UPDATE: Gazonga Outrages BabyTalk Readers

Zulkey agrees with the outrage over a giant breast gracing the cover of BabyTalk.

“Nobody should be forced to see something so disgusting and sexual. I prefer that the boobies on my magazine covers come the natural, Christian way. That is, kind of covered:”

Examples of the more acceptable ways to show breasts on magazine covers follow.

Consumers upset over the display of breasts on their free magazine have a variety of proactive options to choose, including from averting their eyes, writing letters of complaint, and moving to Afghanistan. After all, there’s no use crying over spilled milk.

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