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Old 03-09-2010, 11:14 AM   #1
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Oh, The Horror of It

"Facing tough economic times, more Americans are opting to live with small breasts, sagging eyelids and paunchy stomachs."


Spending Less on Plastic Surgery - Well Blog - NYTimes.com
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Old 03-09-2010, 11:21 AM   #2
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Wonder how the supply/demand will effect prices for said beautifications?
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Wonder if this will give a subliminal boost to clothing brands like Sag Harbor...
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Old 03-09-2010, 11:25 AM   #4
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"Facing tough economic times, more Americans are opting to live with small breasts, sagging eyelids and paunchy stomachs."


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So, LBYM'ers...... the new fashion trendsetters
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DH and I have a LBYM fix to sagging body parts...we just take our glasses off....
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Old 03-09-2010, 11:33 AM   #6
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Wonder if this will give a subliminal boost to clothing brands like Sag Harbor...
Might well. Personally, I am so grateful for nipples that I do not care what size breasts they are fronting.

And I am beyond plastic surgery being able to do anything at all for me. I would need an entirely new head to see any improvement.

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DH and I have a LBYM fix to sagging body parts...we just take our glasses off....
And maybe LBYM types are also less likely to go for laser surgery to correct their vision?

I have a friend whose husband used to wear glasses. She said his vision was so poor that he could barely find the glasses on his nightstand when he awoke in the morning. A few years ago, he had laser surgery to correct his vision. She told me she wasn't sure how thrilled she was that he'd be able to see everything now.
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Here's another LBYM solution, just buy a magazine for advice:

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And maybe LBYM types are also less likely to go for laser surgery to correct their vision?

I have a friend whose husband used to wear glasses. She said his vision was so poor that he could barely find the glasses on his nightstand when he awoke in the morning. A few years ago, he had laser surgery to correct his vision. She told me she wasn't sure how thrilled she was that he'd be able to see everything now.


Eh heh...DH thought about laser surgery...fortunately I was able to talk him out of it. I think we're both happier with this decision...

a hint from bbbamI....ladies always be on the bottom, gravity takes 10 years off your face. Don't believe me? Lay a mirror flat on a table...then hang your head down and look at the reflection.....
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a hint from bbbamI....ladies always be on the bottom, gravity takes 10 years off your face. Don't believe me? Lay a mirror flat on a table...then hang your head down and look at the reflection.....

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Eh heh...DH thought about laser surgery...fortunately I was able to talk him out of it. I think we're both happier with this decision...

a hint from bbbamI....ladies always be on the bottom, gravity takes 10 years off your face. Don't believe me? Lay a mirror flat on a table...then hang your head down and look at the reflection.....
So mirrors on the ceiling are for anti-gravity?
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Hey darlin'.....at least my advice is free.....
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So mirrors on the ceiling are for anti-gravity?


If I had mirrors on my ceiling I'd have to smear a little vaseline on them. Just for the hazy, romantic look don't ya know....
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That article was a riot.
I am SOOOOOOO glad I don't lay awake at night asking myself those types of questions.
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So mirrors on the ceiling are for anti-gravity?
Um..um...no...no...no ...I just can't answer this one. I'll get kicked off the board for sure.
I'll give you a hint though...look at the white lettering on the bottom half of your vehicle's side view mirrors.
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If I had mirrors on my ceiling I'd have to smear a little vaseline on them. Just for the hazy, romantic look don't ya know....
Vaseline these days instead of pot in the old days..........got it.........
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