By Lesser - 17/02/2013 08:02 - Australia - Glenfield
Izabushel tells us more.
OP here. Having been 'blessed' with a bodacious bustline since early teens, I am used to men having difficulty maintaining eye contact with me, but my nephew has taken it to a new level. I thought that we might have an interesting day because when he came into my room in the morning, one of the first things he said to me was "Boobies gone!" and I said yes, boobies are gone because I was dressed. He then kept on saying 'bring boobies back!', in other words, show him my breasts. And of course I wouldn't. We then go shopping, he got tired and cranky, and thus ended with this situation. He normally is the loveliest and sweetest kid you could imagine. An absolute treasure. I am not just saying that because I am his Aunt. However he does have this obsession with breasts. Well mine in particular. I look very similar to my sister, so I don't know, maybe its a comfort thing going back to when he was breast fed. Then again I have been told I have magically comforting breasts. But he only does it with me so it's not like he is attacking random women in the street asking to see their breasts.
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The man was just trying to be helpful, I mean, he probably even offered to unhook your bra too, just in case you might have trouble with doing it yourself. What a gentleman.
Why, isn't he a wannabe smartass? but sounds more like an asshole to me
So true Doc, so true. I even love my boobies! Sometimes I play with my boobs. Why? Because I can! One time I asked a close guy friend of mine why guys love boobs so much. His answer was simple, "Because they are there. If women had a hand growing out of their foreheads, we'd want to shake it!" Best answer I have ever heard.
Haha boys will be boys :p Seriously though, maybe let his folks know so they can teach him some manners.
He is not too bad. We left the store straight away and he was happy as soon as he got his dummy and we went home for a nap. I agree that a smack is appropriate in some situations, but not this one. He was very tired. I had not seen him in a few weeks when my sister dropped him off that morning so he was also overly excited to see me. We also got stuck at the shops longer than we bargained for. And I think all that contributed to tiring him out. I really don't know how single parents do it. My sister and BIL are wonderful parents, and this is the first time he has done anything like this in public. He also has an amazing older brother. When his brother was around the same age, we were at the shops when another kid was throwing a tantrum (sorry I don't know if breasts were involved) and he wanted to give the other little boy some of his raisins to try an cheer him up. How amazing is that!