All I Wanted Was Some Soap, Part II

If you haven't had a chance to read Part I of this post, you can click here to do so. When we left off yesterday I was sitting in the examination room of a cosmetic dermatologist named Dr. Beautiful.  Dr. Beautiful had asked me what I disliked most about my own face. When I hesitated prior to giving an answer, Dr. Beautiful informed me she had some ideas as to what I need.  And so begins Part II of this story ….

"You have some little lines near your lips," Dr. Beautiful said.

I looked in the mirror.  "Those are scars from the biopsies I needed after my melanoma," I explained.

"Well, they're very small but, luckily, there's something we can do about them," she smiled.

Hmmm … they're very, very, small.  Why do anything about them?  Are they even noticeable?  If I didn't have a magnifying mirror in front of me, would I see them?  (I do have a larger melanoma scar, but there's no hiding that one!)

Dr. Beautiful reached over and startled me by squeezing my upper eyelid.  I nearly jumped out of my chair.  "There's starting to be a little sag to your upper eyelid," she declared. She stretched my eyelid again and then let go.  I think she stretched it into sagging.  Is that possible?  I looked at my eyelids.  My eyelids which I had not been the least bit concerned about two minutes prior didn't look too bad, or did they?

"My eyelids are saggy?" I asked.

"Well, they're going to be.  I can see where they aren't as firm as a twenty year olds."

Dear Gawd, am I supposed to be comparing my eyelids to a twenty year old woman's?  I have never noticed my eyelids.  I didn't notice them when I was 20 and I haven't noticed them in my forties.  In fact, I've never noticed anyone's eyelids before.

I scrutinized my eyelids in the magnifying mirror.

"I can fix your eyelids," Dr. Beautiful announced with a smile.

"What would you do to my eyelids?" I asked concerned.

"Oh, it's no big deal.  I'm used to cutting skin.  I'd just snip them and tighten them right up.  I did it to my own mother," she stated.

"You cut your own mother's eyelids off?" I asked incredulously.

"I've done just about everything to my mother," Dr. Beautiful said.  "She loves it!"

Silence.

I was trying to comprehend the idea of Dr. Beautiful's mother having her own daughter cut her eyelids off.

Before I had a chance to mentally digest this news, Dr. Beautiful began pointing to all the areas on my face where she could inject either botox or a "filler."

My mind raced to keep up with her.  Lip lines, sagging eyelids, filler injected into wrinkles, botox to "lift" certain areas of my face – I was having trouble remembering it all.

"You're not a plastic surgeon?" I asked.

"No, I'm a dermatologist but I took one additional year of courses in cosmetic surgery," she informed me proudly.

In my mind I was trying to decide how qualified this made her to cut her own mother's eyelids off.

"We also have to fix your neck," she suddenly confided.

"My neck?" I queried.

My hands, involuntarily, went to my neck.

"I'll lipo it, it will only cost $3,000," she said.  "Everyone has their neck lipo-sculpted these days," she informed me.

"They do?" I questioned.

Thoughts rushed thorough my head as my hands hovered protectively on my neck. I have noticed a lot of women with very tight, firm, necks in the OC.  I figured they were all getting neck lifts or something.  I'd never heard of "lipo-sculpting" a neck. 

"It's no big deal," Dr. Beautiful assured me.  "Everyone does it!  I make five little tiny incisions and then you have a new neck."

Five little tiny incisions (and three thousand dollars) and I can have a new neck.

"Why not just have a face lift instead of all these other procedures?" I asked.

"You don't need a facelift," stated Dr. Beautiful.  "You're not even close yet.  And besides, these smaller procedures can help you postpone a facelift another ten years beyond someone who doesn't do them."

My mind considered the fact that Dr. Beautiful does not perform face lifts and therefore makes no money off of them.  She is, however, making a fortune doing all these "smaller procedures" on all the OC women.

"We can make an appointment for you and do everything at once," she enthusiastically offerred.  "I can even take care of your hands at the same time."

"My hands?"

I was afraid to even ask.

