quinta-feira, 13 de dezembro de 2007

Cirurgia plástica e seus inconvenientes.

A cirurgia plástica tem-nos sido mostrada como algo divertido. Como quando se muda o corte do cabelo ou se pintam as unhas de uma forma surpreendente.
Porém ultimamente tem vindo a público uma série de dissabores devidos a este tipo de cirurgia. Por exemplo a morte da mãe de um famoso cantor americano, há umas semanas.
Sabe quanto tempo dura um lifting ou uns implantes mamários?
Apenas 5 anos.
Mas no caso desta actriz , de 32 anos, é impressionante como ficou depois duma lipoaspiração! Parece um robot com botões na cicatriz horizontal a toda a volta ao nível da crista dos ilíacos. Alguém sff me informa do que são aqueles botões coloridos.
Parece que lhe ligaram uma parte de baixo do corpo que não era dela.
Isto, para já não falar dos narizes que com o tempo entortam e/ou diminuem de tamanho devido à retracção do tecido cicatricial, obrigando a constantes injecções para se manterem com um aspecto aceitável. E do risco de botulismo depois da injecções de botox. Etc.
Nada disto acontece segundo a minha muito amada e sagrada Lei do Menor Esforço.
Além de que acontece por ignorância pois os mesmos resultados podem ser conseguidos por métodos naturais. E amigáveis.

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Anónimo disse...


Anónimo disse...

Então como vais oh inteligente da Mensa?
Também é assim que vais passar o teu natal?
Somewhat breathtakingly, the main reason for not exchanging gifts is that Madonna is very greatly against the commercialism of Christmas.

This seems rather a cheek given the way that she has unblushingly flogged her image and her sexuality in the most commercial way possible for three decades.

She is quite sincere about it, though.

Her children will get just three presents each - a modest tally given that their mother's fortune stands at around £240 million.

Guy Ritchie has said that this is enough, though: "As long as the kids get three presents at Christmas, everyone's happy."

The highlight of the day will be a low-fat macrobiotic feast prepared by their chef.

(Neither Ritchie nor Madonna cook.)

It is highly unlikely to feature turkey, as Madonna has issues with the rearing and slaughtering of poultry.

Instead of a festive bird, the "feast" will be mostly based around grains - such as quinoa - and vegetables.

Associates indicate that there will be a small amount of unsalted meat for the children and for Guy; but salty, fatty treats such as chipolatas and stuffing are completely out.

Indeed, the festive season is seen by Madonna as no excuse to stint on her punishing health regime.

She has even hired a nutritionist to advise on her children's food.

As a result, except for the very occasional ice cream as a treat, they have controlled amounts of dairy food, no cheese, no cream, no salt, no preservatives and no sugar.

Although Madonna tries to send out the message that she is not too controlled to have fun ("We will be drinking copious amounts of beer for the holidays," she trills, unconvincingly), she is far too self-disciplined to deviate from her strict diet.

She works out daily, no matter where in the world she is, for somewhere between two and three hours.

Even in that landmark week when adopted son David Banda first came home with her from Malawi, Madonna was not willing to vary her exercise routine.

There's no reason to believe that she won't sneak in a workout on Christmas Day.

It's not what most of us are looking forward to, but a friend who visited their home for a Kabbalah meeting recently said that the family seem to lead a very unconventional, if luxurious, home life.

Among their circle are the very rich and very well-connected, like the 7th Earl of Cawdor (a Scottish noble married to a former fashion editor for Vogue), Elisabeth Murdoch (media tycoon Rupert's daughter), PR boss Matthew Freud and restaurant owner Piers Adam.

The friend said: "They entertain very beautifully, but it is not what you would call conventional.

"A housekeeper will set out a great big table covered in stuff, all macrobiotic, which no one dares eat unless Madonna tucks in.

"They're all terrified of her. A uniformed butler serves the most incredible wines, which Guy loves but, again, Madonna barely touches."

Television is all but banned for the children.

If they use the computer, they are thoroughly policed and their time on it limited.

Nannies who applied recently for the job of helping to care for Madonna's brood were told that they could not have TVs or telephones in their rooms, as the mistress of the house felt it was an unhealthy distraction from family life.

The children are certainly given plenty of educational stimulation.

Lourdes (known as Lola) is a bit of a star at the Lycee School in London and is fluent in French.

She is said often to speak to David Banda, on whom all they dote, in French, and he is now picking up a smattering of the language, too.

Rocco, meanwhile, despite having always lived in the UK, has acquired an American accent - of which Guy's thoroughly English parents despair.

Recently, as a mark of their seriousness about integrating baby David into the family, all of them have been having classes in the Malawian language, Chichewa.

Madonna and Guy can now manage some basic words and phrases, such as "mummy", "daddy", 'hello' and "my love".

Madonna has also learned a lullaby, called Gona Mana, which she plays to David.

The singer believes that adopting David is the greatest thing she has done, and was overjoyed to hear this week that the troubled process is now drawing to a close, with an official stamp of approval.