Is it just me?

Or has anyone else noticed the disturbing BoobPlant fashion? Sometimes I think I am stuck in extreme mommy-make-over suburbia. What is it with mom's who have lost all sense of self, and actually think, my boobs=the real me? I hear women talking not if, but when they get their boobplants. I see women with ridiculous sized orbs, teeny-tiny waists, and no hips? Usually they are showing 3/4 of their cleavage so I can only assume they are new, and they are getting their money's worth by showing them off. (The rest of us who've owned ours for 35 years, just don't feel like everyone else cares to see 'em!)

And I can talk, having no boobs left after a total of 3 years worth of breastfeeding . But I'm not considering going under the knife, (possible side-effect DEATH) to increase my mammary glands? What exactly is the point? My husband considers me very sexy (he said so just this morning, and I have no reason suspect his motives). Now don't get me wrong I confess I own a couple-a push ups, but sheesh, not really in the same ball park, eh?

If I had time to figure out how to get a poll on here, I'd ask. Would you or would you not? Are boobplants in your future? I won't even address the financial in all of this.

Partly the reason I bring this up is because while I would never consider increasing my breast size, the hypocrite in me would consider getting braces or professionally whitening my teeth. Money of course is an issue there too, so maybe when we win the lottery I'll be walking around with bright shiny new teeth, and boobs hanging down to my knees.



8 comments:

Driving With the Brakes On said...

sI have this same debate in my head all the time! I would love for the girls to go back to their pre-baby and breastfeeding days - namely the same size and the same height on my chest. I would love to have more than just barely an A, but I would also love to have whiter teeth or to never have to shave again . . . or to pay off a few debts.

I am with you in not understanding the Barbie-doll look, and I definitely think there is a time and a place for showing breasts off . . . at the playground is not one of them!

Good & Crazy said...

Driving--

Did you just call them your ‘girls’? That’s funny…!
I haven’t given a lot of thought to laser hair removal, but I know people who have tattooed on their eye make—up, yick!

I wish I had used the term ‘Barbie-doll look’, that’s exactly what I was getting at.

Paul & Megan Hawkes said...

I guess we will have to agree to DISAGREE on this subject! Have a great day.

Yes, my name is Arizona said...

No, I'd never get implants. I'd feel like I had aliens living inside me. I like my little boobs. ;)

the barker bunch said...

I think I am going to have to go with Megan on this one!:)

Good & Crazy said...

Okay it seems to be a tie. 2 for bigger boobs. And not including me, 2 for status droop.

Anonymous said...

Compare the "excitement" of having your "new look" when you are 30 and then think about the freak you will appear to be when you are 50. Implants are so easy to spot -- who is supposed to admire bought boobs? One more random thought: if you believe this way, on the day of the resurrection those things are gonna' get sucked out and leak all over your burial clothes, and you will be exposed for who you are, which is someone who's not happy with the way God treated her and the "blessings" He bestowed.

angie said...

OK, I hope annonymous was kidding because if not, that's going a bit far. I'm sitting on the fence here. Totally not opposed to it, would consider it for myself as I'd like my "friends" back, but can see both sides. I think it depends on your motive for boobs. Are you trying to show the world, or are you trying to get back a piece of what your children sucked from you?


Oh my heck! I was featured. And it didn't hurt or anything!



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