"Yes!  I can take some fat from somewhere else on your body.  Maybe your bottom?  And I'll just inject it right into your hands.  You wouldn't believe what it does!  Your hands will look ten years younger.  It's fantastic!"

I was a hand model in my early twenties.  It helped pay the bills.  I have pretty hands. They are no longer twenty year old hands, but they're still fairly decent hands.

Did she say she could take some fat from my butt?  Now there's an idea worth thinking about!  Can't she just take it from my butt and throw it away?  Maybe flush it?  Or put it down the garbage disposal?  Why give it to my hands?  

"I really appreciate your time," I said apologetically.  "But you know I just came in to buy some soap."

Dr. Beautiful looked deflated.  "Well, think about what I said," she urged as I grabbed my purse and prepared to leave.

I walked out to the waiting area.

"Isn't she fantastic?" asked the receptionist.

"She's remarkable," I answered truthfully.

And that's when the receptionist started prattling on about all the procedures Dr. Beautiful has had done to herself.  

In yesterday's post, All I Wanted Was Some Soap, Part I, I described Dr. Beautiful as follows:

She has long, flowing, blonde hair.  Her eyelashes are out to here.  Of course, she has perfect skin. Her teeth were startling white.  She has high, enviable, cheekbones.  Her lips are full and pouty.  She's tall, lean, and has big perky boobs.  Honestly, Dr. Beautiful must turn heads everywhere she goes. 

Here's the list of cosmetic procedures Dr. Beautiful admits to having:  

Hair extensions to create the blonde flowing hair, eyelash extensions to create the long noticeable eyelashes, botox in several areas of her face, restylane (a filler for wrinkles), collagen in her lips to make them plump, fake cheek bones (I don't know what the correct terminology is for those), facial "sculpting" to contour her face into a more striking appearance, fake boobs, porcelain veneers on her teeth, and a fake tan.

Most likely there's been a tummy tuck and liposuction too, but she's not going public on those.

I got in my car and went on about my day.  I admit, however, later that night as I prepared for bed I found myself staring at my eyelids in the mirror.  I wonder if they really are beginning to sag?

© Twenty Four At Heart

90 Responses to “All I Wanted Was Some Soap, Part II”

  1. simply anonymom

    WOW I can not believe all that she was trying to shove onto you. I highly doubt anything she found flawed in you was real. ANd when you described what she had done, I could not imagine getting so much done that more of me was fake than real, KWIM?

  2. simply anonymom

    WOW I can not believe all that she was trying to shove onto you. I highly doubt anything she found flawed in you was real. ANd when you described what she had done, I could not imagine getting so much done that more of me was fake than real, KWIM?

  3. simply anonymom

    WOW I can not believe all that she was trying to shove onto you. I highly doubt anything she found flawed in you was real. ANd when you described what she had done, I could not imagine getting so much done that more of me was fake than real, KWIM?

  4. Jan

    Oh, man – after that, the only plastic surgery I’d have needed is to sew my lips shut so I wouldn’t say something like:
    “Look, honey – I’m not as insecure as YOU are, and have NO PROBLEM looking – to say nothing of ACTING – my age. Go find some poor, shallow sap with no personality who NEEDS this shit to feel like a real human being.”
    I wonder if people that have had their eyelids clipped and with eyelash extensions (EYELASH EXTENSIONS?!?!) get red, puffy eyes when you make them cry.

  5. Jan

    Oh, man – after that, the only plastic surgery I’d have needed is to sew my lips shut so I wouldn’t say something like:
    “Look, honey – I’m not as insecure as YOU are, and have NO PROBLEM looking – to say nothing of ACTING – my age. Go find some poor, shallow sap with no personality who NEEDS this shit to feel like a real human being.”
    I wonder if people that have had their eyelids clipped and with eyelash extensions (EYELASH EXTENSIONS?!?!) get red, puffy eyes when you make them cry.

