Agree, very very much. Brain is your's, decision is your's, you mean you blame the sales girl for buying a pair of shoes you don't like or don't fit?
It's damn easy to point finger at others, blame others for your own mishap. But have you really sit down and think about what's your involvement in this? Didn't you make the appointment YOURSELF? Didn't you went to the surgery WILLINGLY? Didn't you sign on the Letter of Consent with your OWN hand? Who the hell forced you in all these stages? What do you want to blame someone else on? For his/her recommendation? The other way round, if the surgery came out fantastic marvellous and you look damn good, do you actually feel gratitude towards the person who gave you his recommendation? Do you buy him/her lunch to express your gratitude? Will you tell the whole world that due to that person's recommendation, you look wonderful. Will you, honestly?
It happened so frequently in this forum. Someone new came in, introduced him/herself, ask for advices, try to dig before and after pictures and other relevant information which he/she needs, after surgery he/she just MIA. You think we, who have been in here for the longest time, don't feel upset and used? What do you guys treat us as? Free online support and Q&A?
It appears to me all these "slaughtering" at Tanjhj is because he always give "professional" advices which seems to be copied from some websites, get people to send their photos to him for "assessment" and "recommendation". This should be refrained, definitely. But you have to be objective in your judgement too, to be fair to everyone. If not, you are just making a fool of yourself.
For those who are prejudice against Tanjhj, if you really want to seek fairness, list down all the points on WHY you are turning against him, what did he do and in what way he caused you harm and inconvenience. If you are just joining in the fun, please, there are other better things to do, if you haven't realized.
I believe you are referring to me when you mentioned the person who said "overreacted".
All procedures, whether big scale or not, have certain risks as Murphy's Law stated "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong". There is no 100% guarantee that all procedures will turn out fine. I felt sorry for the gal too but end of the day, itz a procedure that went the other way.
As I mentioned before, advises are to be taken as a reference and guidelines inline with what we have in mind on our perceived image on the end results. I am sure everyone makes decisions with references and advises from others. Dun we???? Even buying a simple dress or buying a new car, we all seek for some advise and opinion from another party.
I am not trying to say anyone deserves to be put down for any cause but I am only trying to tell the person whose fren's procedure went wrong to stop whining abt other ppl giving advises cuz end of the day. The receiver is the one who decides whether to take the advise and he or she is RESPONSIBLE for his/her own decision.
I believe in Karma too but I dun think I have any wrong here in telling the person whose fren's procedure went wrong that ppl should stop listening to advises and opinions.
I rest my case here and hope that I have made my point clear.
Hmmm... what should I do next? Cheekbone reduction maybe?