Rodial Limited, meet the Streisand Effect...

... Streisand Effect, meet Rodial Limited

As this story outlines, Rodial Ltd, manufacturers of an expensive "boob job" gel, are attempting to stifle scientific comment through the use of UK libel laws.

Good luck with that

It is highly unlikely that this product, "boob job" by Rodial Ltd, works as claimed.

Here's the original Daily Fail article upon which the case is being based.

posted @ Thursday, November 11, 2010 11:30 AM


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# re: Rodial Limited, meet the Streisand Effect...

Left by Twinarp at 11/11/2010 11:56 AM
Here is an extraordinary claim.

"This cream will increase your bust size"

Please show us some extraordinary evidence to support this claim because I doubt that any cream can increase any woman's bust size. I wonder what would happen if a man used it? What if they rub it on their face, arms, genitalia? If it increases boobs, why not all parts? Does the cream know where it is being rubbed?

Any wonder that they go straight for the 'threat' of libel? Show us real, consistent results, then sue whoever says it doesn't work, NOT the other way round.

# re: Rodial Limited, meet the Streisand Effect...

Left by Jason at 11/11/2010 11:59 AM
This page now includes the words "cream" "breasts". "genitalia" and "rubbed".

Where's Dave The Happy Singer? Shouldn't he be here by now?

# re: Rodial Limited, meet the Streisand Effect...

Left by Dave The Happy Singer at 11/11/2010 1:11 PM

I'm here!

"cream", "breasts". "genitalia", and "rubbed"...

I gotta say, this blog post does not work as claimed...

# re: Rodial Limited, meet the Streisand Effect...

Left by Lucas Randall at 11/14/2010 10:52 PM
Ahh crap!

I accidentally used the breast enlargement cream instead of toothpaste, and now I think my teeth are bigger than before!

On the plus side, by wife's breasts are much whiter and shinier than they were, since apparently she made the opposite mistake.

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