  6. Jan

    Oh, man – after that, the only plastic surgery I’d have needed is to sew my lips shut so I wouldn’t say something like:
    “Look, honey – I’m not as insecure as YOU are, and have NO PROBLEM looking – to say nothing of ACTING – my age. Go find some poor, shallow sap with no personality who NEEDS this shit to feel like a real human being.”
    I wonder if people that have had their eyelids clipped and with eyelash extensions (EYELASH EXTENSIONS?!?!) get red, puffy eyes when you make them cry.

  7. Life with Kaishon

    Phew! I am so glad she wasn’t a man : ).
    It sounds like it would take a lot of work to look like her. I hope her inside is as beautiful as her outside! Because after all, isn’t that what really matters most?
    eyelids schmylids…

  8. Life with Kaishon

    Phew! I am so glad she wasn’t a man : ).
    It sounds like it would take a lot of work to look like her. I hope her inside is as beautiful as her outside! Because after all, isn’t that what really matters most?
    eyelids schmylids…

  9. Life with Kaishon

    Phew! I am so glad she wasn’t a man : ).
    It sounds like it would take a lot of work to look like her. I hope her inside is as beautiful as her outside! Because after all, isn’t that what really matters most?
    eyelids schmylids…

  10. Hallie

    I’d tell her to attach a pair of lips to your ass, so she can kiss it!!
    Hallie

  11. Hallie

    I’d tell her to attach a pair of lips to your ass, so she can kiss it!!
    Hallie

  12. Hallie

    I’d tell her to attach a pair of lips to your ass, so she can kiss it!!
    Hallie

  13. Megatonlove

    Hahahahaha, I laughed SO hard my dog thought I was having a seizure.
    There’s one thing you forgot to mention about Dr. Beautiful, although she might not admit to having it: silicone for brains.
    Come live in Europe where they think lines give a woman’s face character and women get sexier as they grow older.

  14. Megatonlove

    Hahahahaha, I laughed SO hard my dog thought I was having a seizure.
    There’s one thing you forgot to mention about Dr. Beautiful, although she might not admit to having it: silicone for brains.
    Come live in Europe where they think lines give a woman’s face character and women get sexier as they grow older.

  15. Megatonlove

    Hahahahaha, I laughed SO hard my dog thought I was having a seizure.
    There’s one thing you forgot to mention about Dr. Beautiful, although she might not admit to having it: silicone for brains.
    Come live in Europe where they think lines give a woman’s face character and women get sexier as they grow older.

  16. Lori

    Wow! I am blown away by this woman. I’m glad that you didn’t fall for her suggestions. I wonder if she pressures her family and friends with these things so that they can look perfect like her? It’s not even real. Now I’m off to look at my eye lids…good lord.

  17. Lori

    Wow! I am blown away by this woman. I’m glad that you didn’t fall for her suggestions. I wonder if she pressures her family and friends with these things so that they can look perfect like her? It’s not even real. Now I’m off to look at my eye lids…good lord.

  18. Lori

    Wow! I am blown away by this woman. I’m glad that you didn’t fall for her suggestions. I wonder if she pressures her family and friends with these things so that they can look perfect like her? It’s not even real. Now I’m off to look at my eye lids…good lord.

  19. Sarah

    LOL God damn doctors! I hope she never goes anywhere a junior high school and start pointing out the flaws of all the other self concious girls…except they are probably getting botox by the time they are in 7th grade now? : )

  20. Sarah

    LOL God damn doctors! I hope she never goes anywhere a junior high school and start pointing out the flaws of all the other self concious girls…except they are probably getting botox by the time they are in 7th grade now? : )

  21. Sarah

    LOL God damn doctors! I hope she never goes anywhere a junior high school and start pointing out the flaws of all the other self concious girls…except they are probably getting botox by the time they are in 7th grade now? : )

  22. Linda

    Good Gawd! Are you kidding me? One whole extra year qualifies her to perform these procedures? That woman is just scary. I fell sorry for all the insucure OC ladies who fall for that crap.

  23. Linda

    Good Gawd! Are you kidding me? One whole extra year qualifies her to perform these procedures? That woman is just scary. I fell sorry for all the insucure OC ladies who fall for that crap.

