Tuesday, May 28, 2013

The New Weird Beauty Trend: Breast Slapping

Posted By on Tue, May 28, 2013 at 11:55 AM

It appears that there's a new way for women to have larger, fuller breasts: having them repeatedly slapped by trained professionals.

Before you start accusing me of playing into the whims of the corporate minds at BIG FETISH or whatever (we at Tucson Weekly do not judge you for your fetishes, big or otherwise — big fetishes need love too, after all), apparently this is actually a thing that CNN is reporting on:

A riveting Bangkok Post video takes a look at the shop that provides these treatments, which is owned by Khemmikka Na Songkhla — aka Khunying Tobnom — who has been practising the techniques for two decades.

The procedures include slapping a women’s breasts to make them larger, as well as buttock- and face-slapping to firm things up. According to media reports, the Thai Health Ministry carried out a six-month study on the procedure and determined the slapping technique to be legit.

It appears that the Bangkok Post pulled down the video, though Gawker has mirrored it for all of your "what in the world is this — I must try it" viewing pleasure.

I don't understand the world.

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