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How long after a nose job will you be able to participate in sports such as skiing?

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2009-01-07 09:05:03
2009-01-07 09:05:03

What the hell? That is a wierd question. If you ski with a nose job and you are a beginer there is a good chance you are going to fall. However if you have been skiing for a couple of years then go for it. And if you fall and screw up your face then go get another nose job. If your that rich jsut go get another nose job. And you probably aren't a good enough skier or a hard core skier if your getting a nose job. Good luck with that.

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