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Postby Lac » Sat Jan 13, 2007 11:08 am

Hello
Reading your email, i think you are still singled and so you seem a little unhappy about why people spend time and money doing something like fixing some weakness on their faces. You are so right saying how a nice person must be funy, good-looking,(to your own view) and more...
The matter looks a bit different when one has a partner. For most of the cases, I often see a pretty common situation: a lady interested in make-up while having a boyfriend. It's a very natural way to refresh and preserve their companionship before the possible love flowering.
Cosmetic surgery lies in a quite higher aspects mostly based on health. The make-up is rather different from cosmetic surgery, which proves the charming attraction toward the partner. After all,it's very OK. Make-up is a way of respecting others in addition to one's real spiritual beauty. The make-up would be meaningless if you were totally uninterested in beautifying your mind and spirit.
Anyway,for most women, it is common knowledge that a girl with bad appearance would be a wretchedness not only for herself but also for her boy friends and ...for the world!, isnt it ? (forgive me, ladies!)

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Postby Oriani » Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:59 pm

Mmm, very interesting( and deep) words, Lac!

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Postby nhuly » Mon Jan 15, 2007 4:40 am

Hello Lac!
You and me have a mistake. Making up is not cosmetic surgery. Making up is the way to be more beautiful but it does not effect much to us. But surgery, it brings us a lot of trouble.
My name is Nhuly, I got married and have a 2 year son. My husband like me to make up lightly, but not surgery. I also like to make up, a little on lips, a little on face, a little on eyes...It makes me more confident to contact with others. I will choose suitable clothes with my shape and situations. I think that it is good for me.

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Postby Oriani » Tue Jan 16, 2007 1:02 pm

Nhuly: I'm glad that you think in that way! It's important to mention that surgeries, as you said, bring several troubles; I watched last night on TV that a woman suffered a heart attack after she woke up from the surgery. It depends on the organism and how healthly you are, I think. By other had, make up is great for me. I can't live without it, however it's nice and more beautiful when you look natural and fresh... That's the secret of make up, also!!

It's nice to know that you've got a kid.. cute! :oops:

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Postby Shazzam » Thu Jan 18, 2007 5:38 am

I would have it. I can't see anything wrong with it. If it makes you feel better about yourself and you can afford it why not. I must admit I would never go to he extent that Michael Jackson has; he has had to employ people to follow him around to pick up what is left of his nose.
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Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Melek » Sun Jan 20, 2008 10:52 am

I wonder ur attitude towards plastic surgery...has anybody had plastic surgery? it's pluses & minuses if u know.pls,let's share...

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Re: Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Dixie » Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:01 am

If it's necessary, it's ok. If it's for JUST aesthetic purposes, then I don't see the point of it.

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Re: Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Melek » Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:17 am

Dixie,what do you mean by saying 'if it's necessary ' ?

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Re: Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Dixie » Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:20 am

melek wrote:Dixie,what do you mean by saying 'if it's necessary ' ?


I know a few people who had to undergo cosmetic surgery because of malformations, for example. In those cases, I do think it's good.

But for all of those people who think, I want bigger breasts, or I want to a nosejob, just because I don't like my own body, then it's just a waste of money... maybe not, of course it's nice to feel good with yourself.

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Re: Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Melek » Sun Jan 20, 2008 11:30 am

well...I'll say from my own experience...when I was a child I fell & broke my nose.It was a little bit turned-up.it really disturbed me...especially when I took photos form profile.it was getting into my nervous,it was going to harm my psychology.a year ago I got all my courage & decided to have a rinoplastic( correction of nose) .I must add that Im afraid of injection.It was a wonder that I decided to do it.& now Im very happy.so I'm not against the plastic surgery.If it makes people beautful & self-confiednt why not ? =)

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Re: Ur opinions on plastic surgery

Postby Bambang » Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:12 pm

Uncle B loves natural appearance.
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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby gem » Mon Jan 21, 2008 1:13 am

