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Dec 8 2008
07:40 am

In our diligent quest to bring you important events around the globe that affect your life personally, we now bring you the following story as a diversion from that noble quest.

130,000 breasts missing at sea

I like to think of them as little inflatable life preservers. Let the commentary begin!

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fletch's picture

This explains the pic of a

This explains the pic of a Somali pirate I saw with inflatable boobs. Thought it was body armor.

redmondkr's picture

Obviously the Aussies have

Obviously the Aussies have been greatly influenced by American values since this 1963 observation:

And this infantile preoccupation with bosoms. In all my time in this Godforsaken country, the one thing that has appalled me most of all this preposterous preoccupation with bosoms. Don't you realize they have become the dominant theme in American culture: in literature, advertising and all fields of entertainment and everything. I'll wager you anything you like that if American women stopped wearing brassieres, your whole national economy would collapse overnight.

J. Algernon Hawthorne (Terry Thomas) in It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World


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metulj's picture

That is awesome and is now

That is awesome and is now going to be used in a lecture. I had never heard of it before. Thanks.

True happiness is knowing you are a hypocrite. -- Ivor Cutler

WhitesCreek's picture

Quote of the day...

...the ducks and beavers had faded to white, but the turtles and frogs had kept their original colours.

Carole Borges's picture

Ha ha ha! Maybe amorous jellyfish will find them attractive?

I can just see a whole sea full of horny jellyfish humping those inflated falsies. This could be a huge ecological disastor. The popping sounds might disturb other sea creatures, and intakes on cruise ships could get clogged.

WhitesCreek's picture

While I myself have, in the

While I myself have, in the distant past, "humped inflated falsies" as you say...The sex life of jellyfish is way too weird to be described in such terms.

Carole Borges's picture

I see them waving their sexy little tentacles...

Now if we could just learn how to put those jellyfish in reverse, perhaps we could get them to snatch the inflated falsies from the surface, pull them back down with their tentacles and then shove them deep into their little waiting cups which will get smaller and smaller capturing the falsies forever. Yeah, by golly, I think it can be done!

WhitesCreek's picture

Wait...There's one more stage in the reproductive cycle...

Carole Borges's picture

Okay, I'm now rolling on the floor clutching my sides.

I'm screaming enough, enough, while tears run down my face. That last pic was the topper really. Good find!

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