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A positive place to post about your creativity. Share your progress, ask for advice, suggestions, and feedback.

Just express yourself! This is a place to be proud about what you're working on and the things you have created.

This sub is for people that like doing creative things for fun and who want to share it with others and see what others are doing. Share your progress, ask for advice, suggestions, and feedback. Gather with other people who love creativity as much as yourself.

There are a few rules we'd like everyone who comes here to follow:

1. Only post your own original work. Try to post as direct a link to the work/piece/ect as you can to avoid people needing to sign into another social media account or something similar just so they can see it.

2. Be nice. Constructive criticism and discussion is welcome! However, name-calling, harassment, and other inflammatory or disrespectful posts are not allowed. In lesser cases, a warning will be given. In extreme cases, the offending user will be banned.

3. Promote your creative piece, not your business. It is okay to share an original piece of work that you will go on to sell, publish, or that has been bought or published or used in a more formal business situation. But please don't self promote your own business or promote those other businesses. So, share the piece not the business. Because this can be a bit tricky to know the line between what would be self-promotion and what wouldn't be don't be afraid to message the mods

4. Help us by Reporting. If a post/comment seems like it doesn't belong in this sub, please report it. If you've seen it frequently, message the mods and we will investigate further.

You can post about:

  • Writing original stories

  • Fanfiction (yes it's more than okay here!)

  • Writing music

  • Singing

  • Art

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  • Just about anything else creative that was made by YOU!

Important: If you wish to post something which is adult in nature, that is fine; please flair such posts as 'Adult'.

The Creative Room Artist Spotlight

Each week we would like to feature an interview with one of you. This is something we call "Creative Room Artist Spotlight". We consider anyone who has a creative hobby to be artists here. So, if you would like to be interviewed for us, we would be glad to feature you.

You can let us know about your interest in one of these ways:

  • Respond directly to this thread.

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  • Send a PM directly to /u/punkpixz stating your interest.

Weekly Themed Posts

Advice Mondays: On Mondays it is encouraged for people to post seeking or giving advice about anything creative related. If you want to make your own post seeking advice please put [Advice Wanted] before the rest of your title. If you want to make your own post giving specific advice you please put [Giving Advice] before the rest of the title.

Work-in-Progress Wednesdays: On Wednesdays it is encouraged for people who want to post their current works in progress on this day. If you want to make your own post about your work-in-progress, then please put [WIP] or [Work in Progress] before the rest of your title.

Critique My Work Fridays: On Fridays it is encouraged that if you have something that you specifically want to be critiqued that you post on this day. If you make your own post please put [Critique Wanted] before the rest of your title so users know exactly what you are looking for.

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Please make sure to check the sidebar rules of any of the subreddits on this list before posting there to make sure you don't violate their rules.






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My New Soft Pastel Drawing :)

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The Creative Act: A Way of Being by Rick Rubin (Creative Inspiration & Motivation)

Are you a creative person trying to find a great book to sink your teeth into? Welp look no further than “The Creative Act” by Rick Rubin.

This book is easily my favorite book focused on creativity. Rick lays out the process from start to finish in an exceptionally in depth and beautiful way. From the concept of gathering seeds, to growing the tree and pruning it; the way Rick describes the creative process is accessible to all artists, at all skill levels, from any genre.

One key takeaway I got from this book was how all artists have our own struggles. Some of the greatest performers on earth struggle with stage fright, some of the best writers of all time struggle with self-doubt, and almost all artists struggle with impostor syndrome. Before reading this book, I thought I was alone in my battle against these annoying internal conflicts, but I’m not and neither are you.

The book doesn’t just offer endless creative insights, it also has some brilliant wisdom about life and how to influence your reality. I recommend this book to anyone that loves to create or if you’re thinking of dipping your toe into the creativity pool. Rick is a creative genius that all of us can learn from. This is a book I will go back to many times in my life for many reasons.

If you’ve read the book, please let me know what you learned from Rick’s unique perspectives.

Ideas In = Ideas Out:)

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Fritz Haarmann, “The Wolfman”: A Spy, A Business Man, and A Cannibal

Fritz Haarmann was a German serial killer who preyed on young men and boys in the 1920s. He was known as the Butcher of Hanover, the Vampire of Hanover, and the Wolf Man. Find out more about his crimes and downfall in this week's Criminal File!


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Hi r/CreativiteRoom, I'm looking for people to overall connect with. I'm 15m and at a place in my life where I feel like I'm looking at two paths. I want to be successful and happy but that feels like such a lofty task, if that means solely focusing on academics and getting past high school/ college or living a life looking for answers and following the path it takes me.

I see so many people in my life seem so unhappy at old ages and I don't wanna fall down that rabbit hole. I like to believe i am a creative person and i generally like learning and creating. I just feel like im getting to a point where i need to find a group of like minded people that i connect with, if this means creating my music with them, creating my art with them or traveling and connecting with them. I don't feel alone in the area i live in but i do feel unconnected in the area i live in, I see people my age already on autopilot when it comes to the way they view life. Where i want to continue to create and better myself.

I guess what im asking for is groups for likeminded people or people that would like to talk and compare things.

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Vaughn-Tay ~ TURBULENT!

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World Creativity Festival

I am thrilled to come to you today to share some exciting news. As part of our ongoing pursuit of excellence and recognition, I would like to invite you to join us on our journey of creation and innovation.