  24. Linda

    Good Gawd! Are you kidding me? One whole extra year qualifies her to perform these procedures? That woman is just scary. I fell sorry for all the insucure OC ladies who fall for that crap.

  25. ballerinatoes

    You know what? I kind of prefer how I look now, at 42, as compared to how I looked in my twenties. Lines across my forehead and all.

  26. ballerinatoes

    You know what? I kind of prefer how I look now, at 42, as compared to how I looked in my twenties. Lines across my forehead and all.

  27. ballerinatoes

    You know what? I kind of prefer how I look now, at 42, as compared to how I looked in my twenties. Lines across my forehead and all.

  28. Christine

    An extra year in cosmetic procedures? At that I would have immediately shot out of the chair and run far, far away. I feel for her poor guinea pig of a mother.

  29. Christine

    An extra year in cosmetic procedures? At that I would have immediately shot out of the chair and run far, far away. I feel for her poor guinea pig of a mother.

  30. Christine

    An extra year in cosmetic procedures? At that I would have immediately shot out of the chair and run far, far away. I feel for her poor guinea pig of a mother.

  31. Karin

    Got this in my e-mail – found it wildly appropriate – not to mention hysterical!
    Problem: IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
    You’ve heard about people who have been abducted and had their kidneys
    removed by black-market organ thieves.
    My thighs were stolen during the night a few years ago. I went to sleep
    and woke up with someone else’s thighs. It was just that quick. The
    replacements had the texture of cooked oatmeal. Whose thighs were these,
    and what happened to mine? I spent the entire summer looking for my
    thighs. Finally, hurt and angry, I resigned myself to living out my life
    in jeans. And then the thieves struck again.
    My butt was next. I knew it was the same gang, because they took pains
    to match my new rear-end to the thighs they had stuck me with earlier.
    But my new butt was attached at least three inches lower than my
    original! I realized I’d have to give up my jeans in favor of long
    skirts.
    Two years ago I realized my arms had been switched. One morning I was
    fixing my hair and was horrified to see the flesh of my upper arm swing
    to and fro with the motion of the hairbrush. This was really getting
    scary – my body was being replaced one section at a time. What could
    they do to me next?
    When my poor neck suddenly disappeared and was replaced with a turkey
    neck, I decided to tell my story. Women of the world, wake up and smell
    the coffee! Those ‘plastic’ surgeons are using REAL replacement body
    parts -stolen from you and me! The next time someone you know has
    something ‘lifted’, look again – was it lifted from you?
    THIS IS NOT A HOAX.
    This is happening to women everywhere – every night.
    WARN YOUR FRIENDS!
    P.S. Last year I thought someone had stolen my boobs. I was lying on my
    back and they were gone! But when I jumped up, I was relieved to see
    that they had just been hiding in my armpits. Now I keep them hidden in
    my waistband.

  32. Karin

    Got this in my e-mail – found it wildly appropriate – not to mention hysterical!
    Problem: IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
    You’ve heard about people who have been abducted and had their kidneys
    removed by black-market organ thieves.
    My thighs were stolen during the night a few years ago. I went to sleep
    and woke up with someone else’s thighs. It was just that quick. The
    replacements had the texture of cooked oatmeal. Whose thighs were these,
    and what happened to mine? I spent the entire summer looking for my
    thighs. Finally, hurt and angry, I resigned myself to living out my life
    in jeans. And then the thieves struck again.
    My butt was next. I knew it was the same gang, because they took pains
    to match my new rear-end to the thighs they had stuck me with earlier.
    But my new butt was attached at least three inches lower than my
    original! I realized I’d have to give up my jeans in favor of long
    skirts.
    Two years ago I realized my arms had been switched. One morning I was
    fixing my hair and was horrified to see the flesh of my upper arm swing
    to and fro with the motion of the hairbrush. This was really getting
    scary – my body was being replaced one section at a time. What could
    they do to me next?
    When my poor neck suddenly disappeared and was replaced with a turkey
    neck, I decided to tell my story. Women of the world, wake up and smell
    the coffee! Those ‘plastic’ surgeons are using REAL replacement body
    parts -stolen from you and me! The next time someone you know has
    something ‘lifted’, look again – was it lifted from you?
    THIS IS NOT A HOAX.
    This is happening to women everywhere – every night.
    WARN YOUR FRIENDS!
    P.S. Last year I thought someone had stolen my boobs. I was lying on my
    back and they were gone! But when I jumped up, I was relieved to see
    that they had just been hiding in my armpits. Now I keep them hidden in
    my waistband.

