It is not often that one is indebted to the Guardian. But the headline "Rifle-wielding soldiers develop breasts" is possibly an exception. Rifle-wielding soldiers develop breasts | Education | theguardian.com There was I thinking that moobs were the result of middle age, too many burgers, and excessive indolence. But now we know differently! However, the article leaves one vital question unanswered: is there a qualitative difference in the firmness and shapeliness of the man boobs of those who toted a weapon with wooden furniture, compared to those who had to settle for plastic?