Torpedo tits

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What does Torpedo tits mean?

The true meaning of torpedo tits is still unclear, with as many definitions to it, as many people you ask about it. On one hand, the expression can be used to refer to breasts that have huge nipples and areola, covering most of the breasts themselves.

We can see plenty of them on National Geographic documentaries, shot in Africa, where tribesmen (or more like tribeswomen) don’t cover their bosom.

Another sense it may carry – and this might be the original one – comes from the 50’s of the last century, when women’s fashion said, the most attractive breasts are the ones pointing forward.

We may see plenty of photographs featuring women in bras that make their breasts point sometimes even upwards, if not forward.

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Origin of the term

The origins of the phrases are shrouded in mystery, but we may easily deduct how the creators have come up with it. For the firm and pointy torpedo tits it is no wonder, the name was given.

With World War II, plenty of men have seen torpedoes – these destructive sub nautical warheads, propelling ever onwards. When these men have been presented to the pointy breasts, they must have been taken back to the ships of the Pacific.

The other sense lies in the shape of the torpedo: the warhead, covering most of the body, just like the areola covering the most of the breast.

Spread of the term

Torpedo tits have been in use since the 50’s. The first Urban Dictionary entry was made about it in 2003.

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