The mind is boggled. More like boobled.

It’s really late and I’m up with insomnia because I’m stressing about everything. Yay anxiety!

I came across an advertisement in a magazine I was reading and just had to look it up on the internet because I thought I was being punk’d.

Behold, the Bosom Max:

There are no words and yet I can think of plenty, just not at this hour.

What really makes me want to go out and buy one not really, my boobs are considered a safety hazard as it is are the vibration effects. As Beavis & Butthead would say: These effects aren’t very special.

So thank you Bosom Max makers for giving me a few minutes to escape my anxiety and look at your product while thinking wtf?


I just came across this testimonial:

“My appearance is very important in my professional life, and my breasts left a lot to be desired. But with BosomMax I increased in size from a 34-B to a 34-D! Now I do look and feel more attractive, and I’m no longer invisible to my clients and my bosses… my career is going better than ever!”

Hear that ladies, bigger breasts=a successful career. All this time I thought it had to do with brains. I’m such a dummy.

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4 Responses to The mind is boggled. More like boobled.

  1. Jen {at} take2mommy May 14, 2011 at 11:10 #

    So that’s why my career tanked! If only I had known about the Bosom Max years ago. Sigh.
    Tonight I urge you to fight off your nighttime anxiety/sleeplessness with a hefty swig of Nyquil. We mamas need our sleep. I luuuurve Nyquil!

  2. Elle May 14, 2011 at 18:46 #

    Lol, yep, and that must be why I never had much of a career before the hummingbird. 😉 I will definitely swig some Nyquil tonight.

  3. Marianna Annadanna May 15, 2011 at 06:20 #

    Wow that’s ridiculaous. Does it just make boobs swell?? I don’t get it. But I want one.

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