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Wyler
20th Apr 2006, 15:32
I know a couple of ladies who have had breast enhancement surgery. Very nice too. I am concerned however, about the effect of the march of time on these individuals. Is anyone out there married to a lady such as this? How do you feel about eventually ending up married to a 70 year old with chin hair, prolapsed all sorts but very perky breasts?
Can these implants be adjusted to add 'age'. i.e can they be deflated slightly to sag? Can silicon blue veins be added for effect? Is there such a thing as synthetic nipple hair?
I am just curious as I think it is going to be very odd in 30 years or so to see Old Folks homes full of people with 'bits' of very different shapes and sizes.

Just in case you are wondering....I am not a doctor.:E

airship
20th Apr 2006, 15:59
One stands to be corrected, but one was under the impression that all those big silicone breasts simply became big saggy breasts as one aged... :{

flyblue
20th Apr 2006, 16:04
They'd match the sagging dangling bits of the other half then.
Anyway, you'd need eyesight to realise, which at that age is not an option, even if you guys remembered what the sagging bits are for :E

So there

d2k73
20th Apr 2006, 16:05
Can silicon blue veins be added for effect? Is there such a thing as synthetic nipple hair?

Was that really necessary?? The use of onomatopoeia may have contributed nicely to that sentace!

:yuk:

Mac the Knife
20th Apr 2006, 17:59
Some implanted ladies wear very well with age, but there can be annoying problems.

Remember that the silicone bag is just a deeply placed volume filler, behind whatever normal breast tissue and skin there may be. The surface of the prosthesis is never visible, so there's no need to "..add blue veins.."!

With age, the existing breast tissue tends to lose volume and the skin becomes thinner and loses it's elasticity. The layer of fat just under the skin also gets thinner. If this is very pronounced (not often), the shape of the prosthesis can be faintly visible, particularly any ripples in the silicone shell that surrounds the semi-liquid silicone gel. To correct this one would remove the prosthesis and reinsert it "one layer deeper", under the big flat pectoralis major muscle that covers the upper chest. The muscle doesn't mind, and it's bulk hides the contours of the implant. In thin girls or those with very little breast tissue to start off with, one would put it in this plane to start off with.

The main problem with age is that the implant tends to remain where it is, while the rest of the breast tissue continues to lose it's fight against gravity and slide downwards. This produces the classic "double-bubble" effect, that doesn't look nice.

To fix this one would do a breast "lift", essentially taking a tuck in the breast inferiorly and shifting the nipple back up to where it should be (about an inch above the crease below the breast). You might also change the plane of the prosthesis from above the pectoralis muscle to beneath it as in Para 3 if the breast tissue has thinned a lot.

There can be other problems too: The saline filled prostheses can leak and deflate after many years - they develop minute fatigue cracks in places where they fold. Silicone gel prostheses can leak too, but because the gel is so much more viscous they don't deflate so dramatically! Modern prostheses have a tougher shell than ones of 10 and 20 years ago, so this is much less of a problem.

Another problem with prostheses is that the body's natural reaction to a foreign object is to wall it off by forming a fibrous capsule around the object. Much of the time this is quite thin and loose and doesn't cause problems, but in some people it can become thick and tight, causing the prosthesis to feel round and hard. The remedy is to remove the prosthesis, cut away the tight capsule and replace the prosthesis, hoping it won't happen again. You can also replace the prosthesis deeper, under the muscle, where the tendency to capsule formation is less. But modern prostheses have a micro-rough surface (as opposed to the old smooth "slicks"), which for reasons that are not entirely clear, reduces the tendency to capsular contracture considerably.

That'll be R400 thanks Wyler. Pay my seccy on the way out :E

G-CPTN
20th Apr 2006, 18:05
So do those (you know) thingies work for men's thingies?
In other words, could I have 12" of rippling muscle at age 75?

christn
20th Apr 2006, 18:34
Q: Why do old men need viagra?
A: Because old women are so ugly!

Wyler
20th Apr 2006, 19:06
Mac

Many thanks. Very informative. One or two visual aids would have been nice but I am definitely a better person for having read your post.
I guess we'll brush aside the nipple hair for now(so to speak).:p

AnEviltwinEr
20th Apr 2006, 19:20
What about making muscle inplants? That would be wonderful! ;):E

flyblue
20th Apr 2006, 19:24
They do make it :ugh: I watched a documentary some time ago about guys getting muscle implants (of course the guys were from California) but wasn't very impressed with the results. They looked more like lumps than muscle.

