I have two things to say before I explains Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham‘s statement. First: if you want to be yourself, why did you pay thousands of dollars to get new boobs, a new chin, and a new nose? Second: Her statement contains so many typos that I can’t look at it without getting dizzy. You can read her full statement by clicking here (she posted it on Sulia), or enjoy the edited version below!
I WANT 2 LOOK LIKE…ME OF COURSE!!
……but i’ve been seeing these ridiculous claims of me trying to be as fake as [Kim Kardashian].
…I’ve stated why I’ve personally have chosen to have enhancements ,
1. I’ve matured and am out of puberty, and have really thought about what two things have consistently bothered me after years, I did not act upon any enhancements due to peer pressure, being irresponsible with money, or secretly trying to imitate some one else.
2. Surgery is a big deal and choice; I found the right doctors who would not let me alter anything that is not naturally looking proportionate to my body type! I will never get an overly large (RACK, BUTT, LIPS, BOTOX, etc.)
3. I’m the only person in my family who has ever gotten cosmetic surgery, I do not feel everyone should have enhancements done. I wish everyone would love themselves natural and as beautiful as they are, and if a nose, or boob job is on your mind, YOU’RE NOT ALONE, those are the most popular areas that change negatively with age! hints ** saggy-ness, bumps, loss of etc**
Further more if I wanted to look like anyone other then me that would be JASMINE, Princess Jasmine to be exact because I hear I look like the real life version of her.
So cheers, to being ourselves and not wanting to change who we are, our lives, our choices,lives with anyone else or are genes!! Beautiful Fans, Enjoy 2013 being YOU!
Okay, process. I think it’s great that Farrah is preaching a message of self-love and natural beauty, even if she isn’t living it. It makes me sad that she thinks going from an A to a C cup is natural or proportional. A lot of mothers find breastfeeding difficult after breast implants, proving it is not only unnatural, but damages your body’s normal functions. This really makes no sense to me, and, if anything, seems to point to a girl who is deeply troubled and confused. No one would feel uncomfortable about their nose, chin, or boobs, if it weren’t for beauty standards. By getting plastic surgery, Farrah conformed to the idea of beauty she had harbored for years (and had pushed upon her by society, I’m sure). Now, she looks nothing like herself. Her face looks stiff, her boobs are way too big, and yet she still advocates natural beauty. I just can’t make sense of it! Am I missing something? Do you think 3 major surgeries constitutes natural? Is Farrah a little bit two faced?
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