At the World Creativity Festival, we are committed to bringing inspiration and creativity to every corner of the world. Our dedication is to drive innovation, promote creativity, and create an environment where the boldest ideas can flourish.

To achieve our goal, we need your help. I invite all of you to follow our LinkedIn page, where we will share inspiring stories, valuable insights, and the latest trends in creativity and innovation. By joining us, you will be contributing to the expansion of our reach and the creation of a global community of creative thinkers.

Follow our page here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/worldcreativityfestival/

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Lizzie Buns Universe

Hey guys I'm studying film at university and I've been a fan of lizzie buns formerly known as theredheadedrabbit, she has an only fans but I've had this idea to create a franchise around her

The genre would be fantasy/action/erotica

Any thoughts and ideas

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Persuading Reality: Social-Psychophysiological Responses to Placebo Effects

Hi people, this is an old essay of mine I thought others may gain some insights from:)

Persuading Reality: Social-Psychophysiological Responses to Placebo Effects


Placebo Effect: There are multiple versions of placebo effects. This paper will use Dr. Alia Crum’s definition from behavioral health which splits the placebo effect into three components.

  1. Social Context (what one learns from external sources which influence their mindsets)
  2. Mindsets or Beliefs (One’s core assumptions about their subjective and objective reality which influence their expectations, adaptations, and goals)
  3. Natural physiological processes in the brain and body that can produce different outcomes (the mechanisms which underpin the psychophysiological response to various stimuli)

Nocebo Effect: Negative version of a placebo effect.

Perceptual Persuasions: Beliefs and behaviors that one implements to alter their own psychophysiology.


One’s psychophysiology can be altered by their subjective reality. Over time the number of studies that back up this claim have continued to climb. Most of the population will go through their entire life not knowing the power of the mind-body connection. For example, if a person believes healthy food is decadent and nutritious, the food has a higher nutritional value. If an individual believes a medication is going to have adverse side-effects, there is a higher chance that it will. And if one believes stress is an opportunity for growth that enhances them instead of an insurmountable dilemma that diminishes them, their physiological responses indicate they’re correct. There are endless examples of individuals influencing their psychophysiology by changing their expectations. The mind influences outcomes across a person’s entire lifespan. Placebo effects, nocebo effects, and perceptual persuasions continue to prove that the mind-body connection is a key component of one’s overall health.

Placebo effects are one example of how the mind influences the body in miraculous ways. In a study (Mindset Matters: Exercise and the Placebo Effect, 2007) conducted by Dr. Alia Crum and Ellen Langer, they discovered that mindsets have a substantial impact on one’s health. The study divided 84 female hotel room attendants into two groups. After taking a few key physiological measurements the control group went back to work with no mindset training. The other subjects were then told about the benefits of exercise and how they were vastly exceeding the recommended daily requirements for a healthy lifestyle. After four weeks, Crum and Langer took the same measurements and discovered the women that had been simply told the truth about exercise showed a wide range of positive outcomes. This is just one example of many that have popped up over the years; studies like these show the power of placebo effects. A person’s mindset has an immediate impact on their reality. Crum has some brilliant insights about placebo effects in behavioral psychology. In a study on nutrition (Mind Over Milkshakes: Mindsets, Not Just Nutrients, Determine the Ghrelin Response, 2011), Dr. Crum, Peter Salovey, and Kelly J. Brownell told their subjects they were conducting a study on low-fat and high-fat milkshakes, but the milkshakes were the same for all tests. This allowed them to measure the ghrelin hormone response in the stomach after the subjects consumed the milkshakes (ghrelin is the hunger hormone). When the subjects thought they were drinking a low-fat milkshake, ghrelin increased; when they thought it was high-fat, ghrelin decreased. This shows that one’s perspective on what they’re eating causes a direct physiological response. When a person is eating healthy food it’s good to have the correct mindset. If they think it’s delicious, nutritious, and decadent, the food has a higher nutritional value. If they think healthy food is disgusting, distasteful, and unfulfilling, the person gains less benefits. The nocebos that state healthy food is undesirable, which has permeated throughout cultures around the world, continue to cause long-term issues.

A nocebo effect occurs when an individual only learns about the negative aspects of whatever they are encountering. These notions can cause a plethora of symptoms in any psychosociological event. In a study (Implicit Theories of Intelligence Predict Achievement across an Adolescent Transition: A Longitudinal Study and an Intervention, 2007) done by Lisa S Blackwell and her colleagues, they tried to evaluate how a student’s theories about intelligence influenced their outcomes. The test focused on adolescents transitioning from the 7th grade to the 8th grade because of the high stress environment. One group of students were taught that intelligence is a long-term effort-based pursuit. The other students received a standard education with no additional guidance. The students that weren’t given any insights about intelligence mindsets proceeded to struggle in their courses while the others started to excel. This indicates the importance of having an effort-based positive mindset, instead of an end-based negative mindset, when pursuing all forms of intelligence. Negative mindsets usually come from one’s social engagements which makes them very hard to avoid. In medicine, doctors have to be extremely careful with their words, body language, and competency. If they emphasize the adverse effects of a medication, it can increase the chance of a patient having those symptoms. Also, if a health care professional mentions other patients not feeling any effects from a drug the recipient may see little to no benefits from their treatment. The nocebo effect can induce a variety of symptoms over one’s life; most of the time the person doesn’t even know a nocebo is contributing to their issues. This is a major reason people need to learn the power of perceptual persuasions.

