breast implant operations, the string implant, an invention of Dr. Gerald Johnson, a procedure which has since been banned by the FDA. Within days of the operation, Starr was experiencing excruciating pain and since her first operation she has had a staggering 60+ operations to try and resolve the problems in her right breast. Doctors have now warned that if she does not have a double mastectomy, she may die. However, she is loathe to do so as she says she won't have a means to support herself. Well, if you're dead Liz, you won't have to worry about that.
Most of the women who have had these type of implants are in the porn industry, such as Maxi Mounds, seen below posing in her pink and white bathing suit. The women in the photo above look even more deformed than Maxi, with nipples that head off into different directions, like the eyes on some kind of sea monster. I don't imagine that most men would find these women attractive. No wait, some men would.
The horror of string implants is that they are made from polypropylene, a thermoplastic polymer used in the manufacture of ropes, thermal underwear, carpets, stationery, plastic parts, reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes.
If somebody asked you if you wanted this stuff wrapped around your muscle fiber, even if it enhanced your 'career' five-fold and triple-digited your bank account, would anybody in their right mind agree? I'll never understand breast implants, except after a mastectomy. It's just sheer lunacy, not to mention a gross mutilation of one's body.
No, this picture of Chelsea Charms, an exotic dancer, is not photo-shopped. This woman has the largest breasts in the world coming in at a whopping 164XXX. Their names? Itsy and Bitsy. Chelsea's breasts are still growing at a rate of one inch per month and each one weighs the same as two large watermelons, a result of which she has to do special exercises in order to hold herself in an upright position. She also has trouble eating, sleeping and fitting into airline toilets.
Eventually, she says, she's going to have them removed. However, an operation of this sort is not like removing a silicone implant; the polypropylene strings wind themselves right into the fabric of the muscle. I can't imagine the skin on her chest once those wild horses are out of there.