The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons


#1

(Baaps)


Earliest possible Wednesday morning thread
#2

I don’t like reading the words “Brazilian butt lift” because I think “butt” is one of the worst words for a bottom.


#3

but what would you call it instead?


#4

“Brazilian bottom elevator”


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#6

I prefer my plastic surgeons non-aesthetic, thank you


#7

Yeah, last thing you want is to get aroused when they are cutting your nose up or whatever.


#8

Got me interested in how they do nose jobs

“During an operation, the surgeon makes cuts within the nostrils. In more difficult cases, the surgeon may also make cuts across the base of the nose. The surgeon then reshapes the inner bone and cartilage to produce a more pleasing appearance.”

sounds great


#9

Do people ever get them done to have a less pleasing appearance? Like if you were a bare knuckle fighter who was really good and never got hit on the conk and you wanted to look a bit meaner for your promo work? Do you know the answer to that?


#10

maybe if you wanted to make it as a character actor


#11

Like Margo Martindale?


#12

*British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons


#13

I might be able to shed some light on this one…during my time in the SAS (I don’t think I have mentioned this before) it was common place to pick up a few injures after a particularly hard mission or a bit of torture. We wud be offered plastic surgery to fix up any lasting damage but not one took it. It was a badge of honour to look a bit grizzled. Obviously I was so skilled at combat this never happened to me, they used to call me Rony pretty boy D. How we laugh about it now.


#14

This sheds no light whatsoever on those who would want to have plastic surgery to give them a less pleasing appearance.


#15

yes it does, did you even read it


#16

Yes but he is saying people are turning down plastic surgery to make them look better not having plastic surgery to make them look worse.

Did you even read it?


#17

‘it was a badge of honour to look a bit grizzled’


#18

Do you think it would be a badge of honour in the SAS to have surgery to make yourself look less pleasing? I would say the opposite.

This post has not helped me whatsoever. Apples and oranges.


#19

i think you’re taking it too literally, it just sheds light on why imperfection might appeal to someone.
over and out/


#20

To be honest I don’t think he even served in the SAS.