Returning Soldiers Urged to Buy Breast Implants

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Before Flickr, we'd actually have to get off our asses and travel the globe in search of interesting advertising. No longer. Now we can just sit on our ass and scroll through hundreds of ad-related images provided by budding photographers who love advertising. Here we have an ad for breast implants which Flickr user poecile05 thought was oddly placed.

He writes, "A billboard seen in the middle of nowhere between Morongo Valley and 29 Palms. I stopped the car, scratched my head, and snapped a photo. We finally decided the target demographic must be soldiers on their way to and from the many military installations in the desert?"

Yes, indeed. After defending your country, don't expect a parade but do be ready to open up your wallet and get your lady a nice set of 34DDD's. Whacked.

by Steve Hall    Jan- 4-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Outdoor, Strange   

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A brilliant way to get out of being recalled for service.

Posted by: Speener on January 4, 2008 5:19 PM

amen. check out my site on www.myimplantstory.com - i got very sick from breast implants last year. thanks for posting this.

Posted by: gretchen on January 4, 2008 8:29 PM

...or maybe just targeted at those trashy Angelinos who travel to and from LA to Palm Springs or any of those crappy desert casinos.

Posted by: hipsterssuck on January 5, 2008 4:35 PM

Sick!! I bought breast implants in 2000, and became deathly ill from them!!!Ive met hundreds of women sick from breast implants.There toxic!!!And there harming our children...I will stop there!WAY WHACKED!!!

Posted by: kerry silicone2000 on January 5, 2008 8:25 PM

It must be for the male soldiers wives because this story was run yesterday:

A woman has been kicked out of army training because she has silicone breast implants.

Alessija Dorfmann, 23, said: "I am devastated. It has always been my dream to be a soldier and have a great figure.

"Now my fake boobs have cost me my job."

She has appealed against the ruling by top brass in Hamburg, Germany, who said implants increased risk of injury

Posted by: Seven on January 8, 2008 12:10 PM







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