Wednesday, March 30, 2005
A Cup of Humor, Anyone?
It’s been awhile since we’ve had a laugh on this site. You know what that means, right? Yes, it is time for another top ten list! Each time I have experienced a significant change, I have developed a top ten list (see the top ten on baldness and top ten on mastectomy) to help me adjust to the change using humor. Sit back, enjoy a cup o’ joe (or a “cuppa” for my British friends – that includes you Lou Lou!) and have a laugh with me while I adjust to life with breasts about three cup sizes smaller.

- Top Ten Benefits of Smaller Breasts -

10. No need to buy clothes a size bigger to accommodate the girls.

9. Strapless and/or braless may actually be an option.

8. I’ll be able to cross my arms more comfortably.

7. Sexy lingerie won’t have to be special ordered.

6. Not so much “reverb” when jogging or walking at a fast clip.

5. It might improve my golf swing.

4. The force of gravity should reduce a proportionate amount to the reduction of the mass (huh? Okay….not so much sagging).

3. My parachute harness will be more comfortable (what!?!!).

2. The seat belt won’t get lost in the great divide.

1. And like we always say . . . size doesn’t matter, right?
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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