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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. Starting in Junethe trend has seen significant spread on Japanese Twitter. On June 7th,the Japanese model hcupadman uploaded two videos of herself drinking a latte from a cup resting on her breasts.
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By Harriet Johnston For Mailonline. Dr Jacqueline Lewis, a British consultant oncoplastic breast and aesthetic surgeon, has debunked some of the most popular myths surrounding women's boobs. The survey of 2, men and women across the UK revealed that painful lingerie causes the average British woman more than four and a half hours of discomfort a day, equating to a whopping 13 years spent feeling unhappy in their underwear. With age, the skin becomes less elastic, the firm glandular tissue is replaced by less perky fatty tissue and the ligaments between the skin and chest wall stretch leading to more drooping.
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A strange new trend is taking the internet by storm, with Japanese women finding a new way to take photos of their bubble tea. Bizarre bubble tea boob trend. Picture: Instagram Source:Instagram.
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The delicious craze originated in Taiwan and involves having flavoursome pearls — known as "bubbles" — at the bottom of a cup that drinkers can slurp up to add a fruity, milky or even chewy dimension to their tea. Also known as boba tea, it seems as though you can't go anywhere in the world right now without seeing someone clutching the colourful drink. And apparently having a spare hand to hold onto the drink has become a bit of an issue in Japan, where busy residents need their hands to hold onto their phones while walking.