Capt.KAOS
20th Apr 2006, 19:33
I always wondered, do these implants make noises when you squeeze it? No viagra can't cure popping, sloshing, squeaking or gurgling sounds... :hmm:

Mac the Knife
20th Apr 2006, 19:45
I always wondered, do these implants make noises when you squeeze it? No viagra can't cure popping, sloshing, squeaking or gurgling sounds... :hmm:

No, hopefully the popping, sloshing, squeaking or gurgling sounds are coming from somewhere or someone else :E

[Mind you, if you forget to empty all the air out of the "filled-on-the-table" saline implants when you fill 'em you CAN get sloshy noises....]

Is there anyone (thats quite enough of that Mac!)

Loose rivets
20th Apr 2006, 20:07
I have a bit to say about this age thing. (OKAY, TIMES UP...LOOK AT THE PRINT!!) I went to the 70th birthday party of an old friend. When I was but a lad, I used to fancy her like mad. I had no idea what to expect, but imagined, like most people, that I would be greeted by and old lady. Huh!

There were 7-10 year-olds running all over the garden when I arrived. Grandchildren? Nope, great-grandchildren. And then I saw her. Without any significant makeup, she stood in front of me an gave the warmest smile. She was totally gorgeous, but her Audrey Hepburn figure had gone. She had filled out perfectly. If the boobs were man made, they were definitely made for man...one was smitten.

I'm married to an OAP who looks young, but then she's a witch.:}

flyblue
20th Apr 2006, 20:15
The abuse of image posting in breach of the JB ROE led to the disabling of the same in the past.

We all like to post silly pics of our moggies, dogs, offsprings and occasionally airplanes so let's make an effort, huh?

tart1
20th Apr 2006, 20:17
Just in case you are wondering....I am not a doctor.

Nope we weren't. :hmm:
I guess we'll brush aside the nipple hair for now(so to speak).
Is it that thick (that it has to be brushed)?? :p

Hey Wyler you are mucho funny guy!! :D

BALIX
20th Apr 2006, 20:24
Did anyone else notice that just as breast implants became fashionable, blancmange went out of fashion?

Probably a coincidence but you never know...

Captain Sand Dune
21st Apr 2006, 01:51
Where's the "before" and "after" shots?:E :E

Blacksheep
21st Apr 2006, 06:25
For me they're a tactile rather than a visual pleasure. The odd 'enhanced' ones that have passed my way somehow didn't feel right and quite spoiled the whole interlude. I'd rather get my hands on a small pair of originals then any of those artificially enhanced appendages.

acbus1
21st Apr 2006, 06:33
Only one thing is more repulsive than nipple hairs and that's a woman with a hairy top lip.

:yuk: :yuk: :yuk:

:ugh:

CargoMatatu
21st Apr 2006, 08:12
Hate them, hate them, HATE THEM!:yuk: :yuk: :yuk:

Give me REAL ones anythime:ok: Any size, any shape:ok:

REAL IS BEST!

SLFguy
21st Apr 2006, 09:09
Friend of mine had breast implants done.......he looked ridiculous..:}

tart1
21st Apr 2006, 09:14
I am not a man (really!) and I suppose I am not qualified to say but I have always found it hard to believe that men prefer inflated, silicone-filled bags to real breasts. I suppose it is the look of them which attracts but I have noticed that in a lot of cases, they look completely fake as well.

I have often moaned about my small-ish ones but I would never consider making them biggger surgically. :yuk:

G-CPTN
21st Apr 2006, 09:33
Try the tissue paper solution . . .

phnuff
21st Apr 2006, 09:42
Personally, I prefer real to inflated because to me, the falsies look like what they are - False.

If there is ever an arguement against implants, it's Jordan.

G-CPTN
21st Apr 2006, 10:09
Poor guy! That's a bit harsh on him, isn't it?

Wyler
21st Apr 2006, 10:41
Keep em real. You just have to see the daft bints in Playboy etc to see that false is not nice.

That's..er..what my mates friend..erm..said. He reads them....allegedly..:O

slim_slag
21st Apr 2006, 10:46
In thin girls or those with very little breast tissue to start off with, one would put it in this plane to start off withA very nice aviation link there Mac.

These implants have not always been so nice and yummy. Perhaps you remember the weekly lunchtime chest meetings at the place on St Thomas' St. They would be very crowded, with the front seats reserved for the senior physicians, the experience would drop the further you went back until you found the lowly medical students standing at the back. The radiologists would save their best x-rays and hide them at home so nobody could see them, then bring them out to attempt to fool the mighty Houston, Joiner and Scott lording it up in the front stalls.

This was in the seventies, and one guy put up a chest film with two huge saucer like opacities right where the nipples would be. Totally round and totally opaque, and asked 'what's that then'. Nobody got it. Turned out to be the implants of the day. Houston/Joiner/Scott with their cannonball secondaries suitably fooled in front of the unwashed masses, and the radiologist has his ten minutes of fame and now wants a merit award.

