The use of female breasts for comedy, rather than (or in addition to) Fanservice. Although motherly characters are often given large chests, it is more common for the chest to be a cartoonish exaggeration (even within the context of the series) on a funny character for the purposes of physical humor. This even applies to a character who is otherwise very boyish-looking.
This trope takes a different flavor depending on the age of the woman. A voluptuous young lady lends herself to the usual sex jokes, or the occasional top-heavy Cute Clumsy Girl that knocks things over and smacks people with her twins when she turns around; an Apron Matron or Grande Dame will have huge breasts to make her look imposing and frumpy, with any slapstick involving them serving to undercut her humorless attitude; and with an old lady (especially a Dirty Old Woman or Abhorrent Admirer) you're treated to the Fan Disservice of saggy, deflated breasts that hang down to her waist. And then there's the old standby of putting the top-heavy lady in flattering cow-print clothing that shows off the goods, just to get men eager to 'try some straight from the tap'.
See also Buxom Beauty Standard, Hidden Buxom, Navel-Deep Neckline, Jiggle Physics, Breast Expansion, Most Common Superpower, and Springs, Springs Everywhere, as sometimes this trope is used as a cartoony trampoline.
- Abunai Sisters is mostly about the titular sisters using their enormous, jiggling breasts to solve problems. Their Spider-Sense takes the form of their boobs vibrating and beeping, and they also have Breast Expansion as a superpower. Other times, the perverted villain Matsumoto gets thwarted because he can't help ogling their chest.
- Haruka Gracia from Basquash! has a pair of gargantuan spherical breasts (it's a show about basketballs) dubbed "lunar bust". Supposedly, due to the low gravity of the moon, women who've lived there long enough developed enormous, sphere-shaped breasts. Most of the comedy revolves around the reactions of other characters, which is usually astonishment. Though for the men astonishment is mixed with lust and for the ladies, astonishment is mixed with jealousy.
- Bleach: Urahara tricks Orihime into wearing a rather stripperiffic version of her old Hueco Mundo outfit, telling her that it will cheer up Ichigo. Sado realizes that Ichigo is very flustered, so he decides to ask him what he thinks of her clothing. While Ichigo tries to avoid focusing on it, a very embarrassed Orihime attempts to cover the big Cleavage Window... and Urahara slyly observes the dress is designed for her boobs to pop out the sides, should she try that. Yoruichi's Dynamic Entry into the scene consists of her thrusting her hand through the center of Orihime's breasts to correct the dress's position back on Orihime's chest, and then to scold Ichigo for not having a suitable reaction to the plight Urahara has obviously inflicted upon Orihime. As this happens, Urahara thinks to himself "It's Worth It."
- Done once, but otherwise Subverted in Boing Ninja. The titular female ninja has breasts the size of her head, so conversations and situations set up expectations for these jokes, but aside from them once ruining her attempts at camouflaging in a wall, she is simply a supremely-skilled and adaptable ninja who can catch bullets and clone herself...though she did forget her sword and failed to sharpen it.
- Booty Royale: Never Go Down Without a Fight!: Main character Haebaru Misora is officially a K-cup: her breasts have never actually stopped growing, so she's marketed as a K-cup but they've actually gone all the way up to M. In one chapter she gets a gig to smash a watermelon with only her breasts for a variety show act, and succeeds—much to her relief, since she took the job to get an endorsement deal for a brand of imported sports bras that actually fit her.
- Subverted in Canaan with the waitress Yunyun and her impressive "meat buns". Turns out that she was actually flat-chested and was stuffing her shirt with actual meat buns in order to impress her clients.
- In Case Closed, Conan has found himself hugged or clutched to Ran's chest more than once. Another time he wakes up to find himself tucked into his mom's chest.
- City Hunter has a variant: Kaori has legitimately large breasts, but the humor comes from her being compared to women with an even larger bust (the one who's a teenager nearly sends her into an Heroic BSoD).
- In Cyber Team in Akihabara, the very first time we meet one of the main antagonists, Blood Falcon, it involves the main character running headlong into her breasts...which she describes as "spheres" at first, not immediately realizing they're boobs since they take up about 3/4 of the screen.
- Fairy Tail: Lampshaded at one point. While Lucy's breasts aren't unrealistically big they are notably large, perhaps more so than most or any of the other female characters (which is really saying something). While under the influence of a body swap spell, Gray switches places with Lucy, whereupon his first action is to lose his balance, nearly falling face-first into a table. He spends the rest of the episode complaining of back pain.
- Tiffania Westwood of The Familiar of Zero, dubbed by Saito as "the big-breasted fairy who saved my life". They are the source of many jokes, such as people wondering if they are real. In the Sleipnir Ball (in the anime), she masquerades as Saito; Louise initially thinks that the person she sees is Saito, but upon looking a bit down, she sees a huge chest, because apparently the magic doesn't remove Tiffania's chest size.
- There is an inversion in Flame of Recca. Yanagi has a flat chest and she's not really happy about it. Then they discover a Madogu that can erase anything. When Domon jokingly asks, "Can it erase Yanagi's breasts?", the answer is "You can't erase what doesn't exist!" Cue Domon getting comically beaten up by Recca while Yanagi is lamenting on her lack of breasts.
- It's done in the very first episode of HeartCatch Pretty Cure! to Tsubomi, who, like most other Pretty Cure protagonists, is quite flat. When Chypre and Coffret arrive on Earth, they're forced to hide when Sasorina shows up looking for them. They do so by hiding in Tsubomi's shirt, giving Tsubomi a massive chest. Sasorina is not pleased with the sight. The gag is replayed somewhat when Potpourri first meets Itsuki; however, he hides in her shirt around her stomach, causing Tsubomi and Erika to gawk at Itsuki's now massive stomach.
- Ukraine from Hetalia: Axis Powers, who is recognized by the sound of her breasts in one episode. She is mentioned as having very stiff shoulders and back due to the weight of them (also, according to Russia in the English dub, her Gag Boobs are real since she's not rich enough to get implants). She is Ukraine though; it only seems natural that she would have vast tracts of land. But to repeat that: her breasts have their own sound effect (which sounds like a large rubber ball bouncing), and fan community.
