Breasts are good for you

For all its ferocity, the Internet’s holy war over breasts has no lack of neutrals.  Bloggers who choose to side with neither DFC lovers nor oppai advocates have thus far found plenty of room for being noncomittal.

But this article may sway those who have yet to pick a side.

According to German research published in the New England Journal of Medicine, men staring at women’s breasts in fact prolong their lives with years.

“Just 10 minutes of looking at the charms of a well-endowed females is equivalent to a 30-minute aerobics work-out,” said author Dr. Karen Weatherby, a gerontologist.

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Published in: on March 9, 2010 at 3:55 PM  Comments (8)  
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  1. But did they say anything about said breasts being 2D or 3D? D cup, though, man, that’s just harsh. What about those who like them small?

  2. This is an urban legend that’s been around for like 15 years

    http://www.snopes.com/humor/iftrue/breasts.asp

    • You mean it’s not true? Next you’ll be telling us that the Emperor of Britannia didn’t really lead the people in saying ‘Hail Oppai!’

  3. Do shotacon chests count?

  4. Weird. o.0

  5. Alright, you didn’t care about the article I sent you, but would you care that the guy is now pitching it @Glenn Beck. For real.

    https://twitter.com/astronerdboy

    1. @glennbeck I’m learning just how little most folks seem to know about the progressive movement in the replies I’m getting. about 22 hours ago via web in reply to glennbeck
    2. @glennbeck I wrote some poor piece showing how progressive movement caused an anime company to edit a title. http://bit.ly/90oNED about 22 hours ago via web in reply to glennbeck

  6. Hahahahaha! This means that I’ll live to 107 years old! 🙂

  7. The important thing is not trying to make myself look like a good guy by claiming that large breasts are “too big for my tastes,” it’s showing everyone online that I did.


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