If you could trade your flier miles for a facelift, would you?
What do you want to change?
maybe in my 60s (in 40 years) Just to look like my self now, nothing too drastic, I wouldn't want to look like the cat-lady (although she is very interesting)
My airmiles wouldn't buy me a hair cut, never mind a facelift!
I personally find the idea of having "work done" (whether Botox or surgery) quite offputting and I don't think I would be tempted.
It does seem to be addictive for a lot of the people who do go down that road, so that they keep going back for more and have so much done that they end up looking like Thunderbirds puppets rather than real people.
I may not particularly love some of my wrinkles here and there but I wouldn't change anything. I would not choose any surgery to improve me. I have had surgeries for medical reasons in my life and I am sure I wouldn't want more.
A Face Lift huh.Umm,Naa...I sure could use a Boob Job though!
My nose could be smaller,oh hell everything could be smaller
No, but I wouldnt say no to new shoes and handbag
No. I currently dream of the day I'll have grey hair and crows feet. I want to be respected for my mind, not my beauty.
On the other hand I'd get my boobs done in a second!
If I had any frequent flyer miles, I would! No, wait, I'm too chicken to have real surgery. Wouldn't mind a thread lift though.
Wry, just wait till you get there - you'll change your mind!
Yes, I would do it. After lots and lots of research of the Dr. There are many different procedures that you can have done now days that aren't as invasive as a traditional "facelift".
And I would only have it done in the U.S. I have seen allot of botched cosmetic surgery done outside of the U.S.
And I would be doing it for myself , not for anyone else. We all want to look good and feel good.
by Deepes Mind 5 years ago
On several hubs and forums, I see a lot of my fellow (to an extent) believers posting about how God give us the free will to do things our way, then on other hubs state that we must "Pray that God's will be done" in everything we do.. If we have to pray to God for his will to be done,...
by gem33 7 years ago
if there was something you could change about your body without going under the knife what would it be? When i was younger and people teased me about my hips i wished they were smaller now i realise they are one of my best assets. now i wish i could reduce my waist line to get that hour glass...
by words cocktail 9 years ago
Well, not just WHAT, you can also say, WHY would that be 'the ONE thing' you could change about your past? It may be an incident, a behaviour, an attitude, a day or a night..simply anything!
by Ashantina 7 years ago
If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be?
by stevemark122000 10 years ago
Or would we be exactly the same as we are now. For example: how high we can jump, how much we can lift in relation to our body weight, how far we can fall without getting hurt?
by Edoka Writes 7 years ago
If you could change your gender for a day- would you?
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