Boobs, Tits, Melons, Milk Jugs, Bodacious Tat-tas

Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Yes folks, I’m talking about breasts. Anyone who’s known me for a while knows that a cause I’m very passionate about is finding a cure for Breast Cancer. My family has been very fortunate (knock on wood or, alternatively, squeeze a mammary) so far in that none of the women on either side have been afflicted by this disease yet. Statistically however, it’s bound to happen eventually. Personally I love my breasts. They’re a bit bigger than many might prefer but there a big part of what makes me…me. Breasts come in all shapes and sizes. And just like snowflakes, no two are the same even within a “matching” set. Like most women, I’d like to keep mine as long as I can (if not forever). As such, I’m on a mission once again, to help eradicate breast cancer.

It’s that time of year again. For the past 7 or 8 years (has it been that long?), I’ve taken part in the CIBC Run for the Cure and raised funds for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This year the run/walk will take place on Sunday September 30th and I’m asking for your help. SAVE THE BOOBIES! Please consider donating even $5 to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. It might not seem like much but every little bit counts. I’m sure if you asked the nearest pair of ta-tas to you, they’d say “Yes, please help us!!!”** And it’s not just the ladies who are affected. While the numbers are much smaller (as is the size of their boobage), men can get breast cancer as well.

As with last year, I'm passing around the TIPS FOR TITS jar. I’m having a pool/lottery to allow donors the chance to win a prize by being the person to guess the correct/closest finishing time without going over. No word on what the prize will be this year but my lucky brother won himself a great prize last year. If you’d like to make a donation, please do so by clicking HERE (and yes even my international readers can donate through the site). For more information on the run/walk, or to register at one of the 51 locations across Canada this year, you can do so by visiting the official CIBC Run for the Cure website. If you’d like to learn more about breast cancer, treatment, research, etc, please visit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s website.

And if you’re still in a giving mood after helping save the breasts of the world, you can always donate to the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation (the August marathon’s official charity) by clicking HERE.

Thanks to everyone who donated and supported a runner/walker last year and in advance to all of you who will be doing so this year.


***Frankly if the nearest pair of breasts to you start talking, you might want to use that fiver to take a cab to the nearest psychiatric clinic…

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