When one learns to harness perceptual persuasions, they can manipulate their psychophysiology very reliably. This can increase a person’s ability to leverage anxiety and other forms of stress to achieve their goals. It all starts with the individual’s beliefs that have been instilled over their lifetime. To persuade one’s perceptions, it helps to think of the brain as a computer. The old beliefs are out-of-date software, and it’s going to take a little effort to reformat them to an up-to-date version. For example, most people consider stress to be a bad thing. This is because a lot of cultures constantly promote how awful stress is for an individual’s health. The truth is those statistics only represent one half of the equation. Stress also improves focus, hormone production, and can cause positive adaptations over time. When a person swaps the old belief with a mindset which amplifies the positive aspects of stress, it can have profound effects on their short and long-term health (Crum, Alia J., and Damon J. Phillips. Self-Fulfilling Prophesies, Placebo Effects, and the Social–Psychological Creation of Reality, 2015). As a culture, it would be good to promote the positive aspects of stress opposed to only the negatives. Yes, stress is not ideal, but everyone will encounter it in their life; having the correct mindset can have a massive impact on one’s psychophysiological responses.

Individuals can change their objective reality simply by changing their beliefs. These persuasions become particularly potent when paired with positive inputs, such as pursuing goals, exercising, and eating healthy. Not only does the individual receive the benefits from the objectively positive input, but they can gain increased benefits from their expectations. In some cases, the placebo effect accounts for over 80% of a drug’s effectiveness (Robson, David. The Expectation Effect. Canongate, 2022.), and in other cases, nocebos cause patients to incur negative symptoms. This is enough of a reason to seriously consider the power of one’s beliefs. Placebo effects, nocebo effects, and perceptual persuasions are a core component of a person’s outcomes in all avenues. Thus, when one thinks of all the nonsense they encounter throughout the day trying to tilt them towards a negative mindset, they realize there is a lot of mental reprogramming to be done. Thankfully these mindsets can be changed and have an immediate impact on one’s psychophysiology.

Works Cited

Crum, Alia J., and Ellen J. Langer. "Mindset Matters: Exercise and the Placebo Effect." Psychology

Science, vol. 18, no. 2, 2007, pp. 165-171, DOI : 10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01867.x.


Crum, Alia J., et al. "Mind over Milkshakes: Mindsets, Not Just Nutrients, Determine Ghrelin Response."

Health Psychology, vol. 30, no. 4, 2011, pp. 424-9, DOI: 10.1037/a0023467.


Crum, Alia J., et al. "Rethinking Stress: The Role of Mindsets in Determining the Stress Response." J Pers

Soc Psychol, vol. 104, no. 4, 2013, pp. 716-33, DOI: 10.1037/a0031201.


Langer, Ellen J, et al. "Believing Is Seeing: Using Mindlessness (Mindfully) to Improve Visual Acuity."

Psychology Science, vol. 21, no. 5, 2010, pp. 661-6, DOI: 10.1177/0956797610366543.


Blackwell, Lisa S, et al. "Implicit Theories of Intelligence Predict Achievement across an Adolescent

Transition: A Longitudinal Study and an Intervention." Child Dev, vol. 78, no. 1, 2007, pp. 246-63,

DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2007.00995.x https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17328703/

Crum, Alia J., and Damon J. Phillips. "Self-Fulfilling Prophesies, Placebo Effects, and the Social–

Psychological Creation of Reality." Mbl.Stanford.Edu, 15 May, 2015,



"How Mindsets Influence Health with Alia Crum." YouTube.Com, uploaded by Stanford Alumni,

10 Feb. 2022, www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKQwWQxDaM0.

Dr. Andrew Huberman, “Dr. Alia Crum: Science of Mindsets for Health & Performance” Huberman Lab

Podcast, #56, YouTube.com/Spotify.com, 24 Jan. 2022

Robson, David. The Expectation Effect. Canongate, 2022.

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Phone Call From The Devil: The Chilling Confession of Clay The Serial Killer

In 1997, a man claiming to be a serial killer called into a radio show and divulged gruesome details about his crimes. He claimed to have killed at least 12 women in New Orleans and was planning to kill more, challenging the police to catch him but they never did. Who was the man behind the call and was he telling the truth? Find out more in this week's Criminal File!


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I Turned The Shining's Overlook Hotel into a Game Level

Hey everyone!

I've been working on a project where I take iconic movies and reimagine them as interactive game levels. One of my latest challenges was adapting Stanley Kubrick's classic horror film, "The Shining."

In this video, I explore the elements that make "The Shining" such a captivating movie and discuss how these can be translated into a game. I also walk you through the development process from the initial concept to a fully realized game level. Whether you're a movie buff, an aspiring game developer, or just a fan of cross-media adaptations, I think you'll find this project fascinating.

You can watch the video here: Turning The Shining Into a Game Level

What other movies do you think would make for interesting game levels?

I would love to hear your thoughts on this approach to blending cinema and video games. Let's discuss it!

