A German plastic surgeon met a downright ugly girl named Cany; however, he saw potential in her and decided to marry her anyway.
Can you imagine that proposal? “Cany, I find you hideously ugly. However, I see great potential in you. With a few major alterations, I can probably fall in love with you one day. Will you marry me and let me cut you up?”
Talk about taking the romance out of the moment. The amazing thing is that she said yes.
When I was in 9th grade, I tried out for my high school basketball team. I am a terrible athlete, but I loved playing basketball so I figured I’d give it a shot. At the end of the first day of tryouts, the coach sat all of us down and explained to us that he wasn’t going to just take the best basketball players. He was evaluating potential. He used me as an example. I remember his words almost verbatim nearly 20 years later:
“Some of you may be decent basketball players, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you will make the team. I am also looking at everyone’s potential. Take Martin here. He can’t walk and chew gum at the same time, but he is tall and he works hard. I see some potential.”
Let me tell you, that was not the way to motivate or inspire me. While I ultimately made the team based on my “potential,” I had a hard time respecting a coach who called me out in such a publicly embarrassing way. It wasn’t exactly the start of a beautiful relationship.
In Cany’s situation, her husband’s callous words apparently did lead to the start of something “beautiful.” I wonder if her response was, “You had me at potential.”
Cany has been married to her plastic surgeon husband/artist for more than five years now. During that time, he has performed eight different procedures to transform her into his own personal vision of beauty:
- Breast augmentation (four times)
- Buttock augmentation
- Tummy tuck
- Multiple BOTOX sessions
- Lip enhancement
- Thigh lift
He has pumped more than 1,600g of silicone into her, bringing her A-cups to a whopping F-cup. Finally, after almost $30,000 of plastic surgery, our good doctor actually fell in love with his Franken-bride.
It appears that Cany has been thrilled with the hand she has been dealt. The former waitress has now launched a modeling career, thanks to her many cosmetic enhancements which were performed for the bargain price of love.
According to the good doctor, there may still be a facelift on the horizon for Cany. Despite his vanity, our German doctor freely admits he is far from beautiful himself, and he has even received a nose job and BOTOX in order to improve his own flawed appearance.
Some people marry for love. Some people marry for money. Some people marry out of convenience. Now, it seems that some people also marry for free plastic surgery. I wonder how long it will take Cany to find a younger, more attractive man who sees her brand new body and sweeps her off her feet. After all, she may be intrigued by the prospects of dating a man who finds her attractive from the get-go.