Plastic Surgery?

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    Jan 07, 2015 2:02 AM GMT
    Would def have plastic surgery.Facelift,nips and tucks but nothing crazy.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Jan 07, 2015 2:50 AM GMT
    I'd definitely consider it as a part of reconstruction.... if I was injured or ill. If for general appearance, I'd have to justify the expenditure, which, for me, would be a tall order indeed.
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    Jan 07, 2015 3:05 AM GMT
    Your body your choice. That being said, I personally couldn't do it. The thought of filling my body up with stuff to achieve a certain look would mean that I officially care too much about how I'm perceived by others. I totally get it for reconstructive surgery after horrible injuries or burns but I couldn't do it for purely cosmetic reasons.
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    Jan 07, 2015 3:33 AM GMT
    ^

    Looking good to others brings benefits to you. It's not like you're a slave to them. It's a transaction. If you can live without these benefits, more power to you. It's only wrong when you get less than you feel you're giving.
  • davfit

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    Jan 07, 2015 4:27 AM GMT
    all i know is Raqual welch christie brinkley look great an natural ..an joan rivers looked dam good
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    Jan 07, 2015 4:41 AM GMT
    Jockbod48 saidI'm getting older and I don't look as great as I did in my 20's or 30's. I might consider getting something done in the next few years. I'd need assurances that I wouldn't end up like Bruce Jenner:
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    I'm gonna go waaaayyyy out on a limb here and suggest that just looking younger is not quite the aesthetic he has in mind...icon_confused.gif
  • HottJoe

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    Jan 07, 2015 4:59 AM GMT
    Jockbod48 saidth?id=HN.607999084121624559&pid=15.1&P=0

    Restylane (injections) might be the answer for me some day. I know three people who've had this done, and they're about seven to ten years older than I am. They all look great - like 20 years younger than they are - and natural, healthy, just really great. Only catch: It has to be redone about every 3 to 4 months, I'm told. Still - - - better than surgery, I'm thinking.

    Is it safe to use? If so, why wait?

    With all the skin care products, serums, oils, sunscreen, etc, you can take ten years off, and it slows down future aging.
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    Jan 07, 2015 5:19 AM GMT
    I'm all for it when it's to tweak something you don't like rather than an excessive overhaul. Like I've always hated the shape of my nose (especially in profile) and would love to get it slimed down but I wouldn't want it changed drastically. Some people just got the shaft genetically and if there's technology to help fix what god got wrong, they should go for it if they so desire.
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    Jan 07, 2015 5:43 AM GMT
    Not 1 single person ages gracefully after plastic surgery. Of course botox and fillers have gained a lot of popularity over going 'under the knife. Some over do it with that procedure… and end up looking horrid. Wrinkles are a badge of honour. I wear mine proudly. icon_lol.gif However i do get my teeth bleached on occasion… but thats just good dental hygiene..
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    Jan 07, 2015 5:55 AM GMT
    In my youth, I used to abhor those that would consider plastic surgery.

    Now that I'm growing older, people treat me less respectfully because of my aging appearance. Youthfulness speaks, attracts and opens the door to results.

    Bring it on, I'm tired of looking exhausted. Choose the right surgeon and don't be stupid about it. Jane Fonda looks fantastic because her surgeon still let her age gently.
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    Jan 07, 2015 6:04 AM GMT
    Reconstructive surgery for birth anomalies of various sorts or errant abnormal growths, whenever they become evident, physical injury repairs, or post-surgical reconstructions (eg. mastectomies) are entirely reasonable. However, surgery to correct one's unreasonable body dysmorphia is rather bizarre, even if it is one's "right" so to do. Of all the pictures posted just in this thread alone, am I the only one who has observed that the "before" images to a person look better than the surgical "enhancements." Some of the results are just effing weird. Michael Jackson himself was one cute kid, but not one of his surgeries improved his looks. Handsome Bruce Jenner looks like a train wreck now. These people have emotional problems, not surgical issues. It is true that looks' endurance depends on the luck of one's gene pool, but it is one's character and personality and intelligence which is attractive up until death, not the physical shell in which those reside. If one's a jerk, surgery isn't going to make one lovable or beautiful.
  • blueandgold

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    Jan 07, 2015 6:21 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    bachian said^

    Looking good to others brings benefits to you. It's not like you're a slave to them. It's a transaction. If you can live without these benefits, more power to you. It's only wrong when you get less than you feel you're giving.


    oh yes it is. if that ain't revolving your life around someone else then what is it then? that's basically allowing someone else to control your life and 9 times out of 10, these people are strangers who don't care. you exist for a brief moment of time in their lives when they see you and then they forget about you. you're just the guy that happens to look good. these people will come and go. that's the "hookup culture" that folks love to gain their confidence and self esteem with which obviously is a way to having a nervous breakdown.

