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    Ick. Nay! And I'm not afraid to show skin... but when people see your undies without a wardrobe malfunction... ick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceAlisa View Post
    Kristen Stewart's see-through gown, yay or nay?

    I say, nay.
    Nay. Maybe I'm a prude but showing your underwear (or the illusion of underwear) is never appropriate and tacky. Ugh. Dakota Fanning's dress however is
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    Totally love Christian Serratos dress (photo # 33)! I looks like Zac Posen, but they don't say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceAlisa View Post
    Kristen Stewart's see-through gown, yay or nay?

    I say, nay.
    you know i'm voting yay because for once she looks like she has had a shower and isnt on her way to a soup kitchen for a free meal. would i like the dress on someone who didnt often look they had a standing appt at a meth lab? no. but baby steps people. thanks for using a comb and soap kstew.
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    If I were to give her a yay, it would be for this. Very chic and full evidence of decent personal hygiene.
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    Late chiming in on the breast reduction surgery, but I think it is something that can change your life based on the comments of friends who have had it done. My best friend back home was 5'1" and was around a G cup, had reduction because of the chronic neck/back pain and has never regretted it. A co-worker had breast reduction surgery at a fairly young age (30) for the same reason of pain and may have had an even greater benefit from it. She was diagnosed with breast cancer 1.5 years ago (34 years old), she found the lump initially on a self exam. She was not at the age for a baseline mammogram and didn't have any risk factors that would require one. She ended up having the type of breast cancer that genetically has an extremely high recurrence rate and she opted for a double mastectomy. She was bemoaning the "wasted money" of the breast reduction surgery and the oncologist told her that the surgery may have saved her life because the tumor would likely have gone undetected until it was much larger and with a greater chance of having already metastasized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceAlisa View Post
    If I were to give her a yay, it would be for this. Very chic and full evidence of decent personal hygiene.
    Wow- loooooooooove that dress! I would totally wear that! Lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceAlisa View Post
    If I were to give her a yay, it would be for this. Very chic and full evidence of decent personal hygiene.
    I'm assuming that was a magazine shoot. So I would guess that the Harper's people picked out the outfit and cleaned and groomed her. Can't imagine her accomplishing that by herself.

    (ETA, totally off-topic--so glad this is the last Twilight. Maybe she will go away now)

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    I am too... I truly hope no one thinks my name came from that movie series... I was Twilight1 since 1999... lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyNC View Post
    Late chiming in on the breast reduction surgery, but I think it is something that can change your life based on the comments of friends who have had it done. My best friend back home was 5'1" and was around a G cup, had reduction because of the chronic neck/back pain and has never regretted it. .
    I never knew my Sexy Divorced Coworker had the surgery, in her early thirties. A mutual friend told me yesterday, I headed down the hall to ask SDC about it. She closed the door, pulled up her shirt and bra and provided me with a first-hand look. (I love this coworker.)

    The scars are certainly there but what nice small perky boobs she has, and her body is nicely balanced. I have an appointment with an orthopedist after T'giving to talk about the upper back and neck pain; I'll see what happens after that but will certainly consult with a reduction specialist, then make up my mind.

    Back to clothing. This was supposed to be a very low-shopping fall, but losing seven pounds meant that more than half of my slacks don't fit. I've quickly purchased four new pairs in various cheapie places and on sale. Maybe it's just as well I lost no weight up top, then I'd have to replace shirts and jackets too. Meaning that surgery would cost a LOT in the long run in replacement clothing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRlady View Post
    I never knew my Sexy Divorced Coworker had the surgery, in her early thirties. A mutual friend told me yesterday, I headed down the hall to ask SDC about it. She closed the door, pulled up her shirt and bra and provided me with a first-hand look. (I love this coworker.)

    The scars are certainly there but what nice small perky boobs she has, and her body is nicely balanced. I have an appointment with an orthopedist after T'giving to talk about the upper back and neck pain; I'll see what happens after that but will certainly consult with a reduction specialist, then make up my mind.

