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03-27-13  06:05am - 483 days Original Post - #1
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Fake and Shaved

Fake and Shaved dot Org - touting itself as "For plastic girls lovers" which from the comments section, it seems they like them plastic. Though it should be pointed out it should be "For plastic girl lovers".

Just an observation about lips. While Angelina Valentine's lips were compared to carp lips looking at this sites photos of before and after lips it occurs to me that they look like pussy lips, though some of them (specifically Nicole Aniston) are not really cock suckers so I'm unsure the purpose of them.

And if one were to look at the definition of augmentation, one would see that it's the perfect word for plastic tits and lips but it doesn't mean better. Sexy Cora swooned over the word but it led to her death.

just my rant for the day after I noticed Heather Vahn made her tits bigger. If it ain't grits, it must be a Yankee.

If you're going to lay her head over the pool table and fuck her throat, get your fucking hand off her throat!

03-27-13  01:30pm - 483 days #2
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Many horrible transformations are praised there. Even Cristina Bella who is the saddest loss ever to the plastic side. Do they remove disagreeing opinions?

I think some plastic babes are great like Aletta Ocean and Shyla Stylez but they were not really hot to begin with. Unlike the aforementioned Cristina Bella.

03-27-13  03:53pm - 483 days #3
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Friends don't let Friends do Plastic

03-27-13  04:56pm - 483 days #4
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I don't know if they let dissenting opinions reside - Someone on Darkko's thread mentioned Heather Vahn got new tits - But I will quote one poster on her new tits:

fakeluver
27/10/2012 at 04:58 � Reply

"hope she gets them even bigger but still perfectly round, hard and fake like all tits should be"

OMFG really?

Cybertoad says, "Friends don't let Friends do Plastic"

fuckin A dude!!

I could see Cassandra Nix messing with hers but I've begged her not to.



She's a nasty girl with great oral skills (see her in Throat Fucks 4) so who the hell needs fake tits? If it ain't grits, it must be a Yankee.

If you're going to lay her head over the pool table and fuck her throat, get your fucking hand off her throat!

03-27-13  05:32pm - 483 days #5
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:




Friends don't let Friends do Plastic


Good one. A true neck-lover.

03-29-13  04:20pm - 481 days #6
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:




Friends don't let Friends do Plastic


Good one. Let's keep the polymers off our pretties. You know the party’s really getting underway when the female boxers take a fisting break.

The next time someone tries to sell you something, ask them, "Do I get a floppy disk with it?" See how they react ...

03-30-13  12:40am - 480 days #7
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I don't like fake:

- tits
- lips
- ass
- nose


Well... pretty much everything that can be "fixed" or enhanced on the human body. I agree there are exceptions such as:

- teeth
- tanning
- hair (color, shaving...)


But these transformations are minor and not so "permanent" and irreversible except for the teeth of course but in that case you actually want your teeth to remain in their final position after the dentist has removed all this annoying steel from your mouth!

I've seen some nice pornstars even prettier than before after they got their teeth fixed but fake lips augmentation? Hell no... I simply don't like it.

Further more, it just turns me off!

05-19-13  06:15am - 430 days #8
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I've opened this thread back up because of something I read about and because it's not an uncommon issue.

"Angelina Jolie undergoes double mastectomy" - CNN.com

That and breast cancer and mastectomy has affected the women in my family.

So that's an interesting take on getting fake boobs. If one were to look at boob jobs as double mastectomy, would it make a difference in how you view them?

Ok, I know you're saying to yourself, "Yeah, but that's not why they did it."

And though that might be correct, perhaps the end result and not the reason should be considered. While not all of these women would get breast cancer, you gotta wonder if they have not reduced the chance of getting it in the future.

Look, I don't actually change my stance - I would rather see natural than plastic, but given the view point above I think I'm going to have to moderate my position to allow this perceptive to become a part of it.

That said, I wonder at how sensitive porn stars are (or suppose to be) when people make critical comments about them.

Here is a person who is willing to - for money - not only to have sex, but to have anal sex, then suck the dick that fucked it, then tongue fuck girl next to her in the ass hole, and oh, while their about it, suck the girl's exposed prolapse and have it filmed, while in hopes that millions of whoremonger porn addicts pay to watch it and then complains when someone expresses an opinion that is something less than stroke to their egos.

Is it just me, or is there something a wee askew with this perception?

Wonder if Jennifer Lawrence took offense when Rex Reed said of her performance in Silver Linings Playbook "There's nothing wrong with the overrated Jennifer Lawrence that some serious acting lessons couldn't improve." or did she just go on about her business knowing that everyone can't love her. At 22 but with her self confidence I suspect it's the latter.

