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Bahtatboy Dec 12th 2013 3:16 pm

What have you done for your children…
 
…in terms of direct application of your work skills?

Bet you can’t beat this:

'Our DAD gave us matching boob jobs!' Sisters making the most of cosmetic surgeon father's skills (they've also had Botox, nose jobs AND a belly button tuck)

Brittani had breast surgery as a gift from her father for her 18th birthday
The 25-year-old went from an A cup to C
She had rhinoplasty - the bridge of nose was narrowed - on 21st birthday

Sister Charm, 25, had breast enhancement this year, going from 32B to 32C

Had her protruding belly button re-shaped at age of ten
Both regularly have Botox and face peels adminstered by their father


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...tton-tuck.html

The Dean Dec 12th 2013 3:30 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

Originally Posted by Bahtatboy (Post 11033356)
…in terms of direct application of your work skills?

Bet you can’t beat this:

'Our DAD gave us matching boob jobs!' Sisters making the most of cosmetic surgeon father's skills (they've also had Botox, nose jobs AND a belly button tuck)

Brittani had breast surgery as a gift from her father for her 18th birthday
The 25-year-old went from an A cup to C
She had rhinoplasty - the bridge of nose was narrowed - on 21st birthday

Sister Charm, 25, had breast enhancement this year, going from 32B to 32C

Had her protruding belly button re-shaped at age of ten
Both regularly have Botox and face peels adminstered by their father


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...tton-tuck.html

"Brittani" and "Charm"???

Explains a lot..........

Kix Dec 12th 2013 3:37 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
^^^ What he said ^^^

The Dean Dec 12th 2013 4:07 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
Reading the article again......... they are adopted daughters........... good grief - he is one sick bugger..........

Myusernamewastaken Dec 12th 2013 5:01 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
It's not like the dad did some excessive plastic surgery ala Heidi Montag. If his daughters really wanted it why not let the dad do the job? Then, he would probably be quite careful in his work.

He sure did give his daughters some interesting names but he sure knows how to become a popular father-in-law. :)

flares Dec 12th 2013 5:46 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
I think there's an op he's not telling us about for the tall one with the adam's apple

Millhouse Dec 12th 2013 6:20 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

Originally Posted by flares (Post 11033644)
I think there's an op he's not telling us about for the tall one with the adam's apple

Agreed - she is a monster.

'mum' appears to have had a stroke too.

Myusernamewastaken Dec 12th 2013 8:41 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

Agreed - she is a monster.

'mum' appears to have had a stroke too.
Charm (el-Sheikh?) looks better though.

Scamp Dec 12th 2013 11:04 pm

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
He's definitely nailing them.

One looks like a bloke too eh?

Myusernamewastaken Dec 13th 2013 12:40 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

He's definitely nailing them.
Isn't it easier to just get some girls where someone else did the legwork to raise them?

I never thought that I would ask such a question here but... If a father thinks that he is the biological father to his daughter - but in reality isn't - does the fact that they aren't biologically related make him more likely to eventually become romantically interested in her?

NorthernLad Dec 13th 2013 2:41 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

Originally Posted by Myusernamewastaken (Post 11034182)
I never thought that I would ask such a question here but... If a father thinks that he is the biological father to his daughter - but in reality isn't - does the fact that they aren't biologically related make him more likely to eventually become romantically interested in her?

It makes him a predator (in a sick way).

Millhouse Dec 13th 2013 3:03 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

Originally Posted by Myusernamewastaken (Post 11034182)
I never thought that I would ask such a question here but... If a father thinks that he is the biological father to his daughter - but in reality isn't - does the fact that they aren't biologically related make him more likely to eventually become romantically interested in her?

No.

Myusernamewastaken Dec 13th 2013 3:18 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
What if a 22 year old daughter becomes romantically interested in her 37 year old and what most girls think is a handsome stepdad? The question is still if two persons being biologically related in isolation hinder the possibility for a romantic interest to form between them.

Myusernamewastaken Dec 13th 2013 3:21 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 

No.
Any source for that?

Myusernamewastaken Dec 13th 2013 3:28 am

Re: What have you done for your children…
 
Awkward discussion but still interesting to know what mechanisms humans have to prevent bad offsprings.


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