Over the years people tried to make some changes in their physical appearance in order to look more attractive. From plastic surgery to breast implants, people tried to modify every aspect of their physical feature to look beautiful. But sometimes these changes turned out to be a disaster. You may have heard a lot of stories of failed plastic surgeries or females regretting after their fake breasts implants. We are here with a story of a woman who was the biggest fake breasts in the world.
Plastic Surgery has become more appealing to the times and now, women are more willing to make possible changes in their bodies so that they could be more attractive. Most of the women get their inspiration from celebrities. As we know that celebs also have used plastic surgery. Whether it is Kylie Jenner expanding her lips, Nicki Minaj having Hip-widening surgery or many other celebs taking help of silicon fake breasts, the idea of plastic surgery has entertained many women across the globe.
And here, we are talking about a woman who decided to have the biggest fake breasts in the world. Mayra Hills, an adult model who is known by the name of ‘Beshine’, has the biggest breasts in the world. Each of her breasts weighs 9kgs which is 20lb each. The average breasts size is reportedly 34B but this woman expanded her breasts to the size of 32Z which is kinda shocking.
She says that before she decided to have breasts implants her breasts were A-cup size, which is modest. And now her chest is of the size of Z-cup. This German-born model has to face many difficulties on the daily basis because of her enormous chest.
She has to struggle a lot in public places to fit like in restaurants or while traveling. She says that it is hard for her to drive her car with such huge implants and also in public transports which doesn’t provide much free space.
And not just it, she has a trouble in finding clothes for herself as there are no clothing brands or companies that make clothing big enough to fit a Z-cup chest. Mayra also has to keep a spare pair of bra with herself, just in case.
"It is not easy, but those who seek shall find," she writes on her blog. "Tops must either be very big and wide or narrow, and very elastic. Pants and other bottoms I buy in ordinary shops. My bras are custom made by a tailor."
But despite all the difficulties she has to face, she is quite positive about her situation. “I can not hide it. I don’t want to hide. I attract attention. I’m different. Sometimes you hear a giggle, or just staring, sometimes negative words. Often women hate me.
Guys are mostly speechless or think I'm a porn actress." "But, I have no time for intolerant people so I'm not interested in those people's opinions. I do what I like. It would be boring if everyone were the same," she said, quite fairly.
All we can do is wish her luck with her future plans and pray that she always remains this positive!
world’s weirdest festivals are the kind of events in which people can gather and celebrate it with happiness, food and lot of interest. Each festival is good in its own way. People celebrate them with good enthusiasm. But there are some festivals which can send chills down your spine. Yes! Here we are talking about World’s Weirdest Festivals. After knowing about these festivals, one word will definitely be stuck your head, i.e WTF! So today we at No One Cares will show you these world’s weirdest festivals you will never wish to take part in them.
1. The Thaipusam Festival
This festival is known to be celebrated in the southern part of India. Thaipusam involves piercing of different parts of the body at an intense level. It is believed that the practitioners get more blessings that the pain they endure.
2. El Colacho
This festival is celebrated in the Spanish village of Castrillo de Murcia. The celebration occurs every year on the feast of Corpus Christi. In the celebration of the festival, any baby born in past 12 months is kept on the mattress on the street and the men take jumping over them.
3. Mud Festival
This festival is celebrated in the coastal town of Boryeong in South Korea. It is celebrated with music, inflatables, mud-dancing, and mud-wrestling.
4. Monkey Buffet Festival
This festival is celebrated in the month of November every year in Thailand. In this festival, people watch over 3000 monkeys feasting on fruits, vegetable, and other foods
5. La Tomatina
This festival is celebrated in Spain. You can also see this festival celebrated in the Bollywood movie “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobaara”. In this festival, people gather to complete a large food fight which involves hundreds of tons of overripe tomatoes.
6. Hadaka Matsuri
In this festival, the Japanese men wear diapers and run around considering it to be sacred. They are celebrating this festival from hundreds of year.
7. Hair Freezing Day
This festival is celebrated in Canada. It can be considered as one of the world’s weirdest festivals. In this festival, people freeze their hair in weird shapes using water and Frigid Canadian Air.
8. Night Of Radishes
This festival is basically celebrated in Mexico. It is celebrated every year before Christmas. In this festival, the vendors whip out radishes and sculpt them into interesting shapes.
9. The Bog Snorkeling Championship
This festival is celebrated in the UK. It is known to be one of the wildest races. Locals and visitors armed with snorkels and fins dive into the peat bog to complete the race.
10. Battle Of Oranges
This festival is celebrated every year in Italy. ThePeople Ivrea forms teams and recreates the1194 revolt against the king but this revolt doesn’t include weapons, they use only oranges.
11. The Viking Festival
This festival is celebrated every year in Iceland. The visitors from various parts of the world travel back in the time and convert themselves into Vikings.
12. Busó Festival – Mohács
This festival is being celebrated in Hungary from 18th Century. In this festival, men dress as Horned Devils or Busós to chase away the winter. They look terrifying but it is done for a good cause.
So these were some of the world’s weirdest festivals. Do you want to be the part of this festival? Share your views through the comments section below.