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Please Give Feedback For This Story: "Boobs Over Business": How a Middle-Aged Lesbian Woman's Toxic Obsession with Breasts Leads to Her Downfall (Part 1)

Background: Amy is a middle-aged lesbian obsessed with breasts who owns a "consulting firm." She always hires the bustiest applicants regardless of qualifications. Her employees all have large, natural breasts. Her all-female, all-busty, but largely unqualified workforce harms her firm, but Amy doesn’t care as long as she can ogle at a variety of big, beautiful tits all day, the only reason she started this “business.” Her employees wear uniforms that accentuate their chests as much as Amy can legally get away with. Amy utilizes secret x-ray machines in interview rooms to detect fake breasts or bra stuffing, automatically disqualifying such applicants while still interviewing them fully to maintain the illusion of legitimacy. Amy goes to great lengths to disguise this fetish utopia as a legitimate business. Typical Amy behaviors include dropping her pen "accidentally" so an employee can pick it up, exposing their cleavage, and randomly groping employees' breasts. One day, Amy needs an accountant, but the only applicant is a short, flat-chested brunette named Jade. Amy eventually concedes she has no choice but to hire Jade. Amy and her busty workforce are openly hostile towards Jade; they make sure she "knows her place" by frequently flaunting their breasts in front of her and constantly reminding her that her chest is "inferior." Eventually, Amy’s toxic obsession leads to her downfall.

Chapter 1: Amy’s Obsession

As Amy Thompson strolled through her consulting firm, her eyes hungrily scanned the room for her next target. A middle-aged lesbian with a strong, curvy build and shoulder-length dark hair, Amy's obsession with large breasts was apparent to anyone who walked through the door.

"Good morning, ladies," she purred, her voice dripping with anticipation as she watched her employees file in for the day. Each woman was more buxom than the last, their uniforms expertly tailored to accentuate their assets. The air practically hummed with sexual tension.

"Miss Thompson," greeted Cassie Flynn, a tall, vivacious redhead who jiggled with every step. "I've finished the report you asked for," she said, thrusting her chest forward so that Amy could get a better look at her bountiful cleavage.

"Excellent job, Cassie," Amy replied, her eyes never leaving the redhead's ample bosom. "Be sure to drop it off on my desk later, won't you?"

"Of course, Miss Thompson," Cassie winked, sauntering away with an exaggerated sway of her hips.

She sauntered up to a brunette standing by the water cooler, who was dressed in the firm's uniform—a tight blouse that accentuated her bountiful bosom. With a sly smile, Amy reached out and gave the woman's breasts a playful squeeze before moving on.

"Morning, Amy!" another employee called out, bending down to pick up some paperwork from the floor. Seizing the opportunity, Amy approached the unsuspecting blonde and briefly motorboated her, much to the woman's surprise and delight.

"Always a pleasure, Amy," the blonde giggled as she straightened up, adjusting her blouse.

Continuing her rounds, Amy spotted a petite redhead at her desk, engrossed in her work. She approached from behind, leaned over, and poured a bit of cold water down the front of the girl's blouse. The redhead squealed and jumped up, her now-damp shirt clinging to her ample chest.

"Keeping you on your toes, sweetheart," Amy winked, smirking as she turned away to make her way to her office.

As Amy continued to ogle the parade of busty women entering her office, she couldn't help but feel a sense of pride. She had built this company from the ground up, and it was a testament to her keen eye for “talent” that they were all here, working for her.

As she neared her destination, Amy passed two more employees, taking a moment to fondle their breasts with a practiced hand, eliciting breathy sighs from both women.

"Keep up the good work, ladies," Amy said with false sincerity, finally reaching the door to her office.

The atmosphere inside Amy's office was no less charged than the rest of the firm. Framed pictures of busty women adorned the walls, and even the office chairs were designed to cradle and support large breasts for maximum comfort. The dress code was explicitly tailored to accentuate the employee's assets, ensuring that their voluptuous figures were always on display.

As Amy eagerly awaited the arrival of the first applicant, she couldn't help but entertain the thought that perhaps, just maybe, she'd find someone who was not only a brilliant accountant but also blessed with a chest that could rival those of her current employees.

"Let the games begin," she whispered, her heart racing with anticipation.

As Amy sat at her desk, she couldn't help but let her eyes wander over the sea of voluptuous curves that filled her office. Her employees bustled about, their tight uniforms clinging to their ample chests as they attended to their tasks. The room was a modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah in Amy's mind, a delightful playground for her insatiable desires.

"Ms. Thompson," a soft-spoken voice interrupted her reverie. "We just lost another client."

Amy looked up to see one of her employees, Gretchen, standing in front of her with a concerned expression. "What do you mean we lost another client?" Amy demanded, her irritation momentarily overshadowing her lustful thoughts.

"They said our work wasn't up to par, and they're taking their business elsewhere," Gretchen nervously reported, clutching a folder against her heaving chest.

"Damn it!" Amy slammed her fist on the desk, causing her own breasts to jiggle enticingly. She couldn't deny that her company's performance had been slipping lately, but she refused to acknowledge the root cause: her obsession with hiring women based on their breast size rather than their qualifications.

"Maybe we should consider hiring someone more qualified for the accounting position," Gretchen suggested hesitantly, acutely aware of the true reason behind the company's decline.

"Qualified? Ha!" Amy scoffed, dismissing the idea outright. "I've built this company around my vision, and I won't compromise it for some flat-chested pencil pusher!"

"Of course, Ms. Thompson," Gretchen replied.

