Nothin’ like a nice set of fake rubba boobies!
Instead of a new car or computer for graduation…how about a boob job?
Mary was not going under the knife to correct any medical issues. She was going under to get a new, improved set of full “C” cup boobs. Having been a late bloomer myself I first handedly understand how cruel and bastardly kids can be if you don’t have a full rack by age fourteen. But Mary’s before shot was certainly not that of an ironing board! She was a healthy, well-proportioned, probably “B” cup gal.
During her interview she said she wanted to get boob job so she could “feel cute” and “womanly” in clothes and little tops when like going out with her boyfriend!
Is it just me, or what the f*ck?! Why on earth would a parent consent to having their minor, not fully developed child stuff their chest with silicone or saline implants? And pay for it!!! Isn’t that like saying, “Yes, sweetie you’re not the prettiest girl on the block and the best way to ensure to have you married and off my hands at a young age is to inflate your chest!”?…
So, I guess the real question is should the decision for unnecessary cosmetic surgery to a minor be left up to the one paying for this roughly $7,000 DOLLAR procedure (a.k.a. mommy or daddy) or the one doing the cutting (a.k.a. this episode Dr. Aiello)? And can ANY 16, 17 or even 18 year old really grasp the physical or emotional repercussions that might be at risk from such a procedure? Hello – it’s not like going to get your teeth bleached!
Fact remains that California and Texas are the two states that hold the highest numbers for underage cosmetic surgeries. According to the American Academy of Plastic Surgeons and CBS News, nearly 4,000 teenagers age 18 and younger underwent breast augmentation in 2003. That’s nearly 24 percent more than in 2002.
Obviously, these young girls are vying for attention. And what’s our society teaching them? That maybe if they finance for implants they’ll have a stiletto-in for Playboy’s reality show “The Girl Next Door”?
And for parents, whatever happened to the more traditional graduation gifts like a new laptop, car or maybe even rhinoplasty?
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