I don't think you ever need to justify stories about boobs.
A silicone-enhanced Swede has added mud wrestling to the list of activities it's best to avoid if you've had a jub job, after dislodging one of her implants during a reality TV show. "Buxom" blonde Lina Hellqvist was competing in Djungelns Drottning ("Queen of the Jungle") as one of ten "beautiful big city girls" when she …
Yes, that is the simple intelligence test that decides whether you undertake the optional Darwinian survival test of making it through the rest of the show without fingers.
But for the digitally challenged users, there's the potential for further reality shows that follow them learning to live with toes on their hands.
"Short sighted specs would be useless for firelighting."
Hey, don't spoil hundreds of good plot devices with facts!
Yes, 'Lord of the Flies' I'm looking at you. (Piggy was shortsighted, so there is no way they could have lit a fire with his glasses)
Also - try lighting a fire with broken glass.
No, take your time. I'll wait.
And I don't mean in a good way.
In a really nasty, horrible, self-obsessed and mutilated kind of way.
I love women. I really do. Through my life most of my 'bestest' friends have been women. I also don't hate my mother. But if I ever met a woman who had her flesh ripped out and plastic injected there, for let's face it - beyond vanity purposes (I am not talking about re-constructive cosmetic surgery here - that is just fine in my book and I have no problem with that at all), then I just would not be able to take her seriously as a human being any more. I would ask her why she has done what she has done, and I doubt that more than one reply out of a hundred could convince me it is a 'good thing'.
I love women - I love their imperfections. I also respect their right to do what the hell they like with their own bodies. But I just don't get it.
Maybe I am a man that loves too much.
> I love women - I love their imperfections. I also respect their right to do what the hell they like with their own bodies. But I just don't get it.
Are you me?
It's not even vanity as such, it's second hand vanity from society's increasingly retarded view of what a human should look like. It's a gullibility that is somehow worse than vanity, and it's not just women.
@Bradly You imply that you have yet to have met a woman with implants for purely cosmetic reasons, yet you already decided that no woman who has ever done that is of so little worth that you would not be able to "take her seriously as a human being.".
Boy howdy ya sure do sound smart!
I've met two nurses and one doctor with boob jobs. They seemed pretty human to me.
Good luck to her.
Hell go for broke and get the other one done too!
Then when I ask her: WHY? - She can watch my jaw drop in submission at her reply.
All respect to women that take that path. May it be the end of their worries.
To do it to be the biggest Alpha bitch on the block is (as I said before) obscene.
Now, I'm open to suggestion here. Help a brother out, sister. Please explain why you do what you do. S'il vous plaît.
And I'm not a prude. I'm a raging fucking pervert if you must know, but it's not really any of your business. It's their right to mutilate their bodies. It's my right to look down on them and want to have nothing to do with them (sexually, love-wise, etc..)..
Then again, last time I looked, my opinion counted for sweet FA, when I counted the number of atoms in the universe, compared to those in my body. Feel free to be enraged, or just ignore.
It's Friday. And tomorrow is Caturday.
I think you got the wrong end of the tit (sorry, stick) with what I said.
Can you go back and read it again, just to check that you really meant to say what you said.
If so, then we can joust. Ad Hominem against me, I could (not) care less. But I sense a deeper inference to your insult, against women in general, if I understand correctly. And that will not stand my good man.
Please clarify your position.
Don't attack the women for having low self esteem and feeling like misfits in today's society. Peer pressure, biased self image when looking at airbrushed (sorry: PS'd) anatomically correct (sorry: disproportionate) models and, of course, "my guy likes them big, so see what I got him for his birthday!" attitude.
Bradley Hardleigh-Hadderchance, you said you want to know what's going on in a woman's mind who has this kind of surgery? Some actually feel better about it afterward. Increased self awareness, more confident and more outgoing. These are not always the women that go for extremely large sizes. I have less respect for those who want to impress their man or insert an excessive amount of silicone just to show of.
For a certain group of women it helps. Others need to be informed better (educated) in an educational environment at an early age (early teens).
Personally I find implants just as attractive as when guys get grooves lipoed into their beer guts. Which is to say, not at all. It looks unnatural no matter how good the surgeon is.
You'd think in this day and age we'd have treatments involving dietary changes and (in severe cases) hormone therapy. You know, actually promoting the underlying fertility you're trying to emulate.
"Hellqvist is apparently a blogger. That's good enough for us."
I am shocked, *SHOCKED* I tell you, that El Reg has sunk to the level of needing to justify its content in this way, and am deeply disappointed that its esteemed journalists are now pandering to the pedantic in this manner!
An immediate return to the previously high standards enjoyed by your organ should be a priority!
"A silicone-enhanced Swede"
"Bulgarian airbag relocation procedure"
"to get their hair straighteners started without electricity".
Be honest - you made all this up, didn't you? Or someone was watching either an episode of the Twilight Zone or a porn short. And if it wasn't the latter, it SHOULD be!
The personal is just that.
It is personal.
I would not have a clue what it would feel like to have bits of me cut off for medical purposes and then have it 're-constructed'. This is not my field and I know nothing about it.
But I will say this: I am a coward - I bet I would not handle it very well - and it wouldn't even be me in the firing line - it would be the one I loved. And what use would I be to her? I am not a strong man. I am certainly not as strong as a woman.
I'm just some prick on a message board blahing on, that hopes bad luck don't come his way. For those it has: Do what you have to do.. I really won't judge you in real life. This is just theory and conjecture, in my book..
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