Tell your boyfriend he can thank me later.
When I look at a hot woman, I immediately think, "OMG that woman is SO gorgeous." For me to think a man is gorgeous, I have to take other things into account.
Booze, boobs... I'm pretty sure this is the manliest, most macho concept possible (unless it included bacon).
When someone has a completely gorgeous rack/body/whatever, I notice. I'm not gay. I think I'm like a 2 on the Kinsey scale, but come on, some women just have really got it going on up there.
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Men are obsessed with breasts. We are. Accept it. I’m not saying you need to like it, but it’ll save you a world of wishing death if you admitted it. The question isn’t whether Bourbon St. at Mardi Gras is our heaven, the question is: Why? Well, I've got a few theories swirling in my brain.
Boobs – we all have them. Some are gigantic, some are barely there. Some are 100% real and others are fake. While some of us can fill out bras, some of us need a little push up enhancement. In a big breast lovin’ society, it can be hard out there for a girl with a smaller chest. But I’m not going to lie – I love my small boobs!
There's an app for that. For what? Well, just about everything these days. From finding the perfect shirt to getting directions to that restaurant you've only ever been to once to planning your wedding. There's an app for it.
Dear Tuffy Luv, I apologize in advance for this being long and probably confusing. Okay. My boyfriend and I have been together for a year and a couple months, and it's really great. We've always had a long distance relationship; a couple weeks after we started dating, he moved 5 hours away for an internship.
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I love my boobs. Seriously. They are fabulous and I wouldn't do anything in this world to replace them with anything else. I'm happy to have them by my side whenever I'm laying down need a handful of jiggly happiness to cry on. I believe they are superb. I don't want this post to seem like a giant complain-fest. It's simply the honest truth about having big boobs.
Contrary to what all those fashion mags tell you, earth tones and jewel tones are not the color right now. No, maam. It's October and the it color is pink!
(Two girls, on a campus bus.) Girl 1: So did they have sex? Girl 2: No, they boarded Penetration Station but the train never left.
As women, we spend a lot of our time focusing on our flaws. Whether it's standing in front of a mirror and staring at the cellulite on our thighs, talking about said cellulite with our girls over salads (dressing on the side!), or Googling creams that promise to erase cellulite, we tend to only notice the negatives.
I love everything about Mardi Gras. It's one of those days that makes day-drinking on a Tuesday completely acceptable and encourages us to eat the most disgustingly greasy (read: most delicious) food that we can. Whether or not you participate in the religious side of the event, we can all agree that a day dedicated solely to partying and indulgence is heaven sent.
According to BBC News, there's one plastic surgery procedure that has shot up 80% in the past two years. No, not an increase in women who want a rack like Christina Hendricks or a booty like Kim Kardashian. And no, it has nothing to do with Heidi Montag. The increasingly in-demand surgery is (gasp) a boob reduction... for men.
Practically every woman I know owns at least a couple of sets of racy underpinnings, and there's a good reason for it. Completely aside from the obvious "look sexy for sex" aspect of lingerie (let's face it, if clothes are coming off, guys care less about the undies than what's under them) there's a certain mental boost that comes from wearing pretty things.
Q: I know this sounds strange, but I think my boobs are weird. I’m way past puberty, but they look pretty much the same as they did when I was younger, only marginally bigger. Is there something wrong? Should all adult female breasts/nipples look the same?
As a kid, there were a lot of things I was looking forward to having once I became a “grown-up” -- a boyfriend, my period (I don't know why I was looking forward to that, but I was), and getting my very own set of beautiful breasts. Not only would their arrival mean I was turning into a woman, but I felt like they would make clothes look that much better.
(Older student, talking to high schooler on campus tour.) Student: There's actually a statistic, I think, something like 30 percent of the liquid of water parks is urine. High schooler: Yeah, that sounds pretty reasonable. That's about right. Student: What the f***? No it's not! That would be disgusting!
Straight men spend approximately 3/4 of their day (OK, probably more) wishing that whatever they happened to be looking at involved boobs. As such, establishments that cater to straight men, like sports bars, realize that by filling their place of business with scantily clad women, they can get men to come in and buy... anything, actually.
There is a new cookie on the market in Japan that promises to increase your breast size. Aptly called F-Cups, the cookies contain Pueraria Mirifica, a natural breast enhancer. Just eat two cookies a day and (allegedly) you're on your way to a bigger bra size.