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Readers of Oz chaps' mag Ralph are doubtless beside themselves with joy at the news that they will not, after all, have to suffer Xmas without the benefit of a couple of free inflatable breasts. Over 130,000 pairs of Bulgarian airbags intended as a giveaway with the magazine's December 15 issue last week went awol en route from …

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IT Angle

Hmmm .....

I hate to break it to you guys but these aren't actually boobs! They are bits of plastic...

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Joke

Tits up

that is all

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Coat

Sigh. Unable to get the consignment on the right boat.

Obviously they made a right tit of themselves.

At least they got the problem off their chest.

It would have been better to nip it in the bud, though (wonder if that "bud" is allowed what with the KP scare and all...).

Sorry, gotta go, me mam's calling me...

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Anonymous Coward

Damn shame

I preferred the image of a Flying Dutchman style shoal of boobs roaming the oceans of the world, their ghostly sight foretelling an interesting time in the next port of call to any crew that spies them.

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Extra N

Annals?

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Oh..

*stops scouring satellite ocean photos*

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Happy

So...

now they will be trying to find out who committed the boob?

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Thank you El Reg

For keeping us abreast of this story.

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Coat

coat -> door

I hate to break it to you guys but these aren't actually boobs! They are bits of plastic...

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Said the bishop to the porn star?

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To any cynics out there...

Of *course* they lost them, and then luckily found them just in time to send them out with their magazines after all the free publicity they generated.

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Ralph - a men's magazine?

Real men don't read Ralph - they read ******* *** ** *

*censored to protect El Reg from the extreme porn laws.

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Coat

re: coat -> door

Yeah, but real ones come with this biological waste product attached.

Oh, I didn't know the cloakroom was this small. Or had spikes in it...

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IR

You couldn't make it up

unless you wanted tons of free publicity

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Sexist ? . . .

. . .or Blackadder re-enactment society?

No doubt the Aussie lad's* mag has it's knockers but also shares useful tips with its readers.

*lads as in 'The Passion of St Tibulous' - "Does he get his lad out, Father?"

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Hooray!

Finally, a ground-breaking paradigm shift in the world of paper-media journalism.

Trust those wily Aussies to show the rest of the world the way forward.

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@Stevie

Yes! Could this be the start of a trend? Let's see those online "news" and "entertainment" sites try to match the feat. Maybe paper media aren't dead after all.

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Buoyancy...

"Initial reports suggested they'd gone missing from their shipping container and were presumably drifting the world's oceans in a vast mammary shoal."

That'd be a sight to see if you were out on a boat and a bunch of those "buoyancy aids" floated on past you.

Hell, if it were me I might just go overboard "accidentally" and have no choice but to grab a few "for my own safety".

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