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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Vanity Everyone

Male Cosmetic Surgery is just my topic with the IT Guy early this morning. I had a really long day at work and got a message from him that he's up so why not pick me up instead?!

So on the way to work was nothing but a long discussion on vanity...male vanity at that. Apparently an organization has come up with this MYA cosmetic surgery...and not just for females, okay? MYA simply stands for "make yourself amazing".

Since the IT Guy is so proud of his nose (let's give him credit, it does look fine! LOL) we did not bother talk about rhinoplasty. His hair or lack of it doesn't seem bother him too...so hair transplant was also left out. What we got into is...drum rolling...ahem...tummy tuck!

I met him about 6 years ago and well he had an amazing body then. I'm so fine with how he is right now okay...but he is not. So...I told him...he just have to work on his diet and go back to the gym the way he used to when I met him. (Honey, stop guarding me anyway! Do you thing...LOL)

Then we get to science and the convenience it brings. You know how easily one can have that flat tummy without ASAP. So there is that thing called body reshaping and one of the many things that it does is the removal of fats through liposuction and the tummy tuck.

A tummy tuck only last for about 3 hours (as opposed to months of gym). It just requires and overnight hospital stay...and while it is considered relatively safe, just like any other surgical procedure it requires thorough understanding and preparation. It also helps to know about the procedure, here are more information about tummy tuck.

It may require an amount of money...and my stand is, if you want it, go for it. Just make sure you get the best doctor and it doesn't matter with me if I have to travel as long as I'm assured I have the best care. If I will be in vain, I will be sure I will live long to enjoy my vanity! ;)

1 comment:

Thom said...

I don't believe in that kind of surgery. You are what you are. Be happy with it and exercise.