boob job


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boob job

n. Slang
A cosmetic surgery performed on the breasts, usually to increase their size.

boob job

n
slang a surgical remodelling of the breasts for cosmetic reasons
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boob job

n (inf)Busenvergrößerung or -verkleinerung f
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I've got hair extensions, I've had a boob job, I turned 31 in January, so I tried botox for the first time and I have had lip fillers and my teeth whitened.
She was also quizzed on the Howard Stern Show on whether she'd had a boob job or not, to which she answered: "Why are you picking on me?
She said that she definitely wanted a boob job, adding that as a teenager she wanted to look like the early 90s curvy supermodels, the Mirror reported.
CHANGING her body was an emotional decision for Chelsee, because she paid for her first boob job with money her dad left her when he died.
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --The results, published this week by boob job experts at Cosmetic Surgery Guru, show some pretty mixed results.
Plus, we chat to Britain's fattest man and enter into the big boob job debate.
Dolly Parton told Q magazine: "There were rumours about Reese Witherspoon being up for the role, but we'd have to get her a big old boob job or a big old bra.
In an hour-long film which makes Jordan's reality show look like an episode of The Waltons, a seriously warped motherdaughter relationship played out as the pair travel to the States for Alicia's umpteenth boob job.
I decided to get them done after my first topless photo-shoot with Zoo magazine, but there was no pressure to get a boob job.
CHICAGO star Denise Van Outen says she'll not be getting a boob job - even if it scuppers her TV career.