Friday, May 8, 2009


Buck Wolf’s Weird News Central: Boobs Vs. Tits

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Here’s a titillating tidbit: More people are looking for “tits” than “boobs” on Google.

An investigation by About.com’s Weird News Central editor Buck Wolf indicates that “tits” is a significantly more popular online search term than “boobs” or any other word for a woman’s chest, especially in the U.S., Britain, and Australia.

In fact, the slang terms beat the anatomically correct word “breasts” by a margin of more than two-to-one.

Says Wolf: “Interestingly, two of the only countries where ‘boobs’ is more popular are India and Pakistan, and they’re almost always on the brink of war. Perhaps they have more in common than we think.”

Other sultry findings include:

  • “Vagina” is way more searched than the term “vajayjay,” “snatch,” or the vulgar, four- letter “C-word.”

  • The F-word is way more popular than the C-word.

    More will be published on weirdnews.about.com.

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