Seriously any woman who prides herself in having received a compliment on her lovely armpits some 30odd years ago from ...Jack Nickolson, and considers injecting fillers in her shooshoo IMO is not exactly a good example for how to proceed in life.
I just read the article and is she vain or what? Was a pretty girl so the poor dear has more problems aging than do the rest of us who aren't? I guess that could be true, so I have found one advantage to being ugly. However, the armpit comment just blew me away
Seriously, this ranks right up there with the new commercials about the poor little armpits being ignored which are 'you've got to be kidding' in my mind. However, what struck me in your comment was that bolded part. You really said something impressive there, focusing on looks and her whoo hoo for the love of God? No, that's not an example of any kind at all, that just reinforces the idea that women can't age (and I keep going back to the whoo hoo, who's going to be looking/) naturally, their looks are everything. The money spent is obscene, I guess if you have the $$$ it's your business as to what to do with it, but how about donating to a food bank or something. Oops, I forgot
That's the way we ugly ones think. This woman hasn't any time to focus on anything but her shots and procedures and recovering from the pain. That's not a productive life imo. Not at all. And I just watched a video about plastic surgery, it had to do with a couple of politicians who are very very intent on giving the appearance of youth. There were pictures of them, full makeup and facelifts and what not, and then real pictures. The Dr. speaking about plastic surgery said that these procedures don't last and when they go the people are worse off than before. Once their expiration date has been reached the fall is not pretty. At all. There also remains the very real fact that people aren't stupid enough to not be able to count, and however 'young' these people delude themselves into thinking they look it speaks of their true priorities in life and helping other people isn't usually one of them, nor does it enhance their chances of connecting with 'real' people. JMO