Seinlanguage - Chapter 2, Personal Maintenance Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Personal Maintenance Summary and Analysis

The Upkeep. Seinfeld finds it amazing how a woman can wax her legs but still be afraid of spiders while men are more interested in transplanting their hair rather than removing it. There are lots of cosmetic surgeries available to people today, including liposuction and rhinoplasty. Seinfeld finds the name rhinoplasty a misnomer, an insult to the patient who wants a large nose fixed. Seinfeld has never had plastic surgery, though he has given urine samples quite often, always concerned with the needed amount. Seinfeld also finds he is competitive with physical tests, wanting to prove he can do better than anyone else. Medical science continues to make so many advances, that Seinfeld predicts one day there will be commercials in which people will show how they saved themselves from a heart attack. Seinfeld cannot find what...

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