckyjc007 · April 19, 2016

    I agree with adderbydave….(“it’s for the male-generated image of the ideal woman”) which causes a lot of women to feel self conscious and inadequate with their body so they try to improve their image. I’ve always despised the attitude that men have about this…it’s as if she really had a choice of what her size would be when she grew up. Size can be controlled in regards to weight, but increasing or decreasing the breast size is not so controllable unless she decides to have some type of surgery. And, not all women want this or can afford it! Great post.

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