Cosmetic surgery

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Charlie
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Cosmetic surgery

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There was an item on the BBC news tonight about cosmetic surgery. Apparently more and more men are having it done. A surgeon was interviewed and he said that it makes people feel good about themselves; that's good. And then I thought 'Hold on a mo(ment), I wear skirts and feel good about myself, so what's the difference?'
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I've thought about it for a long time, mostly about a some liposuction and tucking in my upper thighs, which have always been fleshy and always rubbed together. And now, after losing quite a bit of weight, I have some extra skin around my waist that I think about having tucked.

But at about $10,000 for either tuck, I'm not likely to have anything done soon.
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My thoughts about modifying my body are well documented throughout this site. Everything about me from the skin inward I'm happy with.

No cosmetic surgeries for me. I wouldn't care if they are offering to do it for free, I'd still decline.
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