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Good and “Bad” Financing Options
Have you seen the movie “Bad Teacher”? Where Cameron Diaz plays a gold-digger (Elizabeth Halsey) who is dumped by her wealthy fiancé just before their wedding, and ends up teaching junior high? Somehow, she has convinced herself that she MUST have breast augmentation to marry the man of her dreams. After learning Scott’s ex-girlfriend had large breasts, Elizabeth plans to get surgery to enlarge her breasts, believing it is the way to ‘hook him’. But, she cannot afford the $10,000 procedure. Elizabeth attempts to raise money for the surgery by participating in her 7th grade class car wash in a provocative manner and by manipulating parents to give her money for more supplies and tutoring. Another teacher even warns the principal, who does not believe that Elizabeth is embezzling.
Next, Elizabeth later learns that the teacher of the class with the highest state test scores will receive a $5,700 bonus. She changes her teaching style, but it is ‘too-little, too-late’. Elizabeth steals the state test answers by impersonating a journalist and seducing the professor who is in charge of the exams. A month later, she wins the bonus and finally has the amount she needs to get her breasts enlarged.
Now, realistically, no one needs optional breast augmentation that badly – but, many women are convinced they do. The only problem is…many cannot afford it. In the movie, Ms. Diaz’ money-raising schemes are for entertainment purposes only. Cute, but probably not very feasible…and it would take many car washes, bake sales, etc… to save up enough for a reputable surgeon.
However, there are methods of getting the breasts you want. One is checking out the financing options that are currently available through plastic surgeons. Or, you could investigate clinical trials that are trying out new procedures and products. Additionally, there are internet sites where you can sign up and compete to ‘win’ a free set. Being clever and resourceful, rather than scheming and conniving…just might pay off. But, for fun – here is a clip from the movie.
NOTE : This Article Is originally published by plasticsurgeryblog.
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