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    Default Should $100,000 worth of plastic surgery made a very hideous girl at least a 5-6/10

    I am very ugly. I need a lot of plastic surgery and I won't go to college until I get plastic surgery no matter how I make money.
    I want
    - A lot of cheek work done, my cheeks are awful. They are very manlike and unattractive. I don't know what surgeries I will need but they definetely need surgery on.
    - I need at least 1 nose job. My nose is too big and it's pointed out to me on a daily basis.
    - I want my jaw shaved and my chin altered to be a little more feminine (my chin isn't awful but it needs a little bit of work)

    My cheeks and nose are definetely my worst features. I get I look like a man because of my cheeks and jaw area.
    Something tells me this won't cost anywhere near as much as $100,000 but a few people have said it might.
    What do you think? Should this make me atleast a 5-6/10. I'm about a 1.5/10 in the face right now.
    Will this actually cost $100,000 because I estimated it around half that and people have told me it could be $100,000

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    If this is a legit post, my answer is that you would get way more out a fraction the cost spent on psychiatric help. People with critically poor self-image do not usually feel satisfied with the results of plastic surgery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    If this is a legit post, my answer is that you would get way more out a fraction the cost spent on psychiatric help. People with critically poor self-image do not usually feel satisfied with the results of plastic surgery.
    I'm actually ugly though, I'm not imagining it. I hear it a lot, too much.
    I don't want to be a single virgin the rest of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunareclipze View Post
    I'm actually ugly though, I'm not imagining it. I hear it a lot, too much.
    I don't want to be a single virgin the rest of my life.
    Tons of facial cosmetic surgery never seems to effective, really. You won't be satisfied with the results, the process will be painful, and you will be troubled by vast financial woes.
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    Ah, this thread brings me back.

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    The key to discontentment is putting the value of the inner self to the mercy of the dogs of the external world. Even if you managed to spend $100k on plastic surgery, the inner problem is still there because despite what the world is selling us... there is never any magic cure. There is never any instant gratification that doesn't come at the price of future happiness.

    This is something I have had to learn within my self quite recently. No matter where I am, or who I am with, or what I look like, I am still carrying the bag holding my soul in it. And if I am not happy deep down, I can never run far enough away.

    I think a better plan would be to hit this problem from two fronts: one to see a therapist, and two to get some professional help with styling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü™ View Post
    Ah, this thread brings me back.
    I actually thought you had made a dupe account for a moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I actually thought you had made a dupe account for a moment.
    So did I. But then I realized that if I had, I would be breaking the rules. We wouldn't want that, now would we? And besids, it would be called a Düpe™ if I made it.

    Anyway, here's the OG plastic surgery thread.

    The biggest problem with plastic surgery is that insurance doesn't cover it, I don't think.

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    I bet you're already a 5-6/10. Very few healthy people are that ugly.

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    what i think is that you chose your looks before being born and there's a reason for it....probably a lot of soul growth to come from learning to cope with your feelings about it...self love etc

    there's more than one idea of beauty...you know this.

    develop a really interesting personality...that is the key. i know many physically unattractive people that are so cool no one even notices or comments on it...or honestly probably don't think it...as i don't...not truly. just i can tell they're weren't genetically blessed...personality is huge...and these people have had very satisfying love lives.

    this is a cop out and not doing a thing for the way your personality is experienced.

    so take all that money and spend it on nice clothes, a facialist and therapy.

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