Have you been contemplating getting yourself a butt enhancement? Contemplating how to make yourself appear more attractive to the opposite sex?
The following video below which by now has gone dizzy viral may convince you to have a second think, unless of course you’ve got to do what you got to do…
dailymail.co.uk: A shocking video emerged today showing a grotesque bulge in a woman’s buttock apparently caused when her botched silicone implant ‘flipped inside out’.
Instead giving her a smooth, plump appearance, the implant has popped out and is left protruding in an ugly disc shape at the back of her cheek.
In the 20-second clip, the unidentified woman slowly manipulates it back into place while explaining: ‘This is my implant flipping backwards’.
She adds: ‘I don’t think an implant’s supposed to do that. It shouldn’t be able to flip.’
Kids part of me wants to laugh at the absurdity of it all but to be honest another part of me just wants to cry even more. Then again who can resist the allure of telling countless random youtube watchers that your butt is slowly becoming inverted and literally bent out of shape?
The video has been ‘liked’ by 278 people on Facebook and shared nearly 20,000 times.
One user, Donna Wright-Levy, commented: ‘I prefer to go harder on the squats, lunges, hamstring curls and the gluteous kickbacks…’
Kader SmileyFace said: ‘Uh!! Why would she want a bigger ass!’
Which of course raises a very interesting question, why do some women want a bigger butt? Does it have something to do with akin to having bigger breasts? Does it confirm one’s sexual prowess, or is just a cultural trend that some women can’t resist yielding to?
To date there has been some conjecture as to whether the video is actually real or not (I know, most human beings are reluctant to believe someone would willfully inflict so much pain to themselves) but according to one plastic surgeon at Aurora Clinic in the UK, BAAPS Member Adrian Richards is convinced it’s quite real. What though is boggling is who’s butt it actually is and where and how the obtuse (for a lack of better adjective) procedure actually took place.
Offers Richards: ‘…..the problem occurs when the implant is not secured firmly enough in a ‘pocket’ the surgeon creates either between the buttock and the pelvic bone or on top of the gluteus maximus.’
‘It is a complication which is relatively common following buttock implants. It shouldn’t really happen because the pocket should be snug so the implant stays where it is.
‘This lady’s implant is flat on the bottom and coned on the top, but this one has flipped over.’
Underscoring the video is the fact that many underground clinics exist simply to allow women a cheaper alternative in their need to manifest what they believe is the perfect image. Which of course raises another question, why do so many women fall victim to purported preferred body images especially when it sometimes means risking life and limb? Is a woman’s value really at the end of the day nothing more than but how appealing she looks to another man, or worse to another woman…??