When I first heard about an organized social media event called "Boobquake," I thought to myself, "Awesome, this will finally give Christina Hendricks a reason to get a Twitter account." As far as I know, the "Mad Men" beauty has yet to blast out a photo of her glorious cleavage to the world in support of Jen McCreight's grassroots campaign to essentially give a collective middle finger to an Iranian cleric who claims a world-wide increase in seismic activity is being caused by women who do not dress modestly. Yes, Tehran's leading Friday prayer leader, Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi, recently claimed that women revealing their lady lumps "leads young men astray, corrupt their chastity, and spread adultery in society, which increases earthquakes."
We realize this doesn't make a whole lot of sense, so, at first, we really tried to ignore Boobquake Day. We really did. Unfortunately, Boobquake Day could no longer go ignored when news broke that a 6.9 magnitude earthquake rattled the coast of Taiwan while liberated women around the world were uploading pictures of their knockers to Twitter and Facebook for all the broadband Internet world to see. That's right, it seems like this busty viral media experiment took on a life of its own. Thousands of women have uploaded pictures of their breasts today on various social media platforms. This is nice and all, but we're convinced these 10 celebrities would have raised the magnitude on the Richter scale for this tremor near Taiwan. After the jump are 10 women we wish would have participated in Boobquake Day.