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The Roll: Humungous Hooters are No Longer an Impediment to Sleeping On Your Stomach

Have you ever looked at a woman like Pamela Andersen or Dolly Parton and said to yourself in pity, “I bet she finds it impossible to sleep on her stomach”?

Apparently the makers of The Roll “patent-pending chest support pillow” have not only thought about that problem, but they have actually produced a product that allows women with massive ta-tas to comfortably lie on their stomachs:

“Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman” as the song says. I wonder how may ladies considering breast augmentation surgery have ever given thought to the effect it might have on the pleasurability of their massages. Now with The Roll they do not have to make the difficult choice between enjoying relaxing back rubs and rocking bodacious boobies.

A round and firm thank you to reader Joshua H. for letting us know about The Roll.

Comments

  • 3 Responses to “The Roll: Humungous Hooters are No Longer an Impediment to Sleeping On Your Stomach”

  • Mark the Massage Therapist sounds appallingly sleazy. If I were a woman I’m not sure I’d trust any breast-related product advertised by a man who ends his sentences in a voice that low.

    It doesn’t help that he appears to be smirking, either.

    Comment by Robert B on September 2, 2010 at 10:06 am

  • As a woman I’ve long wondered how to get a product that allows me to sleep on my stomach more easily. I’m not even excessively endowed, so this isn’t a problem only for women with “humongous hooters”. That said, I’m not really into buying crappy foam pillows off of infomercials–and if the solution is that easy, I can go get a couple of them myself.

    Comment by Canaduck on September 14, 2010 at 9:04 pm

  • Is it just me or does Christine’s under shirt seem to glow in the dark… I don’t know why, but this just makes me want to buy glow in the dark clothing XD

    Comment by Globalastro on July 5, 2011 at 5:32 am

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