Just In Case Megan Fox Doesn’t Already Make You Feel Bad About Yourself, Leslie Mann Assures Us She Has ‘Great Boobs’

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I guess if I was going to have any actress feel me up, I'd want it to be Leslie Mann.  But she might compare my boobs to those of Megan Fox, in which there probably is no comparison.  In This is 40, Mann and Fox have a scene where the elder actress admires the perky, perfect rack of Megan Fox.  Because Megan Fox doesn't make women everywhere feel just a little bit crappy about ourselves to begin with.

“Megan just has great boobs,” Mann confessed to Yahoo! Movies. “Better boobs than I’ve ever seen in my life.”


Sigh.  While Google Images has assured me that both the nose and chesticles of Megan Fox are most likely surgically enhanced, I don't have the kind of money and balls it must takes to transform yourself into every teenage boy's wet dream.  Shucks!

This is 40 wasn't all tits and games, however, as Mann's motherly instincts kicked in while she was basking in the glow of Fox's grapefruits:

“I feel very protective of younger actresses because it was so hard for me in the business,” she said of Fox, 26. “I wanted to get it over [with] as quickly as possible, because I knew it was uncomfortable for her, probably – or maybe not.  But just in that situation I knew there were a lot of dirty boys around having weird, gross fantasies  And so I wanted to get her shirt back on as quickly as possible.”

This might just be the last time anyone catches a glimpse of Megan Fox in the buff, since she claims motherhood has given her a completely different perspective on nude scenes in movies.

I would love to do a follow-up piece to this 14 years down the line, where we interview the children of Kendra Wilkinson, Alyssa Milano, Denise Richards, Kate Winslet and others who have proudly displayed their boobage for the world to see in the past.  I'm not saying I think there's anything wrong with that, but if I knew the entire male population had admired my mom's funbags at one point, I'd be going to therapy a lot more often than I already am.


(photo: WENN)