Beth Stern Twitter "Last Night"

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  1. boomer1976

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    36m [​IMG] TValerius ‏@valerius_t
    @BethStern maybe next time you will get to stay and watch the movie!




    36m [​IMG] lisa ‏@basser12
    @BethStern love the dress!




    36m [​IMG] Jules Scaramuzzi ‏@julesscaramuzzi
    @BethStern b4 his MELTDOWN look how gorgeous u look WOW




    15m [​IMG] Derek Alvarez ‏@dka67
    @BethStern Obviously before it all fell apart. #LookingGood




    9m [​IMG] Derek Alvarez ‏@dka67
    @BethStern Be careful when opening. Too cute! pic.twitter.com/y5wbmV0e




    3m [​IMG] Ron Zimmerman ‏@RonZimmerman_1
    @BethStern awwww....you're gorgeous and he still looks the same as he did the nite we met in 1979. what do you guys eat???!!!! love, RZ

    2m [​IMG] Comelo1976 ‏@Comelo1976



    @BethStern. Do you and Howard use the same plastic surgeon? Who's the best for the minor procedures?
     
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    Howard's wig isn't as bad as the one he wore on Kimmel.
     
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    The other one is at the Dry Cleaners . . .
     
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    Beth's turning Japanese

    I think she's turning Japanese

    I really think so
     
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    Howard sent her to Vietnam for her surgical appointments in order to save money . . .
     
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    It is hilarious that Beth has trained Howard to pose with an under bite in an attempt to hide his weak chin.
     
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    She looks a little different now than she did in 1979... but in her defense, she was only 7.
     
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    I liked how he went on today about his hair. He just turned out lucky I guess.
     
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    You mean it was a wig all along?:hilarious:
     
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    "Toni gave me a haircut" = I got a new wig.
    "I'm so lucky to have all this hair. Why would I dye it?" = I'm feeling self-conscious about the new wig with the dark tint and whether it will tilt unexpectedly like the last one.
     
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    One thing continues to puzzle me: Why didn't he choose a wig that looks even remotely like normal hair? Those weird curls just scream plastic... even though he has to have spent a fortune on that contraption.... Could he have skimped on it?!:hilarious:
     
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    She is starting to look like one of those Kabuki actors.

    FYI- In Kabuki both the male and female parts are played by men.
     
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    Better than that stupid thing he was wearing during agt. Oofa.
     
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    When they get old they get really delusional about their hair, i.e. only Burt Reynolds believed his rug was real.
     
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    Good point. In addition to this, he probably understands that doing hair prep for a wig is idiotic; so rather than getting a normal looking one, he decided to get one that looks like it has a full bottle of hair spray on + hair glue applied to each individual lock 24/7. Must look ridiculous if he ever, say, goes out jogging with it.:hilarious:
     
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    What you are looking at there is a probably a pretty severe case of Body Dysmorphic Disorder. He has tried many variations of that Zoolander pose over the years, with varying degrees of success.

    It's actually a serious condition and explains a lot of his behavior and unending therapy, and appears to be getting worse over time. I wouldn't be surprised to see it end in a Howard Hughes style meltdown.

    Common symptoms of BDD include:[citation needed]

    Obsessive thoughts about (a) perceived appearance defect(s).
    Obsessive and compulsive behaviors related to (a) perceived appearance defect(s) (see section below).
    Delusional thoughts and beliefs related to (a) perceived appearance defect(s).
    Social and family withdrawal, social phobia, loneliness and self-imposed social isolation.
    Feeling self-conscious in social environments; thinking that others notice and mock their perceived defect(s).
    Avoidant personality: avoiding leaving the home or only leaving the home at certain times.
    Dependent personality: dependence on others, such as a partner, friend or family.
    Problems initiating and maintaining relationships (both intimate relationships and friendships).
    Repetitive behavior (such as constantly (and heavily) applying make-up; regularly checking appearance in mirrors; see section below for more associated behavior).
    Perfectionism (undergoing cosmetic surgery and behaviors such as excessive moisturizing and exercising with the aim to achieve an ideal body type and reduce anxiety).
    Compulsive behaviors

    Common compulsive behaviors associated with BDD include:

    Attempting to camouflage the imagined defect: for example, using cosmetic camouflage, wearing baggy clothing, maintaining specific body posture or wearing hats.
    Use of distraction techniques to divert attention away from the person's perceived defect, e.g. wearing extravagant clothing or excessive jewelry.
    Excessive grooming behaviors: skin-picking, combing hair, plucking eyebrows, shaving, etc.
    Immotivated hostility toward people, especially those of the opposite sex (or same sex if homosexual).
    Seeking reassurance from loved ones.
    Excessive dieting or exercising, working on outside appearance.
    Comparing appearance/body parts with that/those of others, or obsessive viewing of favorite celebrities or models whom the person suffering from BDD wishes to resemble.
    Obsession with plastic surgery or dermatological procedures, often with little satisfactory results (in the perception of the patient). In extreme cases, patients have attempted to perform plastic surgery on themselves, including liposuction and various implants, with disastrous results.


    BDD can often occur with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and is regarded as an obsessive compulsive spectrum disorder along with OCD, hypochondria, trichotillomania, anorexia nervosa etc.[SUP][22][/SUP] In all these conditions the patient practices unmanageable habitual behaviors that may literally take over their life. A history of, or genetic predisposition to OCD may make people more susceptible to BDD. Other phobias like social anxiety disorder may also be co-occurring.
     
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    Do they both use the same plastic surgeon comment still up there.