Considering the record number of boob jobs performed by plastic surgeons every year, it’s apparent that the obsession with big breasts is more prevalent than at any time in American history.There are many viewpoints on this controversial subject,
and the following excerpts from the WORDS OF WISDOM advice column
by Dr. Ivan Knowitall make some interesting points.
Q: “I have the smallest chest in my class and hate to change clothes in gym class because all the girls make fun of me. And boys never look at me!
Will I grow any more?”—14 and flat as a pancake
A: Dear 14 and flat—“You may grow some but probably not a lot. No matter how flat you are, never consider breast size your most important attribute. Unfortuntely many teenage boys whose female peers are developing mature figures look first below the neckline. But this is usually a passing phase except in the case of a few
pathetic bottom feeders and immature dolts with arrested emotional development .Grown-up men are interested in the whole person—sex appeal has more to do with personality and attitude than with physique.” —Dr. K
Q. “My job puts me in contact with 10 to 20 attractive women every week from receptionists to corporate presidents who know instinctively when men find them interesting as persons and attractive as females. For me breast size means next to nothing. What kind of woman wants a guy who sees her only as a C cup? He would have a very short attention span. My girl friend is 5’7” and in the A category is lovely in every way."—Grown-up Man
A: Dear Grown-Up
-"It’s great to hear from a mature, well adjusted male member of boob obsessed America. Best of luck to you and Ms. A cup."-Dr. K
Be happy with what you have