- Hyper Breast Girl Rikako-chan takes Gag Boobs to its most extreme level, effectively a parody, with a title character so well-endowed that she defies belief. She's a teenage girl who has perfectly round, cartoonishly overinflated breasts that are over two meters in diameter according to dialogue. She's incredibly boastful and downright arrogant about it; there is rarely a scene where she isn't puffing up her chest with all her might, and she stops people on the street and asks them if they're impressed by her comically huge breasts. When her boss makes the mistake of trying to guess her size and "lowballing" it, Rikako gets insulted, arrogantly sticks out her chest at him, and exclaims that she hasn't been "that small" since she was in elementary school... prompting an image of a preteen Rikako with breasts bigger than basketballs.
- The manga Jimi Joshi x Osekkai Danshi, revolves around an Office Lady whose giant boobs (that she's embarrassed of) keep getting her in mishaps with her male coworker.
- Komi Can't Communicate: Agari Himiko has the largest bust out of all the girls in the series. Any joke that doesn't involve her being Too Kinky to Torture or a Nervous Wreck will likely involve her enormous rack (such as being given "lots of art points" during the mixed obstacle race in the Sports Festival).
- Miyuki Takara, the moe meganekko of Lucky Star, is a lot more endowed than most of her classmates (even more so than the hot teacher Nanako Kuroi), providing fuel for an occasional gag or two, usually from Konata Izumi. For instance, when Konata and the others are discussing what kind of Animal Motifs they would have, Izumi remarks that Miyuki would be a cow due to her generously sized milk-suppliers.
- Mune-Mune from Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (whose name literally means "boobs") has most of her appearance in the series as gags involving her large breasts. Her breasts bounce wildly in numerous situations and the main character, Sasshi, usually turns into a blubbering idiot whenever he gets a good view of them. On several occasions, Sasshi finds himself accidentally touching them. All the boob gags with Sasshi take an awkward turn when it's revealed that she's his grandmother (currently deceased in his own world), whose presence and youth in all of the alternate realities is an integral part of the complicated backstory that only gets revealed in the final episode.
- Takeru always seems to either end up with his face in Haruko's breasts, or with his hands on them — to the point of it becoming a Running Gag.
- Chacha has a habit of teasing Takeru by groping Haruko in front of him, such as in chapter 26, when he offers to replace two orders of spilled milk for her. Chacha jokes that if he wants milk]], he can get it from Haruko by pulling her blouse open. However, she doesn't realize that Haruko isn't wearing a bra.
- The anime and manga of Maoyu get plenty of comedic lineage from the Demon Queen's huge rack. Case in point, in her introductory scene she's shown politely curtsying to the Hero as she greets him while the camera focuses on her breasts bouncing, and then she proceeds to prove that she's the Demon Queen by showing the mark in one of them, much to the Hero's embarrassment.
- With a few exceptions, almost every female character in the Monster Musume universe has a noticeable bust, with Centorea Shianus having the largest rack of the main cast. Cerea's funbags have been the subject of many jokes within the series, which regularly milks the comedy potential for all their worth.
- The My-HiME franchise: Tokiha Mai from My-HiME doesn't have the biggest rack in the show, but it attracts the most jokes. She can't go an episode in the early part of the series without someone's hand or face landing in her boobs, especially when Mikoto decides that it's okay to plant her face in them and nuzzle. In public.
- Okusan is about Kyouko, a Happily Married housewife with breasts larger than her head, and is basically "Boob-Based Gag: the manga". The majority of the humor in the series comes from the many awkward situations involving Kyouko's large breasts. Most characters that meet her for the first time are in awe of their size; they bounce a lot, to the point where characters can't help but notice; and being a bit of a klutz, she's always bumping them into people and things.
- Persona 4: The Animation has Kashiwagi's introduction, where she first enters the classroom boobs first, even pausing just to give them a chance to bounce, before entering properly. Yu even quietly notes that she is very well-endowed.
- Pokémon: In Pokémon: The Original Series episode "Beauty and the Beach", Team Rocket's James, while in drag, infamously had realistic, massive gag boobs in swimwear, and flaunted them in front of Misty. The episode was banned internationally.
- Record of Ragnarok: Aphrodite's breasts are so huge that she often has servants hold them up and keep them out of the way. While watching a fight, a Kung-Fu Sonic Boom makes her breasts fly up and block her vision.
- Saki: Nodoka's absolutely huge bust size makes her the target of many breast-related jokes.
Yuuki: And Nodo-chan is hiding tiles in her boobs!
Nodoka: I am not!
- In an episode of Sailor Moon, the Sailor Soldiers are all arguing about who should play the lead in the school play. Jupiter argues that she should because her breasts are the biggest, and then asks Mars if she wants to compare sizes. The DiC dub attempted to censor it by having her say that she had the most talent, but still pointing at her chest.
- Hinata Aki's swimsuit scene on Sgt. Frog is marked by air raid sirens and flashing red lights ("WARNING!" "DYNAMITE!!"). Even the mecha-mom robot Kululu based on her has a huge rack, but then again Kululu did manage to watch her bathing in the shower multiple times to get the exact measurements, so this actually makes sense.
- Naga from Slayers has breasts that match her personality: bizarre, flamboyant, and overly proud of themselves. She's a parody of all those Stripperiffic fantasy sorceresses, so that's only to be expected. There's a scene where she's trying to traverse a very narrow ledge overlooking a steep precipice. Awkward hilarity ensues.
- Plenty of the comedy of Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! comes from the titular protagonist's huge rack. For starters, her Iconic Outfit is a Fun T-Shirt with the words "Sugoi Dekai" (which roughly translates into "Super Huge"), and she often falls victim to Thanks for the Mammary and Marshmallow Hell. At one point, another girl sees her breasts while changing into a swimsuit and is visibly horrified, her exact thoughts being "Those things are weapons!".
