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Old 11-15-2009, 06:37 PM   #11
 
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Dunno really, that's why I wanted to go to a professional who could spot aesthetic flaws/asymmetry.
Why does it sound to me (and I could be wrong) like you are deliberately looking for something wrong? You shouldn't be recruiting someone to point out your perceived flaws/faults. What do you feel is/are the problem(s) with your visage? That is what needs to be looked into further.


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Why does it sound to me (and I could be wrong) like you are deliberately looking for something wrong? You shouldn't be recruiting someone to point out your perceived flaws/faults. What do you feel is/are the problem(s) with your visage? That is what needs to be looked into further.
My big nose/ long mid-face/ "weak" chin. I wish I had a completely different facial makeup, even putting those perceived faults aside.

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Really sounds like you have body dysmorphic disorder.

You should probably speak to a mental health professional before a plastic surgeon.

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I completely agree with Robyne. And you definitely don't have a big nose. A long midface- whether you have that or not it's not something you can change. You didn't post a profile pick so I suppose you may have a weak chin as you claim but based on the pics you put up I don't think so at all. Do you want a Jay Leno chin? Do you think that's attractive?

I already said in your first thread what changes I think may even improve your already attractive appearance more and none of them involve any type of surgery Have you thought about trying those things out first? It looks like you can't be satisfied with the answer unless the answer involves plastic surgery.

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la_angel's final statement in the above post is a great summation.

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I completely agree with Robyne. And you definitely don't have a big nose. A long midface- whether you have that or not it's not something you can change. You didn't post a profile pick so I suppose you may have a weak chin as you claim but based on the pics you put up I don't think so at all. Do you want a Jay Leno chin? Do you think that's attractive?

I already said in your first thread what changes I think may even improve your already attractive appearance more and none of them involve any type of surgery Have you thought about trying those things out first? It looks like you can't be satisfied with the answer unless the answer involves plastic surgery.
I forgot the suggestions made in the other thread, I will have to take a look at it again. As for posting a profile pic, well, I would only do that through PM as I am not comfortable posting pics that are publicly viewable.

I just think that my appearance can be drastically improved through PS, what sucks is my long midface isn't fixable, don't know about the other flaws I pointed out.

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Send me a profile pic through PM. I am interested to see.

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I might do that, although my "profile" isn't my primary concern, although it does concern me to an extent. Anyway, I'm probably going to scour(sp?) the internet for reputable PSs, and see what I can find. I don't want one that just points out "flaws" that just happen to be fixable by his specialties.

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Where are you located? I might be able to help you find a reputable surgeron.

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So, how do you determine if real-life un-professional comments are true? I was saying someone had a better irish accent than me, and someone commented "what, he is more leprechaun-ish than you? Seemed strange, I don't even know what to take from that. I'm not short by any means.

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