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fartcatcher

Plastic Surgery

Prompted by the pictures i saw  of Renee Zellweger in the paper last week.

An attractive woman in her mid forties, a versatile and respected actress. It's so wrong.

Why does she believe she needs to have plastic surgery?
Does she really think it has made her look better?
Why does she deny having 'work done' when it's bleeding obvious?
Why can't you be allowed to grow old any more, particularly if you're a woman?

Am I using too many question marks?
Frazier Cranium

Here's another one - what has she actually had done?
Forest

Re: Plastic Surgery

fartcatcher wrote:

Why does she believe she needs to have plastic surgery?
Does she really think it has made her look better?
Why does she deny having 'work done' when it's bleeding obvious?
Why can't you be allowed to grow old any more, particularly if you're a woman?

Am I using too many question marks?


Insecurity.
Probably.
Embarrassment.
No idea.

Who knows?
Grind

Apparently, she once used to date my wife's mate Lauren's brother.

* Witness protection then? *
Dock

Re: Plastic Surgery

Forest wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:

Why does she believe she needs to have plastic surgery?
Does she really think it has made her look better?
Why does she deny having 'work done' when it's bleeding obvious?
Why can't you be allowed to grow old any more, particularly if you're a woman?

Am I using too many question marks?


Insecurity.
Probably.
Embarrassment.
No idea.

Who knows?


And more importantly....
Who put the bomp in the bomp bah bomp bah bomp?
Who put the ram in the rama lama ding dong?
Who put the bop in the bop shoo bop shoo bop?
Who put the dip in the dip da dip da dip?
Dock

Back on topic. I don't understand botox, PS, or all that false tan stuff. Each to their own but I think it takes away from peoples personality. If something about yourself makes you unhappy then change it but don't keep changing. The surgeons should vet people more for it but whilst they are getting paid top dollar they will carry on. I'm not an X Factor watcher but what has Simon Cowell done to his face? He looks like an off-duty Drag Queen.

Like a lot of things people take the easy way out of getting wrinkles by having surgery when what they should do is stop the fags, don't drink so much, and keep an eye on their diet. But that would involve self control and discipline wouldn't it, which many people don't have (or don't think they have) the mental strength for.
Frazier Cranium

So HAS she had plastic surgery, has anyone categoricacacacally confirmed it?

She is now thinner in face than she was in those 'before' photos, some of which are from Bridget Jones Diary days of what, 10 years ago?  What I did wonder about was her 'baby' face, a bit chubby in cheek etc, and the fact her eyes seemed so small.  She hardly has eyebrows now either.  She seems to have improved both aspects.  She looks like she's been in the gym an awful lot.

It's all bizarre, and Botox is top of that bizarre list.
Heyho

It could have been worse:

http://myzone.verticallabs.netdna...content/uploads/2014/10/move3.jpg

http://myzone.verticallabs.netdna...content/uploads/2014/10/move9.jpg
Grind

The second one turned out better.

My mother-in-law insists on making her hair a shade of black that sucks the very light out of any room she enters.

I don't understand why people can't just,well, age and, unless there's some real deformity involved, deal with what they have.

I wouldn't want to be a slap head though.
Frazier Cranium

We're all bald underneath you cocky wazzock
Grind

Frazier Cranium wrote:
We're all bald underneath you cocky wazzock


And the first biter is......

I'm not entirely sure why I still seem to have (most) of my hair as, based on pictures I've seen of some of the closer male relatives, it should all be long gone.

* Superglue helps. *

My sister-in-law supposedly has had a boob job (purely cosmetic - nothing to do with any cancer or anything), but I guess it must have been relatively subtle as I failed to notice when she last visited.

I'm guessing the previous "wonderbra" approach has been replaced with bags of saline solution, with no obvious (dressed!) external changes?

Again, I don't really see the point (heh, heh), although reconstruction surgery is completely understandable.

To me, getting my hair cut every four months or so is unnecessary cosmetic surgery.

* Did I mention I still have luxuriant locks? *
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
We're all bald underneath you cocky wazzock


Codge isn’t bald. His head is a solar panel for a sex machine……………………………well, at least that’s what his t-shirt says.
Frazier Cranium

I don't really understand it but I think I like it.
Grind

Pffft! Sex is for girls.

Real men watch other men play football.

* Realises why he's not lost his hair. *
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
I don't really understand it but I think I like it.


The t-shirt used to say 'Im Not Bald, My Head is a Solar Panel for a Sex Machine'. Quite popular amongst the dull of mind circa mid-80's. They used to print them at seaside resorts.
Grind

Dock wrote:
Frazier Cranium wrote:
I don't really understand it but I think I like it.


The t-shirt used to say 'Im Not Bald, My Head is a Solar Panel for a Sex Machine'. Quite popular amongst the dull of mind circa mid-80's. They used to print them at seaside resorts.


Presumably dull and bald of mind.

Given the comparatively pitiful insolation experienced at most domestic seaside resorts even in the height of summer, I'd give the machine a running time of something like twenty seconds per day before, errrr, running out of juice.

Sounds about right.
Late Doors

They say never judge unless you've spent a day in their shoes, something like that any way. It's ok for us perfect specimens with chiselled symmetrical features and god like physiques to pour scorn on others but what if you aren't like that. Yeah if you're not happy with your weight its easy to do something about that but "looks" and "shape"  are a different matter especially if you are in an, ahem "industry" where looks are a tool of the trade.

The bigger issue  as always is the image manufacturing and marketing going on all around us. Again God like Adonises like us can afford to say "fuckem, i am who i am and tough if you don't like it" but the power and influence of the whole image business is where the real problem lies. That and exploiting peoples insecurities.

*gets nose enlarged and penis shrunk in protest*
Grind

True.

I guess if something annoys you that much that you're prepared to go under general anaesthetic and cough up cash in an attempt to get it "fixed" then I suppose it sort of makes sense from a peace of mind perspective.

And I am quite fond of big tits.
Frazier Cranium

Missing the point?  Missing the point should be a punchline for a joke about cosmetic surgery anyway.

No, my point at least was that so many of the 'clients' look fecking awful!
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
And I am quite fond of big tits.


Are you considering having your's done?
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
Grind wrote:
And I am quite fond of big tits.


Are you considering having your's done?


Maybe just the left one to start with.

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