I don't know what blows my mind more about this release: A) That they just completely made up this stat without any sort of proof whatsoever or B) that they misspelled "recent."
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Breast Jobs Rank Number One As The Best Graduation Gifts For Girls
As the bell rings and school lets out many high school grads are headed to the doctor’s office to recoup their graduation present.
Breast enlargements have become the most popular graduation gift in resent times, even surpassing requests for a car, as young women use the summer vacation period to go under the knife before college.
No longer are females requesting expensive jewelry, European summer vacations, or other trinkets to commemorate the completion of school. They instead wish to fulfill a long term dream of undergoing a breast augmentation and feeling more self confident.
Breast augmentation surgery is one of the most sought after cosmetic enhancements globally. Breasts are one of the only parts of the female physique which do not allow for natural improvement, shape or enhancement. You can’t change the size with diet or exercise and there is only so much you can achieve with a push-up-bra, but a breast augmentation gives a woman the chest she has always desired.
Cosmetic surgeon, Dr Lloyd Landsman, has experienced this growing trend first hand at his New York clinic.
“I have definitely had more requests for breast graduation gifts of late. This is nothing new but this type of procedures is becoming more popular among this age bracket. In the 1990’s the big thing was nose jobs, now it is breast augmentations. It’s been especially busy now that school has just let out for the summer. This is something young ladies have put a lot of thought into and discussed with their parents and then, after careful consideration, parents agree to pay for the surgery as a graduation present.”
Dr Landsman is happy to be interviewed and provide his expert medical opinion on this topic.
Wait, shouldn't he be busy right now shoving breast impants into the cavities of thousands of graduating high school seniors?