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Think BIG BREASTS!


Natural Bust Enlargement With Total Mind Power
Wilson
1979

Where does one even begin?

I had no idea that my mind was so powerful that it could change my bra size.  I also love the idea of this much brain power and the first thing this guy wants us to do is get bigger boobs.

My copy of this title has margin notes made by some poor woman. I honestly hope she borrowed it from the library instead of paying retail.

Mary

Holly: “We must! We must! We must increase our bust!” – Margaret and friends in Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret  (Judy Blume, 1970) They were on to something!


19 Responses to Think BIG BREASTS!

  • There are so many reasons to put this book out of its misery… least of which is the so-called fact that the “you only use 10% of your brain” has long since been disproven.

  • Is there a book for, ahem, men?

  • LOVE IT! I would totally buy this from a library book sale. Check it out? Not so much. What in the world is the woman staring at in the picture? A warped magic 8 ball? Also, I hope the note taker didn’t achieve complete success with her new boob-growing mind powers. A DD seems a bit excessive.

  • All of pgs 85, 88–89 may sound familiar to any woman who has experienced lactation! No mind power needed, only a baby. Of course it all goes away after the babe is weaned (thank goodness!)

  • FRAUD!

    I despise these books and their offensive quackery. Definitely kill this one and any of its ilk you can.

  • Craig: Maybe for men to give to their wives/girlfriends, which is an awful thought.

  • OMG! That this was ever on the shelves of a library is a appalling thought. Were/are women this gullible or self-absorbed in their looks as to buy a book like this? Well, obviously one librarian, at one time, was….

  • this is amazing. A. MA. ZING.

  • Ha! We KNOW that mind power doesn’t work–guys would have used their 90% to great advantage by now!

  • @Craig: The authors of the spam that bombards my email box daily have anticipated your question!

    Those margin notes are weird. It’s like the person was editing the book, not really using it for her own purposes.

  • *incoherent anger* No, women’s poor self-image is directly propagated by the forces who don’t want their multi-million dollar “fix-it” industry to dry up. NOT the other way around.

  • Hilarious! The notes look like they are made by someone planning to read it aloud, and editing in preparation–in other words, by the author. Which would imply that this is the author’s copy, as if no library ever bought it, but just got a donation from the author. Which in turn implies that this may be the only copy in existence. One can only hope.

  • i think breasts are like having curly hair, those who have straight hair want curls and vice versa. it is the same with large breasts, and as someone who has put up with being well-endowed all my life, they are definitely not all they are cracked up to be. i wonder if one could make the 90% of one’s mind work to make them stand up like they did in my younger days. strange book!!! would be wonderful for a laugh.

  • You can practically hear the MALE author panting while writing page 88 and 89.

  • Yeah. I agree Molly. It does read strangely like some guy’s “big titty” fantasy. Or some sort of strange masturbatory literature. For men.

  • Introduction by Sean Connery!

  • I agree that the comments seem to be “edits” for the owner’s purpose…AND I also am willing to trade a D or 2 for perkiness!

  • We have a few audiobooks by a company called “Sounds True” that provide stuff like this. And I can’t say the company name without a little shrug and slightly doubtful voice: “Sounds true!” *shrug, speculative look, slight roll of the eyes, slight shake of the head and an unsaid “But I dunno…”*

  • Tried to use the ISBN number to find the publisher. I’d LOVE to see what else was/is in their catalog?