ZOO: Win A Boob Job!
Posted by charliegrrl on January 17, 2007
ZOO are offering women the chance to win a boob job.
ZOO are promoting this Boob Job as the perfect xmas present for their reader’s girlfriends.
“Just imagine her face when you tell her you’re going to wheel her into an operating theatre and let a stranger slice open her mammary glands. Why she’ll be tickled pink.” ZOO 15-26th Dec 06
“Zoo wants to change the life- and bra size- of one lucky lady…
ZOO loves boobs…every pink, wobbling, mammarian cubic inch of them…But we also recognise the beneficial aspects of the common nork. How…breasts can help women lead a fuller, richer life.”
“All affluent, successful, famous women adored by men and envied by women (have) ace whammers. Enormous, ripe hooters. La-las you could abseil off.” ZOO 8-14th Dec 06
ZOO include photos of famous women who have fake breasts, alongside ‘failed’ women celebrities with small breasts, to emphasise how having huge breasts is essential to the success of a woman.
“Now examine their poor-chested cousins. look at their dowdy clothes, their down-turned mouths, their empty lives. For them, their low-quality bappage is not just a problem, when buying bikinis. It’s blighted their very existence.” ZOO 8-14th Dec 06
ZOO are inviting women to send in topless photos of themsleves, so that the readers can choose who is most worthy of a boob job. No doubt the boob job will come with a contract to model them in ZOO, to show how ZOO have saved a lucky lady from a life of flat-chested misery…
Those who enter the competition, feature topless in ZOO, inviting pity on their small breasts, to win reader’s votes. Laura, a model, has decided to enter herself as she states “I’m beginning to realise only a boob job can further my career”
ZOO states they are offering £5000 towards a boob job. Last time they had a boob job competition, they retracted from criticism by stating the money could be put towards a boob job, but ultimately the winner could do what they liked with the money.
However, ZOO’s terms and conditions for competitions states
Prizes are non-transferable, non-negotiable and no cash alternatives will be offered.
Please complain to The Advertising Standards Agency
Please also see Stormy’s Blog
ZOO 8-14th Dec and 15-26th Dec 2006