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  1. 02 Oct '08 20:59
    Have Women, in countries that use growth hormones in cattle and poltry started developing breasts larger and eariler? Or is this just my imagination?
  2. Subscriber Baard
    gene vessel
    06 Oct '08 10:45
    Yes they do, Sadly we dont use growth hormones in our meat.
  3. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    06 Oct '08 11:23
    Originally posted by bluzdog
    Have Women, in countries that use growth hormones in cattle and poltry started developing breasts larger and eariler? Or is this just my imagination?
    What's Poltry? So you like de blues, eh. I am into blues also, acoustic blues. I guess you like electric blues.
  4. Subscriber Baard
    gene vessel
    06 Oct '08 11:29
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    What's Poltry? So you like de blues, eh. I am into blues also, acoustic blues. I guess you like electric blues.
    I actually read an article in a mag a few years ago that the average cupsize in GB had gone up one size, and they went a long way to blame it on the growth hormones in our food. Not sure if its liable or not! But one fact that can not be argued is that the breasts are growing, especially chickenbreast

    Baard
  5. 06 Oct '08 12:21
    Originally posted by Baard
    I actually read an article in a mag a few years ago that the average cupsize in GB had gone up one size, and they went a long way to blame it on the growth hormones in our food. Not sure if its liable or not! But one fact that can not be argued is that the breasts are growing, especially chickenbreast

    Baard
    Though I do not dispute the possibility that growth hormones are having an effect, the average cupsize of breasts in Britain probably has more to do with the fact that the proportion of obese children (and adults) is rising.
    If the study corrected for weight (ie said that the average cup size for a given body mass and age had increased), then I might be more convinced.
    When if comes to adults, they should also be careful to exclude subjects with breast implants or other methods of enhancing cup size.
  6. 06 Oct '08 17:05
    Originally posted by bluzdog
    Have Women, in countries that use growth hormones in cattle and poltry started developing breasts larger and eariler? Or is this just my imagination?
    Since growth hormone is a large polypeptide, it is not orally active. Scare story (male dream) = nonsense.
  7. Subscriber Baard
    gene vessel
    06 Oct '08 19:46
    Originally posted by znsho
    Since growth hormone is a large polypeptide, it is not orally active. Scare story (male dream) = nonsense.
    Does this mean that they have to individually inject each chicken in the farm with GH?

    Baard
  8. 06 Oct '08 21:16
    Some here obviously turn on to 10 years old girls/children with fully developed brests...

    Think of the girls instead, what do you think they like the situation?
  9. 06 Oct '08 21:23
    Originally posted by Baard
    Does this mean that they have to individually inject each chicken in the farm with GH?

    Baard
    Are chickens injected with growth hormone?
  10. 06 Oct '08 21:43
    Originally posted by Baard
    Does this mean that they have to individually inject each chicken in the farm with GH?

    Baard
    If any farmer feeds growth hormone to animals, they are wasting their time and money. Growth hormone has to be injected.
  11. 07 Oct '08 22:30
    Adding additional growth hormone to animals is banned in the E.U so I doubt it would affect breast size in the U.K.

    It's not banned in the U.S. Anyone know the mean difference in breast size between the U.K and U.S taking into account obesity levels?
  12. 08 Oct '08 05:35
    I play acustic and electric blues, its all good. Harp.
  13. 08 Oct '08 10:10
    Originally posted by Feastboy
    Adding additional growth hormone to animals is banned in the E.U so I doubt it would affect breast size in the U.K.

    It's not banned in the U.S. Anyone know the mean difference in breast size between the U.K and U.S taking into account obesity levels?
    Will anyone sponsor me to do a survey? Legal age and above only of course.
  14. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    09 Oct '08 14:52
    Originally posted by bluzdog
    Have Women, in countries that use growth hormones in cattle and poltry started developing breasts larger and eariler? Or is this just my imagination?
    Do the men have bigger weiners then too?
  15. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    09 Oct '08 14:54
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    Some here obviously turn on to 10 years old girls/children with fully developed brests...

    Think of the girls instead, what do you think they like the situation?
    most girls with small boobs that i know wish they had bigger ones. Should I tell them to drink more milk or is it too late for them...