    Back to clothing. This was supposed to be a very low-shopping fall, but losing seven pounds meant that more than half of my slacks don't fit. I've quickly purchased four new pairs in various cheapie places and on sale. Maybe it's just as well I lost no weight up top, then I'd have to replace shirts and jackets too. Meaning that surgery would cost a LOT in the long run in replacement clothing!
    Yes, but think of all of the fun you'd (we'd) have doing that!

    I'm jealous of your courage. I wish I was not so chicken. I have felt bad about that part of myself for decades. And I get blisters on my shoulders, when it's really hot, from straps rubbing. But, my OCD side is worried that I'd gain weight if I couldn't walk my 3 miles, the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruisin View Post
    Yes, but think of all of the fun you'd (we'd) have doing that!

    I'm jealous of your courage. I wish I was not so chicken. I have felt bad about that part of myself for decades. And I get blisters on my shoulders, when it's really hot, from straps rubbing. But, my OCD side is worried that I'd gain weight if I couldn't walk my 3 miles, the next day.
    I don't have OCD, just your usual vain middle-aged woman's weight obsession and believe me it occured to me what would happen without being able to exercise for weeks. I gained a few pounds from foot surgery immobilization two years ago....

    Now that I know myfitnesspal works, however, however slowly, I'm more likely to risk it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRlady View Post
    I don't have OCD, just your usual vain middle-aged woman's weight obsession and believe me it occured to me what would happen without being able to exercise for weeks. I gained a few pounds from foot surgery immobilization two years ago....

    Now that I know myfitnesspal works, however, however slowly, I'm more likely to risk it.
    Can I get my neck done at the same time? And, can we go to an outpatient place, I don't like hospitals.

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    Sorry, double post.

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    PRLady, if your neck and low back pain are related to your breast size, than your reduction would be a medical procedure and therefore, should be covered by your insurance.


    Quote Originally Posted by PDilemma View Post
    I'm assuming that was a magazine shoot. So I would guess that the Harper's people picked out the outfit and cleaned and groomed her. Can't imagine her accomplishing that by herself.

    (ETA, totally off-topic--so glad this is the last Twilight. Maybe she will go away now)
    Oh absolutely. No way she could have put herself together that well. Or her stylist for that matter. And yes, I hope this is the last of her in movies. Meh.
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    Just to chime in with another yay on the surgery. Best thing my sister in law ever did for herself.

    Unlike you, PRlady, she was a large girl, and hers just made her look even larger. Afterwards she looked wonderful, felt wonderful. OHIP did cover it because of her back pain, I think that's quite common.

    I've been thinking about a lift, myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norlite View Post
    Just to chime in with another yay on the surgery. Best thing my sister in law ever did for herself.

    Unlike you, PRlady, she was a large girl, and hers just made her look even larger. Afterwards she looked wonderful, felt wonderful. OHIP did cover it because of her back pain, I think that's quite common.

    I've been thinking about a lift, myself.
    What kind of lift?

    Quote Originally Posted by cruisin View Post
    Can I get my neck done at the same time? And, can we go to an outpatient place, I don't like hospitals.
    Nobody likes hospitals but this is major surgery and I ain't doing it in some storefront clinic. And if you find a twofer on neck tightening, man, I'll come to New Jersey and we can share a room!

    Today I'm wearing a rather form-fitting periwinkle blouse I bought in Israel and the aforementioned shoes with the teal-and-purple insets with a black pantsuit. (It's remotely possible I might have to do TV today.) You know how some days you look in the mirror and think, I look good? Usually not so many days? Today is one of those days.
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    I'd love to see a picture, if you don't appear on TV!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatesindreams View Post
    I'd love to see a picture, if you don't appear on TV!
    Lots of luck with that, I'm technodumb. Let's see if I can remember if I have a flickr account or whateveryoucallit.

    fortunately my webmistress wanted a break from the war. Not a good photo but the best I can do at the moment: https://picasaweb.google.com/1052065...20775474074930
    Last edited by PRlady; 11-15-2012 at 07:27 PM.
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    Just a breast lift. Put the girls back where they belong.

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