Obviously it is considering how popular Triumph Maximizers are. Course I call all those that wear them the popular home houseware brand "Rubbermaid" cause of all the rubber inserts that try to make mountains out of molehills.
They should try just using chicken fillets instead as that way, when the boyfriend finds out it's all false advertising he might be soothed when he finds out that, if nothing more, make a meal out of the padding.
For the life of me I can't understand why a girl would shove things in her bra that will stretch, pull or twist their little warm puppies into shapes that eventually will leave them looking like flat fried eggs instead of warm frisky puppies. Don't they realize more than a mouthfull goes to waste anyway?
Give me little warm brown frisky puppies any day! I'm like the energizer bunny, couple of AA's will keep me goin' & goin' & goin' all night.
So to answer your question are they socially acceptable? Depends on what kind of "fake" breasts you are talking about. Breast augmentation? As in surgery? It's looked down upon for some reason even thought "falsies" aren't. Strange huh!?!
Why would it matter in the business arena? You are not talking about Dolly Parton so it should be a problem I would think unless you are going to walk around saying "I had a boob job, how do you like 'em and then flash the CEO..