| April 2, 2007
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Next she should fix the goiter.
The thing about ‘before and after’ pictures is that there is no effort whatsoever to have repreesntative photography for the before. I’ve seen better pictures from 7-11 survelance cameras; poorly lit, bad color, grainy, unflattering angle, goofy head scarf and a nose ring. Any hack photographer can take a bad picture.
The whole “eyebrows removed” thing creeps me out. I don’t understand why women think that this eyebrow style she had tated on is attractive. And, as a girl, what about the lip tat? What if she is wearing orange one day? That red will TOTALLY clash. Also, as a girl, I have to admit that I always wanted dimples. But not enough to have my cheek pierced from inside and suture pulled back and ewwww. Basically she just looks fake and I never think that’s a good thing.
“She’s a MAN, baby!”
She’s even uglier than before! Dang!
Oh man, I want tatoo eyeliner. Actually, I don’t see much difference between her before and after pictures. The before one just looks like a bad day and the after looks like she got ready to go some where. How much did she spend to make that happen?
Have to agree – with the anonymous comment. She looks like a rough tranny…why do they always manage to get such a rough before photo and then a well lit after photo? I could make my haemorrhoids look good in the right lighting!
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