Living in Los Angeles, I have been around plastic surgery.

The other day at the gym I was watching Kathie Lee Gifford speak.

I look at her 65-year-old face. I look at her 65-year-old body. And I think to myself, that’s a nice body, but what is that alien doing on it.

You look at Joan Rivers, when she was alive. You look at Burt Reynolds.

Look at Cher.

Look at all the women who don’t want to age, and they fuck with their face.

They look like aliens.

Look at them side by side.

What’s the difference?

All these women that don’t want to age look like an alien’s first-born daughter.

They’re like a cross between human and alien.

Let’s not even talk about the things that people do to the rest of their bodies.

Instead of going and working out and losing the weight the right way, they’d rather go get massive liposuction, have six to eight weeks off, and then when they’re finally able to work out again, the fat, from sitting around on their ass, for six to eight weeks has deposited somewhere else.

Of course they get frustrated, and then, the next year they go back to the plastic surgeon’s office and get that off which in turn makes the fat move to the next area. Google it. You’ll see I’m right. It’s amazing how many people would rather take the plastic surgery shortcut than actually do the hard work.

All plastic surgery does is give you a reason to be lazier.

If you’ve got the money you just think, well, a little nip, a little tuck here, I’ll be fine.

But the problem is a little nip, and little tuck there makes the fat not come back to the spot where it was, it makes the fat go to the next spot. You’ll just be nip, tucking your entire life away. That’s the reason why plastic surgeons are some of the wealthiest people I know in southern California.

It comes from the pursuit of perfection. I think people need to understand that there is no such thing as perfection. If you want to have a perfect body, work your body out so your body is the perfect body for you. It may not be perfect. It may not look like it was sculpted by Dr. Michael Angelo.

But at least it’s your body that you worked hard and UL appreciate it for. It’s something I’ve always said with people, people who take shortcuts don’t appreciate it, and tend to not sustain the shortcut.

That’s the same reason why people who steal courses from the Internet and don’t pay for them tend to not watch them and benefit from them because they didn’t pay anything for it.

You only appreciate what you put a lot of effort or hard work into. That’s how you appreciate things. That’s how you grow and that’s how you actually get what you want in life.

Plastic surgery is a shortcut that literally makes you come back time and time again. It’s no different than any of the other shortcuts that people tend to take.