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Double Your Pleasure by arianefan Double Your Pleasure by arianefan
Two sets of the best Canadian breasts on the internet, belonging to ladies whom have literally built themselves for fun.
Ariane visited Amy recently, and they have photoshoots of each other up on their respective websites.
The base photo for this picture is a product of their collaborate work this past week :)


Photomanipulation for Ariane Saint Amour :iconariane-saint-amour: and Amy Anderssen [link]
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Ariane's Website:
arianesaintamour.xxx [link]
Amy's Website
amyanderssen.xxx [link]
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:iconstrip2761:
Two sets of my favorite Canadian breasts, I follow all four of those sexy jugs on Twitter too ;)  You're both my ultimate titfuk fantasy. 
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:iconxy2kura:
I only know of Ariane, never of this Amy girl. I fail to see what people see in this. In fact, it just depresses and disgusts me when females want to make their breasts larger then their body. It just means extra neck and back pain.. not to mention a very high risk of death. They might as well start signing their death certificates now. ._.
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arianefan Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, thanks anyways for coming by and sharing your concerns :)

Breast augmentation is, absolutely, a procedure that no one should ever take lightly when considering it in real life.  Like any surgery it will carry risks that every person undergoing it needs to be aware of.  Thankfully, both Ariane and Amy had implants prior to their current ones, so they've known more expertly and more intimately than anyone without implants what the specific type of strain on their bodies is likely to be when adopting a larger size.  
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:iconxy2kura:
Okay even if they knew ahead of time what to expect, it's still a rather stupid decision to go bigger. All I can think about is the woman they had on Dr. Phil who got her breasts to L size and wanted to go even bigger. community.drphil.com/boards/?E...

It's unhealthy, and makes the body look vary out of whack. I'll probably never understand their logic or anyone elses who wants to go for such monstrous breasts. It's just taking away from your life, not adding onto it. Lastly, it's not concern, it's pure disgust. I've all ready been to war with Ariane in the past about it and have nothing but ill will towards her.

I can't say anything about Amy cause I never saw her on here but I'd probably have the same outlook. Pure stupidity and fail logic.
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arianefan Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, the opinion of a person with a Doctorate in Psychology from North Western Texas University is not without merit, but I think consulting with surgical specialists with degrees in the actual field of plastic surgery were probably more reliable for Ariane and Amy when weighing the overall risks to their health.

I'm sorry you are so overwrought with negativity and disgust over what someone not directly involved with your life does to their own body.  I do have to wonder though where the logic is in involving yourself so heavily with it if it brings you such unhappiness.  It seems strange to me that a person would have only disgust instead of concern.  Would having Ariane (or Amy) conform to your conceptions of non-augmentative physical beauty instead of their own make you feel better?  Does forcing other people to adhere to your standard of physical beauty remove the disgust you feel over those that don't adhere to it?
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:iconxy2kura:
Woah.. talk about mass questions and assuming things. Wowsers.

1) They don't have to be involved in my life for me to carry disgust and so forth.
2) I haven't even spoken to her for a good year now or said anything because I don't see her images on the front page of DA anymore (and I'm glad).
3) I'm not forcing anyone to do anything. I'm just stating my opinion mixed with facts. It's called keeping it real honey, you either like it or you don't.
4) You can defend them all you want about how they go into the office and consult with augmentation and all this other stuff, but it still doesn't change the fact of death knocking on the door. If they have to have big busts to be 'happy' with their figure then it shows extreme insecurity, and likely want much attention.

In the end, you're a fan of them while I couldn't care less for either. If you want to support them fine, but if you honestly think it's okay for them to be so disproportionate and attention whores for all the wrong reasons, that's your thing (but it's fail logic in the end either way). I imagine we could go back and forth all day about this but ain't worth it.
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arianefan Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm not sure which assumptions you're referring to since most of what I said was a repeating of the info you provided.  Do you feel insecure over hearing your own statements from a different point of view?

I couldn't help but notice that you didn't answer my question over whether you'd feel better if Ariane and Amy adhered to your standards (although it did seem like you might have been indicating that they'd be happier with their bodies if they did what you think they should do instead of what they think they should do).  You acknowledged that you couldn't care less about them, so does that mean you could care more?  You also didn't really explain why you prefer to carry disgust instead of concern, which is odd to me because it seems like feeling such intense negative emotion would have a negative impact on your life.  After all, if you feel disgust over what a stranger does to their body, what happens to you when you fall in to disagreement with an actual friend?

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:iconxy2kura:
*yawn* Really? You want to keep going over this?

I saw the pics of Ariane before she got a boob job, she looked just fine. And honey, I'm not the only one who thinks she over did it and am disgusted about it. It's just a matter of who speaks up on it and who doesn't. And no, I don't give a shit about em.

Are you slow? Or just trying to put me through a guilt trip? Cause it ain't working. The only time I would give a shit is like the article I posted earlier because that was a mom who had a child and screwed up views. She's taking away from her daughters life.

Also, I said all this b.s. way from a year ago. But that doesn't mean I'll forget about it. And also, while you want to mention about my disgusts towards a stranger, you can't sit there and claim to be little ms. perfect yourself. No one is. However, are you aware of the saying "your gut feeling is there for a reason?" and "usually all it takes is one look and know whether you like em or not?" Well, this is the case with me and her.

Now do us all a favor and go stick your head up their asses where they belong.
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arianefan Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You still can't seem to answer the questions.  Are you embarrassed of the answers? Ashamed?  Insecure?  Or just not self aware enough to know?  Or was your response a round-a-bout way of using sub text to answer in the affirmative?

I also find it interesting that despite feeling disgust over this subject matter you can't seem to let it go.  You mention going over it with Ariane and of course now with me, despite filling yourself with significant negative emotions as evidence by your choice of hyperbolic language and direct statements of admission.  Does participating in conversations and engaging with others that make you feel miserable some form of cathartic activity for you?  Is this a way of venting frustrations you have with your own life?  Or are you not walking away from these conversations feeling better than before you start them?

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