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    Okay, why don't we want to see your smile? What do you perceive as the problem with it?

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    You don't need cosmetic surgery (in my most humble of opinions).

    If you are having trouble with the ladies, I would be more inclined to say that some sort of personality quirk was throwing the wrench in things.

    Either way it's your decision...

    Whatever makes you happy man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    Okay, why don't we want to see your smile? What do you perceive as the problem with it?
    I don't know precisely what's wrong with my smile, but I cringe every time I see a picture of me smiling.

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    Could you please let us have a look. It seems like it's worth a try before you go ahead with plastic surgery. Perhaps part of it is that it just doesn't jive with the internal image you have of yourself...

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    I'm afraid that won't be possible. As I said, I literally cringe at the image of my smile.

    But if my eyes were bigger, would I look more attractive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    I hear getting tailored clothing is expensive. And typically, I wear black; can't get much darker than that.
    I don't think she was suggesting you commission a tailor to custom make your clothing. rather just buy clothes with a more tailored or fitted look...ya know?

    Seriously watch queer eye !! Haha
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    As I look at your pics, I am still really confused on what exactly you would need to have surgery on. The first pic in the blog is nice. It just looks like you are deep in thought.

    It's interesting that I used to kind of think along the same lines and would fixate and obsess over the perceived flaws of my face.

    What do you consider your best qualities to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    I'm afraid that won't be possible. As I said, I literally cringe at the image of my smile.

    But if my eyes were bigger, would I look more attractive?
    No. You look fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    I hear getting tailored clothing is expensive. And typically, I wear black; can't get much darker than that.
    I hear cosmetic surgery is expensive too.

    Black is good - but fit, material & over all style can make a difference in how that black looks.

    Being physically attractive has a lot more to do with grooming & taking care of yourself than the features genetics granted you with, IMO. It will go much farther & be way less invasive & risky than surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    I'm afraid that won't be possible. As I said, I literally cringe at the image of my smile.
    Take a walk on the wild side. There cannot be that much to lose!

    (By the way, I just hit something on my keyboard and have lost my question marks and apostrophes. Do you know how I would get them back question mark)

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