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Updated: Feb 21, 2019

False – the opposite of true. Incorrect, wrong, untruthful, dishonest, fabricated, deceitful. The list goes on and on.

The word ‘falsie’ is taken from the word, ‘false’, and according to an on-line dictionary is, and I quote, “pads of material in women's clothing used to increase the apparent size of the breasts.”

But is this false? Dishonest? Deceitful? Wrong? Not in my world. For women who are not well-endowed, but wish they had a little more bounce to the ounce, a falsie allows her to look fashionable in clothing that otherwise would sag at the breast. For these women, it’s a huge (well, depending on the size of the falsie) confidence booster. I say whatever makes you happy!

Case in point. Chapter 3 – The Red Bra, “Well, Maggie showed me this water bra she had. Oh, my gawd, did it make her titties look full,” Laura said laughing. “Maggie was flatter than a pancake without that bra. I jus’ had to have one.”

True – the opposite of false. Genuine, bona fide, legitimate, perfect, proper, valid.

I believe that if a woman legitimately wants to have a perfect profile and she is realistic regarding the size of the falsie, she has a valid reason to purchase or create a proper insert which gives her a bona fide reason to genuinely stand out in a crowd.

Whew! That was exhausting inserting all those truths! But seriously, if that is what one desires, who are we to judge? #Truth

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