November 8, 2009

Husband Sculpts Beautiful Wife for Himself

News, OMGWTFBBQ 3 Comments

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.

sculptedwifeThis 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.

Image and information from Couriermail.com.au

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  • King Spook

    You know, when I read the headline, I expected this to be about a guy who sculpted and married a statue, as in, an inanimate object (like the guy who married a video game character). I did not expect it to be about a guy who sculpted an actual human being.

    I’m sure there’s some message here about me, news reporting, and the world at large here, but I’m not quite sure what it is.

  • Anaiis

    I had an image of mud and ribs and the Garden of Eden for some reason, but I’m a Catholic, so that’s not really all that strange.

  • http://twitter.com/RobertFischer Robert

    Wow. Objectification reaches a new high. It’s like Real Dolls, but, y’know, with an actual human being underneath it all. Creepy.

    It’d be fascinating to hear what her take is on all of this. Why would a woman consent to being so thoroughly objectified?

    For the record, I was right there with you, Anaiis. Although my “Garden of Eden”-style take was mixed with “Picture of Dorian Gray” and the Cthulu mythos for some reason.

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