Author Topic: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious  (Read 184 times)

secondtimearound

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V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« on: January 03, 2018, 05:20:32 PM »
Just LOL at going to a surgeon and asking him to turn you into an effeminate beta. SE Asians are so weird sometimes.



Full disclosure - I actually need v-line to reduce my chin and "bulk" from the lateral aspects of it so I don't have a potato jaw from class 3 growth, but I will hunt down and kill any surgeon who takes away my mandibular angles or turns my chin into a pointy little girl's chin.

This is just ridiculous. The before was perfect.

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Re: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2018, 05:33:48 PM »
Just LOL at going to a surgeon and asking him to turn you into an effeminate beta. SE Asians are so weird sometimes.



Full disclosure - I actually need v-line to reduce my chin and "bulk" from the lateral aspects of it so I don't have a potato jaw from class 3 growth, but I will hunt down and kill any surgeon who takes away my mandibular angles or turns my chin into a pointy little girl's chin.

This is just ridiculous. The before was perfect.

This isn't the Lookism site.
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Re: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2018, 05:46:05 PM »
This isn't the Lookism site.
Call it what you like, 90% of guys in the west would rather be the before than the after.

I'd do almost anything for jaws like the before. He was handsome as hell.

The idea that not only are Korean men paying to be mutilated like this but that this qualifies as such a "good example" that it deserves to be featured in a surgeon's portfolio makes it even more absurd.

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Re: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2018, 06:53:22 PM »
Call it what you like, 90% of guys in the west would rather be the before than the after.

I'd do almost anything for jaws like the before. He was handsome as hell.

The idea that not only are Korean men paying to be mutilated like this but that this qualifies as such a "good example" that it deserves to be featured in a surgeon's portfolio makes it even more absurd.

Ok, I understand the aesthetic discordance.  Just to say the mods here don't like the Lookism lingo on here because it is associated with a type that is best left there.
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Re: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2018, 07:13:42 PM »
Beauty is subjective. Except for symmetry. Symmetry is objectively beautiful.

Appart from symmetry, beauty cannons vary over time and over geography.

I grew up with the same beauty cannons as you secondtimearound, so I agree that this man looked better preop. But I don't think he objectively looked better. If he had this surgery is probably because women in his culture find that kind of jaw more attractive. I think he also reduced his cheekbones by the way. Cheekbones are not attractive in orient but are in occident.

Obesity used to be seen as a sign of wealth and health and was considered attractive.

This is attractive in Ethiopia.

Asians consider CORNERS bad Feng Shui. Corners bring about bad luck and misfortune. The 'Qi' doesn't flow. It gets stuck in the corners. So, it is very common for them to want to get the corners of their jaw angles cut off. Cheek bones that are too angular are also considered corners. Things that are sharp are bad Feng Shui too. So no cactus plants. Only cane plants with curves. No square or rectangle tables either. Only oval or round.
No straight line paths to the front door either. Evil spirits or mischievous poltergeists just love straight lines. So, it's more of a matter of luck vs misfortune rather than beauty standards.

Yes. Obesity used to be considered a sign of wealth and wealth associated with beauty. In Pago Pago a FAT queen who ate plenty of the taro root was considered beauty standard....and then there is the famous Venus of Willendorf. I don't know where she is now but she used to be in the Wiener kunsthistorisches museum on the first floor.
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Re: V-line surgery on Korean men is fucking hilarious
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2018, 06:41:14 PM »
Not really convinced by this "cultural stuff".  Give a small kid a couple of toy model cars - a Ferrari and a Corolla.  Ask him which one looks better.