Left alone with her thoughts, Amy couldn't shake the nagging feeling that perhaps something needed to change. But admitting that would mean admitting her own failure, and that was a bitter pill too large for even her to swallow.

Chapter 2: Jade’s Entry

“Gretchen, please bring in the first applicant for the new accountancy position.” Amy ordered as Gretchen left.

The door opened, and Jade entered, her flat chest in her buttoned-up blouse standing out among the voluptuous women in the office. As Jade extended her hand, Amy barely glanced at it, her eyes scanning her chest with undisguised disappointment.

Amy gestured towards the chair opposite her desk, "Please take a seat." Unnerved and confused by Amy's cold greeting, Jade sat down. Her back straightened, determined to make a good impression despite the cold reception.

"Thank you for having me, Ms. Thompson," Jade said. Having thoroughly researched your company, I am excited about the prospect of contributing my accounting skills."

"Right," Amy replied, her gaze still lingering on Jade's chest. "Well, let's get started then." She began asking a series of questions, her tone monotonous and disinterested.

Jade answered each query with intelligence and thoughtfulness, detailing her extensive experience in financial analysis, budgeting, and tax preparation. But as she spoke, she couldn't shake the feeling that something was off. Amy's eyes never left Jade's chest, and her responses were short and curt, as if she had already made up her mind about the outcome of the interview.

"Is something wrong, Ms. Thompson?" Jade asked hesitantly, growing increasingly uncomfortable.

"Nothing at all," Amy muttered, a hint of annoyance creeping into her voice. "Let's just continue, shall we?" The remainder of the interview passed in much the same manner, and by the time Jade stood to leave, she felt utterly deflated.

"Thank you for your time, Ms. Thompson. I look forward to hearing from you." Jade said as she exited the office.

"Next!" Amy called out impatiently, eager to dismiss the memory of Jade's flat chest and move on to a more 'qualified' candidate. Her assistant, Melissa, appeared in the doorway, her face pale and anxious.

"Actually, Ms. Thompson, there are no other applicants today," Melissa stammered nervously, bracing herself for Amy's fury.

"What?!" Amy snapped. "You're telling me that the only applicant we have is that... that flat-chested girl?" She slammed her fist on the desk in frustration. "I would even hire a fucking janitor with big tits for this accounting position over her!"

"Um, yes, I understand your... preferences, but Jade's resume is very impressive. She's highly qualified for the position," Melissa ventured cautiously.

"Fine," Amy grumbled, her anger simmering beneath the surface. "Hire her. But make sure she understands where she stands in this company."

As Melissa scurried away to relay the news, Amy brooded at her desk, her obsession with large breasts casting a long shadow over the fate of her consulting firm. Little did she know that Jade's commitment and skill would soon lead them down an unexpected path, challenging not only the company's future but also the foundation of her very desires.

Chapter 3: Jade’s First Day

As Jade entered the main office area, her gaze was immediately drawn to the sea of ample cleavage displayed by her coworkers. In tight uniforms that accentuated their voluptuous curves, women discussed business matters while casually flaunting their assets. Every woman on the staff seemed blessed with an abundance of breast tissue, and Jade couldn't help feeling inadequate.

"Hey there," a sultry voice purred from behind her. Jade turned to find a statuesque blonde approaching. "You must be the new girl. I'm Holly."

Holly Williams is a ditzy, naive, blue-eyed blonde with the firm's biggest breasts, making all the others envious and wishing they had half her rack. Her favorite employee, Holly shares Amy's obsession with breasts and acts as her "right-hand woman," always going the extra mile for her and taking her side in disputes. Holly is also cognizant of her breast's power and uses it to manipulate others.

Her ample chest almost spilled out of her uniform, and the way she shifted her chest indicated she was well aware of its effect on others.

"Nice to meet you, Holly," Jade replied, forcing a smile and trying not to stare at Holly's generous cleavage. "I'm Jade."

"Ah, so you're the one Amy mentioned," Holly smirked, casting a meaningful glance at Jade's flat chest. "Well, don't worry, sweetheart. We all have our own... assets."

Jade clenched her jaw, swallowing a retort as she felt the heat rising to her cheeks. It was clear that her lack of breasts would not go unnoticed in this workplace. Determined to prove her worth despite her modest chest, she squared her shoulders and strode towards her assigned desk.

"Morning, Jade," Amy greeted, appearing beside her with a clipboard in hand. Her eyes flickered over Jade's figure before settling on her chest with a sigh of disappointment. "Well, since you're here, we might as well put you to work. But remember, just because you have a brain doesn't mean you can ignore our dress code. Make sure to wear something more... appealing next time."

"Of course, Ms. Thompson," Jade said through gritted teeth, doing her best to maintain her professionalism.

Throughout the day, Amy's obsession with large breasts was impossible to ignore. She constantly praised her well-endowed employees for their "assets" while making snide remarks about Jade's lack of cleavage.

"Jade, I need those reports on my desk by the end of the day," Amy said, pausing to eye a passing employee's generous bust with obvious appreciation. "And make sure they're as thorough as Holly's... presentation."

"Understood, Ms. Thompson," Jade replied quietly, her brow furrowing in frustration as she focused on her work.

Despite the humiliation and hostility, Jade refused to let her spirit be crushed.