Back then anybody who came in with those would be labelled neurotic. Has this changed?

ExSimGuy
21st Apr 2006, 11:13
daft bints in Playboy etc He reads them....allegedly..:O

People read Playboy? I didn'tknow you were supposed to read:eek:

G-CPTN
21st Apr 2006, 11:17
People read Playboy?
Health and Efficiency is still my bag . . .
. . . REAL girls there (apart from the mysterious missing pudenda).

Wyler
21st Apr 2006, 11:26
There are many and varied articles concerning a myriad of informative subjects from entertainment, to the world of science and technology. My particular favourite concerns the automobile industry.
Anyway, what other informative magazine could you read one handed, with your trousers down?

engineer(retard)
21st Apr 2006, 16:33
A British company is developing computer chips that store music in women's breast implants.

This is a major breakthrough.

Women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.


regards

retard

Rick Storm
21st Apr 2006, 16:58
Implants are purely for eye candy, been there (not me) had a g/f they look great but they don't flop around/wobble as I like to see REAL breasts moving/swaying prior to la la la. I'm off for a cold shower.

Tart1; Hey nothing wrong with yours girl, thanks for the photos, my BP went over the top seeing you only in a thong.

Ric

G-CPTN
21st Apr 2006, 17:04
Tart1; Hey nothing wrong with yours girl, thanks for the photos, my BP went over the top seeing you only in a thong.
Eh? Wassat? When? Was I asleep? Did I MISS something? :{ :{

LGS6753
21st Apr 2006, 17:12
I've just trawled through 33 posts, and this thread is not [I]illustrated[I].:{ :{ :{

Mac the Knife
21st Apr 2006, 17:27
In much of the USA (and the Transvaal, I'm afraid) cosmetic surgeons put in MUCH larger prostheses than in the Cape or the UK.

This isn't because they like 'em, one of my friends in the States says he thinks the overenhanced "hyperbreast" looks awful (as I do myself), but many patients INSIST on it. Unfortunately, the overaugmented look seems to be becoming the aesthetic norm in the USA - patient's think that that's what they should look like.

I won't put in huge prostheses - I was brought up with the idea of helping patients achieve what Ralph Millard called "the ideal beautiful norm" and won't assist patients who pursue bizarre body modifications. The idea is for the person to look balanced and harmonious within a reasonably flexible framework.

For those of you who can "always tell" and who say "it feels different", I must say that I can't always! Perhaps your experiences have been with the less successful examples....

N.B. Don't take breast augmentation lightly, while it can make a great and positive difference to peoples lives when performed for the right reasons, there IS a low, but significant morbidity and complication rate.

Rick Storm
21st Apr 2006, 17:32
LGS/G-CPTN

Calm down boys, Tart1 sent the photos via my e-mail addy. Pending her approval/agreement from her new webmaster at .... Tart1-cool.com I might forward the thong photos for a fee of UK£20 36 photos. Video clips will be on the site soon.

Video clips, as I post this, are in the editing stage. First clip will be Tart1 'barbecue' "lost my top" cool or what!!!! This girl is hot. Keep tuned.

Ric

G-CPTN
21st Apr 2006, 17:32
Mae West
Jane Russell
Marilyn Monroe
Jayne Mansfield
Dolly Parton
Big girls! :ok:

ExSimGuy
21st Apr 2006, 20:40
Rick,

Is this going to be a "one-off" payment of £20 for complete access to tart1-cool.com, or will further debits be made to our credit cards every month?

Will said debits be "tactfully made" (i.e. "Aviation International") so as not to embarras our Bank Managers (or whoever!)

Are the videos included in the £20 "subscription"?

Romeo Charlie
21st Apr 2006, 22:48
I think the slogan that was used to promote Outspan Citrus Fruit many moons ago applies here... "Small ones are more juicy naturally"

tall and tasty
21st Apr 2006, 23:07
AS a woman I really could not see why you would want to have plastic wedged up behind your natural body to produce something that may leak or burst if it all went horribly wrong.

Like tart I was not fortunate, unlike my sister who got the lions share, but I have a friend who has had them done and she actually asks guys if they would like a feel of them, god knows, most jump at the chance and then get really disappointed.

Yes they may look good and as men are visual creatures then ok, but when it comes to touch it can't feel natural at all!

So why don't more guys have their well you know, done then?????? Love to know the answer to that one:p :E

TnT

BlueWolf
21st Apr 2006, 23:21
Maybe we don't feel we need to ;)

Loose rivets
22nd Apr 2006, 04:56
I have a friend who has had them done and she actually asks guys if they would like a feel of them, god knows, most jump at the chance and then get really disappointed.
TnT

Perhaps it's the hooting noise they make when they squeeze them.http://www.augk18.dsl.pipex.com/Smileys/hit.gif

BenThere
22nd Apr 2006, 05:14
When my wife mentioned having it done I opposed it, not sensing any need for it. But I did compromise. I agreed to have one done and if she liked it after six months, we'd do the other.

