bouncers
   the breasts of an adult woman
   A male vulgarism, not of rubber balls, but from the pendulous tendency of breasts when unsupported:
    'Look at the bouncers on that one.' Hosbach smacked his lips, eyeing the new girl. (R. Moss, 1987)

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