The Reader's Digest, January 2000, p. 120.
During our church service one Sunday, a parishioner was speaking about an emotionally charged topic and had trouble controlling her tears. Finishing her remarks, she told the congregation, "I apologize for crying so much. I'm usually not such a big boob."
The bishop rose to close the session and remarked, "That's okay. We like big boobs." -- Contributed by L.S.
[Reprinted in Pamela Chichinskas-Johnson & Marianne Wait, eds., Laughter, The Best Medicine (Montreal: The Reader's Digest Association (Canada) Ltd., 2006), p. 105; Laughter, The Best Medicine: Holidays (New York & Montreal: The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., 2012), p. 191.]
D.N. Giles & C. L. Beck, Mormon Mishaps and Mischief: Hilarious Stories for Saints (Springville, Utah: CFI, 2009), p. xv.
The authors of this book, as well as the contributors, have given you these stories as they remember them happening at the time. The humorous events described are real, although artistic license was allowed in coloring dialogue or minor details. [...]
Giles & Beck, Mormon Mishaps, p. 6.
By C. L. Beck
When touched by the Spirit, people often find it difficult to contain their emotions as they bear witness of the truthfulness of the gospel. One fast meeting, a sister stood to bear her testimony. Holding a Kleenex to damp eyes and struggling with her feelings, she said, "I don't do this very often because I'm such a big boob."
After she sat down, a member of the bishopric stepped to the pulpit. Offering what he thought was consolation, he said, "That's okay; we like big boobs."