MyFreeImplants website - free boob job??

MyFreeImplants website - free boob job??

Joined: May 11th, 2005, 9:32 pm

May 11th, 2005, 9:58 pm #1

Hi yall, I just came across this forum while doing a search for breast implants. I don't like the way
mine look out of the bra and I was wondering if anyone has heard of or tried the Free Breast Implants @ MyFreeImplants.com.

I know there's no such thing as a free lunch, but I'd be willing to take before/after pics for a set of nice boobs. Any information anyone has would be helpful!
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Adelle
Adelle

May 11th, 2005, 11:43 pm #2

Sounds great, but what's the catch? I mean, this isn't like getting your car fixed at the highschool body shop. And I hear that the nerves to the nipples are often cut so that they don't work anymore and I LIKE it when someone plays with my nipples. It's like neck kisses only more intense. It's nice to get the body you want but just be careful.
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Joined: May 11th, 2005, 9:32 pm

May 12th, 2005, 12:33 am #3

I filled out their form to request more info, I'll let you know what they say. The website says:

"When you join MyFreeImplants as a model, you have complete control over how much or how little you participate in the online community. Obviously the more participation -- the sooner you are able to reach your ultimate goal of free breast implants."

So it looks like you do some photoshoots and then guys (or gals) can make donations to you towards your surgery.

More about the free breast implants & how it works on their website.

Not a bad idea... as long as your not morally against that kinda thing

-Sam
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JB
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May 12th, 2005, 2:05 am #4

Hi yall, I just came across this forum while doing a search for breast implants. I don't like the way
mine look out of the bra and I was wondering if anyone has heard of or tried the Free Breast Implants @ MyFreeImplants.com.

I know there's no such thing as a free lunch, but I'd be willing to take before/after pics for a set of nice boobs. Any information anyone has would be helpful!
I think people should just be happy with the the body parts with which they had at birth, unless they are deformed or something, then I could understand reconstructive surgery. Also, if something is too big, I can understand making it smaller in order to be more comfortable.

Look at the registration information for the domain in question, very suspicious. How do we know it isn't some fetishist just wanting to get a peek at women's breasts?

If it sounds too good to be true, it generally is too good to be true.

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May 12th, 2005, 2:21 am #5

JB, you said that you "understand making it smaller in order to be more comfortable"

How can you not understand making it bigger to be more comfortable then? If someone is uncomfortable with small breasts and the option is there to increase the size, then it seems that by your logic... it should be OK, and you would approve!

Not that I need validation from a complete stranger online, but I just see flaws in your reasoning. I value other peoples opinions and views... but in the end it's my happiness that is in jeopardy.
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Adelle
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May 12th, 2005, 2:22 am #6

I filled out their form to request more info, I'll let you know what they say. The website says:

"When you join MyFreeImplants as a model, you have complete control over how much or how little you participate in the online community. Obviously the more participation -- the sooner you are able to reach your ultimate goal of free breast implants."

So it looks like you do some photoshoots and then guys (or gals) can make donations to you towards your surgery.

More about the free breast implants & how it works on their website.

Not a bad idea... as long as your not morally against that kinda thing

-Sam
Me worried about posing topfree or nude? Not likely. Nothing wrong with a beautiful body (and all bodies are beautiful some way, well mostly) and if you have the confidence to do pics, go for it. But I got to agree with JB on the "to good to be true" thing. As far as enhancements are concerned, that is up to the individual. Good or bad, the decision is yours. Isn't freedom of choice wonderful?
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May 12th, 2005, 2:30 am #7

I think people should just be happy with the the body parts with which they had at birth, unless they are deformed or something, then I could understand reconstructive surgery. Also, if something is too big, I can understand making it smaller in order to be more comfortable.

Look at the registration information for the domain in question, very suspicious. How do we know it isn't some fetishist just wanting to get a peek at women's breasts?

If it sounds too good to be true, it generally is too good to be true.
HAHA! I doubt its a fetish site. With the amount of free pornography available on the internet I cant image why someone would need to create a website just to peek at some boobs! Looks to me like the website is a new service that is just getting started. Time will tell if its the real deal.
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Joined: May 11th, 2005, 9:32 pm

May 12th, 2005, 2:33 am #8

Me worried about posing topfree or nude? Not likely. Nothing wrong with a beautiful body (and all bodies are beautiful some way, well mostly) and if you have the confidence to do pics, go for it. But I got to agree with JB on the "to good to be true" thing. As far as enhancements are concerned, that is up to the individual. Good or bad, the decision is yours. Isn't freedom of choice wonderful?
It sure is!

For all of Americas faults... its still a pretty darn good place to live. But now we have ventured into a tangent!

=)
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JB
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May 12th, 2005, 4:10 am #9

JB, you said that you "understand making it smaller in order to be more comfortable"

How can you not understand making it bigger to be more comfortable then? If someone is uncomfortable with small breasts and the option is there to increase the size, then it seems that by your logic... it should be OK, and you would approve!

Not that I need validation from a complete stranger online, but I just see flaws in your reasoning. I value other peoples opinions and views... but in the end it's my happiness that is in jeopardy.
Women who have large breasts have told me that they wish they had smaller ones, that large ones are uncomfortable for their back and that they have to wear the bras that have wires and the wires dig in. I don't know whether they need the bras but they think they do. I can't imagine that having small breasts would be physically uncomfortable and if they are not comfortable with smaller breasts for other reasons, maybe their mindset is the problem.
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Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

May 12th, 2005, 12:25 pm #10

Women with small breasts may not be physically uncomfortable, but they are psychologically uncomfortable in a society where breasts are equated with femininity.
I'm not saying it should be like that, but it is like that.
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