  33. Karin

    Got this in my e-mail – found it wildly appropriate – not to mention hysterical!
    Problem: IMPORTANT MESSAGE:
    You’ve heard about people who have been abducted and had their kidneys
    removed by black-market organ thieves.
    My thighs were stolen during the night a few years ago. I went to sleep
    and woke up with someone else’s thighs. It was just that quick. The
    replacements had the texture of cooked oatmeal. Whose thighs were these,
    and what happened to mine? I spent the entire summer looking for my
    thighs. Finally, hurt and angry, I resigned myself to living out my life
    in jeans. And then the thieves struck again.
    My butt was next. I knew it was the same gang, because they took pains
    to match my new rear-end to the thighs they had stuck me with earlier.
    But my new butt was attached at least three inches lower than my
    original! I realized I’d have to give up my jeans in favor of long
    skirts.
    Two years ago I realized my arms had been switched. One morning I was
    fixing my hair and was horrified to see the flesh of my upper arm swing
    to and fro with the motion of the hairbrush. This was really getting
    scary – my body was being replaced one section at a time. What could
    they do to me next?
    When my poor neck suddenly disappeared and was replaced with a turkey
    neck, I decided to tell my story. Women of the world, wake up and smell
    the coffee! Those ‘plastic’ surgeons are using REAL replacement body
    parts -stolen from you and me! The next time someone you know has
    something ‘lifted’, look again – was it lifted from you?
    THIS IS NOT A HOAX.
    This is happening to women everywhere – every night.
    WARN YOUR FRIENDS!
    P.S. Last year I thought someone had stolen my boobs. I was lying on my
    back and they were gone! But when I jumped up, I was relieved to see
    that they had just been hiding in my armpits. Now I keep them hidden in
    my waistband.

  34. Kristan

    LOL to Jan!!
    Yeah, somehow I wouldn’t be so concerned about eyelids either. The whole idea of all those procedures sounds ridiculous to me. I’d think those OC women were a lot more beautiful if they donated that $3k (and whatever else) to charity instead. That’s the kind of beauty that lasts.

  35. Kristan

    LOL to Jan!!
    Yeah, somehow I wouldn’t be so concerned about eyelids either. The whole idea of all those procedures sounds ridiculous to me. I’d think those OC women were a lot more beautiful if they donated that $3k (and whatever else) to charity instead. That’s the kind of beauty that lasts.

  36. Kristan

    LOL to Jan!!
    Yeah, somehow I wouldn’t be so concerned about eyelids either. The whole idea of all those procedures sounds ridiculous to me. I’d think those OC women were a lot more beautiful if they donated that $3k (and whatever else) to charity instead. That’s the kind of beauty that lasts.

  37. gina

    this woman should have her liscense taken away, good doctors do not need to “sell” themselves, i don’t no how you didn’t laugh/yell at her!

  38. gina

    this woman should have her liscense taken away, good doctors do not need to “sell” themselves, i don’t no how you didn’t laugh/yell at her!

  39. gina

    this woman should have her liscense taken away, good doctors do not need to “sell” themselves, i don’t no how you didn’t laugh/yell at her!

