Reviewed by Michael Smith on December 17, 2015

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SUBJECT 1: 31 years ago, I never thought I would be standing before a camera talking about my breast implants.

[LAUGHS]

SUBJECT 2: My appointment was at 11 o'clock, started me with an IV.

SUBJECT 3: I took two different pills and it made me really loopy.

SUBJECT 1: The aftermath of anesthesia is tough for some people. It wasn't that tough for me.

SUBJECT 2: And then the next thing I know, it's 4 o'clock, and I'm coming out of surgery, and I'm putting my clothes and I'm leaving. It's all a blur.

SUBJECT 3: It felt like I had two bricks on my chest. I just wanted to hunch over like this. I couldn't do anything for probably a week.

SUBJECT 1: It hurt just to even get off the sofa. And forget about raising the arms or anything like that.

SUBJECT 3: They looked horrible, and I cried, and cried, and cried. Because I mean, it's common sense, but no one told me that they were going to swell and look horrible before it got better.

SUBJECT 1: What they didn't tell me was that they would be so much fun. [CHUCKLES] Because they're awesome.

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