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Man on the Street: Plastic Surgery

Q: What would you think if your fiancée wanted to have plastic surgery for your wedding?

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"I wouldn't like it. God made your body the way it is, and it shouldn't be changed!"
—AARON M., 20

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"If she was that uncomfortable and we had the money, I wouldn't mind."
—MATTHEW B., 30

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"I'd tell her no. I asked her to marry me as she is. I don't want to marry another person."
—GILL F., 20

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"I would not be okay with it. Thirty years down the road, it's going to look gross."
—TYLER C., 23

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"I'd hope she wouldn't, but ultimately it's her decision."
—MEL B., 21

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Man on the Street: What would you do if your wife didn't want to have sex on your wedding night?

We hit the pavement of New York City to find out how guys would react if their wife was too tired to partake in wedding-night sex.

Q: What would you do if your wife didn't want to have sex on your wedding night?

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"That's why they make stimulants. I would run out to Starbucks for her."
—WESLEY K., 22

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"I'd be disappointed, and I'd expect something really nice the next day."
—CLAUDIO E., 25

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"It happened to me. She was wiped out, so I got drinks with my friends."
—JOHN P., 27

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"Part of being married is to understand, but honestly, that's not a good start."
—DEV P., 30

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"I don't even know what that means! She has to fulfill her duties! I just gave her my life!"
—ANDREW G., 24



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Man on the Street: The Proposal


We hit the streets of New York to get guys to confess how they feel about the bended-knee thing—if they're not doing the bending.

Q: "A woman proposing—you okay with that?"

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"It just wouldn't feel good. If you're in a relationship and she's asking, something isn't right."

—Nick N., 26

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"Totally! It would take the pressure off of me and save me the five grand on a ring."

—Matt C., 24

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"I'd feel kind of awkward. But if I were in love, it would save me the nervousness."

—Angel O., 33

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"It would be weird, but I'd get used to it. But I probably wouldn't tell my friends how it went down."

—Gabriel S., 28

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"If I loved her—great! Men always do it; it's about time a woman stepped up."

—Xavier M., 29

—Barrie Gillies, BRIDES magazine

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