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    I am not surprised that we are 9 pages in and
    no one has given ya any specific plastic surgery advice.
    It's because you really don't need it.
    I echo the others sentiments
    but I also believe that people should do what they want
    even when its ridiculous and
    results in one losing all their naturally attractive uniquity
    to become a common, boring, pretty drone.

    -Get a tan, your pale skin looks unhealthy.
    -Large forehead and heavy brow ridge.. I'd wear your bangs longer..
    I don't think you can do much about this other than getting your brow ridge shaved,
    which not only seems painful but pricey.
    -You could thin your nose tip out, it's slightly bulbous.
    -Either shave smooth or go rugged. Infact, just shave smooth because
    rugged won't fare well with your death stare.
    The tan will also help your 5 shadow.
    -Practice smiling.
    That's about as critical as I can get.
    Your just not fucked up enough for much more.

    Hope it helps =)
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    Not everyone's skin tans. I wonder if I could get a sort of reverse Michael Jackson operation to make my skin darker? Although, I do enjoy pale skin; it reminds me that I'm white.

    And I hear the nose is rather risky, but I'll consider that. Would I look better with a Roman nose?

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    Invest in the inner beauty, U.


    Looks don't last, really, not for most of people anyway.

    I mean look at those people who'se surgeries went awfully wrong.

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    that's the scariest part for me...i would be devastated if i got some horrible nose job or something and looked deformed!

    and come on man...you know how ridiculous you sound!! clothes are expensive...haircuts are expensive..etc etc what if my eyes were bigger??!! shaving part of your fucking brow bone!!

    seriously...if you want to improve your appearance...make more of an effort... in your fitness level..skin...hair.. clothes...that's it.
    you can even be all serious and curmudgeonly and still be attractive to some...look at house. lots of girls dig him.
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    Do you make yourself available? So many guys give off the "not interested vibe" and wonder why women don't flock to them.

    When did you move?

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    Thread recap so far. Uber asks for advice, Uber ignores all advice. This reminds me of another INTJ thread. Also isn't it a common complaint from INTJs that ENFPs don't take advice they ask for?

    To be fair, everybody ignored the parameters of the thread. What should Uber surgically change on his face? I think you should make your forehead smaller. I'm sure they can just take a band out of your skull and squish it down a bit. It may be easier just to pick movie stars face and just take it wholesale.. maybe John Travolta's or Nicolas Cages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Not everyone's skin tans. I wonder if I could get a sort of reverse Michael Jackson operation to make my skin darker? Although, I do enjoy pale skin; it reminds me that I'm white.

    And I hear the nose is rather risky, but I'll consider that. Would I look better with a Roman nose?
    Sunless tanner does a fine job. No surgery. I'd recommend Paula's Choice for something natural/not orange looking, although there's lots of good stuff out there.

    You honestly sound like Mr. Potato Head trying on different features.

    Do you forget that you're white a lot, or was that just for our benefit to remind you that you are unique and controversial? That's the sort of thing everyone's talking about. In a conversation, your self-image shouldn't take precedent over the actual exchange between you and someone else. It's like listening to a preacher where you are distracted from his message because he is constantly drawing attention to himself.

    Do you actually want to fix your problem, or is this just a way to draw out having attention directed your way? If so, think about why there's such a compulsion to do so.
    Last edited by fidelia; 04-25-2012 at 11:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    Sunless tanner does a fine job. No surgery. I'd recommend Paula's Choice for something natural/not orange looking, although there's lots of good stuff out there.

    Gross. Just.Gross.
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    Gross in what sense?

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    I just think that stuff in nasty in every way, not the least of which is that fakey orange glow...
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