Wednesday, July 8th, 2009
Kush: A fair substitute for plastic surgery until you’re finished nursing
If there’s one thing I would change about my wife, it’s her cleavage wrinkles. Implants only took care of the sag. What do I do about the wrinkles in-between?
When inventor Cathinka Chandler noticed wrinkles in her cleavage area, she wasn’t going to take them lying down. She researched her condition and had a revelation:
“I learned that gravity and the pressure of my breasts resting on top of each other while sleeping was the culprit.”
She did what any other boob-proud woman would do. She created a plastic cylinder contoured to the space between her breasts, a lightweight number with a slip-resistant outer coating.
No straps. No glue. No snaps, tape, buttons, levers, magnets, ropes, wires, nets, trap doors or Velcro. Just push the Kush between your twins and enjoy a more restful night’s sleep as you roll from side to side content in the knowledge that your knockers have been silenced.
Pregnant and nursing mothers are a prime market for the Kush because of its ability to caress engorged breasts on those “tender, sore and sensitive nights.”
With prices ranging from $39 to $42 depending on size, it’s really quite economical to preserve your femininity. I recommend Kush to all my female Thinga-readers* and encourage you to send in sleep photos to share. *My relatives excluded.
Be sure to wear a deep V-neck pajama top like the models on the Kush website.
A very special thank-you goes to Thinga-reader Courtney for suggesting this product tip. She hinted it was for our Fame or Shame? series, but I’m sure her comment was in jest.