Cosmetic surgery is not bad, it depends to your purpose....if it will help you enhance your appearance, or maybe for health reasons, and if you have the money, why not? But i guess natural beauty is still the best for real beuty is not what we see outside but what is within....
Good grooming, good personal hygiene, proper way of dressing and of course good manners and right conduct , i guess if you have this qualities you dont need any cosmetic surgery.... :D

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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Bambang » Mon Jan 21, 2008 6:57 am

gem wrote:...But i guess natural beauty is still the best for real beuty is not what we see outside but what is within....
Good grooming, good personal hygiene, proper way of dressing and of course good manners and right conduct , i guess if you have this qualities you dont need any cosmetic surgery.... :D


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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Oriani » Sun Feb 24, 2008 2:27 pm

Yes!! I met a girl last night, who has a breast and nose job surgery(she looks really pretty.. beautiful), and her personality is TERRIBLE!!!! Wow!!! What it is inside it's the most important element, definitely!!! :?

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Postby Bambang » Sun Feb 24, 2008 3:12 pm

Oriani wrote:Yes!! I met a girl last night, who has a breast and nose job surgery(she looks really pretty.. beautiful), and her personality is TERRIBLE!!!! Wow!!! What it is inside it's the most important element, definitely!!! :?


I bet you are beautiful inside, aren't you?
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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Oriani » Fri Feb 29, 2008 8:12 pm

:oops: :oops: Ohh, come on :oops: :oops:

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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Misi » Mon Jun 30, 2008 6:07 am

Cosmetic Surgery which restores virginity is very popular among arabic women before a marriage. Such operation costs 11 000 Dh (2800$) in Dubai

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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Melek » Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:36 am

Misi wrote:Cosmetic Surgery which restores virginity is very popular among arabic women before a marriage. Such operation costs 11 000 Dh (2800$) in Dubai



yes,I have heard about this operation.It is called himenoplastic if I am not mistaken.For the first time in the world a famous doctor did this operation on his daughter...

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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Bambang » Wed Jul 02, 2008 7:03 am

Melek wrote:
Misi wrote:Cosmetic Surgery which restores virginity is very popular among arabic women before a marriage. Such operation costs 11 000 Dh (2800$) in Dubai



yes,I have heard about this operation.It is called himenoplastic if I am not mistaken.For the first time in the world a famous doctor did this operation on his daughter...


Can "it" be back like a virgin's? :lol:
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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby Krisi » Wed Jul 02, 2008 9:16 am

Bambang wrote:
Melek wrote:
Misi wrote:Cosmetic Surgery which restores virginity is very popular among arabic women before a marriage. Such operation costs 11 000 Dh (2800$) in Dubai



yes,I have heard about this operation.It is called himenoplastic if I am not mistaken.For the first time in the world a famous doctor did this operation on his daughter...


Can "it" be back like a virgin's? :lol:


:shock: :!!:

Uncle B, why are you here? :-? :!!: You're peeking again!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Cosmetic Surgery!

Postby MissLT » Wed Jul 02, 2008 10:59 pm

Melek wrote:
Misi wrote:Cosmetic Surgery which restores virginity is very popular among arabic women before a marriage. Such operation costs 11 000 Dh (2800$) in Dubai



yes,I have heard about this operation.It is called himenoplastic if I am not mistaken.For the first time in the world a famous doctor did this operation on his daughter...

This is the correct spelling of it, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hymenorrhaphy

This reminds me of a fictional story I read some years ago. It was about one girl who was very beautiful but promiscuous and gold digger. She'd finally found an old billionaire man who wanted to marry her after looking for one all her life. Nonetheless, the old man required his future wife to be a virgin. She wanted his wealth, so she went to a plastic surgeon to get her hymen reconstructed. The surgery was successful. She was staying in the hospital waiting for it to heal due to the doctor's order of no sexual intercourse for two or three weeks. Late at night, she was kidnapped by her ex-boyfriend who had been becoming her stalker. He tortured and raped her. She died because of bleeding.

I remembered I thought the story was ridiculous since there was no such thing as hymen reconstruction. Now I have to say technology always amazes me.


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