By Scott Hirschheimer

I know what you must be thinking. Who in their right mind would come up with combining these two things? Well, it’s on the table. BT Laboratories analyst, Ian Pearson has come up with the idea of adding a built-in MP3 player into breast implants. He states, “if a woman has something implanted permanently, it might as well be useful.” How right he is.

So how will this technology work? Pearson suggests inserting the MP3 player into one breast and the storage chip into the other. This all would be controlled with wirelessBluetooth technology. All we can think of is: how do you turn up the volume or change tracks?

Just imagine the awkward moments that MP3 breast implants would cause. What if you are sitting at a bar and all of a sudden you hear music coming from the woman’s breasts sitting next to you. I’ll let your imagination finish the rest of the scenario.

This technology could be available within the next 15 years. Anyone think this is actually a good idea? I’d like to know everyone’s opinion on this topic.

Contact with your thoughts.


  1. So I guess you would have to turn your nipple to turn up the volume and maybe push it twice to skip to the next track or something……
    I think this is ridiculous, you would have to see a surgeon to expand your memory instead of just walking into a store and ask for memory cards….

  2. i think it’s a weird idea…

    what about breast feeding? would this affect the milk glands? what if it were malfunction and break?

    yeah, and the battery thing is a good question.

  3. next on mission impossible…
    Angelina Jolie has programmed her tits to launch missile strikes on the foreign counter intelligence’s chief of staff!

  4. And for the lazy bastards here, we will be introducing a model with a remote actuator, so you can diddle your wife’s breasts from across the room, with your (ahem) joystick.

    Imagine her “delight.”

  5. how will this thing be powered?

    maybe another good option would be a bluetooth memory-stick instead of a mp3 player.
    so you can?t forget to take your memory stick with you. should be password protected but could connect to any computer with a bluetooth adapter.