Boys with botox
Here's a question for you guys and girls:
Botox on men: yay? Or nay?
Like myself, I'm sure many of you watch 'Take Me Out', right? Well, even if you don't, do read on:
I was watching Saturday's episode, when a single, sexy, Irishman came out to pick a lady.
"Well!", I thought to myself, "isn't he a charming young Irishman?"
He had terrible jeans on, and even worse shoes (white cowboy boots) to be honest, but, as I then went onto 'tweet' (I'm on Twitter by the way: @_sarahmorris_ for anyone who wants to heckle me from time to time):
"Well, hello sexy single Irishman on #takemeout. Terrible jeans, but we can get rid of those ;) "
- naughty, I know, but at that point I was quite taken by this one. Dress sense is always something that can be improved on, after all.
We then found out his job was basically selling hair transplants to men. Not really my thing, but hey, it was good enough for Rooney and he's truly blossoming in the hairy head department now.
Then however, we heard from his best friend: "he likes botox".
WOAH there! BOTOX? On a MAN? Let me know if any of you disagree, but what man needs to have botox? Especially one in their twenties? The guy was younger than me as it was!
Now, I'm sorry, but I've seen that pearly 'sheen' that comes with a heavily botoxed, frozen face, on a woman before, and let me tell you, it looked bizarre. Particularly when you had to look closely to be able to decipher whether she was trying to smile, grimace, frown, or attempt any other facial expression for that matter. I certainly don't want to see botox on my man.
Unless you have incredibly deep crumples, a la Gordon Ramsay (who I actually still find strangely attractive both with and without said 'crumples'), then I'm afraid it's a big "no likey" from me.