My boys love shows such as Fear Factor and Wipe Out. It is the kind of show that crosses the age barrier between the older boys and the younger ones.
When I was little, I remember my family gathered around watching Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune.
They were watching Fear Factor, women’s week. As I walked in to watch with them, it was down to the final 2 ladies. One chickie (I wouldn’t really call her a lady) just bothered me. She was tall, lean and pretty enough. She had bleach blond hair and yet you did not notice any of these features. She had the hugest, fakest boobs. HUGE! They were literally the size of basketballs. To add to her appearence, her clothing did nothing to hide her basketballs. When she had to put her bathing suit on, it barely covered anything of her lushiness.
I looked at my boys… time for a life lesson.
“Boys… do you see this ladies breasts? THEY ARE FAKE. No woman has breast like that!”
(Insert the boys and Sanj looking at me uncomfortably… Sanj is looking for my filter…)
“Yes, women can get fake breast put in… when they have small breast and are unhappy with them. Yet this girl… she looks ridiculous!”
“This is the kind of girl, if you bought home… Mommy will not like!”
The boys are looking at me, hoping that I will stop talking.
Josh, who is resting his head on my shoulder, slowly moves his head closer onto my breast…
“Are yours real, Mommy?
I, of course, bust (haha) into laughter!
I love my boys!