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Friday, March 22, 2013

Mizzou Boobs! These Girls Wear School Spirit on Their Chests (PHOTOS)

Posted By on Fri, Mar 22, 2013 at 8:13 AM

Pride. More boobs below. - VIA TWITTER
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  • Pride. More boobs below.

There's a growing "Boobment" in America -- and it's alive and well in Missouri, even if the Tigers (who lost unceremoniously last night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament) are not. Like all great social movements these days, it's based mostly on Twitter virality. And boobs. If you're not familiar with the Boobment -- what is wrong with you?! -- it's this thing that started in Kansas where gals show their school pride via their anonymous selfie cleavage shots, which popular Twitter accounts (unless, ya know, you're Wash. U.) blast out for the whole world to see.

In honor of March Sadness last night, we decided we can no longer ignore Mizzou Boobs, the semi-horrifying Twitterer with more than 10,000 followers. Based on the frequent activity, we get the sense that the folks behind are really -- forgive us -- milking the Boobment for all it's worth.

We've chosen the best nurse-your-hangover submissions for your viewing pleasure below.

(Daily RFT recently asked the creators of Mizzou Boobs if they wanted to comment, and they said they would if they could remain anonymous. Though after we sent them five or so questions -- which, we admit, might have included the word "feminism" -- we didn't hear back. But that doesn't mean they're not there, doing their thang.)

Though we imagine no amount of cleavage barely covered in black and gold fabric can erase the loss of the mighty Tigers, we give you, without further ado, Mizzou Boobs -- and all the different varieties the local Boobment has sparked (potentially sorta NSFW):

7. Just Boobs Just classic boobs and hands.

Continue for more Mizzou Boobs.

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