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11 Totally Awesome Reasons To Love Your Big Boobs

11 Totally Awesome Reasons To Love Your Big Boobs

I'm just gonna throw this out there: big boobs rock. Yeah, they might give us back pains, and sometimes the catcalls get old. But they are also the most awesome things in creation. Just look at women like Christina Hendricks (your devoted author's personal idol/girl-crush). She is so beyond fine, and she works that gorgeous figure. Sorry, got distracted thinking about Hendricks for a minute. I'm back. Anyway, we love breasts of all kinds here at YourTango, and today we are feeling the love for big boobs. So without further ado, here are the 11 reasons to love your big boobs. You enjoy, while I go daydream about Christina Hendricks some more.

Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston from The Break Up

10 Better Ways To Recover From A Breakup Than KFC

Recently, a story spread around the internet about some lady who, after what was probably a rough breakup, spent an entire week in a KFC. (It was a 24 hour KFC, so it's not like she barricaded herself in or anything.) She just sat down in a booth and occasionally kept getting more chicken. I'm sure the guy that dumped her is regretting his decision now.


The Awkward Girl's Guide To Kinky Pick Up Lines

Let's get something out of the way right now: awkward girls rock. I say that as a proud, card-carrying awkward girl myself. I can't flirt for my life (unless I'm not interested in a person, which has led to some problems), and I have less game than a toddler. And I'm not the only one.

Scary Things in Your Candy
Gross stuff is lurking in processed candy. For real. Here's the DL.

Yikes! 7 Scary Things Lurking In Your Halloween Candy

Halloween is the one-day out of the year to get your creep on, and while your costume and decor may be utterly spooky, the ingredients in your Halloween candy shouldn't be. You can probably imagine a cauldron filled to the brim with beaver urine and beetle secretions, but in your candy? Not so much. 


Bitchy Resting Face Actually Sabotages Lives, Says Science

A new study published in the latest issue of your favorite magazine and mine, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, shows that people not only assume things about your personality — things like trustworthiness, competence, extroversion and dominance — based on facial traits beyond your control, but they make important decisions about you based on those facial traits, too.