Would you sue you’re your wife for having an extremely ugly baby? Sounds insane right? Well, what if your lover had about $100,000 of cosmetic surgery before you two ever met.
Jian Feng a Chinese man divorced and then sued his ex-wife; want to know the best part? The court agreed she “cheated” him and forced her to fork up about $120’000.
“I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we begun having marital issues,” Feng told the Irish Times. “Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me.”
Now is that anyway to talk about your daughter? I’m wondering if he’s going to spend the 120K on plastic surgery for his kids, because clearly physical beauty is VERY IMPORTANT to him. What happened to the beauty within them when they first fell in love?
And to think there are more important things in the world that could use the amount of money people spend on cosmetic surgery. Did I mention, Feng’s wife went to South Korea to spend her 100K.
Oh and by the ways, South Korea now tops Brazil when it comes to plastic surgery, that’s right people, times a be changin’.
Plastic surgery is a quick and easy answer for those who are unsatisfied.
On thesocietypages.org I was able to pull up data on international cosmetic surgery; last updated on February 21, 2013.
As you can see South Korea’s lifestyle has modernized to having gone under the knife, a norm. Advertising everywhere around the area motivates society there to achieve your potential greatest, physical appearance that is. And with that many miserable souls (without the stereotypical perky nose) from neighboring countries spend the travel and hotel costs in order to be performed on by well-known doctors in South Korea.
Most parents give surgery fees covered as a graduation present to young girls who find many flaws within themselves, especially their eyes. With the K-Pop culture growing in South Korea, it is known when one wants surgery they want their features to look like someone else’s, almost always, a celebrities’.
Once again, media is manipulating society’s perspective of what beautiful is.
Here you see an American describe how he created the perfect “wife” with performing surgery on her and providing her a new lifestyle.
Plastic surgery is unnatural and can have many consequences, much like getting addicted and performing it to yourself when doctors refuse to. Here’s the story of Hang Mioku.
Lastly, to finish off this very plastic blog, Here are some of those who took plastic surgery to the extreme!
Now I’m sure every little girl and boy knew who Barbie and Ken were, heck most of us played with dolls since we didn’t have video games back in he day. But influenced by the beauty of our childhood heroes perhaps, meet Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedica who are now virally knows as the Real Life Barbie and Ken!
They have devoted themselves to look like the dolls, but once they met in person, they couldn’t stand eachother. Justin has undergone over 90 surgeries and Valeria’s number is unknown but I’m sure you can guess. They’ve been reported on by many including the Daily Mail
Not going to lie now, but she does look like a barbie doll, unfortunately that’s not healthy nor can it be naturally-realistic. I highly recommend this quick read for everyone, it explain how barbie would be if she were real, according to her body proportions she would be walking on all fours – basically like the girl in The Exorcist.
But Sometimes you need plastic surgery for you to feel like yourself. Yes i’m talking to all my transgendered friends, anyones who’s gone through a sex-change or feels as if they were to born in the opposite sex. Technology makes it easy for those who need a little help feeling comfortable in their own skin. And i’m sure theres beauty in that, like Miss Jenna Talackova, 23 year old blond from Vancouver who participated in Miss Universe Canada pageant.
There are many beautiful people out there after plastic surgery, some find it necessary, some don’t.
Actress, model Caroline ‘Tula’ Cossey
Systems Engineer Cindy Thai Tai
Personally, I believe that everyone is suppose to look unique in their own way. Do what you gotta do. Don’t do it to look like a celebrity or because thats what everyone else is doing, or else, it’ll be like South Korea’s beauty pageant where everyone believed everyone looked exactly the same due to familiar surgery.
Hello pageant clones.
- Has Plastic Surgery Made These 20 Korean Beauty Pageant Contestants Look The Same? (buzzfeed.com)
- South Korean beauty pageant faces controversy (psychfer.wordpress.com)
- Man Sues Wife Over Ugly Children (allthingsirrelevant.net)
- Man Sues Wife Over “Ugly” Children and Wins! (besidethelaw.wordpress.com)
- Ken Doll Justin Jedlica Dresses Up like Barbie to Teach Valeria Lukyanova a Lesson – Video (news.softpedia.com)
- Valeria Lukyanova ‘Barbie’ Mocked by ‘Ken’ Justin Jedlica in Drag (Video) (guardianlv.com)
- Plastic Surgery: Ethnic and Global trends (wjla.com)
- Korea to impose tax on cosmetic surgeries (koreaherald.com)
- Plastic Surgery and BDD in Korea (psychfer.wordpress.com)