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Yellowbeard
05-27-2010, 10:42 AM
Yeah it's a joke I copied from another MB I'm active on...I liked it.
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Pfizer Corp. announced today that Viagra will soon be available in liquid form, and will be marketed by Pepsi Cola as a power beverage suitable for use as a mixer. It will now be possible for a man to literally pour himself
a stiff one. Obviously we can no longer call this a soft drink, and it gives new meaning to the names of "cocktails", "highballs" and just a good
old-fashioned "stiff drink". Pepsi will market the new concoction by the name of: MOUNT &DO.

Thought for the day: There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra today than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there should be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections and absolutely no recollection of what to do with them.

Davian93
05-27-2010, 10:54 AM
Am I the only guy that doesn't care for implants? They are not attractive one bit. I'd much rather have a girl be au natural than have fake ones...regardless of their size.

Yellowbeard
05-27-2010, 10:58 AM
i think the implants most women get make them too big. i can see if a woman had the girls removed for breast cancer or something, then yeah, rebuild 'em. or a woman that has nursed a bunch kids...the boobs can end up down by her knees sometimes. fixing physical problems is okay.

but i've never been a guy that worried about size of boobs. sometimes, if they're too big, it's kind of gross looking. i've always thought they could be nicely shaped and attractive, no matter the size.

Davian93
05-27-2010, 10:59 AM
i think the implants most women get make them too big. i can see if a woman had the girls removed for breast cancer or something, then yeah, rebuild 'em. or a woman that has nursed a bunch kids...the boobs can end up down by her knees sometimes. fixing physical problems is okay.

but i've never been a guy that worried about size of boobs. sometimes, if they're too big, it's kind of gross looking. i've always thought they could be nicely shaped and attractive, no matter the size.

Oh yeah...completely. I meant the ones that are purely for enlargement purposes. The masectomy replacement thing is totally cool. Good caveat there.

Ivhon
05-27-2010, 11:02 AM
Am I the only guy that doesn't care for implants? They are not attractive one bit. I'd much rather have a girl be au natural than have fake ones...regardless of their size.

right with ya.

As a rule, I do not like cosmetic work of any kind. To me, women who augment (reductions are another story, for medical reasons) breasts, botox, face lifts, collagen injections, etc., are making themselves look OLDER and UGLIER than they otherwise would be.

A little bit of make-up on special occasions can be a nice thing, but wearing tons of it all the time makes me wonder what a woman is trying to cover up.

To me, power and beauty both come from confidence more than anything else.

Brita
05-27-2010, 11:06 AM
Well- I agree, fwiw. But also, from a woman's perspective, the same goes for my attraction to a man. Especially this:

To me, power and beauty both come from confidence more than anything else.

Absolutely! Being "good looking" and being "attractive" are two different things imo. They are not always exclusive, but often are.

Davian93
05-27-2010, 11:07 AM
right with ya.

As a rule, I do not like cosmetic work of any kind. To me, women who augment (reductions are another story, for medical reasons) breasts, botox, face lifts, collagen injections, etc., are making themselves look OLDER and UGLIER than they otherwise would be.

A little bit of make-up on special occasions can be a nice thing, but wearing tons of it all the time makes me wonder what a woman is trying to cover up.

To me, power and beauty both come from confidence more than anything else.

Exactly. I always shudder when I see some early 20s female get a ton of work done. Do you need botox at 22? I mean, seriously? Every starlet looks exactly the same now as they all get the same work done. Natural beauty is dying out as a result.

Davian93
05-27-2010, 11:12 AM
Well- I agree, fwiw. But also, from a woman's perspective, the same goes for my attraction to a man. Especially this:



Absolutely! Being "good looking" and being "attractive" are two different things imo. They are not always exclusive, but often are.

A great personality goes a really really long way. There are some very "ugly" women that are physically quite attactive.

Ivhon
05-27-2010, 11:36 AM
Exactly. I always shudder when I see some early 20s female get a ton of work done. Do you need botox at 22? I mean, seriously? Every starlet looks exactly the same now as they all get the same work done. Natural beauty is dying out as a result.

