Real or Fake?

Technology has the power to alter our appearance. And we’ve all seen “those” addicted to “technology.” They look one way today and another the next … and we’re thinking “is that you?” Or you say to yourself “that alien looks awfully familiar.” But if someone wants to enhance their looks … I say MORE POWER TO YOU CHICK! We have the right to augment whatever we want for these modern times gives us the power to be and to look however we want to look. And if a smaller nose or bigger breasts can make us smile when we look in the mirror why not? Now, if some of you are wondering if “my girls” are au natural … the answer is I’m too poor and too much of a chicken to ever go under the knife. 

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Real or not … pink haired chick

is having lots more fun. 

Maybe these chicks need to dye their

hair pink as well?

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23 Responses to Real or Fake?

  1. Aelish says:

    I like this.
    I mean, when it comes to what we look like in person and how we alter that in pictures, there’s definitely pressure to look a certain way and smooth out all differences, flaws, or “flaws.” And that pressure is bad, yes. But there’s also us having the unprecedented capacity to define ourselves and to control the way we are presented to the world. And that is good.

    Plus, if what really matters is a person’s character, then why should we care what they choose to look like?

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      I like your term … “unprecedented capacity” … that’s a loaded phrase my dear and yes you expressed the idea brilliantly in your comment. Thank you for visiting my little corner :)

  2. You do know they will finance anything these days including boobs.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      lolol! Ventine!!!!

  3. Nothing wrong with enhancing whatever you would like to. And I can attest to the fact that they will indeed finance boobs. I bought mine years ago. Along with a much deserved tummy tuck a couple of years ago. The only thing that I’d do different, would to be to do it sooner. Best money I ever spent. It’s a personal choice like you say, and as long as a woman (or man) pays for it themselves, and does it for their OWN reasons (and not someone else’s) then I think it’s great ! That also eliminates the “custody” battles over boobs and nose jobs if you break up with the financier of said accoutrements. They do say that beauty is only skin deep….but ugly goes clear to the bone. I’d like to change that to “ugly goes clear to the soul”, because with some people that is the truth. And no amount of “nip and tuck” will ever help them.

    As far as the “photoshopped” beauty….that’s a different story. It’s misrepresenting yourself. Our flaws and scars make us who we are. The truth will come up when the clothes come off, so why set yourself and someone else up for disappointment?

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Very well articulated Cinnamon! It’s always a pleasure having you comment on my blog because your comments are always “post worthy.” luv ya :)

  4. The Hook says:

    Hilarious!
    Women are at their most amusing when critiquing each other.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Yes that’s true Hook.

  5. Hell yeah!! If you can do anything that’s gonna make you feel better! Go for it. It’s no different than putting on make-up & a dress, stockings, heels & going to a beauty salon to have our hair done. Why??? Because we want to look the best we can. I hear statements from men that the women they see in the clubs aren’t the ones they wake up too. Well screw them. Cuz I’m sure as hell gonna make the point that the men we lay next to for the rest of our lives sure as hell aren’t the ones that wined & dined us & spoke with honey-coated tongues to lure us into their bullshit. Bottom line. I’d much prefer a woman’s outside appearance a little altered than someones inner personality being a fake. Who’s the bigger poser? Luv this post & sharing it now!!

  6. Natural is best, every time…
    Forget Photoshop or Gimp enhancements, I say be yourself and stuff anyone who doesn’t want to accept you the way you are. ;)
    Obviously that takes loving yourself (without arrogance) and not having any insecurities…something which, I admit, is difficult for some to achieve.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Words of wisdom Phil… luv ya :)

  7. I’m still laughing over the cartoon. The guy is lost in wonder, but by some miracle has not spilt his drink. I still regard her hair as being within the bounds of the genetically possible, but then I have long since ceased to be sure what planet I am from

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      I think she lives in “Clairol” world… or she can just be a “human anomaly.” :)

  8. Patti Kuche says:

    I could do the pink hair, blue hair, green hair and back to dull again but the thought of leaking silicone and two upright orbs on my chest wall, with a distance between them, has me running for the hidden hills! Or maybe Victoria’s Secret.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Safer to color hair than to augment mammary glands…. :)

  9. bethteliho says:

    I agree! Whatever makes you happy. I feel bad for those in the entertainment industry though who are held to unrealistic standards. As for me, I’m also too chicken and too frugal to spend my money on surgery for vain purposes that extreme. If neither if those were an object though? There’s one thing I’d change for sure.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      I believe that “change” that doesn’t require money is the best transformation of all…. :)

  10. Lafem

    Merry Xmas!

    May you continue to boldly go where no blogger has gone before
    :D

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      This is a long time coming, but thank you Slaves.

  11. Much like you, Lafemme, I’m too poor and too chicken to go under the knife. I’d wanted to enhance my “ladies” for a while, especially when I lost my weight. (It’s like the girls deflated!) But, I found my comfort in joining a group of friends in the “Itty Bitty Tittie Committee” and now I’m okay with my… little girls. Or at least that’s what I tell myself in the mirror everyday. Love the post, Lafemme. Sharing it right now!

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      Hi there fellow writer! I always appreciate your support and I feel so fortunate that I have fellow bloggers like you “crazy chicks” on my side

  12. Aussa Lorens says:

    Haha– I like the honest take. All of our happiness levels could benefit from spending less time judging other women.

    • Lafemmeroar says:

      thank you Aussa!

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