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If and when they ever use the Biger Brain they will be shocked to find out it does not marre big or small. (Hog Wash) 3) As women age gravity takes hold muscles go lax's and breasts loose tone.I for one could care less about breasts size except for those women with bigger then average breast's. not sure the only time I've known any woman to wear one was when she was trying to figure out what size implants to get.i was thinking about this too the other day.It seems to be a no-win situation for small breasted (low esteem) individuals. Im still sticking with tmy other post about necks but that made me remember something else.. Women ware the fakeies for several reasons 1) Men have been conditioned (brain wash assuming they are using the lil brain) that big is best. 1 that its the only way to compete with their more developed sisters.At this point, reality-show producers have pretty much tried every trick in the book.
The series follows a group of men and women as they participate in a “new social experiment,” according to VH1 description of the show.
" PHOTOS: Topless stars Unfortunately for these kids, the sparks just don't seem to fly.
Juliet can't get a word in edgewise as Sean gives her a less-than-arousing back massage. Yep, to Juliet's shock, she's familiar with her second date.
New Jersey, as a setting, is home to shows as thematically varied as “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “Cake Boss,” “Jersey Couture” and any number of “Jersey Shore” spinoffs (most recently TV Guide’s “The Sorrentinos”); other regions-as-genres have included Atlanta and, for a strange stretch of time, Dallas.
The concept of a competition that tests an obscure or unusual skill has been stretched to its limit with shows from “Skin Wars” (about body-painting) to “Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge.” And the dating, real estate and survival genres have all lately tried to achieve addition by subtraction — by forcing cast members to take off their clothes. But the nudity is dispensed with so quickly that one begins to forget why this is a show at all.