I read somewhere recently that casting agents are moving away from worked-over back to real. If true, I find myself in the rare position of saying "hollywood finally did something right"

Of course, Hollywood only responds to popular opinion - so it may be that we the people have finally gotten tired of forcing women into an ever-narrowing mold.

Brita
05-27-2010, 12:02 PM
A great personality goes a really really long way. There are some very "ugly" women that are physically quite attactive.

Men too.

Davian93
05-27-2010, 12:05 PM
I read somewhere recently that casting agents are moving away from worked-over back to real. If true, I find myself in the rare position of saying "hollywood finally did something right"

Of course, Hollywood only responds to popular opinion - so it may be that we the people have finally gotten tired of forcing women into an ever-narrowing mold.


Yeah, I read that too. They actually want women that can show emotion on their face instead of being frozen by botox/surgeries. A great trend if so.

Ivhon
05-27-2010, 12:17 PM
And away from hollywood and back to what's attractive.

I think laugh-lines can be all kinds of sexy. Because I like women who laugh.

Brita
05-27-2010, 12:22 PM
I think laugh-lines can be all kinds of sexy. Because I like women who laugh.

Everything you say is so true! I love laugh lines! Especially the crinkles at the corner of the eye. And I love freckles...but I think that is mainly because my husband is covered with freckles and I love him :)

jason wolfbrother
05-27-2010, 12:26 PM
I've always preferred the natural look. Augmentation does more to hinder than help imnsho.

As for makeup I just remember hearing this somewhere so sorry for no source but..."The secret to wearing makeup is to make it look like you aren't wearing any". To me honestly a woman never looks sexier than in that five minutes just after she woke up and before she puts anything on (of course I may be biased because I was there when she woke up ;) ;) :cool: ;) :cool: and thus was there when she went to sleep ;))

Personality and attitude are more attractive than "good looks" imo.

Yellowbeard
05-27-2010, 12:35 PM
but I think that is mainly because my husband is covered with freckles and I love him

ginger kid? red headed women are hot!

As for makeup I just remember hearing this somewhere so sorry for no source but..."The secret to wearing makeup is to make it look like you aren't wearing any". To me honestly a woman never looks sexier than in that five minutes just after she woke up and before she puts anything on (of course I may be biased because I was there when she woke up and thus was there when she went to sleep )

umm...yeah. sometimes. i can remember times when my ex-wife woke up (before things really went to shit) that i'd see her and think "man...the night was not kind to her!!"

i think a woman's most attractive time can be right after she gets out of the shower. not sure why. just something about it when she hasn't brushed or dried her hair yet...

JSUCamel
05-27-2010, 02:00 PM
To me, power and beauty both come from confidence more than anything else.

This. But I also know a few women with implants, and it doesn't bother me too much. Then again, looks in general don't bother me too much.

Basel Gill
05-27-2010, 02:12 PM
Case in point...Pam Anderson is God awful ugly now, she USED to be fairly attractive WAY back before all the surgery.

Yellowbeard
05-27-2010, 02:42 PM
Case in point...Pam Anderson is God awful ugly now, she USED to be fairly attractive WAY back before all the surgery.

trying to keep up w/ tommy lee and then kid rock probably had a bit to do with it as well.

then again, i never thought she was worth all the hub-bub that was made over her.

StrangePackage
05-27-2010, 03:33 PM
Why do people refer to them as "fake" breasts?

Cuz, you know, when I reach out to touch 'em, they don't disappear or fall down like a cardboard cut out or anything.

And on the topic- um. I like breasts. Period. Real. Artificial. Chicken. You name it.

Sinistrum
05-27-2010, 06:03 PM
As a rule, I do not like cosmetic work of any kind.

Its false advertising. Theoretically speaking, a large part of attraction is based upon the mating instinct. You are attracted to characteristics that ultimately you would like to include in your offspring. Plastic surgery screws this dynamic up. Heidi Montag's kids are going to look nothing like her, and who ever ends up knocking her up won't even be able to take a guess at what they will look like.

