Last night Barb L and I were hanging out with a bunch of friends. The woman who, a few months ago, reported breast enlargement after frequent “Dr. Joe’s Cure for Everything” treatments was there. She was telling all her friends, “See! Look at this! I went from an ‘A’ cup to a ‘C’!” “And”, she continued, pointing to her boyfriend, “It’s all because of him!” At first people thought he had paid for a boob job. Nope; It was the continuing application of the treatments advocated by Dr. Joe.
Apparently five minutes of continuous orgasms once a day (she claims, “I didn’t even know that was possible!”) for a few months stimulates enough hormones to dramatically affect breast size. She says she is continuing the treatments and is increasing the frequency of treatments to twice a day. She went on to say, perhaps jokingly, that she anticipates another increase of two cup sizes in a few more months.
Since she gives Dr. Joe partial credit I asked for pictures. This evening I received this picture:
Yeah. Not quite what I was hoping for either.
Entirely by coincidence I stumbled across this blog post yesterday. She references Dressed To Kill: The Link between Breast Cancer and Bras.
- Women who do not wear bras (or rarely ever) have a risk of 1 in 168 chance of developing breast cancer.
- Women who wear a bra less than 12 hours a day have a 1 in 152 chance of developing breast cancer.
- Women who wear a bra more than 12 hours a day, but not to sleep have a 1 in 7 chance of developing breast cancer.
- Women who wear a bra 24 hours a day have a 3 in 4 chance of developing breast cancer.
And of course there are the obvious conclusions that a guy like me would love to endorse but further research on my part turns up this information:
The book’s claim that bras cause breast cancer has been dismissed by the medical and scientific communities; the National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, and the National Institutes of Health have all concluded that there is no link between bra use and breast cancer.
Heavy sigh. I’m probably too honest. I’ve been accused of that before.