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I had to laugh when I saw the thread title. It just seems like it's kind of meant to be silly and I almost assumed it's a troll thread. But to answer your question in seriousness, I think about my breasts as a part of my body that happens to serve a biological function. And on the other hand I also view them much as you describe, as something I know that is of interest to guys sexually. So in a way my answer is both.
Haven't really thought about it before in that way.
The best I can think to say is I think of them primarily as mine - just part of me. Of course, there are added layers to that. For instance, yes, I'm aware they have an effect on how I'm perceived by men (sexually) and women (comparatively). They were functional when I breastfed my daughter. (And don't even get me started on the breast pump.) And I had very mixed feelings about them when I was diagnosed with breast cancer - both worry as to how my treatment might change them and, on some level, a sense of betrayal, as in, "Hey, I've never bothered you or asked for all that much of you, why you gotta be like that now?"
Dry, but still stimulating.
Since I've never had children, they haven't functioned as much more than a sexual apparatus. I think of them as a part of me. But as I've gotten older I've gotten a little bigger and I find bras to be a pain in the ass. I wish I didn't have to bother with them. When I was a smaller person I could get away without wearing a bra, but not now.
This is quickly becoming my favorite thread.
I like all breasts, they remind me of femininity. I don't stare at women's breasts in a stereotypical way but I do notice them. A dear friend of mine had breast cancer and had both removed, once she found out it was completely gone she had reconstructive surgery and then had nipples tattooed on them. She is thrilled, makes her feel whole again. All in all I think they are one of the very few things that make men and women different than each other, other than chicks can't drive well.............I wonder if it's a breast thing.