People often complain on here that some people are fake - they are two faced, they lie, they talk about you behind your back and they pretend to be someone who they are not. They are dishonest and they therefore make bad friends.
Also, people complain about people who are fake - fake hair, fake nails, fake boobs, fake faces. Some people say it looks fake, but I have two things to suggest:
How would you know if someone is fake, when it's fake but it looks real? I have a friend with a fake chin because when she was little her chin got cut off in an accident, and I would never have guessed.
Secondly, people who are fake physically but it looks real, AND they are not fake friends. They are honest, nice people with principles. They are kind and they are loving and they want to be your friend/ boyfriend/ girlfriend. What is so bad about these people?
Do you assume that people who change their appearance to look good are automatically dishonest and evil people?
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You have several different examples going on here...
1. Fake things due to accidents/disease/deformity:
I think these are 100% fine! I have a friend who's mom had breast cancer and had a double mastectomy. Her boobs are fake and I was even told she went up in size. I don't care. It's circumstance.
2. Fake tans, hair, nails, colored contacts, elective cosmetic surgery:
THIS is the section I have a problem with. We as people aren't meant to do all the things we do to ourselves. I feel that it's not normal or natural. As for the personality, I think they aren't necessarily bad people, but insecure people who want to be something that they aren't naturally. It annoys me beyond belief that some people change their appearances in some drastic ways and expect NOT to be called fake. Because indeed, they ARE.
3. Fake, but good people.
They fall into the same category as 2. They're redeeming qualities must not be redeeming enough to warrant them leaving their natural appearance alone to let people accept them as they are. Again, they aren't bad, just deceptive. Call it what you will, a nice person with lips full of collagen is still a person with lips full of collagen.1