If I work really hard, I can almost convince myself that these Barbie boob necklaces are funky and irreverent and cool, but then I remember they’re made from disembodied doll parts, and get creeped out. If that wasn’t bad enough, I can only imagine that adding a second pair of boobs to my chest area would exponentially increase the amount of times I’d need to say, “Dude, my eyes are up here.” [Pinterest, You Are Drunk]
According to Jennifer Love Hewitt, her 36C breasts are worth millions. “The Client List” star told US Weekly:
“I need, like, an insurance invitation. If somebody was like, ‘Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million dollars,’ I’d be like, ‘Do it. Love it! Why not?’”
But then she reconsidered the value of her favorite body parts and told USA Today, “These things right here are worth $5 million!” Aim high, JLH! I have a feeling Hewitt’s phone is going to be ringing off the hook this week with offers.
She wouldn’t be the first celebrity to take out a policy on her most precious parts. Click onward for more celebs and the body parts they insured. [Huffington Post]
Admit it, you’re a perv. That’s why you’ve clicked on this here slideshow, featuring all manner of boobs, nipples and vaginas from the latest runway shows. And yes, they’re all there — from the gauzy breasts at Alexis Mabille, to the blatant nip slips at Elie Saab. And we haven’t even begun talking about the full frontal nudity at the latest Pamela Hogg show.
But what’s that? You’re not even reading this because you want to get straight to the models? Fine, fine. Let the nudity and NSFW glory commence.
French lingerie line Valega made some weird boob cartoons to promote their Finally Together push up bra. The ads feature animated breasts (with arms and legs) joyfully reuniting. In this commercial, right and left breasts meet at the airport and engage in a highly disturbing nipple bumping squishfest. The other spots take place respectively at a ship dock and on the set of a TV game show. I’ve included them after the jump for your viewing pleasure (maybe pleasure isn’t the right word). Breast anthropomorphism frightens me. [Ad Week] Keep reading »
It’s always uncomfortable to receive a gift you don’t want. You remember your childhood birthday parties. Just smile and say thanks for the Barbie you already have! Boise man, Andy Thompson, found himself in an extremely awkward position when he won a $3,000 voucher for breast augmentation surgery. For Mardi Gras, a local bar was giving the boob job away as a Fat Tuesday door prize, and Thompson was the lucky winner. When asked what he plans to do with his new pair of boobs, the 37-year-old joked “I was thinking about going with a C cup, but I think a small A is good for me.” But seriously, Thompson doesn’t know “what the plan is” for his unwanted prize since there are “so many good options.” Keep reading »