January 5, 2010

"I absolutely loved having bigger boobs, but I don't want to short-change Australia either."

Says Jana Rawlinson.

36 comments:

rhhardin said...

Women have bigger obstacles.

Lem said...

If I was an Australian teen I would file a "psychological violence" complaint.

Smilin' Jack said...

This woman has her priorities sadly misplaced. Who cares how fast a woman can jump a bunch of hurdles?

rhhardin said...

I myself have no experience in the particular matter, but Imus says it's like kissing a beach ball.

Ron said...

Can we have a D cup Olympics as a kind of make up?

Big Mike said...

Hurdling requires good balance. She should've known better than to have done it in the first darned place.

exhelodrvr1 said...

Damn that Olympics!!

veni vidi vici said...

speaking from a man's point of view here, big tits are overrated. they're not where the real fun happens anyway. i'm with marlboro on this: "come to where the flavor is". big frontal artillery's just something to look at for the most part. besides, in my experience, the smaller they go, the more sensitive they tend to be, which inverts the fun curve, doesn't it?


wv: "sufiest" -- another holier-than-thou summabitch.

phx said...

Absolutely awesome. Think of the sacrifice! I ask myself, if my country should ask, for some greater good, would I give up my penile implants? Frankly, I'm just grateful not to be in the position where I'm asked.

And how many moving letters of thanks did Lincoln write to those who sacrificed their implants on the alters of freedom? The Smithsonian is full of them!

bagoh20 said...

I feel only guilt. I'm very sorry for all this. Please forgive me, running-jumping-girl-lady athlete-person.

rick said...

I thought the implants would give her an advantage as leans forward to touch the tape.

SteveR said...

When her hurdling career is over she can do a Pam Anderson, in, out, back in.

Scott M said...

@veni

Surely the bazoomas overflated are overrated, but it is likewise true that floppiness is about as attractive as neck wrinkles.

edutcher said...

The Blonde hasn't run since she was 14.

Do I detect a little sour grapes, veni?

Ron said...

Can we have a D cup Olympics as a kind of make up?

Only if that's the minimum to qualify.

WV "untri" If at second, you don't succeed,...

LonewackoDotCom said...

She just had implants removed.

Someone else - in yet another display of her brilliance - went even further. (Not that I was ever going to get anywhere near them, and I certainly don't want to get near them now.)

former law student said...

A week ago she decided to remarry her husband once their divorce goes through.

Interesting that the right wing press is all over this story: Fox, the Telegraph, the NY Post. The liberal media has yet to lay a finger on it.

David said...

Al Gore wasn't too quick out of the blocks either.

EDH said...

Lord knows my man-boobs have kept me down.

wv-"undoc" = Elmer Fudd, illegal alien

ironrailsironweights said...

Attention all women athletes: scientific research has proven that being unshaved significantly improves athletic performance. Please remain in your wonderful natural state, or, if necessary, let it grow back. Thank you.

Peter

traditionalguy said...

Makes sense to me.If Saline solution in bags weighs 5 lbs, then an Olympic runner has to sacrifice them to the Olympic running fastest gods.

mariner said...

OK. So let's not have a look at those breasts.

DaveW said...

I absolutely loved having bigger boobs, but I don't want to short-change Australia either.

I'm the one that has to say it?

OK I'll bite. Isn't having smaller boobs what is *really* shortchanging Australia?

J/K. I'm actually with a few of the small boob men above.

dannyboy said...

I always said more than a mouthful is a waste.

Will Cate said...

The Russian judges are already deducting points...

E.M. Davis said...

I've seen a few 'before' pictures. She didn't have double D's or anything. They didn't look (at least to me) to be a big impediment to excelling in track.

E.M. Davis said...

Someone else - in yet another display of her brilliance - went even further. (Not that I was ever going to get anywhere near them, and I certainly don't want to get near them now.)

I knew a girl in high school who had breast reduction surgery. I wouldn't criticize Garafalo if it honestly was a health issue. The girl in my school was having chronic back pain and the reduction helped.

Methadras said...

dannyboy said...

I always said more than a mouthful is a waste.


I'd rather have more than not enough.

kentuckyliz said...

If no one plays with your fun bags, does that make them sad sacks?

vbspurs said...

Boobs get in the way of a really good golf swing. Just sayin'.

Cheers,
Victoria

Synova said...

The Punky Brewster TV sitcom apparently died when the barely pubescent actress exploded to double digits.

She was on some talk show years later explaining that she had gotten breast reductions (she didn't look small to me, so the idea of what she'd been at before is sort of frightening) in a hope to get call backs from someone in the industry who wasn't producing porn.

I don't pay enough attention to know if that worked for her career as an actress or if she went on to other things.

former law student said...

The Punky Brewster TV sitcom apparently died when the barely pubescent actress exploded to double digits.

Never watched PB, but recall the amazing breast development of "Tootie" on the Facts of Life.

And while breast development may impede a golf swing, hip development impairs a bowling swing. Is there a sport suited to the hourglass figure?

Mark said...

former law student -- Interesting that the right wing press is all over this story: Fox, the Telegraph, the NY Post. The liberal media has yet to lay a finger on it.

One assumes that these publications know the demographic that they are selling to. The liberal media would appear to be aimed at people who do not find women's breasts appealing. They spend big bucks to know their market better than I do so I'll trust their judgement on this matter.

vbspurs said...

Is there a sport suited to the hourglass figure?

Archery? You have a nice natural perch for your bow.

veni vidi vici said...

"Do I detect a little sour grapes, veni?"

Personally, I prefer sweet little raisins, hombre!


wv: "pnesiol" -- a jock-itch spray for practitioners of kinesiology.

Beaverdam said...

Finally. Boobs. A subject I can sink my teeth in.

c3 said...

She wanted to be way out in front so she is no longer way out in front!