Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts glow in the dark (video)

When it comes to breast implants, is bigger always better?

click to enlarge Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts glow in the dark (video) - @LACEYWILDD
@LaceyWildd
Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts glow in the dark (video)

click to enlarge Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts glow in the dark (video) - @LACEYWILDD
@LaceyWildd
Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts glow in the dark (video)
  • @LaceyWildd

Lacey Wildd's triple Q-sized breasts are currently ranked among the top 5 largest breasts in the world, right behind Chelsea Charms whose bust size measures in at triple X. Of course, Wildd's breast also glow in the dark like jack o' lanterns when you press a flashlight to them.

Wildd maintains that her drive to go bigger is not an addiction, but a way of boosting her income. She originally started getting breast implants as a single mother working as a waitress who wanted to earn higher tips. She now pays for her six children by doing feature appearances and running her own website. She has appeared on a number of talks shows in which the hosts always criticize Wildd for jeopardizing her health and embarrassing her children. However, none of these hosts acknowledge that they too are profiting off of her breasts by exploiting them in order to make entertaining TV. Not only do these shows pay Wildd to appear, thus validating her belief that bigger implants will gain her more attention, they also help publicize her breasts to the world.

Wildd seems well aware of the risks associated with having such large implants, noting that she is a ticking time bomb. One doctor inserted a "pig-skin corset" in her to help support the weight of her implants. Also, the bigger Wildd goes, the more she will have to turn to inferior doctors who are willing to do such a risky procedure.

Wildd claims that when she retires, she will have her implants removed. The question is, how big is too big, and will her health hold out long enough for her to retire?

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