Yesterday my mom, my dad and I went to the house of my mom's "priestess". While my mom was talking to her priestess, a lady and my dad started to talk about random things. Then, out of the blue, the girl (who's older than me) and my dad started talking about my upcoming surgery (I'm having a orthognathic surgery done probably in May). This surgery, in my case, is not aesthetical at all. I must have this proceedure done because the muscles of my face, particularly the muscles of my cheekbones, are beginning to atrophy due to a genetic disorder. The thing is, this girl just started to say, as if she knew me, that is my fault this is happening to me because I don't smile, I don't talk, because I'm antisocial, that these proceedure is performed in people with horse faces and that no wonder my face's changed since I was a little girl (she saw pictures of me one time she came home). My father, instead of making her stop or say at least something to correct her (because not a single thing she said had something to do with my condition), encouraged her :livid: . He said that there's not an ounce of evil in my body, but that I sure am antisocial because I only drink water, and that I don't even drink coke or even less alcoholic beverages, etc. etc. Then, the last thing this girl dropped was "You don't even have facial expressions. You should get cheked. Everyone has different expressions when they move their eyebrows or something, but you look always the same". I know that she did not say these things to make me feel bad, but anyway, I'd say she was nosy and careless. Everytime I hear someone say something about someone else's body or appearance, or even when someone says something about me, I remember this scene from the Pink Panther 2, when mrs. Beringer said to Clouseau: "YOU MUST NEVER COMMENT ON A WOMAN'S BODY".