TheDirty.com founder holds 'Toys for Ta-Tas' Drive - New York News

TheDirty.com founder holds 'Toys for Ta-Tas' Drive

Posted: Updated: Dec 11, 2012 09:51 PM
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -

It's a tradition for a lot of people, especially this time of the year -- gathering up new or used toys for a good cause.

But one local website is taking that idea and giving it an adult twist.

Donate two toys and you could win yourself a free breast augmentation. It's an interesting idea for a Christmas toy donation drive.

It's the perfect pairing of Scottsdale nightlife and charity.

Maybe you're looking at boosting your bust this holiday season but can't afford it. Well the thedirty.com's Nik Richie is here to help.

"Let's give away some breast implants and call it ‘Toys for Ta-Tas.' It's just genius," said Richie.

That's right. The toy drive he's hosting is called "Toys for Ta-Tas." And it's being held at The Mint night club in Scottsdale this week.

Donate a pair of toys and you'll have a chance to win a pair of free breasts.

"Obviously we go with the protocol of, it's gotta fit the body. Some women are small, some women are big, some women want small breasts, some want big breasts. It's up to the patient what they wanna do," says plastic surgeon Dr. Corwin Martin, of north Scottsdale.

"These tat-as are really good ta-tas. you're looking at a $10,000 to $15,000 boob job so a lucky lady is going to have an unbelievable Christmas."

Richie says the idea came from trying to figure out a way to motivate all of his thedirty.com readers to donate.

"I've got an overwhelming response from girls all over Arizona. We actually have people flying in from California and neighboring states as well to give toys for ta-tas," says Richie.

He says he hasn't received any negative feedback so far. He's hoping to collect at least 300 toys for underprivileged kids.

"I just want to make everyone beautiful. Scottsdale is a beautiful place, a lucky girl is going to win some ta-tas and underprivileged children will win free toys that will be awesome."

Dr. Martin says they don't discriminate. If the surgery winner is 20 or 80, they'll get the surgery.

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