Boob Season

I have never seen so many unattended breasts bobbing like apples strolling the avenue.  Big ones too, or freak of nature breasts, as my friend, comic Rich Vos likes to call them. 600660020_o

Just now I stopped at a cafe to get a quick coffee to go, and the cashier’s, winking from her itty-bitty tank top, practically hypnotized me.  I almost forgot what I wanted.

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My pal Camille likes to feature hers now that they’re bought and paid for.  That’s another thing.  You always know when they’re installed not just for their lack of movement, but the way they’re front and center.  Women who’ve had them their whole lives, with the exception of maybe wanting to impress a date, keep them under wraps most of the time.  But the girl who saved or maxed out her Visa takes those babies out for a spin…like a brand new car.  If you spent that much money would you leave it in the garage?  No, you’d be tooting that horn all over town too.  images-2

My boobs have shrunk since I’ve lost so much weight.  It bothered me at first, but then I got over it.  I mean, who cares.  I know I’m not the prettiest girl in the room anymore, but at least I was once though long ago, and even without freak of nature boobs, it’s a nice memory to have. images-3

Ho hum





About Susannah Bianchi

I'm just a girl who likes to write slightly on slant. I've had a career in fashion, dabbled in film and to be honest, I don't like talking about myself. Now my posts are another matter so I will let them speak for themselves. My eBooks, A New York Diary, Model Behavior: Friends For Life and Notes From A Working Cat can be found on Thanks.
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25 Responses to Boob Season

  1. micklively says:

    Like most blokes, I like breasts. But they don’t feature very high up the list of things I want from a woman. They can’t be more important than waistline, can they? I wonder whether their disproportionate attention comes from puberty: when lads are aware of their female classmates developing around them?
    As for silicone, I put it on the same pile as tattoos and piercings: auto-maiming, a mental illness.


  2. Beverly Giangiacomo says:

    Great picture of the monkey! Who cares about breasts so long as they are healthy…this is a good time to remind all women to do monthly breast exams….young women as well as old are susceptible to breast cancer…catch it early!

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  3. skinnyuz2b says:

    My youngest daughter, just turned 25, is petite with 36DD knockers. She’s had them since her early teens and displays them like the prized possessions they are. They’re 100% natural and act like a little shelf that things are always dropping into. Once she moved from our home I gave up the refrain of “Pull your top up.” Although it still slips out now and then. She’s a bartender at Uno’s and I’m sure those puppies help with her tips (along with her bubbly personality).


  4. skinnyuz2b says:

    I meant to add that I was a 32A until my early 40s when I finally gained 20 pounds. Now I’m 36C, so I’ve seen both sides of the fence. I have to say I could have had a LOT of fun with my cleavage when I was younger!

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  5. These days I’m glad that my daughter is modest and that my breasts are in retirement. That’s right, they were working breasts. They served their quality years nursing babies…one for 13 months straight! Time served indeed.

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  6. When I was in my 20s my two besties were very large breasted. I was not and the butt of many jokes. By the time they were in their 50s both had reduction surgery because of back issues. On the other hand, the aging sag I got could be holstered up nicely. Who is the lucky one now?

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  7. I am not your usual guy. I prefer natural boobs and I prefer them smaller rather than larger. The word “proportionate” comes to mind. My buddy teases me all the time saying there is something wrong with me, but….I don’t care. I have, basically, the same feeling about butts – smaller and proportionate.
    Just me, I guess.
    -And,Dear, you are still right up there…


  8. Patricia says:

    Seems we are rarely happy with what we have. When I was young i wished that my breasts were as big as my butt, now I wish my butt was as small as my breasts.

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  9. And on the subject of moobs…oh wait…that’s another post. Whoops, sorry Susannah, I guessed I skipped ahead a little.


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