- Masane in the anime version of Witchblade — her name is perfectly normal, but she quickly gains the nickname Masa-mune, literally "invincible breasts", after one man's drunken stammer. The name sticks because of her proportions. In the English dub, it's "Melonie". Get it?
- Doronjo in the original Yatterman series. Her breasts are often used for gags such as smacking her goons in the face or when she's wrapped in some rings which cinch her like a corset. More rare in the 2008 remake.
- Played for Laughs and drama in Mother's Milk's backstory in The Boys. His mother was a stereotypical overweight black woman with large breasts as a result of it, and her first appearance is in one of M.M.'s baby photos with him happily ogling them. His Origin Story is that her workplace was once a Compound V refinery and they suffered mutations and birth defects as a result of it. M.M. gained superpowers at the cost of continuously needing her breast milk to survive, and she's noticeably heavier at the end of his flashback. When Hughie visits her in the present day, she's mutated into a fleshy Blob Monster with prehensile tentacle-like breasts that she force-feeds him with, explaining why M.M. could never watch snake documentaries without throwing up.
- In one issue of ElfQuest, Leetah heals a young human girl who's suffering from a serious illness. In thanks, the girl's mother gives Leetah one of the girl's dresses, since Leetah's own clothes were torn to shreds in an earlier incident. The dress fits well enough in most ways since the tribe of elves that Leetah comes from are about half human size. Still, the little girl is a little girl, and Leetah is a grown woman, a mother, and unusually buxom for an elf. Unsurprisingly, her boobs get squished, which is a source of quiet amusement for both Leetah and the human mother.
- Manifest: Protagonist Tessa Theus is very, very busty, even for your average superheroine. Other characters often make jokes about her size. When she eats at a cafeteria run by orphaned kids, this dialogue ensues:
Naseem: By the look on their faces, the kids were more than happy to open after hours for you! You have something that... captures their attention!Tessa: They giggled when I asked for milk! It serves me right, I guess! (I really love milk though!)
- Amusingly parodied in one of Jhonen Vasquez's Meanwhile strips, which features a pair of dimension-hopping travelers arriving in a parody superhero universe, who end up fighting two heroes there: a man so enormously overmuscled that he can't lift his own arms, and a woman whose breasts are so ridiculously huge, especially in proportion to her stick-thin body, that all it takes to defeat her is tapping her in the forehead, causing the weight of her breasts to literally break her back, the top half of her body falling to the ground, and her head being immediately crushed to a pulp when her breasts land on it.
- Power Girl. She's never been depicted as being "average" in size, or even average in comparison to her Most Common Superpower superheroine compatriots, having universally been shown as having breasts noticeably larger than her peers. Jokes, comments and whole issues have been literally built around her breasts. With the exception of Mighty Endowed, a Joke Character, she's never been out-sized — even characters like Lady Death, ostensibly created just for breast-size and little else, at most equal her depending on the artist. Basically, Power Girl is the gold standard for Gag Boobs in DC Comics and comics in general.
- Starfire has no nudity taboo, and has little need for clothing, being able to survive in space, so her costume is bikini-like, that's if she's wearing clothes. In Teen Titans, Terra I infamously referred to her as "balloon bod", and in Starfire (2015), her buxomness and men's fixation on it is Played for Laughs a couple of times:
Stella: [after Starfire wears her office shirt with a Navel-Deep Neckline] I swear, what is with you trying to release the hounds all the time?
Stella: Kori, your boobs. They have a certain power here on our planet. They make men act stupid.
Starfire: How can I make men act smarter?
Stella: Just by covering them.
Starfire: The men or the boobs?
- In Anchor Foal, it's explained that mares with unusually full tails occupy roughly this trope-space in Equestrian literature (since ponies don't display visible breasts unless pregnant or nursing). Discord asks Harem Fantasy what happens when the mare with the unusually full tail is the main character, and Harem admits that she doesn't know because that never happens in Equestrian literature.
- In Daphne's Surprise, Daphne's father tricks Dobby into giving her and Harry a bottle of doctored champagne as a prank. Daphne's D-cups expand into F-cups, while Harry ends up with a penis that almost touches the floor.
- A Green Dragon's Hoard: Manami is barely over a meter tall but has breasts larger than her head. More than one character is shocked by this, with the occasional joke about how she hasn't broken her spine carrying them around.
- One fan-artist popularized the Anthropomorphic Personification of the school bus from The Magic School Bus as a woman with large breasts. She's quite busty. Quite a few jokes are related to the fact.
- Total Drama Legacy has Storm, whose giant tits (or as she insistently calls them, her "sha-boobies") are the source of many jokes.
- Voyages of the Wild Sea Horse focuses on the Kamikaze Pirates, a crew full of big-breasted girls (and boys who turn into big-breasted girls), whose busts are used for equal parts fanservice and comedy. Whilst Ranma Saotome's bustiness was used for the occasional gag in his native series, the author's main defence for using this trope and its subtropes is that One Piece is likewise full of ridiculously top-heavy women.
- In Worm: More Than Meets the Eye, the corporate-sponsored heroine Lightshow has utterly massive assets, and almost every chapter she's in has at least one joke about them. Mostly about how nobody can believe that they're real. They are, but they're enhanced by tinker-tech drugs.
- Mai Valentine's endowment is a running gag in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series (though in fact, she's merely large, but not to a comical degree; the joke is mostly in reference to her role as Ms. Fanservice):
- "Magnum Farce" takes the gag to the max, especially during the "Joey catches Mai" scene:
Magnum: She's going to fall to her untimely death! What would L. Ron Hubbard do?
Joey: I see London, I see France, I see Mai Valentine's underpants!
Mai: Joey, stop gawking at my nethers and save my butt!
Joey: Aww, can't I do both?
Mai: Just shut up and catch me!
Joey: Okay, but whatever you do, don't let go until I say—
[Joey gets crushed by Mai's breasts with a squeaky-toy-like noise]
Mai: It finally happened! I killed a man with my breasts!
