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A new service allows users to send each other messages – written on the image of a model’s cleavage. The Russian service “Tittygram” lets the sender choose an image of a woman’s breasts and impose the words of their choice on her décolletage. Is this a good way to keep abreast of events, or just in poor taste?
Plastic Surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon jokes that he’s been getting this kind of message from his patients for years!
Heather Dubrow of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” is less amused. "I just don’t even like the name,” she says. “I’m raising four kids, three are girls. I try to teach them the correct words. I know it’s a joke, but …”
“I actually agree with you on that,” says ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork.
Dr. Ordon says that he sees so many breasts in his line of work that he tries to get away from them on his day off! “The last thing I’m going to get excited about is one more set of breasts.”