Rick Storm
23rd Apr 2006, 17:20
H&E; G-CPTN Great mag :E

ExSimGuy; No probs, your membership includes (until cancelled) all Tart1-cool photos and vid clips including the new update ("I lost my top on the beach" as of 24/4 really hot!!!!!! Billing from...'Bush growers weekly' so no probs with the bank or partner.

Taking into account senior members on the pprune site i.e 'Aviation History and Nostalgia' the webmaster (freedom of information act part3-45) has now acquired the 'nip slips' photos of Vera Lynn circa 1943 all persons interested should send requests to the webmaster of the above site.

RS

G-CPTN
23rd Apr 2006, 17:34
I have a friend who has had them done and she actually asks guys if they would like a feel of them, god knows, most jump at the chance and then get really disappointed.
Yes they may look good and as men are visual creatures then ok, but when it comes to touch it can't feel natural at all!
I think that ALL women with 'natural' breasts should invite men to have a feel of them to demonstrate that they feel better than artificially-enhanced ones. This action would establish a ground-swell of revolt against such false devices.

Gertie Vow
23rd Apr 2006, 20:11
Did you know you can get Viagra eye drops now?

Do nuthin' for your sex life but make you look hard!

sixmilehighclub
23rd Apr 2006, 20:59
i.e can they be deflated slightly to sag? Can silicon blue veins be added for effect? Is there such a thing as synthetic nipple hair?


I don't want to grow old!!!!!!!!!! :{ :{ :{ :{ :{ :(

G-CPTN
23rd Apr 2006, 22:15
Remiz pendulinus is a pseudo tit.

Tinstaafl
24th Apr 2006, 16:41
Don't like artificially inflated breasts. Small & natural win with me, and so on up the bra sizes in alphabetical order.

Mac the Knife
24th Apr 2006, 20:13
Personally I agree with you Tinny.

But, "De gustibus non est disputandum"

And who are we to dictate to people what they should or shouldn't like?

:ok:

Mac

tobzalp
24th Apr 2006, 23:51
Hate them, hate them, HATE THEM!:yuk: :yuk: :yuk:
Give me REAL ones anythime:ok: Any size, any shape:ok:
REAL IS BEST!


If you can touch them, they ARE real.

Solid Rust Twotter
25th Apr 2006, 07:34
Agreed, Mr Tin. Small and firm is best....

The larger variety are nice but more susceptible to the effects of gravity and don't stand up so well to display. One finds as they get older they get shy and creep off to hide in the lady's armpits when she's in a reclining position.:}

Signora_Matta
25th Apr 2006, 07:42
Firm is best!

Some of you guys here seem fresh out of the stone age...if a girl wants implants it's up to her...some here seem to be standing a judge, jury and executioner....it's her body...so her choice...

For what it's worth...most guys I know like them firm and enough girls seem to be getting them done so it clearly isnt an unpopular procedure and the benefits to a girls confidence can be amazing..

if it got me where I wanted to go in life then i'd have them done tomorrow.....or should that be again ;)

Solid Rust Twotter
25th Apr 2006, 08:28
SM

Nobody is forcing anyone to do anything they don't want to do. It's merely an opinion. If anyone feels they should be guided by the opinions of others, so be it...:rolleyes:

Capt. Queeg
25th Apr 2006, 10:12
Implants are purely for eye candy, been there (not me) had a g/f they look great....Hey Rick, I thought you swung the other way...???

You sure they weren't stitched onto ya mate's back??? ;)

:p

Hew Jaz
25th Apr 2006, 10:52
There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040 there will be a large elderly population with perky boobs and huge erections and absolutely no recollection of what to do with them............ :D

7120
25th Apr 2006, 13:46
A British company is developing computer chips that store music in women's
breast implants.
This is being considered a major break-through and will solve a perennial
problem.
The perennial problem: Women are always complaining about men staring at
their breasts and not listening to them.

panda-k-bear
26th Apr 2006, 19:03
To be honest, they don't look that good either. It's like two beach balls sitting on a girls chest, even when she lies down - with a ridge so she catches the crumbs from her sarnies. Yuk! Small and firm most definitel preferable to big and enhanced.

Vanity is a funny thing, isn't it?

G-CPTN
26th Apr 2006, 19:42
Small and firm most definitel preferable to big and enhanced.
What's wrong with BIG and firm (though not enhanced)?

panda-k-bear
27th Apr 2006, 00:33
Cos if they're big and firm and they aren't enhanced, they won't stay like that!!! Gravity and ye canna change the laws of physics, cap'n!