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By Anonymous - / Saturday 29 December 2012 01:23 / Canada - Calgary
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If you want to be critical... There are studies that suggest 'chance' is not real and that fate is real, or at least that everything is connected and nothing happens just by some random chance.

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She can trick him by putting a rock inside the snowball, so he thinks it's not going to hurt and then.... Pow!! right in the kisser. Missing a tooth and crying like a baby.

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#9: I'm not sure why your plastic-surgeon suggestion is being voted down -- it could actually help. When a friend fell and cut her face, the emergency room called in a plastic surgeon, who stitched her wound up very, very neatly; the resultant scar is all but invisible. While this wouldn't necessarily help for a photoshoot next week, it could very well make the cut heal more quickly and cleanly, which could help for a shoot in a month or three and certainly with a later modeling career. (It could help even if the wound was long enough ago that stitches would no longer help; a plastic surgeon could at least give available options.)

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My comment was based on my own experience. While not a model, I too had a bad facial cut. I went to the ER where they got the best in-house plastic surgeon to stitch me up. You can barely see a scar.

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I thumbed this down before you edited it, my bad. And I only did so because you had just said "Get to a plastic surgeon," and I thought, "That's not going to heal OP any faster."

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