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pre-employment check up after cosmetic surgery

Postby shygirl » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 4:38 pm

I did breast surgery, from A cup to C cup. I change job and did pre-employment check. This surgery is recorded on my file. I worried a lot. Will HR people see it and spread it? Crying

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Fri, 28 Jul 2006 6:32 pm

Shygirl,

if you are shy why on earth did you opt for 2 full cup sizes. Sure to make you stand out! Cannot shy anymore. Even if change jobs, average cup size in Singapore only B. People sure to guess surgery even if HR doesn't talk. C cups look obviously fake on asian girls (usually, not always) as their bone structure and ribcage is usually small.

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Postby mayaray » Sat, 29 Jul 2006 10:25 pm

Well- the moral of the story is self confidence/acceptance.

If you have done it, so be it. if anyone asks you or talks behind your back- who cares? Do you expect people or friends to believe that you naturally sprouted a pair of above-median sized breasts? Heloo!

With the advent of gossip/tabloids speculatin which celeb has a boob job or not-the average person with reasonable observational skills can also deduce if one's boobs are natural or fake based on the 'bounce', the shape and outline and how it looks when a person is lying down.

It's like the silly questions on the surgery thread about increasing the height of one's noses and then worrying because they do not want colleagues/friends to know they have done it. Then the opposite cases of nose jobs not being high enough, i.e too natural. Tsk tsk. People are hard to please.

If you are shy or don't want to have to admit to doing plastic surgery-DONT do it. If you do-do not be ashamed to admit to it. Its not like you killed someone and hid the body.

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Postby jovinliu » Wed, 02 Aug 2006 6:28 pm

Wah, i love your reply. Straight to the point, but very very true. This is exactly how i feel too.

I've done my eyes, my nose, my jawline and I've never denied to anyone the fact that i underwent surgery. I mean, so what if i went through surgeries? I'm not born beautiful. So what if i went through surgeries? I am using MY money, not your's. So what if i went through surgeries? I dare, but do you?

If you are not born with a nice nose with a nice height, admit it. Go for surgery to correct it, then admit you underwent some kind of enhancement. People don't look better all of a sudden, we all know this.... even if you really try denying the fact, people will still know. We are not stupid you know.... :)



/Jovin

mayaray wrote:Well- the moral of the story is self confidence/acceptance.

If you have done it, so be it. if anyone asks you or talks behind your back- who cares? Do you expect people or friends to believe that you naturally sprouted a pair of above-median sized breasts? Heloo!

With the advent of gossip/tabloids speculatin which celeb has a boob job or not-the average person with reasonable observational skills can also deduce if one's boobs are natural or fake based on the 'bounce', the shape and outline and how it looks when a person is lying down.

It's like the silly questions on the surgery thread about increasing the height of one's noses and then worrying because they do not want colleagues/friends to know they have done it. Then the opposite cases of nose jobs not being high enough, i.e too natural. Tsk tsk. People are hard to please.

If you are shy or don't want to have to admit to doing plastic surgery-DONT do it. If you do-do not be ashamed to admit to it. Its not like you killed someone and hid the body.

Cheers
M
Hmmm... what should I do next? Cheekbone reduction maybe?

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Re: Cosmetic surgery

Postby Shiyun » Wed, 02 Aug 2006 8:14 pm

I wanted to go for boobs job, nose jobs, eye job, lips job, cheeks job, chin job, but i'm afraid,
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