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    post a pic when you get things done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    Go to an upscale salon, it's like 50 bucks vs 1000s for plastic surgery.
    Of course, salons are somewhat limited as to what they could do. They can't change the structure of the face.

    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    Limit the amount that you wear loose, baggy t-shirts (also with random characters or logos largely across the front). That's a start for the clothing.
    So wear dorky polo shirts or impractical button shirts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Of course, salons are somewhat limited as to what they could do. They can't change the structure of the face.



    So wear dorky polo shirts or impractical button shirts?

    what a difference.

    the after shot is significantly better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Of course, salons are somewhat limited as to what they could do. They can't change the structure of the face.


    So wear dorky polo shirts or impractical button shirts?

    That also includes more fitted tshirts, without characters and large logos across the front. There are also short sleeve shirts made from other textures not just cotton.

    I bet you would be about as attractive as my iSTJ brother with a little change in clothing, hair and attitude. He has never had trouble picking up girls (even if he's pretty cocky). in fact, he's considered "hot" by many girls because of the way he carries himself. There's also a catch to that, he spends a fair amount of time and cares for his appearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    Go to an upscale salon, it's like 50 bucks vs 1000s for plastic surgery.
    not to mention recovery time, and your body having to heal/regather its strength, and you're never quite sure of the results. Surgery's not like getting an ear piercing or tattoo per se.
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    could someone be clear what in his personality that he needs to change? don`t be too general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    not to mention recovery time, and your body having to heal/regather its strength, and you're never quite sure of the results. Surgery's not like getting an ear piercing or tattoo per se.
    Yeah, I am kind of wary of the possibility that über will not be satisfied even if he gets the surgery because he seems to have the perfectionistic/obsessive nature not uncommon to Ni users.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yakimadude View Post
    could someone be clear what in his personality that he needs to change? don`t be too general.
    He is already making changes...progress... i am really quite proud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelenOfTroy View Post
    He is already making changes...progress... i am really quite proud.
    sounds like he is nearing perfection. too bad he is straight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    I bet you would be about as attractive as my iSTJ brother with a little change in clothing, hair and attitude. He has never had trouble picking up girls (even if he's pretty cocky). in fact, he's considered "hot" by many girls because of the way he carries himself. There's also a catch to that, he spends a fair amount of time and cares for his appearance.
    But about the hair... I don't quite understand what makes a good and what makes a bad haircut. I've heard opinions about my hair, and yet no one here seems to be a stylist. If it doesn't take a stylist to say that my hair is bad, then it doesn't take a stylist to tell me how it could be improved.

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