Oh, These? My Boobies?
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Oh These? My Boobies? is a copypasta in which a woman refers to her breasts with increasingly vulgar and outlandish descriptions. The full copypasta reads, "oh these? my boobies? my massive fucking tiddies? my super stuffed up milkies? my honker donker doinky boinkies? my fucking fabric stretching wind flapping gravity welling sex mounds? do you mean these super duper ultra god damn motherfucking tits?" The copypasta has been applied to several large-chested characters in popular media, particularly video game and anime, and used as a caption on image macros and in voiceover parodies of characters.
On July 31st, 2020, Twitter user @Takamoom posted the "Oh these? My boobies?" copypasta alongside artwork of Uzaki-chan, gaining over 290 retweets and 1,100 likes (shown below).
The copypasta appeared in an incomplete form on Twitter on August 1st, 2020 from users @PristineHell and @AmazonPosition (example shown below). Neither saw significant retweets or likes.
The trend of voicing the copypasta started with voiceover artist GothMei, who popularized My Little Pogchamp with their Ryūko Matoi dub. All of GothMei's social media has been deleted. However, an iFunny post dated August 15th, 2020 credited to GothMei features the artwork of Uzaki-chan artwork and GothMei reading the copypasta. The post gained over 12,000 likes (YouTube repost shown below).
The copypasta went on to be applied to several large-chested characters in anime and video games over the following year. In 2020, Twitter user @BasedAmiya posted an example featuring Dorothea from Fire Emblem: Three Houses (shown below, left). On October 8th, Twitter user @spadesender made a variation featuring Lisa Minci from Genshin Impact.
On February 26th, 2021, YouTuber Miles Langerman uploaded a video featuring Mythra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 reading the copypasta, gaining over 10,000 views (shown below, left). On October 11th, 2020, YouTuber Teathink Privilegewisdom posted an example featuring Vegeta from Dragon Ball, gaining over 78,000 views (shown below, right).
 Twitter – @PristineHell
 Twitter – @AmazonPosition
 Twitter – @basedamiya
 Twitter – @spadesender
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