That said, would I sleep with someone who had work done? Probably if they were still attractive. Am I gonna marry them? Hell no. In addition to false advertising and outside of legitimate medical reasons, people who get plastic surgery typically have some deep seeded psychological issues that are motivating their desire for "modification." Those kind of issues ain't pretty and I've no inclination to deal with them.

irerancincpkc
05-28-2010, 08:27 AM
Am I the only guy that doesn't care for implants? They are not attractive one bit. I'd much rather have a girl be au natural than have fake ones...regardless of their size.

Yeah, what you said... :D

Yellowbeard
05-28-2010, 09:20 AM
addition to false advertising and outside of legitimate medical reasons, people who get plastic surgery typically have some deep seeded psychological issues that are motivating their desire for "modification." Those kind of issues ain't pretty and I've no inclination to deal with them.

so you think a woman that gets implants just to try to look more attractive is really mental? you make it sound like it's on the same level as a person that wants a sex change.

there's all sorts of body modifications. tattoos and piercings for example. are all "modifications" motivated by being crazy?

GonzoTheGreat
05-28-2010, 09:28 AM
so you think a woman that gets implants just to try to look more attractive is really mental? you make it sound like it's on the same level as a person that wants a sex change.

there's all sorts of body modifications. tattoos and piercings for example. are all "modifications" motivated by being crazy?Yep. So is wearing lipstick, high heels and bow ties. Especially in combination.

Sinistrum
05-28-2010, 10:16 AM
so you think a woman that gets implants just to try to look more attractive is really mental?

Abso-frackin-lutely they are mental. Such modification is always tied to low self-esteem, poor body image, and insecurity. If that were not the case, then they wouldn't go to the extreme of letting a surgeon cut them open having a bag of solution put in their chest. Someone who is truly secure in themselves and has a healthy self-esteem would never even consider doing something like that. And that is a bundle of neorosis I want nothing to do with in the setting of a committed relationship.

Basel Gill
05-28-2010, 10:31 AM
Abso-frackin-lutely they are mental. Such modification is always tied to low self-esteem, poor body image, and insecurity. If that were not the case, then they wouldn't go to the extreme of letting a surgeon cut them open having a bag of solution put in their chest. Someone who is truly secure in themselves and has a healthy self-esteem would never even consider doing something like that. And that is a bundle of neorosis I want nothing to do with in the setting of a committed relationship.

"...bundle of neurosis..." LOL! Your permission to steal this phrase for personal use???

Anaiya Sedai
05-28-2010, 10:34 AM
They might not fall off or anything, or be like cardboard, but they don't usually feel or look that real, unless you can afford a very good surgeon.

Ok, most augmentations look not as good as the real thing.
What about reductions?

jason wolfbrother
05-28-2010, 01:07 PM
I have no problem with reductions, especially for health reasons. for example my best friends wife had natural FF breasts that she recently had reduced to C's for her back. They were literally straining her back.

Anaiya Sedai
05-28-2010, 02:07 PM
I have no problem with reductions, especially for health reasons. for example my best friends wife had natural FF breasts that she recently had reduced to C's for her back. They were literally straining her back.
I know someone with the same problem :rolleyes:
it's kinda why I was asking... I just keep getting asked by people why I would possibly want to go smaller when all these girls pay a fortune on fakes. Go figure.

Oh, and to go back to something Sini said - sadly, I know a lot of girls who considered plastic surgery, not because they weren't happy with what they had, but because they thought they could earn money with the fakeys.

Davian93
05-28-2010, 02:10 PM
Thread is useless without pics.

Basel Gill
05-28-2010, 02:14 PM
Thread is useless without pics.

This. :D

Anaiya Sedai
05-28-2010, 02:24 PM
http://www.boingboing.net/images/DSC_0174.jpg

Zaela Sedai
05-28-2010, 04:22 PM
I hear ya Ana, no-one (read guys for the most part) understand. If a girl doesn't get it I just ask if she wants what they take out of me LOL

Sinistrum
05-28-2010, 10:09 PM
Breast reduction is fine for medical reasons, and feel free to borrow whatever phrases you wish out of my postings. :p