Plastic Surgery Muscles

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    Sep 19, 2007 5:11 PM GMT
    No I don't have any, but what's your take on this? For those that have those "problem" areas. Like small underdeveloped calves. Or whatever.. How common is this? Does anyone know?
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    Sep 19, 2007 5:31 PM GMT
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    I have no idea how common it is, but I have a negative attitude about it. Muscles are earned, and surgical facsimile of muscle tissue strikes me as cheating and lazy.
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    Sep 19, 2007 5:39 PM GMT
    the pics at paradox...does he think he looks good ?
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    Sep 19, 2007 8:55 PM GMT





    OH MY GOD. Is that a real person...
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    Sep 19, 2007 9:02 PM GMT
    He's an actual person; whether he's "real" is a matter of opinion. My recollection is that he's a hairstylist out in LA, and he spent a quarter million dollars on surgery to look like that. IMO, his pec implants look more like women's breasts than a man's chest.
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    Sep 19, 2007 9:06 PM GMT
    I can't understand how a dr would keep doing surgeries on someone like this....I think is not ethic, obviously this man has serious mental problems....very sad.

    Dude, don't get any fake muscles....very few people are going to be 'perfect' so learn how to deal with your imperfections....
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    Sep 19, 2007 9:07 PM GMT
    sorry, didn't see your photos...you don't need muscles....""blushing""
  • cacti

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    Sep 19, 2007 9:59 PM GMT
    Oh dear God... what is scarier, the tits or corpsy face? Let's find more pics, this could be a fun thread.
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:00 PM GMT
    There's no better feeling than hitting the gym, executing your work-out's diligently with proper form, while eating accordingly, and having a great feeling of achievement, especially where goals are set in.

    Slipping prosthetics (via plastic surgery) for vain, aesthetic purposes is sad, noticeable, and laughable! I have seen a couple of guys while out and about who ostensibly had chest implants and bicep enhancements for the sake of looking muscular. But because the rest of their body fails to complement where those falsies are placed, their bodies look disproportionate. Not to mention, chest implants resemble more a woman's breast than hunky, masculine pectorals.

    Once more, it's very sad these individuals are performing these haphazard surgeries to garner the attraction of another. The guy in the image above is someone I've seen on one of those E! channel news specials, and he's one sad case: He honestly believes he looks better and that there's nothing "odd" or "off" about him. Well, you guys be the judge.

    As Paradox stated, " . . . muscles are earned . . . a surgical facsimile of muscle tissue strikes me as cheating and lazy . . . ." It certainly is!
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:04 PM GMT
    lol.. I don't need any. but i remember that one show on MTV. True Life. Where that guy got calf implants because according to him his calves were never developing right.

    As far as that freak show above. If that is anything like what results look like, then they can have it. He looks like that one billionaire chic. The one who's ex husband was a plastic surgeon, and turned her face into a catty appearance.
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:04 PM GMT
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:05 PM GMT
    think of as they age and the rest of the body sags and the implants just stay there... hahahahahaha
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:09 PM GMT








    OH SHYT. CACTI YOU SCARED THE BEJESUS OUTTA ME!!
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:10 PM GMT
    a close friend of mine told me a story at the gym of a friend of hers who wanted to be a bodybuilder or I guess just look like one. He got calf inplants. To make a long story short one got infected and they had to amputate the leg just below the knee. He became extremely depressed afterwards, and she lost track of him.

    The pic of that guy is scary. He looks like plastic face. Gruesome, corpse like- agreed. He should have put the money toward psychotherapy. The surgeon who did it should be put in jail.
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:11 PM GMT
    It's right up there with Synthol, in my opinion.

    I can see a prosthetic when you've lost a calf muscle to injury or something like that, and you feel disfigured. In fact, I know guys who have had their faces reconstructed after injury, and I'm glad medical science can do it....

    But the fake biceps (google "Biceps of Adonis" for a laugh sometime) and the liposculpted abs and all the rest will never fool a genuine jock.

    One guy I know in DC had pec implants put in, but they were done wrong, and every time he reached up for something, his hand would go numb and he'd lose his grip. Getting stuff out of kitchen cabinets was hilarious.... He later had them removed and went back to the gym.

    J.
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:12 PM GMT
    Forget the google - here's the link: http://www.bodyimplants.com/
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:16 PM GMT






    I can't get pass the pictures. Oh my indeed..
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    Sep 19, 2007 10:31 PM GMT
    Well here's a video of scary corpse man from above. His name is Steve Erhardt. I would have embedded it here but it was disabled: http://youtube.com/watch?v=r324_pjRPew

    And since halloween candy is on the shelves already, I think the rest of these are fair game:

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    Sep 19, 2007 10:43 PM GMT
    I was also pondering the ethics of the doctors who are willing to make surgical freaks like the guy above, Michael Jackson, and Jocelyn Wildenstein. And, my knee-jerk reaction is that it's gotta be unethical. But, if these people desire to look like that, why is it unethical for body modification professionals to make it possible? Was it unethical for the body piercers and tattoo artists to create Lizardman? I don't think so. I don't see why those bodymod professionals should be labeled unethical simply because they're willing to work on clients whose sense of personal aesthetic happens to be different than that of most people.
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    Sep 19, 2007 11:15 PM GMT
    ok thats a bit unfair
    when that guy had his surgeries it was still relativly new
    people have made so much improvements to that industry
    of course everyone only posts pictures of the mistakes and the freaks, but noone shows the success pictures
    i am a big fan of plastic surgery- i would never get it but i 100% support it
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    Sep 19, 2007 11:41 PM GMT
    Ive heard of minor surgeries, temporary treatments, this and that. Unless your bad off to begin with, and any outcome is a better possiable one, why risk it? And you look good, work it out. And if you hate it, use it, n fix it!

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    Sep 19, 2007 11:46 PM GMT
    I think there was an MTV real life about "wanting the perfect body" and this guy got calf implants because he didn't like the size of his natural ones. Seems like more of an insecurity issue than a vain one.
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    Sep 20, 2007 12:46 AM GMT
    That was one of the best true life episodes - I really wish they would bring those to dvd. Anyway, if you remember it was a generally "simple" procedure (the calf implants) but it was the after part that was rough....he couldnt walk normally for like a week and lived in that hotel...noone visited him...it was him, the crew, and a dominos pizza. Sad. Then when he could walk and was showing off his new plastic calves...NOONE CARED...

    Just a thought.
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    Sep 20, 2007 1:30 AM GMT
    A couple of summers ago I was stung on the top lip by a bald-faced hornet while at a greenhouse. I reacted quite badly, and people were looking at my swelling lip with horror. So I went to the bathroom to look in the mirror. The first words out of my mouth were "Oh my God! I look like Jocelyn Wildenstein!"

    I was supposed to go to a friend's wedding that night. I sat alone in the dark instead.
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    Sep 20, 2007 3:04 AM GMT
    GuyNextDoor....

    Case in point, Twilight Zone episode "The Eye of the Beholder" 11/11/1960.

    http://tzone.the-croc.com/tzeplist/beholder.html