KU Boobs Twitter Account Shows Many Boobs, Gains Popularity

KU Boobs Twitter Account Shows Many Boobs, Gains Popularity
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Genius idea: girls wearing college shirts and showing their cleavage.

Yup, that’s all it takes to sell- as some Kansas University students came to quickly realize when their Twitter page blew up after they showed dozens upon dozens of photos of KU cuties showcasing the best of their breasts.

Here are some of our favorites. Boobies, boobies, boobies.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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