The weekend was slightly eventfull I worked a bit.
Ventured to the City on Saturday night for dinner with my parents, their friends and James at The Spaghetti Tree (http://www.spaghettitree.com.au/) for dinner.
The dinner was great, good service, I didn’t expect that and really good food. GREAT cheesecake too!! So I recommend that to everyone who likes a good meal. The resturant was really nicely set out also, alot of portraits of actors and actresses. And I did also see a loverly photograph of Bettie Page (I’m in love!).
Around 7 we ventured to Collins St to see Busting Out (http://www.busting-out.com/) at the Athenaeum Theatre. I was bracing myself just as the slight chance of seeing an older womans breast. But the show was great! Not only do these two comedians and REAL women (Emma and Bev) make people laugh, they make women feel comfortable in their own bodies. Like one of my previous posts about women being comfortable in their own skin and embracing those curvacious healthy sizes they really gave me the feminism that Australia needed.
Any woman who is in doubt of her apperance, wrinkles and her jeans size or the size of her her breasts for that matter NEEDS to see this show. These women are REAL! And they know REAL women, they embrace their bodies and their beauty. But not only did they embrace A cups (for Awesome) and G cups for (Jesus Christ! No wait… thats a J..) they made me feel that I don’t need to change my size to become more of a woman or to become a better woman.
It was deffinatly a show for females but men can certainly gain alot from it (not just seeing a pair of large breasts flopping around on stage) but also an insight to what really IS going on in the female mind.
Some people said the show was sexist towards men… But not at all! Yes Bev did talk about the acupuncturist that was a prick and the photographer that had a different frame of mind, that they didn’t click and that he left film on her face. Not to mention ‘George’ who had to get on stage and put a bra on himself.
Highly recommended to all that have an open mind and that love boobs, tits, jugs, butterbags, love bubbles, peepers, melons, twoofers, twangers, jubblies, chesticles, baby pillows, mounds, racks, titties, diner plates, hooters, whoppers, love muffins, fun bags, coconuts, bazookas, bousums, cans, fog lights, hoohas, kazongas, loverlies, puppies, hand warmers, boobies and GAZONGAS… this show is for you 🙂
I love the boob.