When exchanging barbs with people on comment threads (as is pretty common on Yahoo comment threads) one has to accept that the comments people make about your mental capacity (aka, your opinion) are about as personal as someone flipping you off in traffic. Only in the threads you're able to talk back about their mother.

I just see this go on and I can't figure out why porn stars suffer such fragile egos? If it ain't grits, it must be a Yankee.

If you're going to lay her head over the pool table and fuck her throat, get your fucking hand off her throat!

05-19-13  09:31am - 430 days #9
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Originally Posted by jberryl69:


I've opened this thread back up because of something I read about and because it's not an uncommon issue.

I just see this go on and I can't figure out why porn stars suffer such fragile egos?



People are odd creatures, in the wild in a Cave 10000 BC one can not imagine a lone cave girl thrusting a tree branch into her pussy. Or having MR Cave man do a little anal licking.
People have evolved sexualy and unevolved as well.

I think its like this as porn stars struggle. What is right and wrong and where do they fit. They say they are ok with it, but are they "ALL" ok with it. People like getting their knob rubbed, thats how prostitutes stay in business. yet both men and women would most likely never get in relationship with a hooker. Perhaps porn stars realize they are not normal, even though their fans adore them. Would a fan really want to have a relationship with a porn star that was a raving bitch outside of the bed room?

Just like Big screen stars do , porn stars often have relationships with other often dysfunctional porn stars.
Where jealousy is a daily occurrence for them.
The whole physiological balance of being fucked , fucking others and then being in a committed relationship for most does not make sense. And maybe for porn stars it does not either.

So JB to answer your question, I think porn stars have such fragile egos, because they are in a fantasy as well.
And when they feel they need to fix:
- tits
- lips
- ass
- noses

They see them selves not as we do at all.
They see themselves as not normal.
And maybe if I get a boob job people will see I a committed star. Sadly most porn watchers could care less what a star feels unless they are feeling something related to sex.

I guess one could try and compare porn stars as ER doctors.
They joke and have fun and live in a world of tragedy.
People are amazed and love their work, but they are fragile people molded by their environment of pain and suffering.
It is also why most doctors do residency in the ER, if you can not cut it there you wont make it. Porn stars are like this in that they have an environment they live in, but they have a hidden desire to live as you and I do.
And that makes them as fragile as anyone whom works in a
business where you must tuck away your emotions. Edited on May 19, 2013, 09:35am

05-19-13  10:44am - 430 days #10
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I think it makes a great deal of difference in how one looks at fake boobs when it comes to a porn star's lack of self-confidence or a woman who underwent a double mastectomy. I don't think it would occur to anyone to slam a woman who had just lost her breasts for helping out nature, if she so desires.

Cosmetic surgery CAN be a great thing, just not in porn. Each and every performer always looked better to me before rather than after her alterations.

05-19-13  10:57am - 430 days #11
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I think an addiction to 'cosmetic' surgery is every bit as sad as anorexia.

The sufferer's self-image is the problem.

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05-19-13  11:28am - 430 days #12
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Originally Posted by Capn:


I think an addiction to 'cosmetic' surgery is every bit as sad as anorexia.

The sufferer's self-image is the problem.

Cap'n.


Good point

05-19-13  12:41pm - 430 days #13
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Originally Posted by jberryl69:


I've opened this thread back up because of something I read about and because it's not an uncommon issue.

"Angelina Jolie undergoes double mastectomy" - CNN.com

That and breast cancer and mastectomy has affected the women in my family.


Although I applaud what Angelina did. I'm not too happy with her open letter. I am sure that it was a diffcult decision on her part because choosing to remove what are currently two healthy organs cannot be an easy thing to do but the fact is that what Angelina has is quite rare. In fact 99% or American women do not have the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene so having a well known celebrity bring up the specter of something is not likely to affect them is not a good idea. It actually borders on the cruel and indecent. You may ask yourself why I say that. Well let's be honest. If 99% of women do not have what Angelina has then why would they pay 3000$ for a test they do not need and one that may cause their insurance company to drop them once they ask for the test.

There's also the fact that she has the money for the test, the operation and the reconstructive surgery while many American women do not.

Originally Posted by jberryl69:


If one were to look at boob jobs as double mastectomy, would it make a difference in how you view them?


Yes and no. Getting implants after having a masectomy is very different than an healthy woman unhappy with her body who goes and gets a boob job. The first is too fix what was damaged during a necessary operation while the other is
a woman looking to alter her appearance because she's not happy at the moment. Mind you if a patient who has had a masectomy decides to get gigantic implants instead of just getting a normal cup size is probably crossing theline on this one.

