A hearty hello from your ta tas. Yes, your bosom. Boobs. Whatever term seems to be en vogue at the moment. We would like to take a moment of your time to discuss breast cancer.
Yes, yes, we do realize that no one in your family has ever had breast cancer but that does not mean you are not at risk.
We would like to call to your attention to the fact that the last time we were mammogrammed was some time ago. While neither we, or you, much like the process we feel it is of great importance. We are but one part of your body, pretty easy to ignore, but we would like for you to pay a bit of attention to us for just a few minutes each month.
While we have, no doubt, caused you a significant amount of discomfort we feel we have also been very important in your life.
We did our duty when you were young by appearing to levitate and create the most pleasing decolletage. Making you feel sexy and attractive – and also appealing to more than a few potential mates.
We have helped you to nurse the fine young men that your brain is so proud of and your heart so fiercely loving toward.
We won’t even go into some of the other pleasures you have experienced thanks to us. *Ahem*
And while we don’t look quite as pert and perky as we once did we would like to not be subjected to the horrors that occur due to breast cancer.
While we agree that neither you, or we, are completely in control of keeping that bit of nastiness away we would like for you to agree to a once-a-month self exam and, now that we are over 50, annual mammograms.
We feel it is not too much to ask so that we, and other parts of your body, can continue to function in health and vitality.
Ta Tas (The Girls)
PS – Can you purchase a couple of new bras? These pinch a bit at the sides.