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Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 08:56 AM

Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong
 
What is your take on "Plastic Surgery" to try and stay young looking ? http://www.awfulplasticsurgery.com/

Isaac :D

AnimeSpirit 04-09-2007 09:15 AM

I suppose plastic surgery is ok, but some people take it far beyond its reasonable bounds.

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 09:19 AM

The great thing about this life is that we have free will to make our own choices and plastic surgery is one of those choices. If you make the decision to have plastic surgery, then you also are taking all of the risks associated with it which can included death due to complications and that the surgery results may not turn out as you expected. I have no problem with a woman choosing to enhance herself be it with breast implants :D , a nose job, liposuction, or whatever. I do hope that a woman does not put her sole self worth in plastic surgery results though. It could be disastrous for her to do so because your worth as a woman does not come from your looks it comes from within. Women are vain and we do like to look good.

As for a few of those pictures, how am I to know they are not airbrushed? The Britney Spears photo looks like it was taken not long after she had given birth...could we please give the girl a break? It takes a while to get your figure back after giving birth to a child and she had two in a very short period of time. In my opinion, Hollywood types go to more extremes than say the average woman in America with regards to plastic surgery so it would not be fair to compare us to those anyway.

If you feel somethin saggin, call Dan the Man!!!!!:D :D :D

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 09:58 AM

This old house is falling down around my ears
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
The great thing about this life is that we have free will to make our own choices and plastic surgery is one of those choices. If you make the decision to have plastic surgery, then you also are taking all of the risks associated with it which can included death due to complications and that the surgery results may not turn out as you expected. I have no problem with a woman choosing to enhance herself be it with breast implants :D , a nose job, liposuction, or whatever. I do hope that a woman does not put her sole self worth in plastic surgery results though. It could be disastrous for her to do so because your worth as a woman does not come from your looks it comes from within. Women are vain and we do like to look good.

As for a few of those pictures, how am I to know they are not airbrushed? The Britney Spears photo looks like it was taken not long after she had given birth...could we please give the girl a break? It takes a while to get your figure back after giving birth to a child and she had two in a very short period of time. In my opinion, Hollywood types go to more extremes than say the average woman in America with regards to plastic surgery so it would not be fair to compare us to those anyway.

If you feel something sagging, call Dan the Man!!!!!:D :D :D

Pick it up and glue it back on then one day the glue gives way and the house falls and falls to the ground and the only thing left is the big dirt nap. Such a vain thing is all is.
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"Once we get past what we look like and what we own we can find out who we really are "
Isaac

AnimeSpirit 04-09-2007 10:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
"Once we get past what we look like and what we own we can find out who we really are "
Isaac

I know one too. "Trust in God, but lock your car." ;)

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 10:01 AM

So are you saying you don't like plastic surgery? I don't think you can tell a "real set" from a "fake set" every time so what difference would it make. And the glue doesn't come off, not if the surgeon is good!:D :D

You know some men do not want their women enhanced in any way, it makes the man insecure that the woman might go astray or look to good to be with the man or leave the man feeling inadequate.

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 10:05 AM

Some ladies do not need plastic surgery
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
So are you saying you don't like plastic surgery? I don't think you can tell a "real set" from a "fake set" every time so what difference would it make. And the glue doesn't come off, not if the surgeon is good!:D :D

You know some men do not want their women enhanced in any way, it makes the man insecure that the woman might go astray or look to good to be with the man or leave the man feeling inadequate.

I am married to one that looks great just like she it ;) but for those that need a little help it is OK. Those folks that have been injured or born with problems that need help it is real good. Yes I can tell real from fake :D Come on boys back me up here, boys where did you go ? :confused:
Isaac

LateNight 04-09-2007 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
I am married to one that looks great just like she it ;) but for those that need a little help it is OK. Those folks that have been injured or born with problems that need help it is real good. Yes I can tell real from fake :D Come on boys back me up here, boys where did you go ? :confused:
Isaac

"Yes they're real, and they're spectacular." :yes: :rolleyes:

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 11:04 AM

The best way to tell is in the water
 
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Originally Posted by LateNight
"Yes they're real, and they're spectacular." :yes: :rolleyes:

They float :laugh: if they are fake. What is real ? What your mind tells you is real :laugh:
Isaac

refugen3 04-09-2007 11:45 AM

who has time for this?
 
