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25 Oct 2008

Boobs Galore

Hey guys I have updated this old 2008 post with these shiny new doodles CLICK HERE

This Month its Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so what better way than to start doodle week with BOOBS.

This is Doodle Claire's guide to a Breast Self - Exam.



Step 4: Lie down and repeat Step 3 (I cant doodle that yet).

For a more sensible diagram click here: Illustrated Self-Exam.

20 comments:

  1. Very impressive Claire! You must have very HAPPY and HEALTHY boobies! :)
    xoxoxoxox

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  2. Those drawings are very well endowed! I have to admit that I'm jealous. hehe Great drawings Claire!

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  3. I followed all instructions. No lump here thankfully !

    (and it felt good too !)

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  4. I thought that was a fly on your boobie. Then realized a fly wouldn't be that persistent. You have a pierced boobie! Luckily you are all natural or I'd be worried about you deflating.

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  5. I love the breast doodles. They are way better than the breast self-examination card I have at home.

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  6. pink paint and boobies tomorrow! Bert and Ernie are so excited to be painted and proud!

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  7. A sterling cause indeed, Claire. However, not wishing to make light of such a noble gesture, I can't help but notice that the finely endowed model has, in the case of the last doodle, the countenance of somebody trying to find Radio Luxemburg on an old wireless set.

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  8. I am laughing as I type this....
    Only you , Claire, could make a breast exam this funny! After visiting Olga I came right here on her recommendation, and she wasn't lying! lol

    These should be posted in Doctor's offices, so more women would do the exam! Much more likable than the ones they have now! :)
    Kat
    http://tinyurl.com/6dgs59

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  9. I didn't know you had a pierced nipple.
    How did I miss that during our HOT nights on the beach???

    (at first glance of your doodles,I thought the darn thing had wings, mind you...)

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  10. Thank you for the instructional drawings. They are more helpful then words. I feel like an expert now.

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  11. You had me at 'boobs', m'dear.

    Also, I will happily check any female's boobs for them, if they so desire.

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  12. Wow. Great doodles. Informative too!

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  13. Excellent information & doodles :) But I'm still not smooshing ;)

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  14. While that is an adorable comic illustration, the message behind it is wonderful. Breast cancer has touched my life in a way where I'm more aware of my own body now, and it's more then likely coming my way, but I do just like your illustrations, and hope to catch it, before it catches me, or try. :)

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  15. Oh Claire, you doodle so well! Those are great illustrations for a wonderful cause!
    Your FL furiends,

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  16. Well, your fuelmyblog comment said 'boobs' and we showed up promptly. And, you know what? You delivered. You said 'boobs' and you have plenty of boobage. We wish you were a politician. . . Also, they were nice boobs.

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  17. My first time on your site. Kat sent me here. What a great Idea to get women to check their boobs.

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  18. I think picture number 3 is my favourite; does it have to be done clockwise? :D I've just done mine both ways for good measure and have nothing to report, apart from cold hands...brrrr. Thanks for reminding us Claire, it's such an important thing to do.

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