- In "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mai", after defeating her, Melvin takes Mai into her idea of hell: a beach where everyone's breasts are bigger than hers.
Mai: Even Tristan's?
Melvin: Especially Tristan's.
Tristan: [with a pair of substantial chest melons] My brizzeasts are off the hizzle.
- "Magnum Farce" takes the gag to the max, especially during the "Joey catches Mai" scene:
- The Simpsons Movie has the Medicine Woman, a middle-aged Inuit shaman who has quite large breasts, but not a slender figure like most other examples of the trope. Homer calls her "Boob Lady" at one point, and when she appears to him in a vision, she uses her breasts to point him on the way to Springfield. It is unclear if the latter is all in Homer's imagination or real.
Homer: Thank you, boob lady!
- Power Girl in Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. When the two meet Toyman (a 13-year-old Japanese kid), Power Girl stays as far away from him as she can, presumably due to an incident that Toyman described as involving "X-Ray goggles". Later, when they view his rocket (designed to take out a meteor heading towards the planet), this exchange occurs:
Superman: You're absolutely sure this is going to work?
Toyman: Does Power Girl have big--
Batman: Just feed it the numbers, kid.
- Beaches: "One night at the opera he saw an Aida whose bust was so big they would often impede her. Bug-eyed he watched her fall into the pit, done in by the weight of those terrible tits! Oh, my god! There she blows! Aerodynamically, this bitch was a mess!"
- The Italian comedy Le Comiche 2 offers a rare example of a man receiving (a very undesired) breast augmentation. A male individual is mixed up with a female patient and gets breast implants. Later in the movie, the character suffers a Comedic Underwear Exposure and he's discovered to be wearing a bra to support his newly acquired "boobs", implying that he is now living his life as a very embarrassed man with female breasts and wearing a bra under male clothes. Despite the undertones of the idea, this is Played for Laughs and he has his bosom squeezed by one of the men that caused the augmentation in the first place.
- Fight Club has a male example with testicular cancer survivor Robert Paulson's "bitch tits," including a Marshmallow Hell moment when Edward Norton's Narrator gets a hug from him.
- In High Anxiety, Nurse Diesel's gags aren't about her breasts being big, but that they're shaped into very severe cones, rather than the expected curve of a female bosom.
- Monty Python and the Holy Grail - "And she has huge... tracts of land!" This is a subversion, though. The Lord of Swamp Castle actually is referring to the bride's vast holdings of good, not at all swamp-like land. The bride's actual breasts are not shown to be particularly large relative to the rest of her body.
- Repossessed features a scene at a gym where one woman is seen working on her... pecs. In every shot, her breasts have gotten bigger and bigger until finally, we hear an off-screen explosion.
- In Robin Hood: Men in Tights, the Merry Men dress as court ladies to sneak into the castle during the wedding of Maid Marian to the Sheriff of Rottingham. As they move in, the costumes start slipping, and Will Scarlet O'Hara tells Robin's manservant Blinkin', "Fix your boobs! You look like a bleeding Picasso!"
- Special Female Force: Ling-Ling's sizable chest is Played for Laughs a couple of times, such as when her instructors are taking away all her frivolous makeup and jewelry, and they don't believe her when she tells them that she's not wearing a padded bra.
- Spice World:
- When the girls encounter a group of aliens, one reaches out and grabs Mel B's breast. After an angry "oi!" from the lady, the alien's friend reprimands him with "I told you, shake hands!"
- While in the hospital, the girls visit a boy in a coma at the requests of his mother. Victoria sarcastically suggests Geri flash him. The boy's eyes immediately open.
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit: Jessica Rabbit's ample breasts find themselves involved in quite a lot of visual comedy, including funny bounces and turning out to contain a bear trap for handsy men.
Ed Valiant: Nice booby-trap.
- In Wild Wild West, Artemus Gordon has a female disguise. This leads to two breast-joke related scenes: one where Gordon shows James West his fake breasts, and another where West drums his hands across the breasts of a woman he thinks is a cross-dressing Gordon (which almost causes West to be lynched).
- In Cauldron of Ghosts, Anton, Victor, Thandi, and Yana undergo cosmetic surgery to disguise their identities for a covert operation. Yana receives some rather large assets. She is not pleased about this. Although a fair proportion of it is good-natured ribbing, the others in the party take great pains to explain how good of a cover it is, as it suits the stereotype of the social class she'll be emulating. Accurately, her cover identity becomes reinforced by these assets — she is even nicknamed sotto-voce as "Angel Boobs" by the local security — serving to make her Beneath Suspicion.
- Joe Keenan's novel Putting on the Ritz features this internal monologue:
As a gay man I don't give much thought to bosoms, but it seems to me that some women have what can only be called comedy breasts - tits so vast and bouncy and perfectly round that you can't look at them without feeling that you've been thrust into some low burlesque skit and should be dressed in a zany doctor's costume and wearing a big, naughty stethoscope.
- The Benny Hill Show: Never an episode goes by without some kind of boob-based gag. The most frequently repeated is the golf-ball-lands-in-the-cleavage shot, the "I dropped my keys down there" bit, and umbrella handles getting snagged in low necklines.
- In the Blackadder II episode "Beer", the wearing of comedy breasts is encouraged as part of a drinking party hosted by the titular character. Lord Melchett (Stephen Fry) sports an enormous, golden pair; Miriam Margolyes refers to Edmund's as "Devil's dumplings", which he then attempts to pretend are, in fact, earmuffs which have slipped down.
- Charmed (1998): the episode "Hell Hath No Fury" involves a spell of Paige's backfiring, resulting in Breast Expansion played entirely for comedy. She's now unable to change the gears in her car without Phoebe's help, her back aches and they're the first thing the pervert from her office sees when he regains consciousness. Despite that, when the magic is reversed, Paige pouts about it working "a little too well".
