The power of big tits

The power of big tits

The power of big tits

Nancy Navarro made me do something that nobody has ever been able to make me do and, in all likelihood, will ever make me do again: She made me say that the Yankees are the best baseball team in America. I said it only because she refused to take her top off and show me her tits until I did, and I wanted to see those tits: G-cup naturals that had never before been seen on-camera. So there you go…the power of big tits.

“When I go to a Yankees game, I’ll wear a really low-cut Yankees shirt,” she told me. “I like the fact that the guys in my section forget the game and they’re just staring at me. And I’m like, ‘You’re at the game. You spent whatever for the game, and you’re not watching the game.’ It’s fun. My sisters won’t go to a game with me anymore. I have a cousin who tells me that before we go out, she has to see what I’m going to wear. She doesn’t like the attention. We’ll be crossing the street and there’ll be a bus and they’ll be knocking on the window, yelling something from the bus, and I’m just wearing a regular T-shirt and shorts. Nothing major.”

Nothing major except those tits.

Nancy spent the first 19 years of her life living in Venezuela, where the girls have big asses but not big tits. Her mom is half-Dominican, which could be why Nancy is stacked. We know that girls from the D.R. (Miosotis, Kristina Milan, etc.) are chesty.

Nancy says she doesn’t go out of her way to show off her tits, but hiding them is impossible. So how did she decide to show them off for all the world to see?

“You know how everybody is insane about the boobs?” she said. “So I’m like, let me just go and take a few pictures and see how they actually look in pictures and see what everybody is looking at because to me, they just look like regular big boobs. When I first sent the pictures to SCORE, I had no idea. And I was looking through my phone and I have a lot of pictures of my boobs. Why? I don’t know. Because I want to see what other people see. If I look in a mirror, I can’t tell, so I want to take a picture and maybe zoom in, zoom out, look at them from another angle, but I just don’t get it. To me, they’re just normal.”

No. Not normal. Extraordinary enough to make a lifelong Yankees hater say things he otherwise would never say.

By the way, I had my fingers crossed when I said it.

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