Boob Science

March 10, 2019 by Elliot James Leave your thoughts

According to a study, male drivers are more likely to pick up a busty female hitchhiker than a small-breasted hitcher. Scientists blandly call this behavior “pro-social.” We’d call it being a horny boob-man.

In yet another study (scientists sure do a lot of breast studies, don’t they?), girls with big boobs attract middle-to-low income guys. High-income dudes like smaller breasted girls better. However, the study was done with Malaysian males, so there may be cultural factors at play. A second study with white British males concluded that hungry men preferred bigger-breasted girls more than a group that had just had a meal.

Women spend over $16-billion annually on bras. More than four-million bras are manufactured each day.  A single bra weighs 1.6 ounces (45 grams) and is made with over 40 pieces. The average woman owns six bras.

The average bust size has increased from 34B to 36C since 2001.

Boobs can move up and down as much as eight inches during exercise.

Very few women have symmetrical breasts. Most have a larger left breast.

A girl with big boobs should sleep on her side with a pillow under her breasts for support and to prevent sagging.

Cup sizes can be confusing, so here’s a comparison with liquid:

A cup=8 fluid ounces (238 milliliters)
B cup=13 ounces (385 milliliters)
C cup=21 ounces (621 milliliters)
D cup=27 ounces (800 milliliters)

Cheryl Blossom played the rating game in February.

 

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