Friday, July 11, 2008

Thank You!

Thank you...


Debra Messing,
Keira Knightley,


Kelly Ripa,
and Kate Hudson...
...for NOT getting breast implants! I'm serious. I love that they love their bodies as they are. Pay attention, ladies! Just say "no" to implants!

6 comments:

Chicken & Waffles said...

Trust me, there is nothing wonderful about big tits. I have my God-given girls (affectionately known as "Shock & Awe") which I would pay a surgeon to take down a size or two. They are especially a burden in the dog days of sweltering summer.

Julie said...

But if we heed Caryl's message applauding small-boobed women who haven't given into getting implants, shouldn't we applaud ourselves for accepting our burdensome boobs? I mean, it seems to me the message is "Love your body the way it is." Granted, that's hard when you've been 25 pounds overweight since the birth of your last child. I would say "haven't lost the baby weight", but that really doesn't apply when the baby is 11 years old!

So love those cumbersome girls, CW! I love mine!

Anonymous said...

Boobs are nothing but fat. Who in their right mind would want a boob job and add fat to their bodies? Big tits on small women look great - but lord forbid if they gain weight - here comes Big Bertha!

caryl said...

There are exceptions, of course. I have a friend who's a breast cancer survivor and got implants after a double mastectomy. The implants are just as small as she was before!

On the flip side, a friend's daughter had a breast reduction because her breasts were too huge for her frame. She looks and feels better.

What I have a problem with are women who have perfectly lovely figures but feel they have to insert humongous sacks under their skin just to get the attention of men.

I could go on and on, but it makes me crazy!

Jennifer said...

My husband's ex-wife got them and she is still pretty darn small. As much as I don't care for the woman, I will give her a pass for doing it because she didn't go crazy. She just wanted to look decent in clothes. She looked like a boy, she has no curves.

The fact that she did it at a time in her life when she claimed she had no money and therefore couldn't spend any time with the kids, well, that's another story all together.

Anonymous said...

I agree with what you're saying but some of those women are disturbingly thin. If they ate a little, maybe they'd have normal sized boobs. But, as you say, at lease they didn't get man made ones just to look healthy. I have 2 family members (inlaws) that got them. They spent $ they didn't have, not for the men in their lives (the men didn't care) but for themselves. I don't get it.