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Tog

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Birmingham, Alabama, US

Is that each?

Sep 06 10 10:10 am Link

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Lawrence Guy

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Spring Valley, California, US

Apparently, serious work has gone into calculating the volume of a breast based on cup size.  Once you know the volume you can calculate the weight, since the density of a breast is about 1.06 grams/cc, or just call it 1 gram/cc or 1 kg/liter.

Here are some equations for your entertainment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassiere# … cup_volume

Sep 06 10 12:13 pm Link

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Paul Bryson Photography

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Hollywood, Florida, US

The final question is: Would you motorboat them?

Sep 06 10 12:15 pm Link

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Carl Roberts

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Saint Petersburg, Florida, US

Is there clown makeup on the nipple?

Sep 06 10 12:18 pm Link

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SANCTUAIRE

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Tampa, Florida, US

Lawrence Guy wrote:
Apparently, serious work has gone into calculating the volume of a breast based on cup size.  Once you know the volume you can calculate the weight, since the density of a breast is about 1.06 grams/cc, or just call it 1 gram/cc or 1 kg/liter.

Here are some equations for your entertainment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassiere# … cup_volume

You make the assumption that weight (force) is on Earth under gravity.  To illustrate: Astronauts in the moon "weigh" less than on Earth.  There MASS is constant.

Sep 06 10 12:39 pm Link