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robyne00 11-06-2009 07:42 AM

Mexico's "Cat Lady"
 
A bad combination of MJ plastic surgery meets Jocelyn Wildenstein. :shocked:

I'm warning you, this is not for the faint of heart.

» Mexico’s Cat Lady - Awful Plastic Surgery, trout pout, ugly breast implants

la_angel 11-06-2009 05:53 PM

These are scary but not nearly as bad as our American version :)

What is that big mole thing on her forehead? Is that real?

la_angel 11-06-2009 05:55 PM

Oh yeah and is it weird that I actually think the tip of her nose has some positive traits to it?

(This is how you know I have body dismorphic disorder: when I love fake pointy nose tips because the end of mine is a blob ;))

robyne00 11-07-2009 02:49 PM

Speaking of people looking like cats, click the links below to see a man who has had so much plastic surgery ... to turn himself into a cat! Very extreme!

The Seattle Times: Local News: Catman's transformation raises concerns over extreme surgery

Stalking Cat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

la_angel 11-08-2009 11:22 PM

That guy is unbelievable! Who is this surgeon that did this? Really whoever is doing that one someone should have their medical license revoked. This guy is not mentally fit to be making these decisions to mutilate his face!

DUFF 11-09-2009 02:21 AM

Man is scary but it is his right to do what he wants to himself. That's the beauty of this country is that we are allowed to do whatever we want even if everyone hates it. I support his choices for that.

robyne00 11-09-2009 02:27 PM

I agree that it is great that people can do what they want to their bodies, however, one important fact must be pointed out: "Stalking Cat" did NOT go to a certified plastic surgeon. He went to a man that does body modification. Here is a link to the "artist's" website: Steve's Mod Blog | Steve Haworth

If you have a weak stomach or just ate be careful. This site has some pretty graphic examples of body modification.

"Stalking Cat" claims he wants to resemble a feline, as he feels it reflects his heritage as well as his true inner self. I can respect this, however, if he did go to a reputable plastic surgeon, they might have been able to and/or may have been willing to perform some of the surgeries he received. Most surgeons would declare that the modifications he desired are definitely not their specialty, nor within their realm of practice. Some less legit docs might have attempted to assist him on "his journey", but he might not have been satisfied with the outcome, as he subjected himself to very nontraditional surgeries.

Professionally speaking, this man should have had some sort of psychological evaluation (or several in between the modifications) to assess his mental status. As he went to a man who does extreme body modification, his mental health was unfortunately not assessed. It's not the man went out and got a tattoo or a piercing. Very troubling in my opinion.

hundred_dolla_bill 11-09-2009 11:57 PM

There is something terribly wrong with our society that we have them doing this. Like what does that say if we have all these ppl running around getting nose jobs and fake lips? Doesn't anyone have happiness without the cosmetic surgery?

p.s. please reply to my message about Obama because I am writing an article about his surgery.

robyne00 11-10-2009 10:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hundred_dolla_bill (Post 2948)
There is something terribly wrong with our society that we have them doing this. Like what does that say if we have all these ppl running around getting nose jobs and fake lips? Doesn't anyone have happiness without the cosmetic surgery?

p.s. please reply to my message about Obama because I am writing an article about his surgery.

This man is an example of severe body modification. When the celebs have repeat surgeries, that's usually where the nightmare begins. Sometimes people do require corrective surgeries after they have had a surgery that went wrong and/or require (or desire) additional work. Plastic surgery CAN make people feel better about themselves, but it is not the answer to everything. People need to realize this. Just because one individual has a successful experience (and that is relative from person to person), it does not mean it will result that way for everyone. The scary thing is when it becomes an addiction, the person's visage is destroyed, and they THINK they look good. At least THEY think they do ...


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