Reading with Scissors

February 26, 2009

Cosmetic surgery = inner beauty, outer weirdness

There are those certain women who exude confidence and beauty. The ones who walk into a room and all eyes are drawn to. Like a train wreck. Like, say, Joan Rivers.  Or Donatella Versace. (And it’s not just for women!) They love the skin they’re in. Even if it’s not, precisely speaking, their skin.

So skip the therapy, don’t examine the underlying values. Get a nip, tuck, or a boob job, and get some new skin to be in. Then get a big, wide, weird belt, cinch it up and you’re golden. And don’t forget preventive maintenance.



  1. Does she need someone to stand behind her and tie that thing, like Scarlett in Gone with the Wind?
    Maybe it’s a diet tool; it will only let you squeeze in one lima bean at each meal.

    Comment by nancy — February 28, 2009 @ 2:47 pm

  2. informative for me, like that

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    Comment by niccisweden — August 18, 2009 @ 8:39 am

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