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Post Reply Implants and surgeries, how do you feel about them?
Posted 8/23/14
I always felt they were pretty silly.
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Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
As a someone currently saving up for SRS/GCS (whichever term floats your boat)--I find the stigma against these kinds of procedures to be revolting. Let people do what they want with their bodies, YOLO and the only thing you can't get away from in life is your own skin--so if you don't like it, change it.

Just make sure that A: You're not doing it to please someone else but rather for your own satisfaction, and B: You go to someone reputable; botched plastic surgery is not something you want to deal with, you don't want to feel worse about your body walking out of the recovery room.
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Posted 8/23/14
I've had a couple friends get eyelid surgery, but I don't really view them any differently. Personally, unless there is an issue, I wouldn't want cosmetic surgery, but if a person really feels the need to get it, I don't have a problem with that either. I find certain surgeries a little ridiculous.
Posted 8/23/14

Would you date someone would had work done?


Yes... considering if we are compatible personality-wise.

I'm broadening my mind. Everyone has a weakness. if you love someone and want to make a relationship works, you have to learn to accept their weakness and/or maybe even support that person.

I mean, i'm lucky I've never been bullied for my physical appearances, but maybe others have not been so lucky in their past and that's what triggered them to get plastic surgery. I try not to judge a person from a first impression or on the surface only.


P.S. and yeah... when I use the word "weakness", I don't attach any negativity to it. It's just a word to get my point across, it's used in a neutral manner.
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Posted 8/23/14


Some countries don't mind if a person has a gap tooth or not. Beauty comes in many shapes and sizes.
Posted 8/23/14
If they want to fix something about themselves, then let them.
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Posted 8/23/14

AiYumega wrote:

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.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1OXVsArmi4&list=UU_gE-kg7JvuwCNlbZ1-shlA
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Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
I don't really care but if you look really unnatural, I'm not dating you lol.
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Posted 8/23/14

Jsybird2532 wrote:

As a someone currently saving up for SRS/GCS (whichever term floats your boat)--I find the stigma against these kinds of procedures to be revolting. Let people do what they want with their bodies, YOLO and the only thing you can't get away from in life is your own skin--so if you don't like it, change it.

Just make sure that A: You're not doing it to please someone else but rather for your own satisfaction, and B: You go to someone reputable; botched plastic surgery is not something you want to deal with, you don't want to feel worse about your body walking out of the recovery room.


There you have it, folks. That's the closest thing to a correct answer such a discussion is capable of producing. Kudos to you, Jsybird.
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Posted 8/23/14
Personally, I would never get anything done unless it is life threatening. I don't have a problem with people who get plastic surgery done. I mean, it's their choice and they paid for it. It's none of my business
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Posted 8/23/14 , edited 8/23/14
If I fell in love with her then that means I like her just the way she is and I would argue against her having something done. In the end it is her choice though so I would accept it so long as it wasn't too extreme. I mean, to break up with her just because she had something done is horrible and disgustingly superficial so I would do my best to accept it. The reality though is that if you lose sexual attraction in a relationship, things get difficult.

If the plastic surgery, enlargement, or augmentation had to be done as the result of a medical condition like breast cancer then I fully support it. Women can go into deep depression from having lost their breasts and it should be automatic for insurance to cover augmentation and implants.

From a purely personal standpoint, I like slender women with smaller breasts so a women with great big implants isn't all that attractive to me.

Plastic surgery like muscle implants for purely cosmetic reason is stupid and no insurance should pay for it. I mean people like this guy, the human ken doll. None of the muscle tone in the photo is actually his, it's all implants.

* Note: When I say purely cosmetic, I mean when it is done for things like the human ken doll. It's 100% not necessary. Some cosmetic reasons are necessary, this isn't.

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WHAT?! OH GOD!
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Posted 8/23/14
I wouldn't mind getting liposuction/getting all my fat removed.
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Posted 8/23/14
lol well... the only surgeries i have had were to fix two hernia's in my lower abdomen.

The only implants i would ever want to get are cybernetic enhancements :3
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Posted 8/23/14
if someone chooses to do it and they want to, who am i to judge lmao
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