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    Oh that is money wasted I'm afraid. Why the need to exaggerate features i don't know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curvaceous Kate View Post
    Oh that is money wasted I'm afraid. Why the need to exaggerate features i don't know?
    i think a lot of them become addicted to plastic surgery (genetic women as well). they get an operation or something, feel good for a while, then the effect wears off and they say to themselves if only i tweak it a little more. Eventually they go too far. Some of them suffer from body dysmorphic disorder wherein it doesnt matter what they look like or how good they look they are never happy with what they see.

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    Surgery doesn't remove the need to eat healthy and workout. That gal needs to slim down a bit!

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    It's times like this when my ancient argument for eliminating the stupid for the betterment of humanity applies.

    Now if you'll excuse me... I'm going to repeatedly bang my head against a wooden stake in the hopes of getting this absurdity out of my brain for good.

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