When my father proposed to my mother, he told her she was a beautiful collage of hideous things. Not the most romantic thing in the world, so it doesn’t surprise me that he had to propose a couple more times before she said yes.
But at least she was a beautiful collage.
Dr. Reza Vossough, on the other hand, thought–and was quite frank about–how flawed his bride-to-be was. She was average-looking–flat chested, with saddlebags, a bit of a tummy and puffy eyelids.
This was fine with him, though, because as a plastic surgeon, he knew she had “potential” to be “sculpted” into the picture-perfect wife.
Five years, $32,000 and eight operations later, his wife is a model with big lips, perfect abs and F cup breasts.
“It’s almost like being God–you have the ability to change nature,” Vossough said. “When I first met Cany, she had physical deficiencies, but I could see there was something there. She had big hips and big thighs, so we made corrections, then did a little bit more… I was interested in working on her. It’s better than nature could do.”
The doctor said that for him, a woman has to be “a piece of jewelery which a man values.”
I hope there is more there than just a joint interest in beautification because, unlike diamonds, a woman has legs and can walk as quickly away from a marriage as she can to the operating table.
Anyway, I’m happy to announce we now have an OMGWTFBBQ category.
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