Will Meinen | The Tattler
THE INTERNET, USA — Huffington Post, the leader in capturing news from actual journalistic sources and re-publishing under their banner, has recently featured a spate of articles showing celebrity side-boob. The photo slide shows have been so popular that CEO and media mogul, Arrianna Huffington, has announced the launch of a new venture: sideboob.com.
No longer will you have to simultaneously process the rise of terrorism in Yemen, nuclear proliferation in the Middle East, and the most- recent red carpet wardrobe faux pas.
“Our readers have shown that they harbor a great deal of interest in the sides of celebrity’s breasts,” said Huffington. “In response to our recent analytics, we have decided to feature the profile of female fun bags on a separate site.”
Some readers, however, are less than thrilled about the change.
Barbara Watts from Chicago found the pictures of the “tit picks,” as she named them, a welcome distraction from the jarring and disappointing news of the world.
“So many terrible and upsetting things are happening around the world,” Said Watts. “I liked that I could read about the criminal trial of former Liberian President, Charles Taylor, then follow it up with a peak at the natural sag in the left breast of Scarlett Johansen. Side boob is like an intellectual and emotional palette cleanser.”
Despite some readers’ reservations, Arianna plans to move forward with her plans to provide comprehensive coverage of famous people intentionally or unintentionally displaying the sides of their boobs. Each photo series will include as many angles as possible of the offending boob, some so close up that you won’t be able to tell what body part is being highlighted.
The photographic content on the site will not be limited to boobs alone. The sides of pregnant bellies will also be prominently featured (side baby), as well as great bikini bodies, not so great bikini bodies, and casual outfits worn by otherwise elegant people on their way to and from the grocery store or gym.