Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Eww. Such a question. Hmmm. Having just recently admitted to myself that I'm 40 and have some 40 p
arts that questions might just cause a book to be written instead of just a blog. I have to say Hollywood has given us quite the examples of "why" and "why not" in regard to plastic surgery.

Take Joan Rivers for example. OMG X Infinity!!! She looks like a 
mannequin! I saw her on Celebrity Apprentice and had to really look hard at her face to see her eyes. What plastic surgery didn't stretch and pull her heavy makeup covered. Yuck. One for the "Hell no" side.
Then you get the young ones like Ashley Simpson-Wentz. She had quite the snoz on her that took away from her beautiful eyes. (She not alone on the big snoz thing, beeeeLieve me!) Since that little facial enhancement, my opinion is that she's really very pretty now.

I think if I had the money and/or the courage I would have a nose job done along with a wee bit of a facelift, neck lift, boob lift. I'm fine with the size of 
my girls but I'd really like to have them looking more skyward again rather than nodding at my feet. I'd get some veneers on these fangs with a quick
ness. Maybe plump up these lips some. Brow lift. I could benefit from a personal trainer too (Yira!). I mean, I'm still a hottie for 40, almost 41, but if I could do it all with the benefit of surgery I think I would. The teeth and brow lift fer shur.

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  1. Well then it's a good thing you don't have money or courage or I wouldn't recognize my beautiful friend..ha ha.. I think at one point or another we have all considered the idea and believe me, I would love to have some things tightened, tucked, and facing skyward. Oh on Joan Rivers? Yahhhh! What the heck!

  2. I see nothing wrong with a little "help" in reaching your beauty potential, like Ashley Simpson :)
    But when you start looking like Pamela Anderson or that cat lady... that's when it gets ridiculous!!!

  3. Certainly nothing wrong with a little "tweeking of the weaker parts" but I have to agree that those that have gone to the extreme are quite disconcerting to look at. It makes one wonder what they see when they look in the mirror. Kinda sad really. Look at MJ. Ok, the original nose needed a little "touch up" and heck, he could afford it. However, you have to wonder what he feels about himself that he see's disfigurement as an improvement. Reflective, no?

  4. Plastic surgery is the easy way out and I'm all about EASY!
    The hard part is finding a way to pay for it!

  5. I think I could stand some : ). If funds were unlimited I would be all over it!

  6. plastic surgery is something fun to think about but in the end, I think that you just have to be happy with what you have. We all can't have Dr. Rey on seed dial.

  7. Regarding plastic surgery, I say "work with what God gave you". He doesnt make junk, but people sometimes do.