As the women bustled about, adjusting their uniforms and preening like peacocks, Jade steeled herself for the challenges that lay ahead. With every belittling remark and condescending glance, she grew more determined to prove her worth – not just to Amy, but to herself as well.

Jade took a deep breath as she entered the break room, her mind racing with calculations and figures. She glanced around the cramped space, taking in the sight of Holly, Imani, Cassie, Ginger, and Becky lounging on the sofas, their ample cleavage on display as they gossiped and giggled.

"Hey, Jade," Holly cooed, her blue eyes gleaming mischievously. "You're just in time for our little competition. We're trying to see who can balance a coffee mug on her chest the longest."

"Sounds... fun," Jade muttered, feeling her cheeks flush with embarrassment. She couldn't help but notice the way the other women smirked at her, their gazes flicking to her flat chest before returning to their own generous assets.

"Aw, don't be shy," Ginger Tanaka, a beautiful East Asian woman of Japanese descent with light brown-skin and enormous breasts with a small waist and petite frame, purred, her sultry gaze locked on Jade's face. "We all know you won't win, but it's all in good fun, right?"

"Actually, I need to get back to work," Jade replied, her voice firm despite the tremor that threatened to betray her vulnerability. As she grabbed her sandwich from the refrigerator, she couldn't shake the feeling of being an outsider in her own workplace.

"Suit yourself," Cassie said with a shrug, but not before shooting Jade a mocking glance that seemed to say, 'You don't belong here.'

Back at her desk, Jade gritted her teeth and dove into the company's financial records, determined to prove her worth through her skills rather than her appearance. As she sifted through the data, she began to notice some alarming discrepancies.

"Wait a minute..." Jade mumbled to herself, her heart pounding in her chest. "These numbers don't add up."

"Talking to yourself now, Jade?" Imani Jackson, a tall, confident, and busty African-American woman, sneered, leaning over her shoulder with an air of condescension. "Maybe you should focus on something more your speed, like counting paperclips."

"Actually," Jade shot back, her voice steady and controlled, "I think I've discovered a serious issue with our financial records. It looks like we might be losing money due to some overlooked expenses."

"Really?" Rebecca "Becky" Johnson smirk faltered, and she glanced around nervously before lowering her voice to a conspiratorial whisper. "You'd better not mess this up, or we'll all be out of a job."

"Trust me," Jade replied, her eyes blazing with determination, "I have no intention of letting that happen."

And so, Jade set to work, analyzing the company's finances and developing a plan to save it from ruin. Though the tension between her and her colleagues continued to grow, fueled by their insecurities and Amy's toxic obsession, Jade refused to let it distract her from her mission.

Chapter 4: Office Standoffs

The next day, Jade arrived at the office with a steely resolve. As she walked past Holly's desk, she couldn't help but notice the ostentatious display of cleavage in her coworker's low-cut blouse. Holly smirked, cupping her hands under her breasts and giving them a little jiggle.

"Morning, 'A-cup'!" she sing-songed, her eyes twinkling with mischief.

"Morning," Jade replied tersely, heading straight to her own desk. She refused to let their obsession with breast size distract her from doing what she was there for - her job.

Jade sat at her desk, diligently working on a spreadsheet, her eyes flicking back and forth as she scanned the numbers. Her short brown hair framed her face, highlighting her determined expression. Surrounding her were the other employees – Holly, Cassie, Ginger, Becky – each absorbed in their own tasks yet managing to radiate an unmistakable air of hostility.

As Jade typed away, she couldn't help but notice the exaggerated movements of her colleagues. It seemed as if they were purposely flaunting their curvaceous figures, emphasizing the ample size of their breasts. She tried to ignore them, focusing on her work instead, but the tension in the room was palpable.

"Hey, Cassie, could you pass me that stapler?" Holly asked sweetly, giving Jade a sidelong glance as she stretched across the table. Her low-cut blouse strained against her large breasts, which threatened to spill out with every movement.

"Sure thing, Holly," Cassie replied, handing over the stapler. As she did so, she leaned forward just enough to showcase her own impressive cleavage. Jade felt her cheeks heat up as she tried to keep her gaze on the computer screen.

Ginger, seemingly oblivious to the standoff, innocently adjusted her blouse while shooting a coy smile at Jade. Meanwhile, Becky strutted past Jade's desk, making sure she swayed her hips dramatically, causing her chest to bounce with each step.

Jade clenched her jaw, doing her best not to let their provocations get to her. She knew they were hoping to distract her from her work, but she was determined not to give them the satisfaction.

"Ugh, this report is such a pain," Becky grumbled, loudly slapping her papers on the table. "I could really use a massage right now," she said, arching her back and thrusting her chest forward.

"Tell me about it," Cassie chimed in. "At least we have something to help us relax." She gave her breasts a subtle pat, eliciting snickers from Holly and Ginger.

"Focus, Jade," she muttered under her breath, her fingers flying across the keyboard. "You've dealt with worse."

As the afternoon wore on, the tension in the office continued to rise. While Jade remained steadfast in her professionalism, her coworkers' antics grew more and more exaggerated. It was clear they were trying to make her feel unwelcome, but she refused to let them win.

As Jade focused on her screen, the sound of high heels clicking across the floor drew her attention. Holly sashayed into the room, her ample cleavage drawing every eye in the office. Following her lead, Cassie, Ginger, and Becky made their way over, their voluptuousness on full display.

