breast implant Vs laser hair removal  

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5/27/2006 1:04 am

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6/4/2006 10:12 pm

breast implant Vs laser hair removal

Some women should invest on definitive laser hair removal, specially on arm pits and their legs ... I just don't understand how some women rather go for a breast implant that would give them above 34 B or C breasts.

Don't you agree??

Peche85 32F

5/27/2006 6:18 am

Its easier to get rid of body hair than change your breast size. So if you're gonna spend money to get something done it should be on what you feel is most important to you.

So no, I don't agree, and since you are a guy and have no idea what it is like to have large/tiny breasts, you don't really get a say, sorry.

imLadyBambi 59M/51F

5/27/2006 6:24 am


As being a lady myself, no I don't understand breast implants at all.I think that women should be satisfied with what the good Lord gave them.I mean you can tell that most (of the women that have had implants)have had implants.I guess they don't realize that.Or I can more or less tell.

As far as hair removal goes alot of should invest!LOL

I just can't see a lady having hairy underarms or hairy legs.

Lady Bambi

Hydragenias 57F

5/27/2006 7:58 am

Engbucaro: I invite you to research just how expensive laser hair removal IS!
Why is it that women have to feel unhappy with the way God made them and spend a fortune in trying to fix themselves?
Those with big breasts, want small
Those with small breasts, want big
Those with curly hair, get their hair straightened
Those with straight hair, get perms
Those with dark skin, get bleached
Those with fair skin, go tannning
Those who are underweight, buy weight gaining potions
Those who are overweight, buy weight losing pills

The list could go on and on and on....

I worked with a beautiful young woman not too long ago. She was 19 yrs old. She had the most BEAUTIFUL Big Brown Eyes you would ever want to see. Her boyfriend preferred girls with blue eyes. So, she went to the eye doctor, and even though she had perfect vision, she purchased colored contact lenses JUST so she could please her boyfriend.
One day she came to work and her left eye was swollen and oozing goo. I MADE her leave work and go to the Doctor. It's a good thing I did too because when she went there, she found out that a hole had developed in her cornea (from those damn contacts)and if she would not have gone in when she did, she would have lost total sight in that eye forever!

How far do we women go for beauty? for acceptance?

Why can't we just be HAPPY with who we are?

Actually, after writing this, Im going to steal my own words out of your blog and put them into my own blog. I think it makes for an interesting topic of conversation.

596 posts
5/27/2006 10:24 am

Peche85 thank you for your comment. I think you may be miss interpreting what I wrote ...

Although as you said I'm a guy and have no idea what it is like to have large/tiny breasts... I was talking about women that already have a nice breast size or what may be considered normal for their figure and getting a surgery that gives them much larger breasts rather that a procedure that would simplify their body grooming (I still have to look into the price difference).

I have nothing against women having breast surgery to feel comfortable with how their body looks ... most surgeons now days give advice on what implant size is appropriate for a specific height and body frame.

Read some of the comments left by others on this matter... specially the new post by Hydragenias in her blog.

xxxtallorderxxx 47M

5/27/2006 9:17 pm

You know there's big problems nowadays which work on the insecurities of both men and particularly women. Breast implants have been the big issue for a lot of women for the last two decades at least, and now shall i keep shaving or spend thousands of dollars removing my hair folicles.

To me i'd prefer someone to shave if it came to it, and use the money for other good uses that help self esteem and give a better quality of life. I dont think women should change their boob sizes either, but do have sympathy for those that are too big and have chronic back problems so i could see surgery helping there.

In the vote for one or the other it's neither for me, my woman would be perfect as she was.

BaronessK 53F

6/4/2006 1:36 pm

I'm 5'6", which is 66" tall -- of which 44" of that is LEGS {up to where I stop shaving, where they meet my private area} -- so, yes, considering that I might would consider something like that just for the time savings! As for the breast surgery, yes and no -- I'm already 42D or DD, was 44 DD before the weight loss; now in my 40's with gravity, well, maybe a 'tuck' sort of thing but not for size just for rebalancing my body shape! *L*

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