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Sunday, 5 January 2014

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Dr. Armad D'Emery has astounded the world of science with a recorded sighting of the first BigBoob!

"BigBoobs are even more rare than the BigFoot", he told reporters. "Of course, the military poo-poos the existence of even BigFoot but the military & many scientists also assured us years ago that there was no such thing as a gorilla and the first view of a Duckbill Platypus is that someone had put together different parts of fish and fowl to create it.

However, unlike BigFoot, BigBoobs have normal sized feet and a lot less hair except on their heads. And, of course, their boobs are tremendous, according to dr. D' Emery.

"Early exployers had actually collected quite a few photographs of dozens of them but a Women's Rights Movement somehow got them out and destroyed them.

On calling on an older lady, she stated, "They were awful. You could see them plain and in the late 1920s, my mother and her friends got ahold of them and burned them, after walking in on a men's bridge card game and discovering they were actually playing with the photos. Shameful. At least they were from the waist up."

With the new video, they now have to admit they exist or once existed.

There is one theory going around that they were married to early pioneers who were known to be "Breast Men". Scientists now are trying to get a DNA sample from Mountain Girl, Dolly Parton.

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