"Whew, it's getting hot in here," Holly declared dramatically, fanning herself with a manila folder. She executed an exaggerated bounce on the balls of her feet, which set her sizable breasts jiggling, much to the amusement of the others.

"Must be all the hard work we're doing," Cassie replied coyly, joining Holly in a synchronized bouncing routine. Their laughter filled the air as they showed off their assets.

*Just focus on your work,* Jade thought, her fingers dancing over her keyboard with practiced precision. The tension in the room was palpable, but she was determined not to let it distract her.

"Hey, Jade, don't you think you'd work better if you joined us?" Becky teased, giving her own chest a little shake. "It's really quite... invigorating."

"Thanks, but I'm good," Jade replied tersely, eyes locked on her computer screen.

"Suit yourself," Ginger chimed in, her voice dripping with faux innocence. She feigned adjusting her blouse, making sure her cleavage was more pronounced than before. "I just find that my productivity increases when I'm... comfortable."

Jade could feel her coworkers' smirks bore into her as she struggled to maintain her composure. She knew they would never let up, constantly reminding her of their perceived superiority through snide comments and subtle gestures. It was infuriating, but she refused to give them the satisfaction of seeing her squirm.

"Alright, ladies, back to work," Amy called from her office, breaking the tension for a moment.

"Of course, Amy!" Holly replied, winking at Jade before sauntering away.

As the women dispersed, Jade took a deep breath and refocused on her tasks. She knew that they would continue their provocative antics to make her feel unwelcome, but she couldn't let it affect her work. She was here to do a job, and she'd be damned if she let their childish behavior stand in her way.

Jade clenched her jaw, her eyes flicking from the spreadsheet to the not-so-subtle display of flesh that taunted her. The constant reminders were almost unbearable, but she refused to sweat. She concentrated on the numbers before her, blocking out coworkers' whispers and exaggerated movements.

As Cassie sauntered up to her desk with a cup of coffee, her ample cleavage nearly spilling out of her low-cut blouse, she drawls, "Hey, Jade." "Did you hear about the new bra size that came out? It's called 'almost there.' Thought you might be interested."

In embarrassment, Jade muttered, "Very funny." She could feel the eyes of her colleagues on her, their smirks barely concealed as they pretended to work.

"Aw, come on, don't be like that," Cassie purred, leaning in closer and allowing Jade an unwelcome glimpse of her décolletage. "We're just having some fun. You should try it sometime."

"Thanks for the advice," Jade replied icily, forcing herself to look away from the unwanted view and back to her screen. "I'll keep that in mind."

"Alright, suit yourself." Cassie shrugged, tossing her long, silky hair over her shoulder as she sashayed back to her own desk.

Desperate to defuse the situation, Jade employed a bit of humor. "You know, I've heard caffeine stunts growth," she said loudly enough for Cassie to hear. “Perhaps you should drink more coffee, Giraffe."

A few stifled chuckles rippled through the office, and Jade smiled triumphantly. It was a minor victory, but she'd take it.

"Keep dreaming, Jade," Ginger shot back, her own laughter tinged with derision. "Maybe one day you'll catch up to the rest of us."

“It's not like that will ever happen," Jade thought bitterly, her momentary satisfaction evaporating. Although she knew their taunts would not stop, she refused to give in. Through her skills and determination, she would rise above their pettiness.

“Alright, focus," Jade murmured to herself, fighting the urge to glance over at her giggling coworkers.

With a deep breath, Jade turned her attention back to the spreadsheet on her computer screen. The rhythmic tapping of the keys served as a soothing balm to her frazzled nerves, helping to block out the distracting whispers and snickers from the other side of the room.

"Hey Jade," Holly called out, leaning provocatively against the copier with her impressive cleavage on full display. "Can you help me with these copies? My hands are just so full." She gestured to her voluminous breasts with a sly grin, making it clear that she wasn't actually seeking assistance.

"Sorry, Holly," Jade replied without looking up from her work. "I'm swamped right now. Maybe someone else can lend a hand?"

"Ooh, too bad," Cassie chimed in, her voice dripping with false sympathy. "You wouldn't have trouble carrying this stack of papers since you don't carry around another large stack like we do."

Jade clenched her jaw, frustration simmering beneath the surface. She knew the others were watching, waiting for her to snap, but she was determined not to give them what they wanted. Instead, she silently counted to ten, allowing the numbers to ground her before responding.

"Actually, Cassie," she said evenly, a hint of humor lacing her words, "I find that having a smaller chest helps me focus on my work rather than on... distractions."

Becky snorted, crossing her arms under her own ample bosom. "Well, I guess we can't all be blessed with both brains and beauty, can we?"

"Apparently not," Jade agreed with a tight smile, her gaze never leaving her screen.

Jade felt a surge of determination wash over her as her coworkers' laughter filled the air. She couldn't let their petty games derail her from doing what she did best. It was with renewed vigor that she dove back into her work, her fingers dancing across the keys, numbers and calculations flowing seamlessly together.

At that moment, Jade embodied professionalism and resilience, her unwavering focus starkly contrasted with the childish antics of her peers. An island of calm in a sea of unprofessionalism, Jade stood strong as the office dissolved into chaos and crude jokes.

