'But this brunette kid, Molly, is the nuts. What a pair of bubbies! High and pointed - and that ain't no cupform either, brother; that's God.
I wish to Christ that kraut Bruno would bust a blood vessel some day, bending them horseshoes. Goddamn, that Molly kid's got legs like a racehorse. Maybe I could give her one jump and then blow the show. Jesus, it would be worth it, to get into that.'
I will never come back. For the white bubbies and the silk stockings of your Actresses excite my genitals. —Dr Johnson: the original of his remark on visiting Garrick backstage, as told by Hume to Boswell. In his Life Boswell rephrased it more decently to mention bosoms and amorous propensities.
"The reverend lover with surprise Peeps in her bubbies and her eyes, And kisses both, and tries--and tries. The evening in this hellish play, Beside his guineas, thrown away, Provoked the priest to that degree, He swore, 'The fault is not in me. Your damned close-stool so near my nose, Your dirty smock, and stinking toes Would make a Hercules as tame As any beau that you can name.'"
-Lady Montagu, The Reasons that Induced Dr S to write a Poem called The Lady's Dressing Room. 1734