How To Support Large Breasts | The Kush To The Rescue!
Large breasts are terrible to deal with. They can cause back pain, they often sag far too soon, leaving a woman with stretch marks even in her teens, and boy is it hard to get to sleep at night when you have breasts in the way. When you want to lie on your side, what happens? I'll tell you what happens, your breasts are pressed together with all their breasty weight, causing discomfort and many sleepless nights. The human body just wasn't designed to accommodate breasts in the sleeping position. In prehistory, some women would use rocks to prop up their breasts whilst they slept. In ancient societies, wealthy women would employ servant women to gently cradle their breasts whilst they slept.
The modern world is bereft of many things, and proper nocturnal breast support is just one of them. Fortunately somebody has thought of the plight of large breasted women everywhere and created a product which truly addresses our needs. (I myself suffer under the massive weight of a DD cup. Imagine the torment that my life is, some days I can't even make it from the bedroom to the kitchen without having to resort to crawling along the floor like some kind of serpent.)
The Kush is an entirely naturally synthetic plastic. product, a turgid, fleshy roll which fits neatly between the breasts when one sleeps on one's side.
No straps, no adhesives, no garments needed. The infomercial fails to inform as to what happens when one rolls over whilst wearing the Kush, and I don't know about you ladies, but I relish the very idea of hunting around in bed for a floppy tool. Wait, now I'm watching it again I see that they claim the slip resistant nature of the device will prevent it from escaping the grasp of your breasts as you sleep.
Let's take a moment and watch the infomercial television was destined to air:
Note that the Kush comes in a wide range of flesh colored tones, a fact which makes this little device all the more obscene.
Now I must admit that it is possible that some women may find some use for this horrid little object. Apparently those who have had breast implants find it hard to find a comfortable sleeping position, understandable, if you haven't grown into the things, adjustment could be difficult. Likewise you might be a J cup and the sheer weight of your breasts could cause you back pain. I don't know. The only testimonials I found were on the product site, the rest of the interwebs is simply rolling around laughing and pointing, a position I find most inviting on this particular product issue.