Originally Posted by jberryl69:


Look, I don't actually change my stance - I would rather see natural than plastic, but given the view point above I think I'm going to have to moderate my position to allow this perceptive to become a part of it.


I've never been completely opposed to implants. What I don't like to see is when a woman chooses a cup size that is so much bigger than her original size that her breast now look like gigantic fake mellons on her chest and she stops being a woman with breasts and instead becomes a pair of breasts attached to a woman.

Originally Posted by jberryl69:


That said, I wonder at how sensitive porn stars are (or suppose to be) when people make critical comments about them.


I'm going to go on a limb and say that most women who decide to alter their appearance are probably people who are hyper sensitive when it comes to their looks and are not going to take criticism all that well. Mind you the language that is sometimes used does not make us men look all that good so maybe we should choose our words more carefully. Long live the Brown Coats.

05-19-13  01:49pm - 430 days #14
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^ After talking to my physician sister, I've erred in a portion of my post with regard to synonymy of mastectomy and implants. My sister said that implants are popped on top of the breast mass rather than the mass being cut away as it is done with a mastectomy. She also said that having one is quite painful due to the surgical removal process and dealing with scar tissue and other complications.

I stand corrected.

That said, I'm afraid I'm back to my original thoughts on boob jobs which means I'm generally going to not like them. If it ain't grits, it must be a Yankee.

If you're going to lay her head over the pool table and fuck her throat, get your fucking hand off her throat!

05-19-13  11:56pm - 429 days #15
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First off, JB ....truely sorry to learn breast cancer and mastectomy has affected the women in your family.
Seeing that awakens, stirs awareness and amplifies a profound gratitude from we whose loved ones remain free of this dreadful happenstance .....all of which adds equal empthis of sadness that good people, exemplified by those of whom you've spoken of, have experienced.
I'd like to believe your sister's medical expertise certainly improved their quality of life and, in all likeihood, is prolonging their lives.

Addressing this thread:
Simply put, Aquiring stardom or being in the limelight usely brings with it supersize egos.
Such inflated views at this level is bound to counter even a mild setback..... hence the elavated consequences that befalls those we're always reading about.

I do hope that makes a thread of sense.

05-23-13  04:58pm - 426 days #16
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


People are odd creatures, in the wild in a Cave 10000 BC one can not imagine a lone cave girl thrusting a tree branch into her pussy. Or having MR Cave man do a little anal licking.
People have evolved sexualy and unevolved as well.


It may not be a tree branch, but how about a "sculpted and polished phallus" for ancient sexual pleasure?

I would like to think that maybe we are more sexually evolved--if that's even the right word--than our ancestors, but I also hope we haven't always had so many humorless prudes within our population as well. We still have a long way to go on that front if so many people can still be guilt-tripped into believing that perfectly normal, natural urges and desires are somehow wrong and should be suppressed. "It's incredibly obvious, isn't it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual. Certainly without any choice. That's the way your hardcore Commie works." - Gen. Jack D. Rippper, Dr. Stranglove

05-23-13  05:00pm - 426 days #17
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Originally Posted by turboshaft:


It may not be a tree branch, but how about a "sculpted and polished phallus" for ancient sexual pleasure?

I would like to think that maybe we are more sexually evolved--if that's even the right word--than our ancestors, but I also hope we haven't always had so many humorless prudes within our population as well. We still have a long way to go on that front if so many people can still be guilt-tripped into believing that perfectly normal, natural urges and desires are somehow wrong and should be suppressed.



Good post, Turbo !!!!

05-23-13  05:31pm - 426 days #18
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Originally Posted by pat362:


If 99% of women do not have what Angelina has then why would they pay 3000$ for a test they do not need and one that may cause their insurance company to drop them once they ask for the test.


Since this thread is already addressing the controversial topic of fake breasts, I don't want to steer it into the can of worms that is the debate over healthcare in the U.S., but I believe that the new Affordable Care Act/"ObamaCare" makes this practice illegal.

Frankly, my biggest issue with Jolie's essay was the fact that she has the money (plus the work-leave policy, if we're being honest) to be able to make this decision a little more easily. Healthcare is so closely connected to personal wealth in the U.S. that it's practically Kafkaesque in terms of morality. And while some women may benefit from the same procedure I doubt they all have the same economic means to make it like Jolie did.


Originally Posted by pat362:


I'm going to go on a limb and say that most women who decide to alter their appearance are probably people who are hyper sensitive when it comes to their looks and are not going to take criticism all that well. Mind you the language that is sometimes used does not make us men look all that good so maybe we should choose our words more carefully.