- Community: While not excessively large by most measures, Annie's boobs have, in several episodes, been used as plot devices in various forms, most frequently by bouncing them in tight T-shirts and tops. Even Troy's pet monkey is named in honor of them.
- Rebecca Bunch from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend has fairly large breasts. At one point, when she's trying to get people to come to her housewarming party, she wears a tight shirt and Greg tells her to "put those things away before you poke someone's eye out." Finally, in the episode "Josh's Sister is Getting Married!", she has an entire song called "Heavy Boobs", about the difficulty of having heavy boobs.
- Double Divas is a reality show about two bra makers/fitters/sellers. They often make jokes about breasts in general or in relation to a particular client.
- The annual batsu games from Gaki no Tsukai ya Arahende have the main cast don uniforms as part of their "training". When said uniforms are women's uniforms (e.g., nurse outfits or flight attendants' uniforms), Masatoshi Hamada will invariably be saddled with the uniform that includes a short skirt, thigh-high stockings, and a pair of huge fake breasts.
- The Golden Girls: The ladies are all auditioning for a play. Blanche decides to invoke I Have Boobs, You Must Obey! and goes to the audition with two balloons under her shirt. To quote Dorothy, "My rear tires have less pressure in them." All goes well until Blanche goes for a hug with her male co-star, then we hear two loud pops and a deflating hiss.
Patrick: Oh my, I've popped your bosom!
- When Hailey is getting ready for bras in Hope & Faith, Sydney buys one for her. It gives her quite the... erm... protrusion. Her father tries his hardest not to laugh.
- Just Shoot Me!: Finch makes many jokes about Maya's large breasts, and Nina occasionally does too.
- One of the recurring characters in English sketch comedy Little Britain is a sheltered mama's boy in his late twenties who's still being breastfed. Like everything else in the show, it's done in the best possible taste.
- Mystery Science Theater 3000: The obvious endowments of the female lead in the awful Quest of the Delta Knights probably weren't intended to be played for laughs, but during the host segment on that episode of the show, Tom Servo's "breasts" definitely are.
- Sabrina the Teenage Witch:
- Sabrina accidentally gets enlarged boobs after getting trapped in a friend's computer — and he has fun with the photo tweaking software.
Cole: Wow, Sabrina, that's some really big... hair.
Sabrina: Oh it's this new shampoo I'm using. They said it adds body.
Cole: They are not kidding.
- Sabrina attempts to pass the look off as a feminist protest. When Roxie says, "Go on, Sabrina, burn your bra." Sabrina responds that if she did, they'd probably see the smoke in Baltimore.
- Borderline case with the other realm version of Hooters, a chain of restaurants staffed entirely by people in owl costumes. You can even get a "flap dance".
- Sabrina accidentally gets enlarged boobs after getting trapped in a friend's computer — and he has fun with the photo tweaking software.
- Saturday Night Live:
- In a mid-1980s skit, Season 10 cast member Pamela Stephenson appears on Weekend Update and introduces the audience to her breasts, which begin to move around on their own accordnote and end up throwing her over the Update desk.
- Dolly Parton's hosting stint on Season 14 (1988/89 season) includes a sketch that was originally planned for the episode hosted by Raquel Welch from Season 1 (1975/76 season) where Dolly Parton plays a prisoner who is banished from a planet where all the women have insanely large breasts and Parton's are considered too small by the planet's standards.
- Strictly Come Dancing had a Funny Background Event where one dance ended with confetti being poured over the judges, and Darcy Bussel could be seen trying to pick bits out from between her cleavage.
- Total Divas:
- Rosa returns from rehab with her boobs surgically enlarged. She has no shortage of jokes about them, and Paige and Alicia Fox compare a pair of motorcycle helmets to them. They're not far off either.
- Cameron considers getting hers enhanced and is given a silicone pair to "test drive". Hilarity ensues — they fall out while she's in the pool and her boyfriend names them. When she's about to go out on TV, one of the twins steals them from her bag — and she has to hurry to the bathroom to use tissue to even the two sides out.
- In Two and a Half Men, Jake gets suspended for a drawing of a well-endowed classmate. ("Boobra Schmidt". I'm putting this one on the refrigerator!) Afterwards, Alan screws up with the girl's mother ("Up here. I'm up here.") and the principal, who also have Gag Boobs.
- One alternate version of the credits for The Young Ones, a parody of Dallas, introduces several characters as "The Dumb Blonde With Big Tits" (who is typing with them), "The Dumb Blonde With Big Tits Who Drinks Too Much" (who spills booze on them), and "The Big Blonde With Dumb Tits" (who has one set in front and another in back).
- The Scottish comedy duo Hale and Pace had a parody music video called "DD Cups". One guess what you'll see. Except long beards, that is.
- The John Boy and Billy Big Show's Marci "Tater" Moran has not one, but two songs about her tater tots.
- Magda, the scullery wench from Tanz Der Vampire, manages to produce this effect in live action. On stage. While she has a few lines beforehand, she is basically introduced through an exchange in which Professor Abronsius asks Alfred whether he's noticed "those little round things", and Alfred, transfixed by Magda's bouncing chest as she washes the Professor's feet, doesn't realize he's talking about the garlic all over the room: "Little? Those things are huge!"
- Blaster Master Zero II has the alien plant girl Kanna, whose breasts appear to be watermelons.
- In the Borderlands series, most characters who encounter Mad Moxxi and her low-cut outfits are Distracted by the Sexy. But they're also often used for innuendo, most especially by Moxxi herself, and they cause the normally unflappable Aurelia Hammerlock to burst into laughter.
- Cornelia from BoxxyQuest: The Gathering Storm has utterly ginormous breasts, taking up nearly a third of her total body mass. While her feelings towards them are eventually played for drama, they still get used for several comedic gags earlier on. For instance, she nearly smothers Anon to death with a surprise glomp, and Til initially mistakes her for some kind of DeviantArt mascot character when they first meet.
Anonymous: Nah, that's Cornelia. She's always been like that.
Til: ...I have several questions, mainly involving her spine.