Jade's fingers flew across the keyboard as her mind focused on her complex calculations. An undercurrent of unease thickened the air around her like a heavy fog in the office. She deftly navigated the spreadsheet, each entry chipping away at the status quo that had held sway in Amy's breast-obsessed world for far too long.

"Ugh, Jade," Becky scoffed from across the room, rolling her eyes as she leaned against Ginger's desk and jiggled her ample bosom provocatively. "Can't you just give it a rest already? We all know you're trying to compensate for your… shortcomings."

"Seriously, Jade," Holly chimed in, crossing her arms beneath her own impressive chest as she shot a conspiratorial wink at Cassie. "Nobody likes a try-hard."

She ignored them, her jaw clenched tight as she focused on her task. Her every keystroke brought her closer to proving herself, to proving that she was more than just a convenient target for their shallow taunts.

"Especially when they don't have the goods to back it up," Cassie added, squeezing her ample bosoms.

Jade eventually cracked, screaming “Will you shut up, Cassie!?”

"What’s going on here!?" Amy's voice cut through the tension, her tone sharp as ice. She stood in the doorway to her office, her arms crossed as she surveyed the scene before her with a mix of anger and frustration.

"Everything's just fine, Amy," Jade replied evenly, meeting her boss's gaze without flinching. "I'm just finishing up this month's financial reports."

"Yes, well, it seems as though some of my employees have forgotten that they are here to work." Amy's eyes narrowed, her gaze darting accusingly at Jade, while the others laugh at Jade’s comically unfair treatment.

"Right," Jade said, her voice steady despite the pounding of her heart. "I'll have the reports on your desk within the hour." And with that, she turned back to her computer, her fingers once again blurring across the keys as she plunged headlong into the numbers.

Amy watched Jade work for a moment, her expression unreadable. She couldn't deny the accountant's skills were valuable. But at the same time, it was clear that Jade's presence was disrupting the delicate balance of power in her office. She retreated back into her office, closing the door behind her with a frustrated sigh.

She paced back and forth, her chest heaving with each labored breath as she tried to make sense of what was happening. Her company, once on the brink of collapse, was now thriving, and it was all thanks to Jade.

"Damn that flat-chested woman and her infuriating competence!" Amy muttered under her breath, clenching her fists in frustration.

"Is everything okay, Amy?" came a concerned voice from the doorway. Samantha "Sam" Green, her best friend, stood there, furrowing her brow at Amy's erratic behavior.

Ugh, Sam, you won't believe it," Amy huffed, collapsing into her chair. "Jade has turned this company around. Clients are coming back, and everyone is whispering about how great she is."

"Isn't that a good thing?" Sam asked, leaning against the doorframe. "It means your business is doing well."

"Of course, but... but I can't stand it!" Amy exclaimed, her eyes narrowing. "She's proving me wrong, and I hate it. I wanted someone with big, beautiful breasts to save the day, not... her!"

Sam shook her head, her curly, short hair bouncing. "Amy, you need to let go of your unhealthy obsession with breasts and focus on running a successful business instead."

"Easy for you to say," Amy muttered. "You've never had to deal with this..."

"Obsession?" Sam finished for her, raising an eyebrow. "Look, I know you're attracted to women with large breasts, and there's nothing wrong with that. But when it starts affecting your decisions and the people around you, it becomes a problem."

"Maybe you're right," Amy conceded, her shoulders slumping. "But I can't help it, Sam. It's like a deep, insatiable hunger. The bigger the breasts, the more I want them."

"Then maybe it's time to seek help," Sam said gently, placing a hand on Amy's shoulder. "You need to find balance in your life and learn that there's more to people than their physical appearance. You're a smart, successful woman, and you deserve better than to be consumed by this obsession."

Amy sighed, running her fingers through her dark hair. "I know you're right, Sam. But it won't be easy."

"Nothing worth doing ever is," Sam replied with a small smile. "But I'll be here for you every step of the way."

Chapter 5: Jade Finds an Ally

One late night at the office, Jade discovered a kindred spirit among her colleagues. Cynthia Martinez, a buxom Latina with wavy, thick black hair and breasts like Salma Hayek and Sofia Vergara approached Jade's desk hesitantly.

"Hey, I'm working late too," she smiled empathetically. "I've noticed you've been working extra hours to fix our financial situation, and I just wanted to say... I think you're very brave."

"Thank you, Cynthia," Jade replied, touched by the unexpected gesture. "I appreciate your kind words."

Cynthia leaned in closer, lowering her voice. "Can I just be honest here? I'm beginning to question Amy's values. There is more to a person than their...assets." She gestured vaguely to her chest, which was generously endowed.

"Absolutely," Jade agreed, feeling a connection forming between them. "Everyone has something unique to offer, regardless of appearance."

Over time, Cynthia became Jade's source of emotional support, guiding her through the toxic workplace. Together, they faced down the taunts and jibes from their colleagues, refusing to let their superficial judgments define them.

Meanwhile, Jade's tireless efforts began to bear fruit. A newfound professionalism and competence in handling accounts impressed former clients who had abandoned the firm due to its declining reputation.

However, the atmosphere remained charged with erotic tension as the busty employees continued to flaunt their ample bosoms and torment Jade for her chest, encouraged by Amy's obsession. Nevertheless, with Cynthia by her side, Jade knew she could continue to challenge Amy's toxic values and reshape the firm's culture.

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