110 names for boobies! Hurray for boobs!

Firstly – lets start with what is a breast?

The breast is the tissue overlying the chest (pectoral) muscles.

Women’s breasts are made of specialized tissue that produces milk (glandular tissue) as well as fatty tissue. The amount of fat determines the size of the breast.

The milk-producing part of the breast is organized into 15 to 20 sections – called lobes.

Within each lobe are smaller structures, called lobules, where milk is produced. The milk travels through a network of tiny tubes called ducts. The ducts connect and come together into larger ducts, which eventually exit the skin in the nipple. The dark area of skin surrounding the nipple is called the areola.

Connective tissue and ligaments provide support to the breast and give it its shape. Nerves provide sensation to the breast.

The breast also contains blood vessels, lymph vessels, and lymph nodes.


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Photo credit: Saint Luke’s Health System


110 names for breasts

Let’s start with the scientific names:

1. Mammary Glands

2. Breasts


The Obvious names:

3. Boobs

4. Boobies

5. Tits


Some food-related names:

6. Fiery Biscuits (really!?)

7. Melons

8. Baps

9. Coconuts

10. Yorkshire Puddings

11. Bangers

12. Cream Pies


Katy Perry Cupcakes

13. Iced Gems

14. Bacon Hangers

15. Chips and Dips

16. Fried Eggs

17. Cantaloupes


Milky vibes:

18. Milkers

19. Milk Monsters

20. Milk jugs

21. Double Lattes.

Random celebrity names:

22. Brad Pitts

23. Danny Devitos


Double acts:

24. The Twins

25.  Mary-Kate and Ashley

26. Phil and Lil

27. Minnie and Mickey

28. The Mitchell Brothers

29. Pinky and Perky

30. Mario and Luigi

31. Ant and Dec


Animal names:

32. Puppies

33. Snuggle pups

34. Cat Flaps

35. Elephant Ears

36. Udders

37. Spaniel’s Ears

38. Mosquito Bites


Cute names:

39. Noogies

40. Buds

41. Lills

42. ‘The Girls’

43. Snuggle pups

44. Bips

Miscellaneous names:

45. Chebblies

46. Chebs

47.Tig Ol Bitties 

48. Chesticles

49. Maracas

50. Norks

51. Wabs

52. Funbags

53. Slammers

53. Cans

54. Waps

55. Tatas

56. Bazoombas

57. Breasticles

58. Bazookas

59. Ironing board

60. Bristol Cities

61. Cha-chas

62. Bosoms

63. Jubblies

64. Charlies

65. Juganauts

66. Peaks

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67. Knockers

68. Rack

69. Shelf

70. Dongles

71. Nunga Nungas

72. Wangers

73. Swingers

74. Air-bags

75. Tatty Bo Jangles

76. Honker Honkers

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77. Cans

78. Babylons

79. Bubbalas

80. Nipple Holsters

81. Life Savers

82. Buoyancy aids

83. Orbs

84. Bongos

85. Watties

86. Bouncers

87. Wagons

88.  Built in stress balls.

89. Shoulder Boulders

90. Hooters

91. Muchachas

92. Tube Sock Tiddies

93. Golden Globes.

94. Jubblies.

95. Nunga nungas.

96. Pinch pots.

97. Headlamps.

98. Hindenburgs.

99. Honkerburgers.

100. Tittaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyysssssssss!

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Grim names:

101. Man boobs

102. Fleshy Mounds

103. Upper Bollocks

104. TB’s (Top Bollocks)

105. Dirty Pillows

Could your dirty bedsheets be causing your breakouts?

106. Naughty Pillows

107. Two old socks

108. Mud Flaps

109. Wank deposit

110. Chest butt.


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Also remember to self examine and look after yourself and your boobs!


What are the signs of breast cancer?

The earlier breast cancer is diagnosed, the better the chance of successful treatment. So it’s important to check your breasts regularly.


There are many different signs and symptoms of breast cancer, so checking your breasts for any unusual change is important.

Common breast cancer signs and symptoms include:

  • Rash, crusting or changes to the nipple.
  • A lump or swelling in the breast, upper chest or armpit. You might feel the lump, but not see it..
  • Any unusual discharge from either nipple.
  • Changes in the size or shape of the breast.

Pain in your breasts is not normally a sign of breast cancer, but it can be if it is associated with other symptoms.

While most pain is not a symptom, it’s important to look out for any pain that is unusual and persists over a period of time.

Noticing an unusual change like these doesn’t necessarily mean you will get breast cancer, but it’s important to get checked out if you are worried.

Checking your breasts only takes a few minutes and there’s no special technique and you don’t need training to check your breasts, but remember to check the whole breast area, including your upper chest and armpits.


Click here for NHS help and facts on breast cancer awareness.

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For more about breasts click here to learn about combine breastfeeding and all sorts of names for different shapes and sizes!

For products to help with breast feeding: Jessie Bakes Lactation Mix/products for nursing mamas!

For products to help the skin both in pregnancy and after: Bemama – product review.

Also check your vagina too!: 20 Facts on vaginas PLUS #smearforsmear help and facts.


Remember we’re all different and are made in all shapes and sizes.

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15 thoughts on “110 names for boobies! Hurray for boobs!

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  1. Who knew there were so many names for boobs! Great post, it is so important that we check them regularly.


  2. Wow! I had no clue most of these names even existed! I got a good laugh with a few of them! It’s really great that your spreading awareness about these topics.


  3. Wow! I didn’t know most of those alternative names, but what a great attention grabber to then promote awareness! SO SO important! Thanks for sharing!


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