National Geographic’s Taboo Full Of Man-Babies, Triple K Breasts and Doll Obsessed Families

TV / May 4, 2011

My obsession with National Geographic’s Taboo might be considered just that, taboo.

No, I’m not talking about the board game where you get a buzzer and fire an obnoxious noise into an opponent’s ear.

I’m talking about a show that is fittingly on National Geographic about the fascinating, shocking, and loony things people do in their (private) lives.

Since there was a marathon on Monday night, I will catalogue my three favorite segments:

3.) The Texas woman with size Triple K breasts, that’s right, A-B-C-D-E-F-G-H-I-J-K! If you can’t picture that, the calm and collected narrator described them as the size of regulation basketballs (hard to resist making an NBA joke here).




Caroline Cullen
Caroline Cullen
Caroline Cullen is currently obsessed with Dirty Shirleys, Pauly D's pecks, and Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares on BBC.



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  • Sam

    Great article, the only comment I would like to point out: Cosplaying is actually when any individual dresses as any character from a fictional animation or comic, it isn’t specific to anime girls. If someone were to go to Comic-con dressed as batman, that would still be Cosplay. “Crossplay” is a slang term for when someone crossdresses as a character of a different gender.

  • Jacqy Law

    How have I NOT heard of this show before? Makes the girl who likes to eat couch cushions, well, kind of normal.

  • tracy

    pretty creative stuff, but nothing suprise me. if you love it i have to love it to, what ever it is, and i know who ever is watching, they love it too, or they wouldnt be watching…………………much love to yazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzs.

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