04
Sep
08

Sweater Kittens

I love different words for tits. Sweater kittens is definitely my new favourite. Although, blatantly a girl made that one up! Here’s my little list and thoughts on them.

Love puppies: it’s okay, but a bit old hat now.

Boobs: that’s more of a word that girls use when referring to their own, or friends tits.

Jugs and hooters is too American for my liking.

Mammaries is a bit too clinical isn’t it.

Knockers is a great word. Classic, you can’t go wrong.

Funbags is okay but it’s a bit boring isn’t it.

Tit’s was one of George Carlin’s (he’s not only an amazing stand-up but he was also Rufus in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) ‘Seven Dirty Words You Can’t Say On Television’, along with ‘shit’, ‘fuck’ and ‘piss’. It’s weird to think of a time when these sort of words just wouldn’t be heard, although, this was the early ‘70s, and porn wasn’t exactly all that then either! I struggle to think of ‘tits’ as a word that people would find offensive. (And no, I don’t think “nice tits love” counts as offensive!)

Breasticles, melons, mounds, baps, norks, rack, whatever you wanna call ‘em, they are awesome. One of the things I personally think girls should appreciate more about porn is that not every pornstar has enhanced breasts. Yes, there’s a lot, I’m not going to deny that, but there’s loads of FIT and HOT girls that don’t have chesticles to rival Cathy Barry and that is okay.

However, any serious discussion about tits cannot go without a Busty Brits mention and lucky for you lot, Busty Brits Abroad 4 is now online! Watch Hannah prancing about the poolside flaunting her giant rack and then get mercilessly banged by Christian. What a brilliant way to end a Thursday!

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