- I wouldn't care
- I would stop talking to them
Most Helpful Guy
It would bother me at least a little. Fake boobs and face lifts bother me a LOT, though.
Most Helpful Girl
Truth is, it depends on the person. Some people are just mocked endlessly about a feature, even into adulthood and it sucks because people say things when you're young like you'll grow into it, or people will get over it, or ignore it, but when that doesn't happen and people still continue to bully you or make fun of you, it can greatly affect your life and self-esteem. I couldn't fault someone for going the surgery route if that is what they felt they needed.
Then there are those with more of a body dysmorphic disorder, where they see things that aren't there. They see a giant nose that isn't actually a giant nose, or they are the type where the one person said something one time, and it's bothered them their whole life. I wouldn't say I would be less attracted to that person physically, but maybe less inclined to become involved actually in either case, if the plastic surgery became an obsession and took over everything and they never seemed to be happy with themselves before or after surgery.