  40. Liz C

    I can tell you exactly the day my eyelids *fell*. I was 35 years old. I was upset for about a week then forgot about it. It was a long time ago.
    Please don’t let the OC culture make you feel like you have to do any of this stuff! Instead, you can use the 3K to do a monster cross-country road trip and come hang out with all of us.
    🙂

  41. Liz C

    I can tell you exactly the day my eyelids *fell*. I was 35 years old. I was upset for about a week then forgot about it. It was a long time ago.
    Please don’t let the OC culture make you feel like you have to do any of this stuff! Instead, you can use the 3K to do a monster cross-country road trip and come hang out with all of us.
    🙂

  42. Liz C

    I can tell you exactly the day my eyelids *fell*. I was 35 years old. I was upset for about a week then forgot about it. It was a long time ago.
    Please don’t let the OC culture make you feel like you have to do any of this stuff! Instead, you can use the 3K to do a monster cross-country road trip and come hang out with all of us.
    🙂

  43. Pseudo

    If we could get Americans to stop buying magazines and seeing movies with only fake pretties, then maybe we could stop the train wreck of plastic (fake) beauty.

  44. Pseudo

    If we could get Americans to stop buying magazines and seeing movies with only fake pretties, then maybe we could stop the train wreck of plastic (fake) beauty.

  45. Pseudo

    If we could get Americans to stop buying magazines and seeing movies with only fake pretties, then maybe we could stop the train wreck of plastic (fake) beauty.

  46. Helena

    Ooohhh, it’s very easy to be beautiful when it’s all fake.
    Funny that she told you that you don’t need a facelift (since she doesn’t do facelifts). Interesting!

  47. Helena

    Ooohhh, it’s very easy to be beautiful when it’s all fake.
    Funny that she told you that you don’t need a facelift (since she doesn’t do facelifts). Interesting!

  48. Helena

    Ooohhh, it’s very easy to be beautiful when it’s all fake.
    Funny that she told you that you don’t need a facelift (since she doesn’t do facelifts). Interesting!

  49. mama llama

    What part of her is real, anyway? In my most humble opinion, it is very hard for me to establish credibility with one who is so fake on the outside…
    Or is our appearance no longer a reflection of who we are? Or maybe I’m totally missing the point. Then they want to change the rest of the world so as to enhance their own credibility–and ease their own inadequacies.
    Glad to see you walked out. Not that I would have ever doubted you.
    Be well, 24. What a story.

  50. mama llama

    What part of her is real, anyway? In my most humble opinion, it is very hard for me to establish credibility with one who is so fake on the outside…
    Or is our appearance no longer a reflection of who we are? Or maybe I’m totally missing the point. Then they want to change the rest of the world so as to enhance their own credibility–and ease their own inadequacies.
    Glad to see you walked out. Not that I would have ever doubted you.
    Be well, 24. What a story.

  51. mama llama

    What part of her is real, anyway? In my most humble opinion, it is very hard for me to establish credibility with one who is so fake on the outside…
    Or is our appearance no longer a reflection of who we are? Or maybe I’m totally missing the point. Then they want to change the rest of the world so as to enhance their own credibility–and ease their own inadequacies.
    Glad to see you walked out. Not that I would have ever doubted you.
    Be well, 24. What a story.

  52. sometimessophia

    Hallie’s got the right response. Steer clear of this one. Nasty and unprofessional sums up this doctor. Eyelids sag… everything sags. Accept age gracefully.
    Now I think I’ll go tuck my boobs into my waistband for safekeeping.

  53. sometimessophia

    Hallie’s got the right response. Steer clear of this one. Nasty and unprofessional sums up this doctor. Eyelids sag… everything sags. Accept age gracefully.
    Now I think I’ll go tuck my boobs into my waistband for safekeeping.

  54. sometimessophia

    Hallie’s got the right response. Steer clear of this one. Nasty and unprofessional sums up this doctor. Eyelids sag… everything sags. Accept age gracefully.
    Now I think I’ll go tuck my boobs into my waistband for safekeeping.

  55. Kelly

    OMG! This sounds so orange county. Well, maybe LA and NY too. If you had let her do all that stuff she probably would have come up with a list of 10 more things to do. I’m DISGUSTED!

  56. Kelly

    OMG! This sounds so orange county. Well, maybe LA and NY too. If you had let her do all that stuff she probably would have come up with a list of 10 more things to do. I’m DISGUSTED!

