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The New Yorker has a feature asking why South Korea is the plastic surgery capital of the world. The answer, if there really is one, seems to be a cultural thing that I can’t quite grasp.
I like the way Korean women look without modification. And true beauty is found in a woman’s unique naturalness. That’s my opinion at least. I also dislike all the boob jobs you see in the USA, so this is not just a Korean issue. Frankly, when I spot fakery (including that whole double-eyelid thing) it’s a bit of a turn-off. But then I’m not the demographic these gals are trying to attract.
Changing gears, last night I’m sitting at the bar and past, present, and future walk in. It was tense.
Which reminded me of back when I was in school my English teacher looked my way and said “name two pronouns”. I said, “who, me?”
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