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  1. It ok for silicone babys and well endowed men nothing else πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜€πŸ˜œπŸ˜‘πŸ‘ΊπŸ‘ΊπŸ’€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€ And if you have a big truck not you shorty .

  2. This makes me wonder about the opposite. I know that circa 1990 a woman who had breast reduction surgery could not breastfeed. Is this still true? I suggested an alternate procedure (to the one commonly in use then) to a cosmetic surgeon, but I have no clue if anything came of it.

  3. Gross!!! It would be like taking a glass of warm milk and dropping two silicone packets in it and then forcing a child to drink it. And silicone implants leak all the time.

  4. I didn't even watch this. I personally know you can breastfeed with implants. My first 3 were all bottle babies so, knowing my fourth would be my last, I thought, why not? After about 4 or 5 weeks I knew. It was disgusting and inconvenient and occasionally painful and just yuck. I realized there was a reason bottles and formulas were invented and everybody hopped into that parade whenever it was and I said "thank you" to whoever it was. The La Leche League and their breast pumps can just take a flying leap.

  5. This is an important question because most women will find that after implants, the effort needed to become pregnant is next to nothing, in fact, more effort may be needed to avoid becoming pregnant than the other way around. πŸ˜‰

  6. (Sarcastically) "You can't say we don't answer the important questions on this channel."

    Well, think about it. If you've had a boob job and are planning on having a baby (or you are a baby whose mom previously had a boob job) this is quite important to you.

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