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Publicēts: 26.05.2004.
Valoda: Angļu
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Literatūras saraksts: Nav
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Correcting a thing means that this thing was originally wrong, so correcting a nose or a breast must means that they are wrong in shape. It could be wrong in shape, but from which point of view, Is it from the patient point of view or from the communities. People think that the key to successes in like is to look nice and that a bad looking person is socially refused. So the society is the controller in our lives and the lives of others, and from who does this society consist of, it consist of me, you and many other normal people who aren't perfectly good looking. But it is the human nature which makes him feel that he must be a point of attention, where all surrounding people looks to and admire. Any minor deformation in the face people always try to hide it with makeup, any minor mistake in the body people tries to hide it by cloth, so what is the difference between makeup and cosmetic surgery? Both are attempting to deceive people, but makeup can do the job of hiding the mistakes and make a person look nicer but it is easily detected and by any mean the makeup must be removed after a short period of time. On the other hand, cosmetic surgeries are successive in deceiving people for a long time. Beauty contests and celebrities are full of hand made women and people all over the world dream of meeting such people.…

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