Bosom Buddy Commercial: “I had the Snoopy nose. I wanted the perky boobs!”

Ladies, let’s talk about your breasts.

The above is the opening line of the infomercial for Bosom Buddy. No, it’s not that 1980s TV series starring Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari, although their characters on the show might have benefited from it.

Bosom Buddy is an exercise device like Easy Curves that promises larger, firmer breasts. The Bosom Buddy is wishbone-shaped and every woman who pushes and pulls its handles wishes this thing will really work to give her bodacious ta-tas.

The most magical thing about the Easy Curves commercial, however, is not the product, but the line at 1:35:

“I had the Snoopy nose. I wanted the perky boobs!” may be the greatest testimonial ever uttered on a broadcast infomercial.

Not being an expert on mammary terminology, I don’t know if “Snoopy nose” is a common phrase used to describe a particular breast shape or if that woman just made it up herself.

All I know is that I’ll never read Peanuts the same way again.



  • 5 Responses to “Bosom Buddy Commercial: “I had the Snoopy nose. I wanted the perky boobs!””

  • Being a 16 year old girl with D cups…that ISN’T overweight…I’m worried I’ll need this one day in the future O.o

    The law of Karma tells me to not say anything too ru-lmao! XD

    I can’t help it – that’s just a way of trying to get flat chested women to buy products!

    Comment by Yami on February 6, 2010 at 2:08 pm

  • Being a lonely loser with mammary fixation, I wonder what Russ Meyer would have to say about such products!

    Comment by znkp on February 7, 2010 at 2:35 am

  • I have boobs and know many of my ilk. I have NEVER heard that phrase. And still wish I hadn’t.

    Comment by Monica Hamburg on February 8, 2010 at 11:14 pm

  • #3–agreed. I have never, ever heard “Snoopy nose” before. I think they made it up for the commercial.

    Comment by Canaduck on May 3, 2010 at 11:27 pm

  • I thought that they stopped trying to sell these things a long time ago, when women finally stopped falling for this bullshit.

    And I, as well, have never heard of ‘snoopy nose’.

    Comment by Lee-Lee o3o on September 11, 2010 at 5:43 pm