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For the French, whose Champagne region had produced still wine for centuries, having bubbles in the wine was an undesirable side effect.

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But if they're not, then they'd better be creamy white, round, and perky—not so different from the standards we hold so-called "perfect" breasts up to today, as reiterated on TV, in movies, and on magazine covers, inherent racial and class biases and all.

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In this new special we'll have a closer look at women who pick a different glass object to press their boobs on.

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" And then the question that has only one answer: "Do you want me to play with my tits? "That's a pretty sexy story, that the breast of the most coveted woman is the inspiration for a glass," said Belinda Chang about the Helen of Troy story.

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But when e-mail each other and talk on the ph,she can make lines,as she goes! Widely available are breast-inspired drinking accessories, including the beer can nipple, the Boob Tube beer bong, and the Boobzie coozie, along with dozens of other novelty items not to mention the existence of beer-slinging breastaurants like the mammary-themed chain Twin Peaks.

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By 1670, George Ravenscroft, a British glass importer, was commercially fortifying wine glasses with lead oxide, creating sparklier, heavier, more affordable glass cups, and by the end of the seventeenth century, the aristocracy and merchant class were drinking almost exclusively from lead crystal vessels.