I can't believe people out there have nothing better to do than to check out other peoples body features:nono: Don't they have a life?
I certianly don't care in the least. I would not alter myself physically because I do not believe in doctors period. Most don't know as much as you think and most procedures are realitively new. So :think: looks to me as we're the guinnea pigs or fools that let 'em practice on us.
Eat right, drink filtered water and get enough rest and excercise, you'll live long enough.......and look fine:)

How long you wanna live anyway!!

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 11:52 AM

Oh I guess about 80 or so years would be good
 
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Originally Posted by refugen3
I can't believe people out there have nothing better to do than to check out other peoples body features:nono: Don't they have a life?
I certainly don't care in the least. I would not alter myself physically because I do not believe in doctors period. Most don't know as much as you think and most procedures are relatively new. So :think: looks to me as we're the guinnea pigs or fools that let 'em practice on us.
Eat right, drink filtered water and get enough rest and exercises, you'll live long enough.......and look fine:)

How long you wanna live anyway!!

I am with you on the doctors. They are good at freaking you out with all the different test and number scales to go by. I just know how vain some folks are with there plastic surgery and mirror. You must first like yourself. Good post refugen3. Just what does your avatar mean ??
Isaac

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 12:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
They float :laugh: if they are fake. What is real ? What your mind tells you is real :laugh:
Isaac

Who told you that? Call Dan the man and ask him. Inquiring minds want to know...knowing minds already know!:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by refugen3
I can't believe people out there have nothing better to do than to check out other peoples body features:nono: Don't they have a life?
I certianly don't care in the least. I would not alter myself physically because I do not believe in doctors period. Most don't know as much as you think and most procedures are realitively new. So :think: looks to me as we're the guinnea pigs or fools that let 'em practice on us.
Eat right, drink filtered water and get enough rest and excercise, you'll live long enough.......and look fine:)

How long you wanna live anyway!!

Well, I sure hope that you never need a good doctor because I promise you in this life the odds are that you will need one at least once or someone in your family will. Furthermore, most doctors do know more than you know and use that information daily to take care of lives and save lives, new procedures or not. Yes, we've been on here poking a little fun at plastic surgery but it certainly has its place in medicine that is solely not for vanities sake.

Have you ever thought about the breast cancer patient who undergoes a double mastectomy? Then she suffers the horrible effects of chemotherapy. Yes, she has plastic surgery to restore some dignity to her life by whom? A PLASTIC SURGEON. Or what about the child born with a cleft palate who can't even nurse when he is born? Who is going to repair that cleft palate and restore his face to look decent so that your child doesn't make fun of him? A PLASTIC SURGEON. Need I say more.

Now, yes good healthy living certainly will take you far in life as opposed to an unhealthy lifestyle but still there are some things you can not control that go on within your body. And when they do, I sure as snot hope there is a physician around to take care of me. Most are good physicians, yes there are some bad eggs (we've discussed that before) but just do your homework on them before you pick one.

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 12:30 PM

The bit dog barked
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Well, I sure hope that you never need a good doctor because I promise you in this life the odds are that you will need one at least once or someone in your family will. Furthermore, most doctors do know more than you know and use that information daily to take care of lives and save lives, new procedures or not. Yes, we've been on here poking a little fun at plastic surgery but it certainly has its place in medicine that is solely not for vanities sake.

Have you ever thought about the breast cancer patient who undergoes a double mastectomy? Then she suffers the horrible effects of chemotherapy. Yes, she has plastic surgery to restore some dignity to her life by whom? A PLASTIC SURGEON. Or what about the child born with a cleft palate who can't even nurse when he is born? Who is going to repair that cleft palate and restore his face to look decent so that your child doesn't make fun of him? A PLASTIC SURGEON. Need I say more.

