Sculpture artist Shu Yong fully appreciates a woman’s body as a masterpiece of fine art. To show his respect for silicone-free boobs, he has created these ta-tas and has taken them on a bobble tour through the streets of China on a float. Needless to say, the sculptured breasts have attracted large crowds.
He hopes that women will view his art and understand they don’t need plastic to achieve beauty. Beauty is in the natural scheme of things.
It is not clear what type of material he used to create the huge bobbling breasts.
Opponents quote Confucius: "With coarse rice to eat, with water to drink, and my crooked arm for a pillow--is not joy to be found therein? Riches and honors acquired through unrighteousness are to me as the floating clouds."
Of course, the unrighteous will all be watching the giant boobs on the float, while drinking a six-pack.
Parade Floats With Giant Boobs
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- By: Rose A. ValentaMar 1, 2009