Being a female in the journalism industry, which hypes itself on diversity and yet seems to hire only mildly attractive to really hot women, must be an arduous task for someone who feels their looks aren't adequate. A recent college graduate is finding the job market in the journalistic field a difficult one so she decided to do what anyone reasonably educated person would do, try and get breast implants.
The college grad seems to be a little short on funds though so instead of putting it on a credit card she pleads her case to the general public by posting an ad on Craiglist asking for donations. Yes you dear readers can assist this woman with her A-cup woes. Her posting is as follows:
"I know this is a long shot, but it's worth a try. This month I attained my B.S. degreee in journalism with a minor in marketing. I hope to one day soon be a leading broadcast journalist, but feel that my small chest is holding me back. I am seeking understanding, kind-hearted people who are willing to invest in my A-cup breasts and help me finance a breast augmentation surgery and advance my career in broadcast journalism. The surgery will cost $3,000 and get me up to a full C-cup. I believe that this is the final piece that I need to have more self-confidence and gain better job opportunities. In this day and age, I know how important looking good is for any career. I know this surgery will increase my chances three-fold on top of my education, experience and talent. Please reply if you can help. This is not only an investment in my confidence; It is an investment in my fruitful career. Thank you."
Next we'll see an ad from a guy who wants a penis enlargement to save his marriage. Members of NOW are having cardiac arrest over items such as these.
Now as much as I'm all for women looking hot I find the feeling of need from a lot of women to have big breasts kind of disturbing. I myself would'nt go out of my way to hire a woman with big jugs as I prefer to work with someone who is the most qualified to do the job. Actually I may even be prejudice against hiring someone with an enormous rack as I am so bad as staring at them.
"I'm so scared girls look at my breast implants and think, 'To get boys, you need big boobs.' I tell them, 'Don't get it done. Those fears go away. You develop other insecurities, but breasts aren't one of them.' I want to get them half-size." - Jenny McCarthy