- In Breath of Fire II, minor character Eichichi's name is a pun (chichi means "udders" in Japanese); the game's relatively small sprites limit the amount of fanservice potential, but one of the things you can ask when you first meet her is "Are those real?" The gag didn't survive the original Capcom translation, but the Fan Translation followed through and named her Gigi Kupp.
- In Castlevania: Judgment, the assets of Shanoa, Sypha, and Carmilla are played for laughs in Maria's story mode:
Maria: Even the vampire's are bigger than mine's!
- Note the irony: Sypha's true gender is hidden in her first appearance and only revealed in her ending. The designers were evidently overcompensating for that — Sypha has the biggest rack in the game.
- Conker's Bad Fur Day:
- The Sunflower Girl, who has a positively enormous pair of... stigmas. Later on she offers Conker a chance to reach a bit of extra height by bouncing on her lovely twosome. "Now this is what I call a platform game!" indeed.
- The other notable offender is the absolutely titanic cavewoman whom Conker later crosses paths with, complete with multiple jokes from his mouth about "those babes". It should come as no surprise that the developers decided to name her Jugga.
- The Succubus and Nekomata class. Not only are they scantily clad, but they also bounce while in their idle pose. Some designer decided to also put "Bouncy" as one of the random names you can generate.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick Jennifer's breasts are practically lethal to Laharl, who is allergic to sexy bodies.
- Rainier the treasure hunter debuts in Disgaea Dimension 2. She was also Laharl's babysitter, and his weakness to large breasts is due to his paralyzing childhood memories of being smothered by her.
- Jessica from Dragon Quest VIII. Some of her special abilities involve her distracting the enemy with her ample "assets". Some female enemies have a special ability called Puff Puff, which stuns a character for a round. If they attempt to use it on Jessica, it automatically fails and you get the message "Jessica laughs triumphantly at having won the battle of the bulges."
- Dahlia's very bouncy chest in Duel Savior Destiny tends to get used as the butt of an awful lot of jokes, and Taiga frequently refers to her by names like Boobs Teacher or similar.
- Countess Knockersdale from Embric of Wulfhammer's Castle . They're big enough to cover a noticeable portion of her portrait. Her name is also lampshaded by Fal during a party; she just doesn't want to believe the Duchess that "Knockersdale" really is her name.
- Fate/EXTRA CCC: BB's alter ego Passionlip, whose breasts are so disproportionately gigantic that it starts to lean into Fan Disservice. The game does make plenty of jokes about them, such as the space between them literally being a Pocket Dimension used as garbage disposal. In Fate/Grand Order, BB admits that she made Passionlip's breasts so large just because she thought it was funny.
- Ms. Applegate from Kindergarten. She introduces herself as having "been well endowed... *Ahem*... with excellent teaching qualities", and is called "Ms. Jigglytits" or some variation thereof on at least two occasions over the course of the game and its sequel.
- The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel: Emma's massive sizes result in jokes including Rean getting distracted by them while they're studying in Emma's bonding event, Fie wondering if Emma's tired because of her big boobs getting in her way, Millium claiming that she'll gain Emma's boobs that she can use as a shelf, and Xin ending up staring at Emma and Alisa's chest and immediately telling Lau to prepare their best tea for them.
- Vanessa from Luminous Arc has massive breasts (which she flaunts with her skimpy clothing) which are constantly the butt of many in-game jokes.
- During one part of Persona 4, the entire party get medical checkups to see if the television world is having any adverse effect on their health. Hilarity ensues when Rise gets a hold of Naoto's chart and is flabbergasted by her breast size measurements. The Golden does eventually outright confirm that Naoto has the largest bust of the party.
- From a series that normally keeps its females' busts realistic, Resident Evil 4 has the President's daughter Ashley Graham, whose huge breasts prompt Luis to wryly remark that the President has "equipped his daughter with ballistics" upon seeing her.
- Valentine from Skullgirls is very generously endowed, and knows it. A number of animations use this for visual gags — most commonly seen, her attempt to pull out a thermometer from her cleavage, only for it to break because it's too snugly held. The smirk visible behind her facemask suggests that this was no accident.
- Super Robot Wars:
- One of the villains has a minotaur for a henchman. Said minotaur falls in love with Kaguya. Why? Her breasts are so large that he assumes that she's a werecow.
- When Atlus announced the game's localization, its announcement texts were full of breast-related innuendos, just to hammer down how bouncy the game is.
- Tales Series:
- Tales of Symphonia gives us Sheena. Most of the comedy comes from her interactions with Zelos.
Zelos: Oh brother... Is your chest the only part of you that's well-endowed?
Sheena: [smacks Zelos] You better shut up or I'll smack you!
Zelos: Don't say it after you've smacked me! Sheesh...
- Tales of the Abyss has this pop up several times in the skits:
- Tear gets this treatment twice:
Luke: [speaking about the Star of Ispania costume on Natalia] Oh, I remember about that book. That character got big breasts, right? Maybe Tear would've been a better... OWOWOWOW!!
Luke: [in regards to Anise stating that she'll grow up as "big as Tear"] No way you could hope to match those melons!
Tear: M-m-melons, what do you mean melons!? Are you stupid!? Can't you be a little more quiet!?
- In the all-girls swimsuit battle ending.
Natalia: I'm so worried this swimsuit will just fall off.
Tear: I know. I feel like I'm going to... pop out.
Anise: I wish I were...
- Tear gets this treatment twice:
- Tales of Vesperia proudly continues the tradition with Judith:
- In one of the skits...
Judith: If that's what it is, then just wear this outfit yourself.
Estelle: Like my boobs could fill out that top! [gasps and flees]
Judith: ... I didn't say anything about boobs...
- Also in a Victory Pose or two:
Estelle: They're... bouncing.
Judith: What're you looking at?
Estelle: I wish I could bounce...
- In one of the skits...
