Category:
Body Modifications

Hypnotic Boob Enhancement

Michael Stivers had an interesting career. He was a professional wrestler, who used the stage name "Pretty Boy Behning." He was also a police officer for 13 years, but around 1990 he quit that profession to become a hypnotist.

At first, he ran a pretty ordinary hypotism business — using hypnotism to help people lose weight or quit smoking. But around 1991 he discovered a unique way to specialize and differentiate his practice. He became a "breast enlargement hypnotist."

His pr material explained: "The larger-breast style of self-hypnosis relaxes the subject, then allows her to will an increased blood flow into the fatty tissues of the breast, much like that during menstruation or pregnancy. Daily conditioning through self-hypnosis allows what amounts to a permanent enhancement."

But according to a 1991 AP story, some patients had mixed results:

A 58-year-old Tampa woman who wouldn't give her name said her bust measurement grew 3 inches through hypnosis in April, but then shrank 1 ½ inches.

As far as I can tell, Stivers stayed in business until at least 1995.

Arizona Republic - Feb 1, 1995



Des Moines Register - July 22, 1991

Posted By: Alex - Sat Sep 24, 2016 - Comments (5)
Category: Body Modifications, 1990s

Miss Stardust of 1948

A couple of points about this beauty queen.

1) Mother was also a beauty queen, "Miss Brooklyn of 1928." Alas, I can find no pix of the elder Bayes.

2) Should a beauty queen who represents the "falsie" industry be considered for her natural endowments, or her falsie-assisted curves?

3) Note the loving care and extra attention that WU brings to all its posts, as we present the previous year's winner below, as a supplement.

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Original pic here.


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Original article here.

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Original ad here.

Posted By: Paul - Thu Sep 01, 2016 - Comments (3)
Category: Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues, Body Modifications, Children, Parents, 1920s, 1940s

Tom Leppard, RIP

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Obituary here.

Posted By: Paul - Thu Jun 16, 2016 - Comments (2)
Category: Body Modifications, Eccentrics, Europe

Police Inquiry Cut Short

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A Circumcision Ambulance was stolen in Great Britain. They have Circumcision Ambulances in Great Britain and they do in home circumcisions. As mentioned above the police inquiry was cut short when a private citizens neighborhood watch group tweeted about finding the abandoned car.

Posted By: patty - Sat Dec 05, 2015 - Comments (10)
Category: Body Modifications, Crime, Stupid Criminals, Genitals

Kurvon Breast Enhancement Pills

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[Click to enlarge--ha!]

There's a great story behind this pill, wherein an ex-employee tried to rip off the formula and sell it as "Charm-on." Read it here.

Did you know breast-boosting pills are still for sale?

Original ad scanned from this magazine:

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Posted By: Paul - Tue Oct 13, 2015 - Comments (8)
Category: Body Modifications, Lawsuits, 1950s

No-Arms Golfer


Posted By: Paul - Mon Oct 12, 2015 - Comments (3)
Category: Body Modifications, Human Marvels, Sports, 1930s

Man grows ear on arm

Australian artist Stelarc is growing an ear on his arm. It's been a project of his years in the making. He first got the idea back in 1996, and it took a while to find doctors willing to do the work. But the ear is pretty well formed now. His final goal is to insert a microphone into his arm ear, and then connect the microphone to the internet, so that people around the world can hear through his arm ear.

He says, "People's reactions range from bemusement to bewilderment to curiosity, but you don't really expect people to understand the art component of all of this."



More in extended >>

Posted By: Alex - Tue Aug 11, 2015 - Comments (5)
Category: Body, Body Modifications, Performance Art

Lucky # 13

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Lacey Wildd intends to undergo a 13th cosmetic surgery to increase her breasts to a QQQ cup.

Posted By: patty - Mon Apr 13, 2015 - Comments (6)
Category: Annoying Things, Beauty, Ugliness and Other Aesthetic Issues, Body Modifications, Genitals

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