  57. Kelly

    OMG! This sounds so orange county. Well, maybe LA and NY too. If you had let her do all that stuff she probably would have come up with a list of 10 more things to do. I’m DISGUSTED!

  58. Debi

    I would never, ever, ever let a dermatologist perform eyelid surgery on me. Or neck “sculpting”. If I ever want anything done you can be damn sure it will be a board certified plastic surgeon doing it! Egads!

  59. Debi

    I would never, ever, ever let a dermatologist perform eyelid surgery on me. Or neck “sculpting”. If I ever want anything done you can be damn sure it will be a board certified plastic surgeon doing it! Egads!

  60. Debi

    I would never, ever, ever let a dermatologist perform eyelid surgery on me. Or neck “sculpting”. If I ever want anything done you can be damn sure it will be a board certified plastic surgeon doing it! Egads!

  61. Darryle

    Wow. All I can say is how lucky I feel that I no longer live in southern California…

  62. Darryle

    Wow. All I can say is how lucky I feel that I no longer live in southern California…

  63. Darryle

    Wow. All I can say is how lucky I feel that I no longer live in southern California…

  64. nuckingfutsmama

    I am cracking up! For some reason, I’m picturing the “Octomom” as I’m reading your description of Dr. Beautiful, only with darker hair & 16 children…..

  65. nuckingfutsmama

    I am cracking up! For some reason, I’m picturing the “Octomom” as I’m reading your description of Dr. Beautiful, only with darker hair & 16 children…..

  66. nuckingfutsmama

    I am cracking up! For some reason, I’m picturing the “Octomom” as I’m reading your description of Dr. Beautiful, only with darker hair & 16 children…..

  67. Mike

    Can I just say from a man’s perspective I would never want to be with a woman like Dr. Beautiful. I don’t care how pretty she seems I like real women. How could you trust anything from someone so superficial?

  68. Mike

    Can I just say from a man’s perspective I would never want to be with a woman like Dr. Beautiful. I don’t care how pretty she seems I like real women. How could you trust anything from someone so superficial?

  69. Mike

    Can I just say from a man’s perspective I would never want to be with a woman like Dr. Beautiful. I don’t care how pretty she seems I like real women. How could you trust anything from someone so superficial?

  70. midlife slices

    I spent the entire morning in the office of my Dermatologist and oh how much more I appreciate her after hearing your story. LOL She’s a total opposite and tells me my skin is beautiful when it’s clearly not….especially after she’s frozen 16 or 17 places off at a time. Ugh…..you should have saved her some “filler” and smacked her in the mouth. That would give her some full lips to remember!

  71. midlife slices

    I spent the entire morning in the office of my Dermatologist and oh how much more I appreciate her after hearing your story. LOL She’s a total opposite and tells me my skin is beautiful when it’s clearly not….especially after she’s frozen 16 or 17 places off at a time. Ugh…..you should have saved her some “filler” and smacked her in the mouth. That would give her some full lips to remember!

  72. midlife slices

    I spent the entire morning in the office of my Dermatologist and oh how much more I appreciate her after hearing your story. LOL She’s a total opposite and tells me my skin is beautiful when it’s clearly not….especially after she’s frozen 16 or 17 places off at a time. Ugh…..you should have saved her some “filler” and smacked her in the mouth. That would give her some full lips to remember!

  73. Alan

    Total cost? Only $45,000! Easy money for the OC…right? LOL
    You are not sagging…you are getting sweeter with age. Don’t sweat this silly stuff and let your body be. All this stuff about staying young is overrated…

  74. Alan

    Total cost? Only $45,000! Easy money for the OC…right? LOL
    You are not sagging…you are getting sweeter with age. Don’t sweat this silly stuff and let your body be. All this stuff about staying young is overrated…

  75. Alan

    Total cost? Only $45,000! Easy money for the OC…right? LOL
    You are not sagging…you are getting sweeter with age. Don’t sweat this silly stuff and let your body be. All this stuff about staying young is overrated…

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