Butt implants
August 10, 2003 12:08 PM   Subscribe

Butt implants For the woman who asks "do these jeans make my ass look skinny?" As disconcerting as retouching in silicon can be, retouching with silicone is moreso. Or if you're nostalgic for old-fashioned airbrushing, but want something more direct, you can just airbrush yourself.
posted by adamrice (21 comments total)

 
Warning: 3rd link not safe for work, or eyes.

*the goggles, they do nothing
posted by Grod at 12:30 PM on August 10, 2003


3rd link: Postoperatory posteriority for posterity.
posted by srboisvert at 12:45 PM on August 10, 2003


eek, that's so gross. The postop photos look worse in most cases.

Why is this all done in the Carribean? To skirt strict US malpractice laws?
posted by mathowie at 12:53 PM on August 10, 2003


Butt implants

Saving Silverman?
posted by Steve_at_Linnwood at 1:20 PM on August 10, 2003


I want some jowl implants to increase my gravitas.
posted by troutfishing at 1:26 PM on August 10, 2003


Somewhere, Sir Mix-A-Lot is grinning his ass off.
posted by jonmc at 1:46 PM on August 10, 2003


Baby gets back.
posted by Nelson at 2:05 PM on August 10, 2003


Why would you post pictures of your work when your work replaces natural lines (or bulges, in some of these cases) with scarred lines left by your scalpel? Damn.
posted by Busithoth at 2:54 PM on August 10, 2003


What we need here is butt transplants. I'll donate some of my butt to a desperate derriere, and we can just trade jeans after.
posted by swerve at 3:30 PM on August 10, 2003


Speaking for babes with back everywhere, anyone who willingly subjects themselves to never being able to fit into 99% of the jeans sold in the Western world should be, quite bluntly, shot.

On preview, what swerve said.
posted by nelleish at 4:09 PM on August 10, 2003


Why would you post pictures of your work when your work replaces natural lines (or bulges, in some of these cases) with scarred lines left by your scalpel? Damn

Have you seen some of the horrendous breast implant jobs? I'll never understand why a woman would want to go from natural breasts to implants, the vast majority of implants are not nice to look at. And if you lay back and your boobs stay completely upright? Even if they look realistic, they know they're fake.

As for these butts? Damn, those are some big fake asses. And the majority are not attractive at all. I wonder how it feels to sit on something like that?
posted by SuzySmith at 4:36 PM on August 10, 2003


What school must I attend to learn how to perform this procedure?
posted by vito90 at 5:27 PM on August 10, 2003


Beverly Hills Upstairs Medical College, of course.

Then everyone will say "Hi, Dr. Vito90!"
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 5:59 PM on August 10, 2003


I wonder how it feels to sit on something like that?

I think, aesthetics aside, this is the real question.
posted by hot soup girl at 6:37 PM on August 10, 2003


Aesthetics are the real issue, because we know that it's not done for comfort. Why, unless you lost your ass in a war, would you want to augment it?

At what point do you say "I look pretty good, except that people don't laugh in disbelief at my butt. I would really fell better if there were some foreign objects stuffed in there?" I had a high school teacher who had very average dimensions except for a butt the size of the Azores. It didn't make her hot.
posted by Mayor Curley at 8:21 PM on August 10, 2003


Curiously that looks as if someone reversed the before and after photos from any weight loss ad in the back of Cosmo.
posted by maggie at 9:31 PM on August 10, 2003


Mayor Curley, you misunderstand me. What I mean is: I wonder if these implants are uncomfortable once you're resting your weight on them? I don't know if these arses look better before or after the operation, but such a question seems pretty much irrellevant if they're not nice to sit on.
posted by hot soup girl at 9:36 PM on August 10, 2003


There's still more work to be done. (Definitely Not Safe for Work)
posted by samuelad at 10:50 PM on August 10, 2003


"lost your ass in the war"?
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 4:40 AM on August 11, 2003


oh, xquzyphyr, you're so poorly read. that's a clear reference to sassoon's autobiography, where he describes coming under bombardment, with a new conscript at his side - face buried in the ground, the newbie has both lost his helmet and shat himself; sassoon places the helmet on his (now somewhat stinky, although sassoon doesn't use that particular adjective) behind, to protect it, all the while suspecting that the conscript believes he being mocked. sassoon's later discussions, in the "nursing home" (craiglockhart), with the famous plastic surgeon w h r rivers, are recounted by pat barker in the first volume of the posterior regeneration triology.
posted by andrew cooke at 5:20 AM on August 11, 2003


I wonder how it feels to sit on something like that?

Having felt silicone badness before, i would say it probably feels like they're sitting on the world's largest boil.
posted by schlaager at 7:15 AM on August 11, 2003


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