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Ginny Chapman, from York, suffers such bad back pain due to her one-and-a-half stone breasts that she can't work — but her case has been ruled not "exceptional". A woman who can't work because her 42N breasts cause her constant back pain has been denied an NHS operation — because her case is not "exceptional". She told The Sun: "My boobs are the equivalent of carrying one-and-a-half stone on my chest. I'm in constant agony and I can't believe they don't think I qualify for the operation. Ginny, from York, said she would love to go to the gym but instead watches her friends play basketball.
Ginny graduated from Middlebury College and taught in southern Vermont before moving to Minneapolis to work in Christian Education. She met Neil at a square dance at the University of Minnesota. They married in , moved to Nashville in , and Danville in Ginny served Boyle County Schools as a teacher and school psychologist. Ginny was an ordained Episcopal deacon and served five parishes in the Diocese of Lexington, including Trinity Church, Danville.
Remember that scene in Aziz Ansari's "Master of None," when his character Dev and fellow actor Ravi audition for the role of Unnamed Cab Driver on a crime procedural show? Dev tries a scene in his own voice, and the casting director flatly asks him to do an accent -- an Indian accent, Dev learns. But beyond Eunice's personal story, the pilot highlights broader ideas associated with diversity on TV and racism in America.