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Polymastia Pornography

tit for tit for tit for tat
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A new genre of adult film/plastic surgery wherein starlets flaunt numerous pairs of bosoms, for novelty and notoriety.

If four is better than two, then eight is great! But is eight enough?

nihilo, Jul 12 2006

Polymastia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polymastia
Thanks for all the mammaries. [nihilo, Jul 12 2006]

Artist's Impression http://www.windows....ages/artemis_sm.jpg
(Artemis, the goddess of, well, lots of tits.) [DrCurry, Jul 12 2006, last modified Jul 13 2006]

Another Impression, showing the rows of breasts http://upload.wikim...Artemis_breasts.jpg
(Apparently, Artemis was the goddess of both childbirth and eternal virginity - go figure.) [DrCurry, Jul 13 2006]

Artemis & bull testes? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artemis
Something to get off your chest. [nihilo, Jul 13 2006]

so I'm wondering what's wrong with having only 2 http://www.onemodel...ember.cfm?ID=177000
[xandram, Jul 13 2006]

Polyorchidism http://en.wikipedia.../wiki/Polyorchidism
[nihilo, Jul 13 2006]

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       Eccentrica Gallumbits rides again!
DrCurry, Jul 12 2006
  

       The boobs go marching two by TWO. Hurrah!
nihilo, Jul 12 2006
  

       Hurrah indeed. [-]
Mr Phase, Jul 12 2006
  

       That was my favorite scene in Total Recall.
notmarkflynn, Jul 12 2006
  

       quite a job for mammographers
pigtails_and_ponies, Jul 12 2006
  

       My father is a ladies' Dr., and I fondly remember poring over his medical textbooks as a curious and vivacious young lad.
*Ah, memories!...*
  

       I distinctly recall a B&W photograph of an unfortunate young woman with at least 12 to 14 well-developed nipples. That dear madam, born at a later date into today's more inclusive, entrepreneurial -- and yes, perhaps, sexually-explorative society -- could have made herself a sizable fortune as an "actress" with her singular yet supernumerary assets.   

       Who is ready to pave the way for her? I am.
nihilo, Jul 12 2006
  

       Aren't you just the complete gentleman.
methinksnot, Jul 12 2006
  

       My mother thinks so, and I'll thank you not to persuade her otherwise.   

       [Dr. C], your illustration has them bizarrely oriented in the wrong direction and in sets of three. All wrong!
nihilo, Jul 12 2006
  

       Disgusting! Where can I find more!
notmarkflynn, Jul 12 2006
  

       You can't-- at least until we, as consumers, unite in the marketplace and demand it. Let's all!
nihilo, Jul 13 2006
  

       nihilo: I think you're looking at the picture all wrong - I guess this was before the Greeks got into athletic young bodies and perky breasts. Either way, this demonstrates pretty clearly that more is not always better.
DrCurry, Jul 13 2006
  

       Well I'm no biologist, [Dr.], but I think those are bull testes.
nihilo, Jul 13 2006
  

       Bull testes? Right. Now legend has it that she killed a man because he stopped to stare while she was bathing nude. He should have waited until she had re-clothed herself in her bare-breasted outfit before staring at her breasts. Can a man not win? BTW. Is it less strange to have many breasts exposed in public or have your many bull testes exposed?
MoreCowbell, Jul 13 2006
  

       nihilo: given the fundamental contradictions in the legends cited in that wiki article, I think we're about two and a half thousand years too late to know for sure. But given that you'll be asking for multiple testicles next, I think this answers both counts.
DrCurry, Jul 13 2006
  

       I'm with [xandram].   

       No, not that way.
wagster, Jul 13 2006
  

       Nobody thinks men need more balls. Though circumstances do exist when they can have too many. (link)
nihilo, Jul 13 2006
  

       I think it will be a long time before I refer to them as "orchids".
Ling, Jul 14 2006
  

       The word "orchid" derives from Greek for testicle.
nihilo, Jul 14 2006
  
      
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