Cosmetic surgery

  • craycraydoesd...

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    Apr 10, 2016 5:27 PM GMT
    Would you ever do it? Would you admit to your friends about doing it if you did? icon_biggrin.gif
  • interestingch...

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    Apr 10, 2016 5:42 PM GMT
    No I wouldn't ever have cosmetic surgery, every surgery you have is trauma on the body which goes into some sort of shock, having anesthesia isn't very good for you and can apparently contribute to developing forms of dementia because of the aluminium in the anesthetic.
    Also being too concerned with your looks is just plain shallow and you should learn to accept your looks and grow old gracefully, its way more attractive, people who are comfortable in their own skin exude a kind of confidence thats hard to ignore
    My hair is greying and I have never had more attention, way more than when my hair was blond so I won't dye it either, I am also collecting a few lines on my face which I like, I call them wisdom lines which tell a story of my life, I will be keeping them too, I don't even wear sun screen, I occasionally use moisturiser if my skin is a little dry, thats as vain as I get.
  • whytehot

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    Apr 10, 2016 5:49 PM GMT
    If I wanted to, I'd admit it.

    And for a brief moment, so did Radd icon_lol.gif

    Radd saidI was called "the nose" or "bean pole" all through school because of my big nose and being extremely skinny. And once they found out I was gay, forget about it. Constant bullying and name calling until I got to high school. The moment I turned 19 I got a nose job. Two years later it shifted and had to get another one. Looking back, there was really nothing wrong with my nose, but being so skinny made it look bigger than it was. I wish I had my original nose back. I went through all that pain trying to please others.

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    Radd saidNo, I have not had a nose job. A Septoplasty yes, twice but not the same thing as a nose job as it has a medical purpose. Neither have I ever been in a sixteen year relationship, nor did I used to be a squirrel or half the other things the rabid queens like to say about me. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Apr 10, 2016 6:44 PM GMT
    I haven't been and are not tempted by it yet , but if one day it happens , i won't hide it ..
  • leanandclean

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    Apr 10, 2016 8:27 PM GMT
    No, if I had that kind of money to spend there are many other things I'd want to do with it.
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    Apr 10, 2016 11:46 PM GMT
    If someone has the funds, understands the possible complications and wants to feel better about themself why not? Have at it!
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    Apr 11, 2016 12:42 AM GMT
    Don't do it! My penis reduction surgery went terribly wrong and now it's even bigger than before!

    (At least, now I can measure directly if they are screwing me over at Subway when I order a footlong sandwich.)

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  • ANTiSociaLiNJ...

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    Apr 11, 2016 1:22 AM GMT
    Sure, why not?

    I would never lie to my friends about it. Lying about things like this is a sign of spinelessness.
  • craycraydoesd...

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    Apr 11, 2016 5:28 AM GMT
    whytehot saidIf I wanted to, I'd admit it.

    And for a brief moment, so did Radd icon_lol.gif

    Radd saidI was called "the nose" or "bean pole" all through school because of my big nose and being extremely skinny. And once they found out I was gay, forget about it. Constant bullying and name calling until I got to high school. The moment I turned 19 I got a nose job. Two years later it shifted and had to get another one. Looking back, there was really nothing wrong with my nose, but being so skinny made it look bigger than it was. I wish I had my original nose back. I went through all that pain trying to please others.

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3344752

    Radd saidNo, I have not had a nose job. A Septoplasty yes, twice but not the same thing as a nose job as it has a medical purpose. Neither have I ever been in a sixteen year relationship, nor did I used to be a squirrel or half the other things the rabid queens like to say about me. icon_rolleyes.gif


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  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Apr 11, 2016 2:47 PM GMT
    I'm for anything that makes you feel better about yourself
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    Apr 11, 2016 3:12 PM GMT
    If we were honest, we'd say YES to cosmetic surgery, and NO to telling our friends.
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    Apr 11, 2016 7:56 PM GMT
    whem im 50 i wil get lipo and probaly fat sucked from under my chin and eyes lol.
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    Apr 11, 2016 9:51 PM GMT
    craycraydoesdoes saidWould you ever do it? Would you admit to your friends about doing it if you did? icon_biggrin.gif

    It depends on the type and the reason.

    If I had a nose that I just couldn't stand, I might consider a nose job--but I've lucked out on that end. icon_razz.gif

    I would never get pec/calves/whatever implants, that's just gross and stupid.
  • bifocaled

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    Apr 12, 2016 3:01 AM GMT
    If women can do it, why not men?
  • AMoonHawk

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    Apr 12, 2016 3:20 AM GMT
    when i was young I thought I would
    Now I see no point for myself .... you can't improve on perfection icon_biggrin.gif
  • mar0302

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    Apr 12, 2016 4:30 AM GMT
    Maybe.. if I felt like it was necessary.. I've been lucky so far genetically, but I suppose it could happen.. If I ever did then I'd tell close friends, but probably not everyone...

