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Default 09-05-2007, 03:24 PM

So no need for surgery; like Silver Wolf Kitty just said. I'm happy in my own skin, thanks very much.


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Default 09-05-2007, 05:34 PM

There was this lady on this show I used to watch. She used to have literally NO b00bs. At all.

She got surgery, and she said her b00bs weigh eleven pounds each. O_o



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Default 09-05-2007, 08:42 PM

Uhm. I've never seen anyone with teeth so crooked they couldn't eat and I've seen some pretty crooked teeth.

And, plastic surgery changes the way you look, so do braces or...coloring your hair. :/
Or piercings.

Plastic surgery is just...new..er. And therefore people think poorly of it like they did when people dyed their hair, or got tattoos or body piercings.

It's ALL body modification.

So you can't very well say that you don't agree with plastic surgery and then have a couple of tattoos.




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Default 09-05-2007, 09:14 PM

ive colored my hair but thats for a reson id rather not say

i also have braces but thats cuz if i didnt get braces my teeth would stick out so much that i wouldnt b able to close my mouth!

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Default 09-06-2007, 08:03 AM

I never said I didn't agree with plastic surgery; I just don't see it as the cure for all ills. If you have poor self esteem, getting your bo'obs done won't help you; you'll still feel the same way inside. You need to get to the root of the problem rather than change yourself.

Also, while I have no problem with the NHS paying for bo'ob jobs for medical reasons, like causing curvature of the spine, having one considerably larger than the other or having none at all, I don't agree with the NHS paying for purely cosmetic surgery. You want your bo'obs bigger, for no other reason than you want a bigger bust? Pay for it yourself.

Finally, a lot of ppl have become addicted to surgery (look up Jocelyn Wildestein and Michael Jackson) and others have gone to cheap and foreign surgeons and had it b'otched.


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Default 09-06-2007, 03:31 PM

yeah. i no. problem is that a cousin of mine got it done by a forengier (sp sorry) and it turned out horible!
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Default 09-08-2007, 08:43 PM

Well for me it isn't about self confidence but more about health problems as in my back with my big-o-bongos lol Im almost a D and 17 n i dont feel comfy at all with that so this year I scheduled a procedure for december b4 christmas!!! i guess it'l be a present to my self and my health


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Default 09-09-2007, 07:57 AM

I'm a 34D. I have an hourglass figure. My friend's a DD, and it's not actually that big on her. When you think about it, a C is only one step away from a D, and a D is only one step away from a DD. Which I happen to be closing in on due to weight gain.

I considered getting plastic surgery before... when I was 15 or something. I was only a C cup then, and I was like, "Ugh. I want a bigger bust." I'm fine now, though...

If you need plastic surgery, go ahead. If you want it, that's your choice. I'm not ruling out getting some. I have nothing to have done for now, anyway.
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Default 09-10-2007, 05:43 PM

Also It depends what kind of plastic surgery one is getting

It depends whether its Cosmetic or Reconstructive so Idk y ur saying ppl shouldnt get plastic surgery It all weighs on the situation


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Default 09-11-2007, 09:10 PM

Yes, but it's something that modify s your appearance. It's pretty much the same thing, just not as dramatic.

Plastic surgery is just the tattoo of this generation.

In ten more years or so it's not going to be such a big deal.




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