This woman has the world's largest boobs and they're still growing

This woman has the world's largest boobs and they're still growing

Ah, boobs. They are, quite literally, what makes the world go around. After all, they're an important part of the female reproductive system, but thanks to popular culture, they've been sexualized throughout history. While it's no secret that the optimum breast size has fluctuated over the years, for the majority of women, bigger does not always mean better.

Ask any lady who's got bigger-than-average boobs and she'll tell you that they're not without their problems. They can lead to pain, a struggle to get clothes to fit - and that's not to mention the fact that the vast majority of lingerie caters to women who've got a more modest breast size. Despite this, breast augmentations remain the most popular cosmetic procedure in the US, with many women forking out thousands to get a chest that would make Pamela Anderson green with envy.

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As is the case with so many things in life, there is a line, but with the rise of online pornography, people have found the confidence to voice their fetishes for the unusual, including extremely large breasts, something which Chelsea, a 5ft 3in exotic dancer from Minneapolis, happily caters to with her 164XXX chest - the largest in the world.

This is how much attention Chelsea gets from total strangers because of the size of her breasts:

Unveiling her breasts to the British public on This Morning back in 2011, Chelsea revealed that her breasts were named Itsy and Bitsy as the show's hosts Phillip Schofield and Ruth Langsford struggled to look the model and adult movie star in the eye.

At the beginning of the interview, Phillip brought out plastic containers filled with two watermelons to put how heavy Chelsea's breasts are into context.

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Phillip then asked Chelsea the most common viewer question: do her enormous breasts cause her pain?

Surprisingly, she revealed that they do not, and said, "No, not yet thankfully. I do a lot of exercise to take care of my back."

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Naturally an ample D-Cup, Chelsea said that after developing early, she was coy about the size of her breasts in high school. It was only when she left high school that she "learned to appreciate curves."

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This led to Chelsea getting her first breast augmentation at the age of 20, which took her from a size D to a double D. Chelsea then went under the knife again a year later - going from a double D to a double H. Her third augmentation, another year and a half later, however, proved to be controversial and involved a procedure that's now illegal: polypropylene string breast implants.

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Phillip asked for more information about this procedure, revealing to viewers of the show that, incredibly, Chelsea's breasts were still growing. In response to this, she said, "It's basically a polypropylene cord, there's no implanted bag."

"It irritates the breast tissue," Phillip explained, "and makes the body pump liquid into the breasts. And so that means that although they're slowing down a little bit, they will continue to get bigger and bigger."

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Ruth then asked how Chelsea's skin was able to cope with all the stretching that it would need to do to accommodate her ever-growing breasts and she said that because the increase in size is happening gradually, her body is able to deal with it.

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Phillip pointed out the possibility that Chelsea's breasts could have ended up growing at different rates, but she said that she was lucky and that her boobs have been "working as a team" and growing to a colossal size evenly.

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Surprisingly, Chelsea's nipples have also grown with her breasts so, despite them being very far from natural, they do not look more out of proportion than they already appear to be.

She also explained that the majority of other women who've had the dangerous procedure have had their breasts eventually stop growing, so it is unlikely that they will, y'know, explode.

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"On a day-to-day basis, how does it affect your life?" Phillip asked. "How do you sleep? Is it easy to sleep?"

"I've gotten used to it," Chelsea said. "It was an adjustment. I sleep on my back or on my side."

"And what about things like restaurant tables? Or getting into lifts? Airplanes?" Phillip continued.

"It's the airplane bathrooms that are tough," Chelsea replied, laughing. "They're very tight. Eating is a problem because I have to sit so far from my food."

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The show's hosts finally got onto the subject of Chelsea having children. She said that if she fell pregnant, she would have the size of her breasts reduced. She then added that having 164XXX chest won't be possible indefinitely (Can you imagine how an old lady would fare carrying four watermelons in a retirement home?!) so a reduction is inevitable.