Sis, and I truly, sincerely mean this: IT'S NOT THAT SERIOUS. Stop projecting lmao.yoyoyo1 wrote:It's just odd to me because you're permanently altering a functional part of your body. If it's not broken, why fix it? It's not odd for rich people to spend their money. But getting a nose job is in no way similar to getting a purse. A nose job carries serious risks (scarring, bleeding, blocked nose for weeks, having to clean your nose, going under, etc. it all just sounds too scary.Melroselove wrote: ↑Thu Dec 05, 2019 2:14 pmHow is that odd? Have you never heard of cosmetic surgery? I would totally get a nose job if I had the money. I feel like that’s like saying “it’s so messed up that Jeffree Star bought a $40,000 purse because not everyone can do that”yoyoyo1 wrote:Maybe messed up is the wrong term, but it's still odd that someone who has no medical issues or breathing problems gets a serious unnecessary surgery like that.
Do we think about how pretty our kidneys look? It's fine if she does it for her own confidence I guess, but a nose job just screams privilege. The average person, especially on the east coast (New York, MA, Connecticut, etc.) just does not get a nose job. What if Aspyn's surgery had been botched and she ended up with breathing problems, nerve damage, or scarring? She's very fortunate that she could afford to go to the best doctor in Utah (probably), and he was probably more careful on her in all honesty since she is known about by many people. So many people make forums about how nose jobs destroyed their life or breathing, but it somehow always works out if you're pretty or famous
That logic doesn’t make sense to me.
Also people on the East coast are probably getting nose jobs more than any other place in the US besides California.
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If you're wondering the honest truth why I'm salty, I don't have a friend with breathing problems. I'm actually the one that's had breathing problems through my nose for years after a couple breaks, but have avoided surgery because the idea of permanently changing my face/identity freaks me out. And despite what they tell you, even if you get a septoplasty which is not supposed to change the shape of your nose, it still WILL change slightly or get wider, it's just the nature of cutting open an organ and sewing it back together.
I would do ANYTHING to not have to get a nose job, but my breathing problems have been absolutely killing me, my exercise, my energy...imagine having a clothespin on your nose 24/7, and constantly sniffing/snorting to try to breathe that's what it's like having a collapsed/broken nose.
So all I'm saying is that while of course she has every right to spend her money on a nose job and it's her decision (and it's cool that she opened up about it IMO), it's extremely frustrating to be sitting here struggling to breathe meanwhile perfectly healthy people like Aspyn will risk getting their face sliced open unnecessarily due to sheer vanity. Does that make sense? She didn't do anything wrong with having one, but I hope you can appreciate that it's a tad aggravating knowing that some people are almost forced to get surgery due to their health issues, meanwhile for others it's a cosmetic choice.
I don't know how Aspyn was so casual about getting one, again it's her right, but despite my nasty breathing problems, I've put off one for years and am still trying to avoid it out of fear. Who wants to let someone slice open the most prominent feature on their face? And again, there's always risks.
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