    But the problem would be that often people look worse after surgery, and it doesn't have the intended consequences... so I'd probably decide to stick with whatever is bothering me rather than risk it..
  • ITSEZRA

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    Apr 12, 2016 12:21 PM GMT
    Would I ever do it?
    Well in my circumstances I definitely wouldn't be opposed to it, as Ive had my nose broken previous, I would consider a slight change, but nothing dramatic. I would tell people and friends/family, Most would be subject to it, especially being on the fact its being a fault due to physical violence.

    But when were talking "Plastic Surgery" being to the proportion to maybe lets say.. Nicki Minaj's ass then i'm very put off surgery in general. icon_smile.gif
  • Wendigo9

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    Apr 13, 2016 4:11 AM GMT
    If you break mirrors easily, seek help immediately. Other than that, weight loss, hair growth, and dental work are decent changes in my eyes.

    No-one wants to (or should) be fake as a tranny, even their parents would say "we did not make that" then.
  • Coast

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    Apr 13, 2016 4:22 AM GMT
    I think if you're happy with yourself, you should not consider getting anything done icon_smile.gif

    Now corrective cosmetic surgery is another matter. I fully understand if it needs to be done for medical purposes.

    If I were to get something done, I would disclose I guess. But if it's nothing dramatic or face/body changing, then I wouldn't bother unless it came up in conversation.

    If people notice the difference and/or changes, well there's not much else you can do but fess up, in my opinion.
  • 24hourguy

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    Apr 14, 2016 1:52 PM GMT
    I had lower eye blepharoplasty (eye bags removed) last year and have no regrets. It's something that has bothered me about my appearance since I was 29 years old and frankly; my body, my choice. I had the money, I did the research, I consulted with a few surgeons, and made an informed decision.

    If you have the money, and balanced and realistic expectations I say go for it. Ain't nobody's business but your own.

  • Apr 14, 2016 8:31 PM GMT
    24hourguy saidI had lower eye blepharoplasty (eye bags removed) last year and have no regrets. It's something that has bothered me about my appearance since I was 29 years old and frankly; my body, my choice. I had the money, I did the research, I consulted with a few surgeons, and made an informed decision.

    If you have the money, and balanced and realistic expectations I say go for it. Ain't nobody's business but your own.


    can't imagine u with baggy eyes.icon_cool.gif you look great! and yer bod is bangin!
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    Apr 14, 2016 8:36 PM GMT
    I'd do it if something was really bothering me, and I wouldn't have any issue admitting it if I did. I don't think cosmetic surgery is taboo at all. Life's too short to be unhappy with anything, and you're the only one who has to live your life.

    whytehot saidIf I wanted to, I'd admit it.

    And for a brief moment, so did Radd icon_lol.gif

    Radd saidI was called "the nose" or "bean pole" all through school because of my big nose and being extremely skinny. And once they found out I was gay, forget about it. Constant bullying and name calling until I got to high school. The moment I turned 19 I got a nose job. Two years later it shifted and had to get another one. Looking back, there was really nothing wrong with my nose, but being so skinny made it look bigger than it was. I wish I had my original nose back. I went through all that pain trying to please others.

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/3344752

    Radd saidNo, I have not had a nose job. A Septoplasty yes, twice but not the same thing as a nose job as it has a medical purpose. Neither have I ever been in a sixteen year relationship, nor did I used to be a squirrel or half the other things the rabid queens like to say about me. icon_rolleyes.gif


    DEAD. So the Radd we see today is the improvement? icon_lol.gif

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    Apr 14, 2016 8:48 PM GMT
    24hourguy saidI had lower eye blepharoplasty (eye bags removed) last year and have no regrets.

    I don't think I've always had them but recently I definitely noticed that I have them and for a moment thought about getting them fixed. But then I reminded myself, "Hey, you're 62; nobody expects you to look young." And frankly, I find it a bit creepy when I see some old person with tight mostly unwrinkled skin.
  • Webster666

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    Apr 14, 2016 11:11 PM GMT
    Not in a million years.
    Look what happened to Joan Rivers...
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    Apr 14, 2016 11:41 PM GMT
    jeffreypedal saidwhem im 50 i wil get lipo and probaly fat sucked from under my chin and eyes lol.


    Bingo!!!