    if you do manage to find someone that actually likes you besides your exterior or what you have, it's very unlikely that they care about that fickle bullshit such as your looks. basically, people invest their time and energies on things that really are meaningless because there's certain things you cannot control. you can put yourself out there. some people will like you. some won't. the most important person that is supposed to like you is yourself because if you don't, obviously, you're going to feel a certain way about yourself that no love from anybody else can fill in that void. in other words, you can have everybody call you cute BUT to yourself, feel ugly as fuck. besides, it's nobody's job out there to like or love you except yourself. so really, what is the point of that plastic surgery shit if you don't love yourself? really, that shit is about self hate.

    why waste time going out your way for someone who doesn't give a fuck about you when someone who does give a fuck about you will obviously like you for much more than your face or the surface shit?


    Unfortunately, "face and surface shit" counts for a lot in the society you live in. Attractive people are statistically happier, make more money, more likely to get promoted, etc etc than the average person.

    Not saying its right. Just saying that it is. If people can improve their station in life... or think they can... I'm not going to hold it against them. You might as well rail against the social advantages of education or physical fitness. They're just facts of life buddy.
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    Jan 07, 2015 6:39 AM GMT
    By coincidence, we just saw a friend today who is still recovering from recent surgery on his jaw. He was born with a serious underbite (malocclusion) in which his lower teeth overlapped his upper teeth. In other words, his lower jaw protruded noticeably, and to most eyes, unattractively.

    I'm not sure if his was considered corrective surgery, as for a serious injury or birth defect, or elective cosmetic surgery, purely for the sake of arbitrary appearance. But in any case he had it done, and he does look much better.

    My husband & I, and all his friends, are congratulating him on his greatly improved appearance. I think it's gonna give him a great boost in confidence, and hopefully improve his life.

    I also had a BF, an actor, who started to get "male nose spread" in his 40s. Happens to lots of men as they age, just like our ears grow (but rarely our dicks, it seems, which have a tendency to shrink, instead icon_sad.gif ).

    So he had a nose job, truly for professional purposes. Not a Michael Jackson one, merely restoring him to his previous looks. The results were excellent and seemed to help him with his career, and also in the area of personal confidence.

    So I think plastic surgery can be a great thing, and a help to people. But like many options at our disposal, can be misused & overdone. Especially when pure vanity plays too strong a role.
  • blueandgold

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    Jan 07, 2015 6:44 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    blueandgold said
    pazzy said
    bachian said^

    Looking good to others brings benefits to you. It's not like you're a slave to them. It's a transaction. If you can live without these benefits, more power to you. It's only wrong when you get less than you feel you're giving.


    oh yes it is. if that ain't revolving your life around someone else then what is it then? that's basically allowing someone else to control your life and 9 times out of 10, these people are strangers who don't care. you exist for a brief moment of time in their lives when they see you and then they forget about you. you're just the guy that happens to look good. these people will come and go. that's the "hookup culture" that folks love to gain their confidence and self esteem with which obviously is a way to having a nervous breakdown.

    if you do manage to find someone that actually likes you besides your exterior or what you have, it's very unlikely that they care about that fickle bullshit such as your looks. basically, people invest their time and energies on things that really are meaningless because there's certain things you cannot control. you can put yourself out there. some people will like you. some won't. the most important person that is supposed to like you is yourself because if you don't, obviously, you're going to feel a certain way about yourself that no love from anybody else can fill in that void. in other words, you can have everybody call you cute BUT to yourself, feel ugly as fuck. besides, it's nobody's job out there to like or love you except yourself. so really, what is the point of that plastic surgery shit if you don't love yourself? really, that shit is about self hate.

    why waste time going out your way for someone who doesn't give a fuck about you when someone who does give a fuck about you will obviously like you for much more than your face or the surface shit?


    Unfortunately, "face and surface shit" counts for a lot in the society you live in. Attractive people are statistically happier, make more money, more likely to get promoted, etc etc than the average person.

    Not saying its right. Just saying that it is. If people can improve their station in life... or think they can... I'm not going to hold it against them. You might as well rail against the social advantages of education or physical fitness. They're just facts of life buddy.


    if someone lets it matter, then it will. the reality is it doesn't. people would like to BELIEVE it does and that's the problem.

    there's way too many examples of folks that are considered "unattractive" that are doing quite well and plenty of "attractive" people that are not. determination and confidence >>>>>> looks. that's a fact.


    I applaud people who buck statistical trends. The doctor who started in poverty, the person who lives to 100 when both parents died early, etc. Their courage means a lot to people.

