Favourite quote

What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived.
It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.
- Nelson Mandela

Friday, August 26, 2011


As a young person, for boobs I started out with the balloons filled with water (small for casual outing, large to get attention). One day I visited a bra shop with D size water balloons. I mentioned to the woman how I wanted cleavage and she got me in to push up bras (a size B). In those days we didn't have gel bras, but it did a lovely job. As more is always better, a sock helped give extra boost.
Over time I felt the need for bigger chest and still have a good cleavage.....

Being a FX fan, I sorted out a supplier of FX gels and rubbers (also fun people to know at Halloween time). A purchase of a clothes mannequin (female front half shell for $25) and some self drying clay ($20), I created a busty mannequin, followed by a mould (I would like to point out that my first cast mould of a lovely working girls breasts did not work out - but was still lots of fun). I would like to caution people working with molten rubbers & plastic, not to pour it on to their fingers - it hurts. Anyway soon the flesh coloured gel rubber cooled and solidified like bouncy jelly, just waiting to be shown off.
Lots of my older girlfriends were envious after feeling them.

I did at one stage buy the breast forms for women who had breast removal, but a size D in these were so wide and tall, that trying to fit 2 in one bra was nearly impossible without getting a double chin. so they went in the bin

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