Friday, November 8, 2013

Man Divorces and Sues Wife Over Plastic Surgery....

.... and af


ter three kids, that is!!


So... if you haven't heard of the man who sued his wife over the plastic surgery procedures she went through.. well, you can say you heard it here first.


A Chinese man divorced and then sued his ex-wife for giving birth to what he called an extremely ugly baby girl, the Irish Times reported.

Initially, Jian Feng accused his wife of infidelity, so sure that he could never father an unattractive child.

When a DNA test proved that the baby was his, Feng’s wife came clean on a little secret — before they met, she had undergone about $100,000 worth of cosmetic surgery in South Korea.

Feng sued his ex-wife on the grounds of false pretenses, for not telling him about the plastic surgery and duping him into thinking she was beautiful, The Huffington Post reported.

The kicker? He won. A judge agreed with Feng’s argument and ordered his ex-wife to fork over $120,000.

“I married my wife out of love, but as soon as we had our first daughter, we began having marital issues,” he told the Irish Times. “Our daughter was incredibly ugly, to the point where it horrified me.”

Source: http://cocoafab.com/man-sues-wife-over-ugly-children/#sthash.B4xBRrmM.dpuf



Uhm... when I first heard of this news (without seeing the above pic), I thought the man was ridiculously stupid for divorcing and suing his wife over ugly kids - kids who are 50% made from him!!

But after reading the news article and looking at the picture above of the entire family I could only derive these few statements...

1) Wait...the guy is quite ridiculously good looking for a Chinese man... has he had some nips and tucks too?

2) If the guy REALLY looks like that... shouldn't there be a slight bit of salvation for his kids too? I mean come on... at least one of the kids?

3)  Dude, why wait till three kids to sue?

4) Spending USD 100K on cosmetic surgery alone will enable one to restructure the entire face (possibly to even look like someone else!).. yes, the woman should at the very least be honest and upfront about her history of plastic surgeries to her husband before marrying him.
For example, I am a sucker for men with sharp facial features (particularly high nose bridge) and I'm sorry but I wouldn't be happy marrying a man with high nose bridge only to find out (after three kids!) that he initially had a flat nose. I would be mad and probably go on to damage his plastic nose. I kid you not.
Bottomline, honesty is ALWAYS the BEST policy with me. I can't say for other women but yes, it works with me.

5)  Assuming the kids still look the way they do when they are older - I reckon a minor fix of nose bridge and an eyelid surgery is enough - but they'd better make sure they inform their partners of it prior to marriage, LOL!

6) I abhor people who's had nips, tucks, surgery done to themselves and not admit it - oh puhhlease bitch... you do no justice to my original God-given nose!! Lol.



It's 10.05am Malaysian time  (GMT +8) and I've yet to sleep... yeap, stayed up the entire night... can't tell if it was the Starbucks Christmas Special Toffee Nut Frapucinno or ghost stories or extreme lethargy or headache or worrying or... whatever it is that's keeping me up.... Please leave me alone I beg of you....



Eyebrows: embroidery + drawn with eyebrow pencil
Eyes: natural with coloured contact lenses + slight eye make up
Nose: ORIGINAL OKAY!
Face shape: original 
Chin: original
Cheekbones: Original
Hair: Original 

kthanksbye.


UPDATE: The image of the family used above is that of an advertisement and not of the family mentioned in the article. Also, some news sources are saying that this entire story is fake. Despite all, my two cents worth changes not.

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