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Old 05-21-2007, 11:03 AM
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What's interesting to me is that it can be the people with the smallest problems who are really messed up over it.

Michael Jackson wasn't exactly ugly to begin with. And even then, he had gotten his nose to the perfect caucasian-shaped appearance he was seeking by the early '80s. But no-o-o . . . he just kept cutting.


What's most ironic is that 20 years later it's becoming more and more embraced in the entertainment industry when people like him keep their ethnic-looking noses for a bit of uniqueness/character. (Or at least have them less drastically whittled than in the past.)

The rest of Jacko's (original) face looked well-structured. The ethnic nose didn't really hurt his appearance back in the day, and his face probably would have aged great if he had just gone easy on it.


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Old 07-30-2007, 06:14 PM
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I'm around 5'-7" or a little under and I LOVE IT. I LOVE shortness! I am so CUTE! lol

Actually, I'm small all around, except in the one area where it really counts *a-hem* but sometimes I'm on the subway or the bus and I look over at the LEGS next to me or whatever, and I'm like, WOW - I am so tiny! *blush* Yikes.

But I like being me. I like the fact that I fit ANYwhere!
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Old 03-16-2012, 05:01 PM
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Huh... I don't think Humatrope results in much height gain for adults though; it's just for kids whose growth plates on the bones have not close yet (i.e.-they're still in the "growth phase"). Body builders use the stuff a lot apparently, it burns uber fat and increases muscle definition and improves muscle shape... HGH Humatrope 60 For Sale | Steroids Online Bible, Buy Cheap Genuine Steroids Online From Us


Look at this: Medical Procedure : Increase My Height : Ilizarov : Achondroplasia : Height Increase Othopaedics : Limb Lengthening Surgery : IlizarovHeightIncrease.com

Amazing! No chopping the bone involved, just gradual stretching. Of course you'd better have some serious cash saved up or be born with a monster trust fund, and have 6-8 months to spare...
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Old 10-19-2012, 11:07 AM
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Here here! The more you undergo to these procedures, the more you feel insecure and overly conscious to the people around you. This might affect your self-esteem leading to the additional number of population to the psychotic world.
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Old 10-19-2012, 07:32 PM
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...carla are you being facetious? About the whole "psychotic world" thing? I don't think becoming a few inches taller, or even using several cosmetic procedures to upgrade yourself, would cause someone to become psychotic... Maybe a little self-image confusion and necessary adjustment time, but psychotic would be an extreme rarity unless someone were already prone to such a mental break.
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