Juggs, a monthly magazine of ideas and mammoth breasts founded by Lewis H. Lapham in 1981 following his editorship of Harper’s Magazine. Started as a passion project to explore Lapham’s deep interest in postmodern aesthetics, enormous double D-tits, and literary culture, Juggs is today regarded as one of the finest and most astute knocker-themed perotdiclas and sources of commentary in the country.
Lapham left Juggs in 2006 to assume editorship of the small-press literary journal Finally Legal. 
from The Onion Book of Known Knowledge

Juggs, a monthly magazine of ideas and mammoth breasts founded by Lewis H. Lapham in 1981 following his editorship of Harper’s Magazine. Started as a passion project to explore Lapham’s deep interest in postmodern aesthetics, enormous double D-tits, and literary culture, Juggs is today regarded as one of the finest and most astute knocker-themed perotdiclas and sources of commentary in the country.

Lapham left Juggs in 2006 to assume editorship of the small-press literary journal Finally Legal

from The Onion Book of Known Knowledge