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Our Fascination With Large Breasts (Text and Pictures)

Updated on November 13, 2010

Today, boys and girls, we're going to read about and look at pictures of large breasts. Not because we're leering inanely, but because we care about breasts as a social issue. (Okay, some of us will be leering inanely and will no doubt end up leaving comments like 'ii bby, i r want to seks u', but we have to accept that if half the population is going to be above the average level of intelligence, then half has to be under. So next time you feel yourself getting irritated with an idiot who doesn't seem to understand the Internet, or even the basic laws of Physics, don't get angry at him/her, just be grateful that they're making you look good.) Back to the breasts though, because that's really why we are all here. I've decided to focus today on large breasts, as small breasts, while perfectly pleasant in their own way, fail to attract near the attention or controversy that their larger companions command.

I've compiled a few theories on why we might be attracted (and when I say 'attracted' I mean, 'compelled to give attention to' rather than some sort of dirty sexual meaning that would completely debase this entire argument) to large breasts.

The 'Life Was Better When I Was A Baby' Theory:

Perhaps they remind us of a simpler time, a time when from the maternal breast, milk flowed freely. You didn't have to hold down a job, or be nice to people you didn't like. The word, 'networking' was merely bunch of sounds that could have referred to anything from that smell the dog made, to the smell that you made. Life was simple, life was good, and in comparison to your small stature, the breasts were very large indeed.

The 'Scientists Like To Talk About Evolutionairy Reasons For Things' Theory:

Scientists have suggested that full breasts are a sign of fertility. Scientists suggest all sorts of things however (remember when they insisted that the Earth was flat? Oh what a laugh we all had when that turned out to be wrong), and it is an established fact that the success of the a woman reproductively has very little to do with the size of her breasts. Pregnant women's breasts do swell and grow larger though, so perhaps they might be on to something

The 'We Like Big Things' Theory:

Humanity has always been impressed by size. If something is larger, we automatically assume its better. Bigger cars are more impressive, bigger muscles are more attractive, and Donald Trump hasn't built a great deal of small buildings has he? No, he builds big, because we love big. The exception to this rule appears to be, at least in the Western World, being big because you're fat, but that's a whole 'nother kettle of fishy worm cans that I am pretty sure none of us want to open.

The 'I Don't Know, They're Just Nice' Theory:

Large breasts are softer, more visually prominent, and are more effective when used as a pillow.

A Breastly Discusson

All of the aformentioned theories are possibilities. What's interesting about large breasts however, is the amount of energy invested in them by society as a whole. Some women undergo painful and unnecessary surgery to get larger breasts, surgery that involves being cut open and bleeding whilst a surgeon shoves a fabricated implant into the breast to make it bigger. Most people find this to be rather distasteful, at least ostensibly, but there are pockets of the world where such procedures are the norm (think Los Angeles, CA). Breast Augmentation is practically a way of life there, and why? Because as a society, we seem to value breasts more highly than gold.

On the flip side, there are others who seem to find the mention of breasts offensive. Breast feeding infants is even discouraged as a public activity in many places, something that can make the already difficult task of raising a young infant and having a life even harder.

And here we seem to have come full circle. Breasts may not be the be all and end all of femininity, and it would certainly be amiss to suggest that a woman with small or even no breasts is less of a woman than a larger breasted counterpart. However the breast, as a symbol, occupies a special place in the human psyche, both as an object of desire, and as a giver of the essential nutrients of life.

As with men's equipment however (see how I avoided saying 'penis' there, pretty slick huh), size should not be an issue.

WRITER'S NOTE: Just in case you were wondering, yes. I did feel like Jerry Springer when I wrote that last line, and it felt good. Dirty, but good.


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    • Drift3r profile image


      8 years ago from London, UK.

      All slap and crap. Plastic fantastic! BS, i say. One should be au naturalle!

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      Fire Sky 

      9 years ago from HeNan of China

      Let me see!

      it's very big~!

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      9 years ago

      My baby brother who is wise beyond his years once said to me "Breasts are like beer, everyone has their preference. But they'll take whatever's on tap". Another great hub :)

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      9 years ago

      nice and good looking

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      Jyoti Kothari 

      9 years ago from Jaipur

      An infant gets his or her first ever food in this earth in his or her mother's breast. So he or she  starts loving those. This natural phenomenon goes deep into instinct and kept in deep down memory. This is one of the reason human kind loves breast.


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      9 years ago


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      9 years ago

      i want to see them without bra

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      9 years ago

      omg the womans breasts in the recording studio are huge!havnt laughed like this!

    • LatexLeah profile image


      10 years ago

      'ii bby, i r want to seks u', HA! Breasts are a key ingredient in what makes up the most beautiful thing ever created, the female body

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      10 years ago

      awesome pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Maylinda Arons profile image

      Maylinda Arons 

      10 years ago

      Oh my god, I haven't laughed this much since.... well, yesterday's Seifeld rerun, but whatever, theis was GREAT! It was hilarious, you write really really really well. It's so nice and DRY, too, like you're perfectly serious about what you're saying: "Large breasts are softer, more visually prominent, and are more effective when used as a pillow." Brilliant stuff. I'm going to be reading more of your stuff, for sure.

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      10 years ago from UK

      This was hilarious and now I can't stop laughing about it. Nice pics too.


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      10 years ago from lindenhurst,ny

      I think enough to hold and that they are nice a perky...

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      Panic 39 

      10 years ago

      Big or small as long as they look good I Like them...

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      Jon Kohan 

      10 years ago from Pittsburgh Pa

      big breasts most of the time to me at least are weird looking and creepy. hah. what ever happend to looking natural, unless you look horrible then i guess you could get this done, but i guess if i wanted to go on and on i could just write my own hub. nice work

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      10 years ago

      I love them from I was a little boy but some of these couldn't be suckable and I think their babies will die of silicon poisoning HUh. But I think the one with the yellow dress look real gif. (Nice) Is there any computition for nice breast if there is I will be the judge.


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