JWoww: My new breasts are bouncy

Jenni 'JWoww' Farley is very pleased with her new 32F breast implants and says her boobs are "bouncy" and "amazing".

JWoww and Snooki
JWoww and Snooki

Jenni 'JWoww' Farley says her new breasts are very "bouncy".

The former 'Jersey Shore' star unveiled her upgraded 34F boobs last month, revealing she decided to get new implants because breast-feeding had taken its toll on her mammaries.

JWoww - who has seven-month-old daughter Meilani with her fiancé Roger Mathews - is very pleased with the results of the operation because her breasts have got their perkiness back.

In a blog post on her website, she said: "A lot of you have been asking about my most recent boob job after seeing my waist training pic and I wanted to tell you more about it. I got my first one ten years ago after being inspired by my girl crush Carmen Electra - she had the most amazing boobs I had ever seen and I had to get them ... I went up to a 34F and couldn't be happier! But ten years later and with the birth of my angel baby Meilani, they had changed a bit, especially with breastfeeding! I wanted them really badly ... They recommend changing them every 10 years and I've had them for over 10 years, so it was time! Now they are nice and bouncy!!! I kept them the same size, so they are still Fs. I just switched them out from breast-feeding! They are so amazing right now and still have a soft, natural look to them thanks to my amazing doctor. (sic)"

JWoww - who is best friends with Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi - says Roger is "not complaining about the upgrade" and she has vowed to have another boob job after she has her second child.

In the post she added: "I'll get another one in a few years after I have my next baby. YES, I said it! I want another baby and that's why I wanted to get them done now before we try again and before our wedding too! I'm so excited for these big moments to happen in our lives and 2015 is definitely our year! Baby Meilani needs a younger sister or bother to play with... or boss around (sic)"

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