View Full Version : Plastic Surgery anyone?

12-07-2006, 12:07 AM
Come on, let's all get on the bandwagon and do plastic surgeries to get into the Guinness book of records (Come on, be more ambitious ok?). Give me an idea on plastic surgery ok? I need all your views. thanks. :)

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13-07-2006, 08:32 AM
Oopss... hansstore, have you been watching too much of the Xtreme Makeover series show ar? Tell us, why are you opting for plastic surgery and which part don't you like about yourself?

13-07-2006, 01:13 PM
tell me what you don't like about yourself, mr hansstore

23-07-2006, 12:37 PM
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cindy Jackson (1955 in Ohio) is the person with the Guinness World record for having had the most plastic surgeries of anyone in the world. She has spent nearly $100,000 (USD) on plastic surgery since 1988. As of 2003, she has undergone one full face-lift, three "mini" face-lifts (one lower, two upper), three eyelid surgeries (one upper, two lower), one upper lip lift, liposuction on her knees, thighs, abdomen, waist, and jaw-line; two nose operations, breast augmentation, breast implant removal, cheek implants, bottom lip implant, chin reduction, hair transplantation to cover face-lift scars, two partial dermabrasions, two chemical peels (first one TCA, second one glycolic), two laser resurfacings (one partial, one full), facial thread vein removal, mole removal, scar revision, semi-permanent and permanent make-up (eyeliner, eyebrows, lip liner, lips), numerous temporary filler injections (collagen, fat transfer, Hylaform, Restylane, Perlane), cosmetic dentistry, and laser tooth whitening. She has inspired many others, among them Miles Kendall[1] and Gia Darling,[2] to undergo radical cosmetic surgery makeovers.

Her pet Bengal cat, Cato, had once been a record holder for being the most expensive cat purchased at $41,435.00 (USD, 25,000 GBP) back in February 1998. However, that record has recently been broken.

Currently, she resides in London, England since April 1977. She's the lead singer in the UK rock band The Dollz.

23-07-2006, 01:09 PM
Mr Hansstore I think, people must have their personal reasons to want plastic surgery. Do it with subtle though, it's best not to look "overdone" unless in major reconstructions if you are an accident victim etc..but then again, no one has any right to sneer at you for wanting what you believe is best for urself. I will only suggest you seek only professionals and no lesser.

by de way, no one is truly "ugly". Being ugly to de bone is far worse. Gud luck.