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January 12, 2007

Oh, they're real!

When you ogle sites such as Big Naturals, you realize that nothing beats the real thing. Sure, once and a while, you see some really convincing implants bit generally they just don't look as good as the genuine art-tit-cles. Therefore, many women look for alternatives to breast enhancement surgery. According to the spam I get in my inbox on a daily basis, there are loads of herbal supplements to make boobs grow big.

In fact, sometimes when I look at my junk mail folder I think somehow someone has decided I'm a shemale since I get equal amounts of products offering to make my hooters huge as I do other ones claiming my erection could be bigger, last longer and produce more sperm. Nevertheless, whether any of these things actually work, they're selling dreams more than touting anything else. Besides, I do vaguely remember hearing something about mind over matter when size matters.

Fittingly enough, I just read an article on Ananova (01/12/07) about a growing trend, pun intended, where men have been snatching up a beer called Boza for two very good reasons. First, it recently had its customs duty removed in the EU. Second, it is purportedly supposed to cause women's titties to expand.

If you've ever watched an infomercial or a cable home-shopping channel, you know Europeans always have secret miracle products that have been used for centuries unbeknownst to us in the New World. I decided to look up this mammary magic brew and discovered that it has been popular for centuries because of its carb-loading properties. During the Ottoman Empire, the army used it to fortify the troops.

Granted, I'm sure if they were wearing low-cut breastplates to show off their strangely enlarged man boobs that might distract any enemies during a fight. It sounds as if the Turkish version resembles almost gruel since they serve it with roasted chickpeas and cinnamon. In Bulgaria, they serve it as part of breakfast. However, the alcohol content is only about 1% so it's not like having your breakfast cereal mixed with Irish Cream or vodka in your OJ.

Constantin Barbu after crossing the Danube from Romania to the Bulgarian border town of Ruse to buy Boza was quoted as saying, "I've bought a case for my wife to try out. I really hope I see an improvement."

He must drink something considerably stronger than Boza in his morning coffee, since most fellows who spoke of their wife in such a manner would have to be either very brave or very drunk. Who knows maybe he ordered some of those endowment enhancing pills from the internet, since Constantin apparently has one giant set on him.

Posted by Will Peters at January 12, 2007 1:01 AM

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