March 14, 2007
26th March 2007- Fundraiser premiere of Pink Paddlers, in support of UNIFEM, Breast Cancer Foundation and Star Shelter for Women
They come in all shapes and sizes. They could be your mother, your daughter, your sister, your girlfriend, your wife... even you. Ranging from a 65 year-old school principal to a biker chick, half the ladies couldn’t even swim, but still picked up the paddles to form Singapore’s FIRST BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS DRAGONBOAT team : They’ve found strength in being in the same boat, racing against the same disease. In September 2006, these ladies came together to compete against other fellow survivors from all over the world, in the first-ever Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat World Championship - right here in Singapore. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1aky8_pink-paddlers-trailer
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Watch this with the women that you care for in your life. There's no pretty or sexy way of raising awareness about breast cancer, but everyone who has a mother, a sister, a girlfriend, a daughter, a wife, needs to know that : - Breast Cancer is the no.1 killer disease amongst women in Singapore, and in 2006, more than 1 woman lost her life each day because of this disease, but precious lives can be saved with early detection and there is life beyond breast cancer, as the Pink Paddlers are living proof to this!"
June 23, 2006
July 16, 2005
I know a lot of girls covet a fullness in their chest area. You should be careful of what you wished for. Your body grows naturally and you can't expect to have big 'uns when you are of small frame. You might topple over.
Plastic surgery is scary -- just watch MTV "I want to look like", Nip/Tuck and Xtreme Makeover. If you still wanna go ahead after watching these, then you must be a masochist and should be whipped (yeah, you like that don't you?).
July 06, 2005
I had day surgery today, to remove four lumps from one of my breasts. Although one was biopsied last year (needle, boob, OW OW OW) and found to be benign, they said it was best to take them all out for testing, just to be safe.
I don't know the test results yet, and will only find out on 20 July.
I am only twenty-five years old.
A reminder to young women of the importance of breast self-examination.
April 28, 2005
Why is the Platypus? teaches a very important lesson
After Anna asked about cup size, I decided that we all (meaning the guys) should know how to determine a woman's cup size... Use the following as a guide for cup size:
.5" = AA : 1" = A : 2"= B : 3" = C : 4" = D : 5" = DD or E : 6" = F : 7" = G