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BigSis
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Postby BigSis » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 7:57 pm

My friend had a boob job and she'd talk to other women about it all the time, even show them if they were thinking about having it done too and recommend the surgeon - the surgeons probably want their patients to do this, free advertising for them, what could be better?

I'm a woman and if someone I knew had a boob job, I'd still probably say 'nice rack' when I next saw them LOL ............you don't pay all that cash for nobody to notice. :wink:

Hate to say it but could your wife be a tad envious?

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Postby JR8 » Thu, 10 Nov 2011 8:51 pm

BigSis wrote: ............you don't pay all that cash for nobody to notice. :wink:

Well that was my thinking too :)


Hate to say it but could your wife be a tad envious?

Ummm... I don't think so, as it is really not the kind of thing she would do. If she had jealousy because of that fact, well I won't profess to be able to understand a woman's mind that deeply! Previous dealings with the implantee suggest she is treated as a kid-cousin stumbling through her early 20's and she is to be supported (pneumatic rack n all) before anything else.

Perhaps you could ask Asiangeekette the same question. Why the Big Secret, when there is no secret?




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