People get new parts these days. My Mom has a new knee. However living in Texas I see more New Boobs and New Faces. What you chooses to do to yourself is your problem. My question is how am I to act around the new you.
Three years back I worked with a lady that was 50 years old and she had some work done while I worked with her. For her age she didn't look bad anyway. She told me that her weight had always been a problem for her and she didn't want to end up like others in her family. I was the skinny one in my family so I understood where she was coming from. She spent a bunch of money and went through a lot of pain. When she came back to work her eyes watered all the time and she looked the same to me.
When she first came back to work I didn't know how to act around her. I didn't want to stare. On day 3 I told her "Stand up and let me see the whole deal". She laugh at me. I told her she looked Great but she looked great before too. I told a big fat lie. She looked the same. The rumors about her at work were pretty nasty.
Now if I had the big bucks and didn't care about a lot of pain there is some work I'd have done to myself. No it would not be new boobs or new face. I have a sister that has big boobs and I know what they have done to her. She can't move! She could have had them made smaller but her husband told her No! But he doesn't live the back pain that she lives with.
I've given birth to 4 kids that weighted 9lbs and then some. So my stomach is the part I'd like to have fixed but they can only do so much. So I guess at my age I'll live with it! LOL