Now, yes good healthy living certainly will take you far in life as opposed to an unhealthy lifestyle but still there are some things you can not control that go on within your body. And when they do, I sure as snot hope there is a physician around to take care of me. Most are good physicians, yes there are some bad eggs (we've discussed that before) but just do your homework on them before you pick one.

Would you say that Tbelle :D Have you been to the doctor to have any plastic work done :rolleyes:
Isaac

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 12:49 PM

Whether or not I've had plastic surgery is not the question and should not be the question. And now we've changed questions to whether you like doctors or not and whether you believe them or not. Plastic surgery for vanity reasons is all personal choice but there are medical reasons as well why people must have surgery. Without physicians many, many of us would not be on this planet today so I think it would be wise to be thankful for them and the role they serve.

And yes I take the whole picking on doctors thing personally. But let me ask you this, is it vain to go get your teeth cleaned or your cavity fixed?

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 12:54 PM

Now that is not vain
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Whether or not I've had plastic surgery is not the question and should not be the question. And now we've changed questions to whether you like doctors or not and whether you believe them or not. Plastic surgery for vanity reasons is all personal choice but there are medical reasons as well why people must have surgery. Without physicians many, many of us would not be on this planet today so I think it would be wise to be thankful for them and the role they serve.

And yes I take the whole picking on doctors thing personally. But let me ask you this, is it vain to go get your teeth cleaned or your cavity fixed?

Would it be vain to have implants for the sake of turning heads ? :rolleyes:
I go to the doctor three times a year just to check out the motor just to make sure things are running good and I would tell anybody over 40 to do the same. One thing for sure "know your doctor" is a smart thing.
Isaac

Pocahontas 04-09-2007 02:09 PM

Never say never...
 
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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Would it be vain to have implants for the sake of turning heads ? :rolleyes:
I go to the doctor three times a year just to check out the motor just to make sure things are running good and I would tell anybody over 40 to do the same. One thing for sure "know your doctor" is a smart thing.
Isaac

So far I'm lucky that everything is holding up quite nicely but who knows when things could all go to hell in a hand basket???? Ask me again in a few years.:)

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 02:25 PM

What if the hand basket came next week ?
 
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Originally Posted by Pocahontas
So far I'm lucky that everything is holding up quite nicely but who knows when things could all go to hell in a hand basket???? Ask me again in a few years.:)

I am asking today what you would do ? :D
Isaac

Pocahontas 04-09-2007 02:29 PM

[quote=Isaac-Saxxon]I am asking today what you would do ? :D
Isaac[/QUOTE


The answer for today is a firm NO. I can't see putting myself through physical trauma and unnecessary surgery. I'm just blessed right now with good health and that's what's important today.

Pocahontas

AnimeSpirit 04-09-2007 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Pocahontas
The answer for today is a firm NO. I can't see putting myself through physical trauma and unnecessary surgery. I'm just blessed right now with good health and that's what's important today.
Pocahontas

You gotta be careful with your QUOTE tags, Pokie! :D

:matrix:

Isaac-Saxxon 04-09-2007 03:01 PM

You gotta be careful with your QUOTE tags, Pokie!
 
So not today but you never said anything about next week Pokie :laugh: Men make you girls vain it is all our fault :confused: I would say that if it is not a necessity then do not do it. Cleaning your teeth comes under necessity and Pokie you need to think about what you would do next week. :laugh:
Isaac
Anime where do you get all those extra tags ? You slay me sir !

AnimeSpirit 04-09-2007 03:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Anime where do you get all those extra tags ? You slay me sir !

What tags?

Neo 04-09-2007 04:00 PM

Lines of times will always show through..........


Welcome Pokey and Fuse to the board????

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 08:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Neo
Lines of times will always show through..........


Welcome Pokey and Fuse to the board????

I think there's surgery for that too! Isn't there?:D

You know you men are giving women a hard time for having plastic surgery, but what about when you resort to taking that little blue pill? Hmm....is that vanity?

