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From Wall Street Journal :: “A Decollete Subject: Forget plunging necklines. According to the Baltimore Sun, the new focus has shifted to the southern bosom — i.e., to the revealing glimpses coming from below made possible by bare midriffs, scarf tops or tiny, cut-off T-shirts. But […]

From Wall Street Journal :: “A Decollete Subject: Forget plunging necklines. According to the Baltimore Sun, the new focus has shifted to the southern bosom — i.e., to the revealing glimpses coming from below made possible by bare midriffs, scarf tops or tiny, cut-off T-shirts. But going for the “under-cleavage” is not without its hazards, according to Woody Thompson, co-creator of VH1’s “Pop Up Video.” “With cleavage,” he told the Sun, “you fear bending down at the buffet and showing too much. But with the bottom-cleave, do you have to worry about leaning back? Can you catch the bouquet at a wedding?”

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