Video

This Plastic Surgery Meme Has Fooled The World And Ruined An Innocent Model’s Life


If you enjoyed this article or learned something new, please don't forget to SHARE it with others so they have a chance to enjoy this free information. This article is open source and free to reblog or use if you give a direct link back to the original article URL. Thanks for taking the time to support an open source initiative. We believe all information should be free and available to everyone. Have a good day and we hope to see you soon!

The internet is probably the most dangerous place on earth. Numerous lives have been ruined here, mainly because of cyber bullying. I guess most of us who enjoy the internet have been blinded, tricked, ridiculed, and faked on by what we’ve seen in the cyber world. Such is the story of a model whose life was ruined just because of a fake meme.

In early 2004, this plastic surgery meme began circulating around the web, attached to it is a story from a local tabloid about a husband who divorced and sued his wife for having “ugly” children. He found out she had plastic surgery before they met and deceive him with her fake beauty.

The clinic’s ad showed a beautiful couple and their “average-looking” children, captioned: “The only thing you have to worry about after plastic surgery is explaining it to your children.”

Yes, it was just an advertisement and the children were photoshopped into their “ugly” versions. The ad aims to promote beauty, but has turned someone’s life into a nightmare.

Popular Topics

Sponsored Ad

Related Posts

Sponsored Ad

Most Popular

Copyright © 2017 Christandyou.com, All Rights Reserved.

All information, data, and material contained, presented, or provided on christandyou.com is for educational purposes only.
It is not to be construed or intended as providing medical or legal advice. Decisions you make about your family's healthcare are important and should be made in consultation with a competent medical professional. We are not physicians and do not claim to be. Any views expressed here-in are not necessarily those held by christandyou.com
To Top