    But facts are stubborn things. So are statistics. How you look is important for the average person. You're right, confidence will get you far. Being attractive and confident? Even better.

    A brief statistical overview. It's a broad overview, surely. If you want some peer reviewed articles for further proof, I'm happy to provide them.
    http://www.statisticbrain.com/attractive-people-success-statistics/
  • BloodFlame

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    Jan 07, 2015 7:35 AM GMT
    Interesting opinions.
  • jwinds

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    Jan 07, 2015 7:52 AM GMT
    I first think it's a choice one has to consider carefully. That being said, I would think that a person with an addictive personality might be in trouble without the ability to stop. I agree with much more than. Looking at Michael Jacksonville example, he looked much better before the surgery. Myslef I've considered some smaller procedures to slow the march..well at this point the sprint of time!COLORED TEXT GOES HERE
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    Jan 07, 2015 11:58 AM GMT
    my dick is like regular size but i want it to be bigger than my leg.

    also i want my cum to be golden and glittery. is there any surgery for that?
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    Jan 07, 2015 12:24 PM GMT
    If it would make you feel better and more confident about yourself, I would say go for it! Nothing wrong with fixing what you don't like, as long as it's you who doesn't like it and not someone else telling you to change it because they don't like it.
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    Jan 07, 2015 4:34 PM GMT
    If someone wants to get it, let them. So silly to look down on someone who gets it. It's their life and their choices. If it doesn't hurt you, which it obviously doesn't, don't care too much and be respectful.
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    Jan 07, 2015 4:49 PM GMT
    I wanted a nosejob when I was in high school cos people made fun of my large nose, nowadays I'm glad I kept it.
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    Jan 07, 2015 8:08 PM GMT
    Rebellion saidIf someone wants to get it, let them. So silly to look down on someone who gets it. It's their life and their choices. If it doesn't hurt you, which it obviously doesn't, don't care too much and be respectful.


    I understand. I don't judge people who choose to go under the knife. I hope that they do get the results they want.
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    Jan 07, 2015 10:52 PM GMT
    pazzy saidwhy waste time going out your way for someone who doesn't give a fuck about you when someone who does give a fuck about you will obviously like you for much more than your face or the surface shit?


    Being with someone you find attractive, depending on what you find attractive, requires having a certain look. You look good to him and he looks good to you. It's a mutual benefit. These benefits affect romance, which is also conditioned by physical attraction.

    As I said in my post, if you can live without these benefits, good for you. You have all my respect. One striking characteristic of people who can actually live without these benefits is called peace of mind. They are at peace with what they (don't) have. If they don't attract anyone, they are ok with that.

    Unfortunately most who say looks shouldn't matter are not entirely honest. They will say it, then their every action will say otherwise. They swallow from the river of sexual frustration, then ooze resentment from every pore.

    If someone wants to play the Little Mermaid and sacrifice everything to look for sex or love, it's their life. If you truly live by what you preach, you should be at peace now. None of these petty subjects should bother you... supposedly.
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    Jan 08, 2015 12:36 AM GMT
    Several of my friends have had reconstructive surgery, making up for car accidents, birth defects, deviated septums, etc. God bless 'em, what'ya gonna do.

    The boob job friends of mine needed the surgery. As in, they lived with crippling shame about their tiny top half and now feel great.

    But the aging beauties--men and women--I've never seen turn out well. I always thought they were so beautiful, and I adored their aging faces. But apparently they couldn't see that. They could only see the not-young person in the mirror. Too bad.

    If you're upset with the sagging in your face, Jesus, reconsider having surgery. That surprised, stretched-vinyl look just won't bring back your youth. I've never felt as though someone "looked younger" when they got nipped. They always look older (and creepily smoother). Want to add five years to how old I think you are? Get a face lift. Yuck.
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    Jan 08, 2015 1:31 AM GMT
    patito saidmy dick is like regular size but i want it to be bigger than my leg.

    also i want my cum to be golden and glittery. is there any surgery for that?

    Now that's what I'm talkin about! icon_lol.gif
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    Jan 08, 2015 1:38 AM GMT
    I think it`s ok, for both body and face. For face I want in the future to make some simmetry adjustments, and thats it, maybe do my cheeks and nose, maybe, just maybe, my jaws.

    For body I think it should be the last thing, something for completion of the perfect body project you know. Your diet is extremely right, your exercises are the right match and you actually do them, and even than you have that little bit of fat or that muscle group that refuses to grow, in those cases i think its okay.

    I plan after I max my body all i can with diet and exercise to do a lipo and if my chest don`t grow i would put some prothesis there, and maybe the a butt lift.