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The Thanksgiving Joke Continues....
cancer47 posted:
We had too much turkey with the two nine pound breasts. We only carved the first one on thursday and than waited till saturday. So we had an extra breast (can't say that too often). Nine pounds he said is almost too large of a breast.
We wonder why men think the way they do:))
Rachael67 responded:
Yes...I am laughing ...lots!!

Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly!
Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
GGrandmaJan responded:
Oh my gosh, that is so funny. MEN!!! Who knows what makes their brain tick???

Thanks for sharing this. The nine pound breasts were just hilarious.

Jenna291 replied to GGrandmaJan's response:
oh my God that is hysterical! Thanks for the Monday morning laugh!!! I am having a hard time getting back to focusing on work so appreciate it!!!

Have a great week ~ Jenna
cancer47 replied to Jenna291's response:
Your welcome! See laughter is the best medicine:))
brcansur responded:
Hello, and good morning. I loved the two 9 lb breast that was great. It got me laughing but when you posted your husband said nine lbs was ALMOST too large of a breast that about did me in You are so right I always wonder why men think the way they do lol lol lol !!! I don't think we will ever figure that one out. so I gave up trying

Now my question is how much does each breast weigh after your implants are put in mine are a large C or small D cup depending on the way the bra is made. But I will say they sure feel heavy lol. But I don't think they will beat your 9 pounders lol. Just something your 9 lb breast got me thinking about. Have a great day angel hugs Roberta,

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