- Tales of Xillia continues the tradition. Teepo often makes mention of "bazongas" (slang for "boobs", which is what his mistress Elize lacks), which piques the interest of Jude about what it means. Then Alvin and Rowen Troll him into yelling "TEACH ME ABOUT BAZONGAS!!!!" in front of a passing Leia and Milla.
- The sequel Tales of Xillia 2 has Elle mentioning Alt. Milla having big knockers, which shocks her, since kids wouldn't dare to say such a thing.
- Tales of Symphonia gives us Sheena. Most of the comedy comes from her interactions with Zelos.
- The Fruit of Grisaia: Amane has notoriously large breasts, which is a constant source of comedy. Amane admits that the reason for her wearing skimpy outfits, outside of showing off her "assets" more, is because everyone tends to throw a lot of freebies to her when she goes shopping.
Yuuji: [narrating] This women's trying to disrupt the economy of the shopping district via her tits...?
- In one of Michael Swain's Mastermind cartoons, the Mastermind's new assistant is literally just a pair of legs atop which is perched a pair of spherical breasts the size of huskies. One of his minions is annoyed at being passed over for promotion once again; everyone else is too busy enjoying the view.
- Sugoi Quest For Kokoro: Sakura-chan and Vriska-chan both have these. Sakura-chan weaponises hers to toss Ookami-chan out into the sky. Meanwhile, Vriska-chan's breasts take them to another level, with a ton of exaggerated bouncing. Later on, Sakura-chan manages to pop one of her boobs like a balloon!
- Zero Punctuation has what might be called Running Gag Boobs, in that anytime a character is particularly endowed, he will either go out of his way to make jokes about them or go out of his way to let you know that he is striving mightily not to make jokes about them. Which leads to a Hurricane of Euphemisms in the review of Tomb Raider: Anniversary. ("Stonkin' great tits!")
- Chi-Chi Chan from The Adventures of Chi-Chi Chan is a weird case. A successful child star, Chi-chan is forced to quit when puberty hits... her breasts, and only her breasts. Tired of being cast in dark hentai, she moves to America to find new stardom.
- A yonkoma comic featuring Code Geass takes Charles zi Britannia's speech during the funeral of his son Clovis that he turned into a Rousing Speech to support his anti-equality stance that ended with the chant "ALL HAIL BRITANNIA!"... and then replaced Charles's words into praising boobs of varying sizes and bemeaning about other nations that favor only one type of boobs (big or small)... and ends with the equally hammy yell, "ALL HAIL BOOBS!!", and the crowd follows the chant. The yonkoma went so viral that eventually, Norio Wakamoto (Charles's VA) decided to have fun with it and dubbed it himself, with less of his trademark threatening villain voice and more of a humorous suave style.
- If Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures's Fa'lina isn't there already, then she's closing in fast:
- As a shapeshifting succubus, it's implied that she keeps them purposely, with the joke being that no one pays attention to them.
- There's actually an unreleased bonus comic floating around out there drawn as a humorous alternative to Part Two's page 46, done by Amber herself, which crosses this trope with Wardrobe Malfunction. Fa'lina actually brings the saying to life and ends up putting someone's eye out with one of those.
Abel: OH GOD! MY EYE! I THINK IT TOOK OUT MY EYE!!!
Fa'Lina: Friggen' hell! Do I need to reinforce these with steel?
- As part of a B-plot during one arc of Dominic Deegan, teacher Cassafinn Sunderliss is slipped an anonymous tip that she needs to improve her appearance to get a better chance at becoming headmaster. She decides that reducing her bust size would be best, but due to the tampering of a mischievous elemental, she ends up giving herself breasts the span of a doorframe. In her rush to get somewhere to fix the problem she ends up walloping Dominic on his way in, and after the damage is done her dress is left several sizes too large due to stretching.
- Fluttershy in Friendship Is 4komagic. While other characters such as Applejack and Celestia display a lot of cleavage, the fact that Fluttershy's boobs are stuffed into a lime green sweater makes them all the more noticeable. They even tend to actually break the panels of whichever comic she's in. She is often compared in terms of chest size to Rainbow Dash — whose flat-chestedness is explained as being due to the amount of exercise she does — to hilarious effect. In one strip, Twilight explains that Fluttershy can't fly as fast as Rainbow Dash, because her breasts make her unaerodynamic. Fluttershy then comments that Rainbow Dash has made some "big sacrifices" to be as good a flyer as she is, and Rainbow can't tell whether it was a compliment or not.
- Girls with Slingshots has Jamie, a Big Beautiful Woman who is magnificently well-endowed and proud of it. The gag really comes into play when Hazel attends a costume party dressed as her friend: Hazel's idea of a Jamie "costume" is just a cardboard cutout of a giant pair of breasts. To Jamie's dismay, everyone knows who it represents.
- This trope appears one of the central reasons for the existence of DiDi in Ménage à 3. A lot of the strips she's in feature some kind of gag about her enormous breasts, and this was practically lampshaded by her cast page picture, which at one time showed the bottom of her nose, the mouth and chin underneath... down to her chest. However, the gag has turned a little dark over time, as it seems that she has difficulties forming relationships with men, partly because they are always distracted by her body, while women tend to be instinctively jealous of her.
- In the cancelled Final Fantasy VII fan-comic Missing Materia, Yuffie finds several rare materia and often abuses them (sometimes just to annoy people). One materia makes things larger, and at almost regular intervals, most characters grow more and more busty, even the already buxom Tifa. By the end everyone affected grows too large to move.
- NEXT!!! Sound of the Future: The afterword of chapter 5 has a joke where an android got a breast mod so large that she can't even tie her own shoelaces.
- In the cancelled webcomic PeEVEed, an unlucky Japanese woman's life becomes very strange when she becomes the master of a female genie, one obsessed with making her master and every other woman much, much bustier whether they want it or not. Unrelated to magic, most of the characters in the series are very busty. As with comedic stories involving genies, hilarity ensues and sometimes someone will become temporarily even bigger busted than normal.
- Marigold from Questionable Content veers into this territory at times. When the strap on her bra breaks, Angus has this to say:
Angus: Oh no, the levee broke! Warn the townsfolk downstream!