Be careful going out on that limb, pat!

How are you defining "alter their appearance"? Makeup? Hair? Dress? Tattoos? You don't even have to mention plastic surgery and the idea that altering one's appearance is not exactly the result of being hypersensitive.

We live in a society that expects people, particularly women, especially younger women, to alter their appearance as we see fit. Hence, women putting on makeup everyday is just something they do, otherwise it would be considered weird or abnormal. Granted some plastic surgeries seem a little excessive, but given the emphasis we place on women and the kind of bodies the majority of us are assumed to view as "beautiful," breast implants and augmentations don't seem all that illogical after all.

Now Cassandra Nix looks pretty attractive to me in that posted photo above, but others might say that because of her small breasts she doesn't look like a "real woman," or the more militant critic might even accuse me of being some sort of closeted pedophile. I've heard both of these complaints in real life from men and women (men generally the former, women the latter). Suddenly a genetically inherited trait (naturally small breasts) is grounds for criticizing her looks or anyone's attraction to them, and I don't think you can totally blame the patients for why they want plastic surgery. "It's incredibly obvious, isn't it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual. Certainly without any choice. That's the way your hardcore Commie works." - Gen. Jack D. Rippper, Dr. Stranglove

05-24-13  07:39am - 425 days #19
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Anyone every look at nudes from the pre-1800 painints?
Men were over weight often and women are by todays standards overweight. Back then it was a sign of sexuality and power to be over weight. IT was a turn on to men and women. It meant you had wealth and power and land, all are attractive today. but slimming down is also sign of health and strong genes for children.

05-24-13  06:16pm - 425 days #20
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Originally Posted by Cybertoad:


Anyone every look at nudes from the pre-1800 painints?
Men were over weight often and women are by todays standards overweight. Back then it was a sign of sexuality and power to be over weight. IT was a turn on to men and women. It meant you had wealth and power and land, all are attractive today. but slimming down is also sign of health and strong genes for children.



It was attractive because poor people couldn't afford to eat. They were skinny not by choice, but by force. Nowadays, the majority of people in first world countries don't have to worry about that, so it isn't attractive anymore. So it was never attractive aesthetically, it was just a symbol for something else attractive.

05-24-13  06:31pm - 425 days #21
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Originally Posted by hodayathink:


It was attractive because poor people couldn't afford to eat. They were skinny not by choice, but by force. Nowadays, the majority of people in first world countries don't have to worry about that, so it isn't attractive anymore. So it was never attractive aesthetically, it was just a symbol for something else attractive.


Rubens and Botticelli wouldn't have agreed with you. A plump woman WAS beautiful in their eyes ... rich or poor. In Arab countries a BBW is considered to be very desirable, or at least that's how it was only 40 years ago. I even remember the adverse reaction of my generation to Twiggy (a model) who would not look out of place on a runway even today with her anorexic figure. Anyone born in the 30s or 40s would have found what is now considered to be plump, attractive and normal.

As to your statistics re. poor people, in the past and now many of them were stout, even fat because they could only afford cheap, starchy foods, like potatoes and pasta. Edited on May 25, 2013, 09:30am

05-24-13  08:41pm - 425 days #22
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Originally Posted by hodayathink:


It was attractive because poor people couldn't afford to eat. They were skinny not by choice, but by force. Nowadays, the majority of people in first world countries don't have to worry about that, so it isn't attractive anymore. So it was never attractive aesthetically, it was just a symbol for something else attractive.


LOL thought thats what I said ?? LOL

05-24-13  09:09pm - 425 days #23
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Originally Posted by hodayathink:


It was attractive because poor people couldn't afford to eat. They were skinny not by choice, but by force. Nowadays, the majority of people in first world countries don't have to worry about that, so it isn't attractive anymore. So it was never attractive aesthetically, it was just a symbol for something else attractive.


Don't forget it was also attractive to be pale and fair skinned.

I think I've mentioned this before in another post, but a tan or sunburn was considered the sign of a lowly peasant or laborer (working in the sun), while the "better" classes could afford to stay out of the sun. This did at least have the benefit of not aging people as much or giving them skin cancer, while today we're brainwashed enough to describe tans as giving oneself a "healthy glow"--for many of us that couldn't be farther from the truth! "It's incredibly obvious, isn't it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious bodily fluids without the knowledge of the individual. Certainly without any choice. That's the way your hardcore Commie works." - Gen. Jack D. Rippper, Dr. Stranglove

08-17-13  03:31pm - 340 days #24
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i dnt lyk fake people, b as u r.....

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