Deviated Septum Deception

 Deviated Septum Deception
It so irks me when celebs try to ‘outwit’ us regular folks. Every time I turn around, some superstar (or superstar wannabe) is playing the ‘deviated septum card’ to trade in their honker for a more sculpted schnoz.

What ticks me off even more is when they have the nerve to tell other women to be comfortable in their own skin and love themselves – then they sneak off to have elective surgery. I mean, if you’re not comfortable addressing it in the media – don’t discuss it. Or be completely honest about it and say, ‘I hated my old nose, so I got a new one” or “I’ll get a lot more work with this less ethnic nose.” But don’t insult my intelligence.

Image courtesy of ABC News

1 Comment on Deviated Septum Deception

  1. J
    December 21, 2007 at 3:41 AM (7 years ago)

    I had surgery for a deviated septum and polyps. Funny, my nose looked exactly the same, before and after surgery. :-)

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