- Rosa from Rosebuds gets jokes regarding the size of her breasts in a few comics. They have made her need to buy more bras, and Maricela is able to fit enormous snowballs into them when using them as a slingshot.
- Super MILF from Spinnerette was granted the Most Common Superpower after her body was infused with an alien artifact from Venus, and she has no compunctions whatsoever with flaunting it. In her original hero identity as Ms. Venus, she kept a Cleavage Window, maintaining that her gargantuan bust generated enough heat to require ventilation, until she was hit with a 'cease and desist' from DC Comics' lawyers for her image infringing on their copyright on Power Girl. After a brief hiatus to pop out a few kids, she rebranded herself as Super MILF, this time using an Impossibly-Low Neckline for her ventilation needs. She openly encourages other female supers to show off their goods as well, and has gone on public record to believe that people predominantly go into the superhero gig for the sexual thrill of it.
London: Those gazongas are one thing in photos, but in person... It's like seeing the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls!
Spinnerette: Aren't they amazing? You need to experience her hugs!
- In Suicide for Hire, a bunny-girl has implants so big that she has to wear a "Mechafrankenbra" that's attached to a belt at the back, with three straps coming up from it. When it's cut a few scenes later, she faceplants offscreen; Hunter says "Eew, are backs supposed to do that?"
- At one point Miss Hannah Minx posted a video without exposing herself enough. People sent her lots of hatemail solely because of this. Her next video revolved about the Japanese word for "face". It had a purposeful lack of breasts and a T-shirt with the text "My face is up here". Hilariously yet unsurprisingly, said video became her most hated video.
- A low-key one in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "The Criss-Cross Caper": Batwoman (who has Adaptational Villainy here) has pulled a Grand Theft Me on Batman and left "her" tied to a chair. While she's no more top-heavy than any of the female heroes we've seen on the show, Batman does find things a bit different when he attempts to wriggle out of the bonds and only causes the chair to topple.
Batman-in-Batwoman: Clearly, my new center of gravity is much... (looks at chest) ...higher.
- In the Braceface episode "Busted", Sharon attempts to compensate for her insecurities about being flat chested by buying an inflatable bra. Unfortunately, her braces end up causing the bra's inflation controls to malfunction at a party, which causes it to enlarge to cartoonish proportions and eventually results in one of the cups bursting.
- The Cleveland Show: In a cutaway gag for the pilot, a baby Dolly Parton is shown with breasts bigger than her little head.
Dolly's Father: Ha! I guess she can nurse herself, huh?
Dolly's Mother: Stop it, Bob! This is a real problem!
- An episode of Duckman features twin models with breasts twice as big as their heads. They hire Duckman to find out why men seem to act so strangely around them. The same episode has Duckman heading to a plastic surgery clinic (no... completely different reason) and we get a short sequence of a woman having her breasts enhanced. Something apparently goes awry though, because she rapidly gets so big she explodes and deflates.
- Justice League:
- In one episode, The Atom gets to ride in Wonder Woman's Wonder Bra. He looks very satisfied with himself. Warren Ellis, who penned that episode, originally put in a line of dialogue for the Atom during that scene: "Try not to breathe." Unfortunately, the censors cut it.
- The first episode to introduce Galatea (basically Power Girl) introduces her by having a sniper staring directly at her chest while she's dressed as Supergirl. Later in the episode, Green Arrow and Supergirl are looking at a picture showing Galatea (she's hefting something massive over her head, which draws attention to that area) and there's a brief exchange:
Supergirl: It's... me.
Green Arrow: A little more... mature than you - but I get your point.
- The Hippo Lady on Rocko's Modern Life. Rocko unintentionally ends up in her massive cleavage on more than one occasion.
Hippo Lady: HOW DAAAAAAAAAAARRRRE YOOOOOOOOOU!!!
- The Simpsons:
- The Elvira parody, Booberella. Her large breasts and her constant references to them are always played for laughs.
- Krusty the Clown attempts to get plastic surgery to hide from the Mafia. He ends up looking exactly the same... apart from gaining a set of massive boobs. Not that he has any problem with the boobs...
- In "Blame it on Lisa", a parody of Brazilian entertainer Xuxa's kid's show is called Teleboobies. The host presents educational concepts using her boobs, like for example demonstrating the difference between clockwise and anti clockwise by shaking her torso and twirling tassels attached to her breasts. Hysterically, the parody is not far off from the real show.
- Marge Simpson accidentally gets breast augmentation in "Large Marge". They cause some problems to her as they get in the way when she tries to do things like open the cupboard and pick up Maggie to comfort her when she falls down.
Krusty: Whoa! Look at those mugumbos!
- South Park:
- Miss Choksondik's breasts sag to her feet and disgust all the other teachers — even Chef is disgusted.
- Alinicia the Broadway Turkey from the episode "Helen Keller: The Musical!" combines boob-based gags with Non-Mammal Mammaries, being a non-anthropomorphic turkey who resembles a human primadonna, complete with large, human-like breasts.
- In "Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society", Wendy, envious of all the attention Bebe's been getting from the boys, decides to get a pair of massive implants. Unfortunately for her, however, by this point the boys have all snapped out of their boob-induced lust for Bebe, and as a result ruthlessly mock Wendy over them.
- When Cartman becomes a parody of Dog the Bounty Hunter in "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy", he too gets a buxom assistant. Not only are her boobs so huge that they obscure most of her face, but she's also as short as a fourth-grader, making her essentially a pair of boobs on legs. Dog & Co. apparently thought the episode was hysterical. Beth even jokingly complained that they made her breasts too small.
- Cartman himself winds up sporting a pair of ridiculously large breast implants in The Streaming Wars after his attempts to force his mother to get them fail.
- Alice has these in Superjail!, although a point is made about them not being natural ("These are just for show"). Their size and unnatural movement are even played with in "Dream Machine", where she suddenly gains the ability to stretch them and use them as weapons.