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'Lift' of a lifetime? Introducing Boob Glue

New product Boob Glue claims to solve all your "bosom woes"...

By HerCampus.com Mar 1, 2013 7:01PM

In this day-and-age where women are CEOs, presidents, and pretty much every other powerful position, it is a little shocking to see the products that like to throw us back in time to the pre-suffrage days. (Who can forget Bic’s pink “women” pens?)

We were pretty shocked to hear about Bosom Couture’s new product, Boob Glue. First off, the pairing of boob and glue into one name… really? Sounds like a nasty mess to us! Then we went on to read more about this “innovative” product, and found ourselves very confused, disgusted and completely horrified. This product is supposed to solve all of your “bosom woes” – you know, because those issues, like the placement of our girls, are at the forefront of all our concerns. Just in case you don’t know what “bosom woes” are, they are out of control boobs, that take on a mind of their own and go in all the wrong directions. If you’re reading this and thinking you’ve never had this problem, you are NOT alone.

However, if you are thinking you have a number of bosom woes yourself, then this product is probably great for you. Just smear the glue all over your lady lumps, hoist them up to create in-your-face cleavage, and stick them to your bra! Now, thanks to Boob Glue, you probably have a great chance of getting that amazing job you wanted (because, obviously the only reason you were even invited to an in-person interview was so he could check out your rack!)

But in all seriousness, ladies, is this product for real?! We cannot imagine what kind of self-respecting woman would hear about this product and say to herself I NEED TO COVER MY BOOBS IN GLUE SO THEY STICK UP SO MUCH THEY DEFY GRAVITY!

So, what do you all think? Agree with us? Disagree? At the end of the day is this any different than a push-up bra or Spanx? Why or why not? Weigh in below!

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Read the original article here on Her Campus.

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Mar 8, 2013 5:21PM
To me, it seems like the person writing this must be on of the rare women who has perfect breasts. Most of us don't ! And I think most women like to look pretty, whatever your view of that is. To me, having larger breasts is not a gift. I think that Boob Glue sounds like a perfect solution to me. I find that any bra that gives me support also creates that (as you put it, in-your-face cleavage) and I am looking for lift without cleavage. This product would do that for me. There is a huge market out there of women's breasts product (and most don't work) so women must be searching for something.  I've seen celebs us two-sided tape that showed when they were are on TV.  I don't think the glue will show. I can also see it helping out those women who have smaller breasts. It could give them the lift they may desire without the need for a padded bra. I can't wait to try Boob Glue. (What a great name; it is what it is. Why disguise the product in the name?) I think that it is a great breast solution and I will definitely try it.
Mar 2, 2013 9:35PM

No problem at all with the product.....so when is penis glue coming out, to keep "it" up? LMAO !!!!!!!!!!!!


Mar 2, 2013 8:17PM

What an idiotic article.  News flash...you can be a CEO & still want some additional support for your breasts.  I am more offended that you've been paid to write a piece of crap.   

Mar 2, 2013 1:49AM
Wow, a little self righteous in your rant there. Okay so maybe it's not going to change the world, solve hunger or bring peace. But I am sure that there are plenty of women out there who would be interested. Not as an everyday thing, but maybe for a special occasion. Or maybe as an everyday thing. But who the hell cares what women want their breasts to look like! Are you this venomous when talking about the plastic surgery industry? How many women spend thousands of dollars on implants to make their boobs look better in their opinion? What about Victoria's Secret? Do you hold them in such low esteem? There have been tapes and glues and push up bras and padded bras forever. It makes women feel better to look good. So what? Do you hold other feminine attractiveness aides in similar derision? Are you appalled that women are encouraged to wax the hair off their bodies for example? Are you disgusted that women still wear make-up? Does it bother you that we dye our hair? Hell, if it was all about women being empowered to be just like men we'd all be wearing yoga pants, have hairy legs and our gray hair would be gathered into a ponytail to show off our naked faces. You're bio states that you love exercise and beauty products. You look like a pretty confident woman. I don't get it, is it because they used the word boob in the name? I'll probably never use the product myself, but I would never judge anyone who did. Way to be a feminist by totally NOT supporting women's decisions.
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