Meet Bob 04-09-2007 08:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
You know you men are giving women a hard time for having plastic surgery, but what about when you resort to taking that little blue pill? Hmm....is that vanity?


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Pocahontas 04-09-2007 09:44 PM

Welcome aboard
 
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Originally Posted by Meet Bob

Hi there Bob! I'm betting you are going to be welcomed by both the women and men here!;)
Pocahontas

rhertz 04-09-2007 10:04 PM

Uh, Meet Bob never speaks. He just pokes his head in every now and then! ;) I haven't seen him in a while.

One time his wife posted a message with actual words telling him to come home! That was pretty funny.

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 10:09 PM

Ok Pokey,

You notice how the guys are avoiding discussing the "little blue pill" but they sure do mind discussing how we age!

rhertz 04-09-2007 10:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Ok Pokey,

You notice how the guys are avoiding discussing the "little blue pill" but they sure do mind discussing how we age!

Ms Belle, I will have you know that I have never taken such a pill before in my life! :D Therefore I was waiting on someone else with more experience to post on the subject... Not that I am bragging or anything...

Texasbelle 04-09-2007 10:44 PM

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Originally Posted by rhertz
Ms Belle, I will have you know that I have never taken such a pill before in my life! :D Therefore I was waiting on someone else with more experience to post on the subject... Not that I am bragging or anything...

Of course, none of you would never ever ever ever admit anything about that pill!!!!!!!ROFLMAO!!!!:laugh:

Isaac-Saxxon 04-10-2007 02:33 PM

ROFLMAO look behind you sista it is still there
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Of course, none of you would never ever ever ever admit anything about that pill!!!!!!!ROFLMAO!!!!:laugh:

Texasbelle is down and can't get up call life alert :eek: That should be laughing your pound cakes off. Don't you wish it was that easy :laugh: No blue pill for me but maybe rhertz needs one :D maybe a implant will help rhertz :D
Isaac

Texasbelle 04-10-2007 03:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Texasbelle is down and can't get up call life alert :eek: That should be laughing your pound cakes off. Don't you wish it was that easy :laugh: No blue pill for me but maybe rhertz needs one :D maybe a implant will help rhertz :D
Isaac

You don't need it YET!:D I'm sure your day will come.

Neo 04-10-2007 03:46 PM

Everybody has there day coming. whose next?


P.S. Tbelle did your sugardaddy buy you those new red shoes?:laugh: :laugh:

Texasbelle 04-10-2007 03:56 PM

Yes Neo, sugardaddy, bought the whole set!:flirt:

T'belle loves her some daddybelle.:D

Isaac-Saxxon 04-10-2007 04:17 PM

Don't let that shade tree fall down on you
 
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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Yes Neo, sugardaddy, bought the whole set! :flirt:

T'belle loves her some daddybelle.:D

Who has the money ? Who has the honey ?:flirt:
Who is your daddy ? :laugh:
Isaac

Texasbelle 04-10-2007 04:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Who has the money ? Who has the honey ?:flirt:
Who is your daddy ? :laugh:
Isaac

Daddy knows how to can the honey!!!:D

rhertz 04-10-2007 04:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Who is your daddy ? :laugh:

No, it's:
Whoooose yo daaaaaddy?

That's what I say to the Pug when she spazzes all over me when I get home.

Pocahontas 04-10-2007 04:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Texasbelle
Yes Neo, sugardaddy, bought the whole set!:flirt:

T'belle loves her some daddybelle.:D

Wish my "Sugardaddy" would buy me some of those...:) I think he'd be surprised at what all they could do for HIM...LOL;)

Neo 04-10-2007 04:33 PM

I think Pokey, you have a sugar chief instead of a sugardaddy... is his name two dogs?

rhertz 04-10-2007 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Pocahontas
Wish my "Sugardaddy" would buy me some of those...:) I think he'd be surprised at what all they could do for HIM...LOL;)

:jawdrop:

me thinks I got jipped on the Manolo Blahnik's I bought......


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