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I will never complain about my less than pert boobs again!

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  1. Oh my!!! And I thought mine were bad!!

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  2. Oh my gosh! And I thought Dolly Parton had problem boobs...

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  3. OMG it must take her ages to get her balance! And what cup size would that be do you think??

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  4. How did you get that candid pic of me, Saz?! xox

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  5. That picture must have been transmogrified! No woman could live with those and look that happy. Could they?

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  6. Tell me those are not real. I'm crying. I'm so sad. Someone save me and tell me they're not real.

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  7. she needs to throw those babies over her shoulder before trying to get up.wow

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  8. I can't wrap my mind around this even being real. Is it real? Really?

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  9. OH MY GOODNESS!!!! That is soooo abnormal!! That should be against the law!! Wow! How must her back and shoulders feel from carrying those boobs! They probably hang down to her knees once she manages to get up. That would turn a man off, he would run from her!!

    Wow....

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  10. Goodness, they look like powerful slingshots . . . with boulders ready to fire.

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  11. Does she work in a circus??? lol

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  12. Holy Mother of Budda...I am in pain just looking at those....


    Jodi

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  13. M&S's bid to get more people to buy their extra supportive bra's. Shame on them!

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  14. Wait a minute. Do you think this is for real? Can you do this with Photoshop?

    Please tell me this isn't for real. If so, why is she smiling??

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  15. I thought this must be a photoshop doo daa..but then the right boob would be in front of her leg not behind it surely, shirley?

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  16. Oh, yes, you can do that with Photoshop! But why would you want to?

    Oh yeah ... because it's kinda funny!

    Especially when you realise that they cannot. possibly. be. real.

    ROFL!

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  17. Eeewww gross. Surely not real, but who would ever think of generating such an ugly image of a woman's body? A mysogenist.

    Or a plastic surgeon.

    Ciao, Saz - know that I bought a new bikini today, in spite of my absurdly ample midriff, arse and thighs. Ad maiora!

    Lola xx

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  18. Yuck! That's enough to put a man off of off titties forever!

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  19. Boy, someone sure had fun with their photoshop!

    Then again, the idea could have been inspired by my bosom, were I ever to expose the world to the girls in a bikini top.

    But it'll never happen. I'd probably get a ticket.

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  20. OMG. It even makes my melons look exceedingly small.

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  21. Makes me glad I'm a bloke. Perhaps I'd better rephrase that - it makes me glad I'm not a woman!

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  22. I won't be complaining any more either.....wowza! What size cup is that?

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  23. Are they....are they...real?

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