First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
Post Reply Implants and surgeries, how do you feel about them?
1499 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / Cali
Offline
Posted 8/22/14 , edited 8/23/14
How do you feel about impants and rhinoplasty surgries? If ur bf/gf had implants or any work done would u see them differently? Would you date someone who had work done?
369 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
25 / M
Offline
Posted 8/22/14
Nah don't really care, though i am all for a chip implant that could improve the brain in many ways.
18050 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
U.S.
Offline
Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
Korea’s “Plastic Surgery Syndrome”


“In certain areas of Seoul, you would think all the women are sisters because they look so similar due to same surgeries.” --or same doctors.

20 Miss Korea beauty contestants who look suspiciously similar.



I watch a decent amount of Korean shows and looking at this pic one of them looks like Song Ji Hyo. Few looks like A-Pink.





8386 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / M / Under your skin.
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
If that's what makes them happy, or they feel more comfortable having work done, I don't see why anybody has the right to try and stop them or look down on them for it. At the same time, I don't think anybody should feel the need to get it done either.

It's just about living life the way that makes you the most happy and comfortable, man.
1240 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M
Offline
Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14

Still_Ginger wrote:

If that's what makes them happy, or they feel more comfortable having work done, I don't see why anybody has the right to try and stop them or look down on them for it. At the same time, I don't think anybody should feel the need to get it done either.

It's just about living life the way that makes you the most happy and comfortable, man.


That sums it up pretty well. Things are never quite as black and white, it's all grey if you're happy with it god bless ya, if you're happy without it god bless ya.
9808 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
I draw the line at addiction, and if they expect me to pay/pitch-in for needless work.
Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
Nothing much
13951 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
40 / F / Washington, USA
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
Its up to the other person. I don't care if they have work done or not. Personally, I had a specialist die on a table for a routine procedure, so I'm a little shy of going under the knife for any reason myself.
1499 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / Cali
Offline
Posted 8/23/14

onibrotonel wrote:

Korea’s “Plastic Surgery Syndrome”


“In certain areas of Seoul, you would think all the women are sisters because they look so similar due to same surgeries.” --or same doctors.

20 Miss Korea beauty contestants who look suspiciously similar.



I watch a decent amount of Korean shows and looking at this pic one of them looks like Song Ji Hyo. Few looks like A-Pink.







whoa they r really similar
Gets It.
24767 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
32 / M / Raleigh, North Ca...
Online
Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
I do think that some people take plastic surgery to a "whole new level" (in a manner of speaking). The idea that they have to look "perfect" is just silly (to me). I do understand that some, male or female, struggle with self-esteem issues about particular things (e.g. breast size, flab from weight loss, e.t.c.). However, just to do it to look "pretty" or because you feel like you need to look like a model .. doesn't really make much sense to me. The only time that seems justified is if there's an underlying psychological issue. In those situations, I feel that it's best if there were some type of mandatory psychological evaluation before permitting someone to go under the knife multiple times (most countries require this for gender reassignment surgery - which is, essentially, plastic surgery).

I do agree with the "if it's what makes them happy" mentality as well. I know it seems a bit counter-argumentative towards what I've already said, it's more so about limits and restraints. I've met sixteen old girls who had breast augmentation done (only for 3-4 years later, their breasts grow larger naturally and then they're stuck with really large breasts that make them uncomfortable). Age should play a factor, to a degree. Certain parts of the body may simply mature at a decelerated/slower rate based on the person's body as a whole. Plastic surgery is body modification - and you should love your own body. That's why I'm on-board with the idea that it's okay as long as it makes them happy; regardless of my specification and poking at the "process" of it all.

Have I dated someone who's had plastic surgery or implants? Yep. I actually dated a woman who's a bit short (4'8") and she felt that her breasts were too small. She had the work done about three or four months before we started dating. It doesn't really make me think any lower or higher of a person to get such things done. They're like a tattoo for me - as long as you're happy with it and as long as you know and accept the consequences/permanence of it - go for it.
1327 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / The Netherlands
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
Ugly girls > Girls with implants
1294 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / M / England.
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
I don't like getting implants/surgery even in the slightest, but if someone decides they want to.
Eh, their choice.
Posted 8/23/14
K-Pop has a plastic surgery problem. but than again so the US, UK, and other countries.

Plastic surgery is gross if you ask me. It's the worst thing you can do to yourself other than eat yourself to like 400 pounds.
11419 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
20 / M / Eng Land
Offline
Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
Personally I've always been more of a purist who prefers a lady not be smothered with a million artificial things just to try and look nice. I say be happy with how you are, and don't let a bunch of photoshopped models drive you to spend a few grand making your boobs bigger. If they really want to do it who am I to stop them? Personally, though, I'd prefer they didn't.
64920 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
33 / M / Seattle
Offline
Posted 8/23/14
Well, for me I would never undergo these types of things. I'm a pretty quiet guy who doesn't exactly care about my appearance seeing how my wardrobe doesn't have any nice clothes in it. But if I were a public figure who needs to keep up the appearance, then I would still not do it unless I am ordered around to do so. I just don't want to look unnatural, but if other people feel the need, then it's not my place to say whether or not they should be getting it. Anyway, that's how I feel about plastic surgeries as they are designed for people who want to look artificially amazing in front of the public, but they can't beat the stuff that comes naturally.
First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.