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A photo of kaloolah kaloolah
For, against, don't know or don't care?
Why?
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A photo of mynameismattgotmlgo mynameismattgotmlgo
There's a thin line between plastic surgery that makes you look good and plastic surgery that make you look weird. As soon as it's overdone, it just looks unnatural and ugly.
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That's just pathetic; insecurity at it's highest point
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Against it unless it's for like a burn victim.
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A photo of littleroom littleroom
Don't care, unless it's my girlfriend (then I'd rather she not).
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Plastic surgery can be done if the person wants it. Doesn't matter for what reason, it will make them feel better, and it is their life, so it doesn;t involve anyone but them!
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I'm not entirely against it. If it's going to improve someone's life (such as a burns victim) then why not? You can't ok it for certain people's cosmetic needs and not for others. Though I'm not entirely against it, people who are perfectly fine and undergo adjustments need to be so careful. You really are playing with fire sometimes. My mum knew this lady who ended up getting a breast augmentation and was fine for the first few months. Then she started getting really bad migraines and pain in her chest. Turns out some of the silicone had "leaked" from the implant, travelled to her brain and she died as a result.

Yup, beauty kills.
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@Qq wrote
That's just pathetic; insecurity at it's highest point


Some people have more to be insecure about than others. To each their own.
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@jllama wrote

@Qq wrote
That's just pathetic; insecurity at it's highest point


Some people have more to be insecure about than others. To each their own.



Some people face more stress, some face more depression, should that mean they should kill themselves by smoking?

If a person is more 'insecure' great - Deal with it properly, not with god damn plastic surgery,

The burn victim thing I guess it would depend on the situation
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I'm not against reconstructive surgery. I'm also not against little alterations (e.g. removing a mole). But if it's something like going to a DD cup from an A cup, then it's like ehhhhhh...

I wouldn't really care if someone I'm not close with got plastic surgery, but it'd be different if it was with my significant other. If I had a bf, I think I'd only be comfortable if the change was tiny.
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@Qq wrote

@jllama wrote

@Qq wrote
That's just pathetic; insecurity at it's highest point


Some people have more to be insecure about than others. To each their own.



Some people face more stress, some face more depression, should that mean they should kill themselves by smoking?

If a person is more 'insecure' great - Deal with it properly, not with god damn plastic surgery,

The burn victim thing I guess it would depend on the situation


That just depends on whether or not you consider plastic surgery to be self destructive (like smoking). Pulling a Heidi Montag? Not the best idea. Getting a nose job? You'd probably turn out ok.
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A photo of jackiem jackiem
against, there are wayyyy too many complications and things that could go wrong, and what if the end result was worse then you wanted, plus many times equiptment and etc have been left behind, just gross!! anyways wouldn't you want people to accept you for who you really are, what you really look like.
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@dancee wrote
I'm not entirely against it. If it's going to improve someone's life (such as a burns victim) then why not? You can't ok it for certain people's cosmetic needs and not for others. Though I'm not entirely against it, people who are perfectly fine and undergo adjustments need to be so careful. You really are playing with fire sometimes. My mum knew this lady who ended up getting a breast augmentation and was fine for the first few months. Then she started getting really bad migraines and pain in her chest. Turns out some of the silicone had "leaked" from the implant, travelled to her brain and she died as a result.

Yup, beauty kills.


thats serious stuff.
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A photo of leviaidan leviaidan
I don't care if someone gets plastic surgery unless it's my significant other. There are several things about me that I don't like but I'm not going to do anything with them because I feel that I would never be happy with the corrections.
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@leviaidan wrote
I don't care if someone gets plastic surgery unless it's my significant other.



If your significant other were to get plastic surgery, would you rather her become more or less feminine?
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A photo of Jesseyeahh Jesseyeahh
Who cares? Do what you want with your body.
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A photo of Mariadelmar Mariadelmar
Every single candidate should undergo a psychological and psychiatric evaluation before going under the knife.

I'm always pro as long as it's used for medical purposes like burnt victims, birth malformations, accidents...

For mere pleasure or to cover insecurities, I personally would never do it.
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A photo of Phoenix-gurl Phoenix-gurl
I think that plastic surgery is wrong. Far to many people do it simply to make themselves look and feel better. They don't realize that their body is not the problem, it's their self-eesteem. No matter how pretty you are, if you have no confidence or don't love yourself for who you are, then you will always feel ugly. They also don't realize how bad plastic surgery is for their bodies and half the time they end up looking worse than they did before. I only think it is okay under certain circumstances, like for burn victims, etc.
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A photo of mynameismattgotmlgo mynameismattgotmlgo
If someone is insecure about a physical feature of his or hers, then I see no problem with that person undergoing plastic surgery. My brother was insecure about a mole he had on his face (that pretty much no one other than himself really noticed... it was by no means disgusting), so he had it removed. While he'll admit that a simple fix like that hasn't made him happy, it has made him more confident and less concerned that people are looking at him for all the wrong reasons. He does have self-esteem issues, but having the mole removed definitely helped. I can't understand how a person would deem that "wrong". I mean, very few people believe plastic surgery is going to cure their woes. It just helps, especially when you're really superficial, as most people with low self-esteem are.
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A photo of NcashDuv NcashDuv
I dont see it as a big deal if someone really wants it. I personally am not interested in it, The body is a vessel for our minds and souls and doesnt necessarily reflect who we are. We shouldnt worry so much about what others think of our outside but more about whats inside of us.
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@mynameismattgotmlgo wrote

@leviaidan wrote
I don't care if someone gets plastic surgery unless it's my significant other.



If your significant other were to get plastic surgery, would you rather her become more or less feminine?


I just noticed this. lol
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A photo of lemony lemony
I have no problems with people who get plastic surgeries, though I would probably never get it done myself (just like how I wouldn't get a tattoo).
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A photo of karapalmer karapalmer
Anything, including plastic surgery, that is done out of moderation is bad. As long as you are responsible with it and don't go too far then I think it's fine.
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@karapalmer wrote
Anything, including plastic surgery, that is done out of moderation is bad. As long as you are responsible with it and don't go too far then I think it's fine.



"Plastic surgery in moderation, my dear." Sounds a bit odd, doesn't it?
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