Your Questions About Breast Surgery Games
whats the name of the game that you can create people and even give them plastic surgery and stuff?
i seen it along time ago on the news or something where you can like download this game or play it online or something and you can actually give your person breast surgery and stuff it seemed pretty realistic and it seemed interesting and i was wondering if anyone knows what im talking about?
Should tennis star Simona Halep have been allowed breast reduction surgery?
The lighter side (if I can call it that) to the story is that she has done a disservice to tennis by discouraging people from watching her lovely 34DD’s bounce around during the game. But there is a more serious side to it, should sportspeople be allowed to have surgery to improve their performance? We are not allowed to take drugs because they are unfair etc but to have a few kgs removed from you because it slows you down is seen as okay. What if I were a long jump athlete who had my tendons shortened in my ankles to become more springy (I’m not saying it would work but assume it would and you will see my point)? What if I were a swimmer who had extra cartilage implanted in my feet to make them more flipper (fin) like? What if I were a gymnast who wanted to have a couple of ribs removed so that I could perform a particular gymnastic move? Does it not seem unfair to people who are not willing to be sliced open, those who can’t afford it or for whom the modification wouldn’t work?
If you think it is unfair to the rest of the sport then join me in demanding that she gets her wonderful boobs put back to the way that God intended them (massive), and in fact as a penalty perhaps she should have to go up to an e-cup or have to spend a night with me (which I assure you would be punishment enough for her).
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My legs hurt when I run? Should I be allowed to take steroids to make me more like the other runners? No, I should not. Sports should be about taking what you naturally have, add dedication and effort and then compete. I’m sorry if her boobs hurt, or if they slap her in the face (well sorry to a certain degree) but that is the body she has and if you can’t achieve what you need through hard work, training, exercise and diet then you should not be allowed to take drugs or have surgery to make you better. Many women do have smaller boobs, but so what? Many men have bigger muscles than me, or a smaller bum, but if I were surgically sliced to fit the perfect physique for a sport then that’s cheating. Plus I want to see her dirty pillows floating about, they help me sleep at night by imagining burying my face in them and motorboating those bad boys.
I’m not saying she shouldn’t be allowed the surgery, merely that now she has had the surgery that she shouldn’t be allowed to compete as a pro any more (well pro tennis player, there is a game that she could be involved professionally, but it isn’t tennis!).
I agree with Cait (who as far as I can see thinks big boobs are awesome too).
I don’t think a 34 DD is all that big. DD just means hear breast are 5 inches bigger in circumference than ribcage measurement. They should only stick out about 2.5 inches. That’s not huge.
Unless has back pain and it can’t be explained as anything else then i guess she should get one. I don’t think that having a A cup will make her a better tennis player. Look a the Williams sisters they stacked and constantly good. That’s cause they were training as kids, and they had a talent.
Personally i think the a reduction is never the answer.
I just looked at her pics. It seems like the girl is not getting the proper support. A good sports bra should hold you in. It seems like she is going for style over substance and that is why she might not be doing as well as she should. I’m not a tennis player but her form is odd. Maybe she just sucks.
Breast reduction safe on a 17 year old?
I have a good friend that has convinced her parents to pay for her a breast reduction that is scheduled in a year from now (she is currently 16). I was initially shocked that she’d be able to get this done as she’s only a 36DD but most of the size she has is due to her being plain overweight (5′ around 175-200lbs), which that combined with her hours of sitting playing games is causing most of her back problems (she slouches) that she complains about. I was curious if it’s common for doctors to allow breast reduction surgery on a 17 year old, as I’ve been told in health classes that full development dosent’ normally finalize till 22-24 and she seems awfully young to have this surgery. IDK, I kinda look at it like buying someone a breast enlargement at 15.
And yes, she has self-esteem issues, most of those are caused by a divorced family and living in a prep-like school. Many of which are also self-induced due to the friends she hangs around with.
Do note before the hate message is sent, I don’t have anything against the surgery for those who are truely oversized (E+) and need the reduction, I’m just wondering about this specific situation.
Well if I were a doctor I would recommend her to exercise and to come back in 3-5 years. Maybe then they have shrunken to a more desirable size.They are fat after all.
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