A Few Changes and a $50 Visa Giveaway

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Plastic surgery. Having work done. Going under the knife. Cosmetic enhancement. No matter what you call it, I’m a fan – within reason. So today I’m going to talk about why I’d go under the knife and, to sweeten the deal, give away a $50 Visa card.

Hi, my name is Kenda and I plan to have plastic surgery at some time in my life. How are you? Thanks for coming. Hate me yet?  Nah. I’d like to think it would take more than a boob job to come between friends. When I say I plan to have some…ahem…enhancements – I mean reasonable maintenance now that I’m on in years. I think of my body like a classic ’57 Chevy (I’d actually be a ’75 Chevy, but have you seen those? ugh) – one that has driven quite a few miles, carried two kids half way across the world and isn’t looking as fresh as the day she came off the assembly line…if ya know what I’m sayin. So one day, probably in my mid 40’s, I’m going to get some ‘body work’ done. At first I considered my face. Hmmm. I actually like my face. I wouldn’t mind a few botox shots to flatten out scars from teen acne, but do  I really need more than that? So I decided to take it for a test drive.

plastic surgery before after joke

Um…..yeah. How about no? I mean, sure…there’s a little Angelina Jolie action in the mouth area but I kind of like the features I already have. I know what I DO want though…

plastic surgery joke 2

Yeah, baby! Now that’s what I’m talking about! Mama needs a new pair o’ boobs. Okay, maybe not that big – but I want the kind you can bounce a quarter off of. Right now, thanks to breast feeding babies and bad bras, I think the quarter would disappear between the cleavage and then shoot out ten cents change. While they’re doing their medical magic I might have them suck out some of that extra baggage on the bottom half. Leave the butt, though! Just a little off the sides, please. Just once I’d love to go for a walk and have my shorts stay where I put them.

I won’t do anything that makes me look like a different person. That’s not my goal. I don’t want to be something I’m not – just some upkeep on what I already have. I’ll also make sure to use a reputable surgeon. You hear so many horror stories now about women who go in for work and come out worse than they started. Or, as we’ve seen in Hollywood most often, they come out looking like something from another planet. I think the biggest mistakes people make with plastic surgery are a) over indulgence (moderation, people!!) and b) going for the cheaper clinic. Again – if we go back to the car analogy – which do you think performs better: a $45,000 car or a $450 car? I’m not putting discount parts in this machine. And, unlike a car, you only get one body. Seeking out qualified, reputable surgeons is the first and most important step. That goes for any surgery, but especially when it comes to elective procedures.

Before you start tossing tomatoes at the screen – I know that plastic surgery isn’t for everyone. Some times you just need a pick me up. A little something to make your smile bigger and your step lighter. Am I right? They say smiling takes years off your appearance. So how big would your smile be if you won a $50 Visa gift card?


 The Giveaway

(1) Reader will win a $50 Visa Gift Card – compliments of Sullivan Centre , Plastic and Reconstructive Surgical Center
** Gift card is an actual card and will be mailed. This is NOT an email gift code.**
Giveaway ends:  June 13, 2012 @ 11:59 PM EST
Sweep is open to US Residents, 18+
Winner must respond to notification email within 48 hours or a new winner will be selected.

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97 Comments to A Few Changes and a $50 Visa Giveaway

  1. What do you think is your best feature?
    I’ve always liked my hair, it’s always had a nice thickness and is very manageable.

  2. My best feature is my hair not as thick as it wants was but it is still going strong and does not show much gray.

  3. Carolsue

    I guess that would be my skin. It’s held up pretty well! :)
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  4. There is no one best thing but I think the thing that stands out the most that I often get complimented on is my hair. I about sit on it actually. littlecrunchy at gmail dot com

  5. Ashley Morgan

    I am most proud of my eyes – I try to play them up to keep everyone from looking at some of the things I don’t like as much on my face (I wish my nose were just a little smaller and I can’t seem to get rid of acne despite being well into my 20s).

    I also like to hide behind my hair, literally – I hate cutting it, but rather letting it flow down my waist. I like to think it hides some of the acne and keeps eyes away from the little extra fat I might have :)

    I think all women are very picky about themselves and as long as you’re doing it for you, there is nothing wrong with plastic surgery. I’d love to have a little more “oomph” in my boob area and a little less in my hips!

  6. I get comments on my eyes, so right now I would say that is my best feature!

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  7. Dameon Schirer

    My best feature is my teeth. Thanks to years and years of braces. A $50 gift card sure would help me to
    flash my teeth more in public with a big grin.

  8. Best feature?

    Wow…the question just brings my esteem issues right to the forefront of all that I am.

    Can I say my heart? Even though it’s broken…it’s still my answer.

  9. I like my green cat eyes not just for color because they are the windows of my soul. They’re more full of life than they were before. Then my hair (grey, yes ladies, grey) is my next best feature. I’ve earned every one and just like the experiences that has aided developing my character, my hair has become stronger and more distinguished as well.

  10. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger

    It used to be my hair – but now my hair seems to have lost it’s luster and less wavy.. Most people tell me it’s my eyes – a deep chestnut brown – but actually it’s not the color – it’s what is in them – or behind them – that people seem to notice.

    And my eye lashes and brows – they seem pretty typical to me – but my Mom always says I was “born with my (eye) make-up on.

    Thanks for the question – it’s kind of nice to focus on a positive feature that one feels good about for a change!