IllTakeOutTheTrash on May 22nd, 2020 at 18:26 UTC »
I knew a guy with a nose like on the left and it really negatively affected his breathing.
that’s not always the case, obvs, but if they’re happier with their nose now, regardless, live and let live.
eta: just want to reiterate, that I understand this is not always the case, and you can have your septum repaired without an additional rhinoplasty. And you can also have a rhinoplasty without ever having had an issue with your breathing.
10000_Spoons_Irony on May 22nd, 2020 at 18:29 UTC »
Feeling less bad about my glorious Greek nose.
oceanicganjasmugglin on May 22nd, 2020 at 18:33 UTC »
I have a bump on the ridge of my nose that I hated for as long as I can remember, and I’ve always wanted to get a nose job. But a few years ago I realized that my mom and her dad (my late grandpa) have the same nose shape, and they are two of the best people I’ve ever known. So now I am learning to like my nose because it comes from two incredible people! People can do whatever makes them happy, of course, and there might have been underlying health issues, but I hope more people can learn to love their unique features
Edit: thank you for the award, friend! Also, I am enjoying reading everyone’s comments; you are all lovely, inside and out