Mum's hilarious bikini fail: 'Ain't nothing keeping those sisters in'

Kristine Tarbert
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

A mum’s hilarious attempt at wearing an underboob bikini has gone viral after she mused over the fact the outfit would hold nothing in.

Mummy blogger Laura, who shares honest posts about everything in life online under Knee Deep in Life, posted a side by side image of a model wearing a very revealing bikini, compared to her attempt at a similar look.

“When the reality is you'd be one sneeze away from b***h slapping the poor prick next to you at the all inclusive bar on holiday with your areola, because ain't nothing keeping those swinging sisters in place by the pool,” she captioned the image.

Laura's attempt at the underboob bikini trend. Photo: Instagram/kneedeepinlife

“I'm not sure what's more disturbing,” she continued.

“The fact I've got 4 tits or how far up my arse I managed to ram my son’s pants?!? Either way I didn't expect the impromptu colonic as I clenched for this photo.”

Her post has since gone viral with over 15k likes and 840 comments.

“On the plus side, no tan line,” one person commented.

“This is a treat,” another wrote, adding a laughing emoji.

“I don’t understand how models’ fannies don’t fall out,” another mused.

She even went on to share her husband’s reaction revealing he said “he was weirdly turned on as he saw half a flap trying to drag itself out from my pants”.

It’s not the first time the mum has attempted to wear one of this season’s revealing bikini looks, causing much debate online.

A previous image recreating a sexy bikini ad left her followers in absolute stitches.

“Ain’t no one got any business seeing the other side of that emoji,” she captioned the side-by-side image.

“It’s like a hairy angry venus flytrap that smells a bit like p**s and old farts.”

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