I’m getting a nose job in five months. The doctor said it will only take 40 mins and will be done free of charge usually costs £5000. My nose is holding me back from jobs and social life I can’t wait to no longer be known as the guy with the big nose. Bird boy, tent nose and all the other rude insults I’ve got over the years not to mention the fights I’ve been in over it lol
-Craig

I’m getting a nose job in five months. The doctor said it will only take 40 mins and will be done free of charge usually costs £5000. My nose is holding me back from jobs and social life I can’t wait to no longer be known as the guy with the big nose. Bird boy, tent nose and all the other rude insults I’ve got over the years not to mention the fights I’ve been in over it lol

-Craig

life with my big schnoz

I first realized I had a big nose when I was 14. It’s changed me in so many ways I feel and I’ve always thought that if I just had a smaller nose, I could have accomplished so much by now. Since then, my nose has seemed to have a say in almost everything ( atleast it feels like it )…and that’s what matters…what it FEELS like! I dropped out of highschool because i couldn’t stand getting made fun of for it anymore. I hid behind hats for so many years…I would even sleep in them so people wouldn’t notice my nose while i was asleep. I wouldn’t work anywhere unless I was able to wear a hat. Whenever I was in a car, I would rest my hand against my face to hide from the vehicles beside me. I would avoid going out in public, making friends, etc. I even got into drugs and did them to *fit in*. I became an expert at taking pictures…ensuring every pic didn’t show the giganticness of my honker. The countless times I was called and asked if I was a Jew…complete strangers…adults, children…staring, pointing, embarrassing me in front of everybody!…so many nights of crying myself to sleep and feeling so alone, wishing I wasn’t so scared to commit suicide…..    

…..and here I am after the rhinoplasty. Lol. While it’s the best $9,000 I’ll ever spend, it unfortunately hasn’t changed what I’ve become. Because of my nose, I’ve become distant from everyone and everything. I had to deal with it for 15 years, and in those years, my lack of action in life has formed me into this lazy, pessimistic person. I’m a very sweet person with a good heart. I’m funny and clever and romantic…but I base everyone off stereotypes. I have no faith. My relationships don’t last because I haven’t accomplished anything and I’m not seen as good enough to stay with. I’ve missed out on what are supposed to be the best years of my life, and I want so very badly to be happy and content with things, and experience life, travel, BE SOMEBODY!…but I’ve grown careless, and I don’t even know why. I want to change myself, and I know exactly what I need to do in order for that to happen…I know how to change my entire life for the better, but I simply just don’t care enough to do it. I confuse myself so much. I wish this was all just a nightmare that I’ll wake up from. I wish I had to the courage to go through this cruel world and live my life. Every day is repetitive. Every year goes by quicker than the last. All I do is complain and I know I have the power to change it all. I just wish I cared.

-Anthony

Me and my big schnozz. I hate mine and wish I could fix it, but I don’t have the money. I feel like every time you see a picture or drawing of an attractive women she always has a cute button nose and it sucks to not fit that ideal. It definitely bothers me way more than it should. 
-Chey

Me and my big schnozz. I hate mine and wish I could fix it, but I don’t have the money. I feel like every time you see a picture or drawing of an attractive women she always has a cute button nose and it sucks to not fit that ideal. It definitely bothers me way more than it should. 

-Chey

Big nose, large forehead, poop eyes, small boobs. Oh well.
-Cordilia

Big nose, large forehead, poop eyes, small boobs. Oh well.

-Cordilia

I used to hate my nose its long and has a bump in it I’ve had it broken a few times as well which doesn’t help. as I got older I realised u don’t have to be perfect for people to think your beautiful  I like being different an I have two children and a boyfriend who tell me tthey love me everyday without me looking like your average barbie! 
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I used to hate my nose its long and has a bump in it I’ve had it broken a few times as well which doesn’t help. as I got older I realised u don’t have to be perfect for people to think your beautiful  I like being different an I have two children and a boyfriend who tell me tthey love me everyday without me looking like your average barbie! 

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My nose - side view

My nose - side view

This is my sister and I. ( I’m the one without glasses)  People used to call us the Idaho potatoe nose sisters.
We have both grown to love our beautiful noses:3 
-Kelli

This is my sister and I. ( I’m the one without glasses)  People used to call us the Idaho potatoe nose sisters.

We have both grown to love our beautiful noses:3 

-Kelli

someone recently told me that i look like effy from skins. when i really started to look at myself, the ridiculous hatred of my nose resurfaced. and here i am, in the warm embrace of this wonderful blog. you are all so beautiful. :)
the first time i realized i had a “big” nose was in the fourth grade when another kid most creatively referred to me as “big nose.” how did he come up with that one? i mean, really. this kid himself does not have a small nose, not to mention he wanted my number years later. i am mostly sicilian. my brother got my grandpa’s german button nose. and here i am with a much smaller version of my dad’s “beak.”
i wish there were more women with prominent noses on television, in books, in movies. in fact, i’m in the process of writing a book with a female protagonist who has a big nose for that reason. young girls should see a hero with a large, ethnic nose save the day and get the guy! it turns out that confidence is key. so, let’s stick our big noses in the air, smear on the war paint and laugh in the faces of those who tell us we’re not beautiful!
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someone recently told me that i look like effy from skins. when i really started to look at myself, the ridiculous hatred of my nose resurfaced. and here i am, in the warm embrace of this wonderful blog. you are all so beautiful. :)

the first time i realized i had a “big” nose was in the fourth grade when another kid most creatively referred to me as “big nose.” how did he come up with that one? i mean, really. this kid himself does not have a small nose, not to mention he wanted my number years later. i am mostly sicilian. my brother got my grandpa’s german button nose. and here i am with a much smaller version of my dad’s “beak.”

i wish there were more women with prominent noses on television, in books, in movies. in fact, i’m in the process of writing a book with a female protagonist who has a big nose for that reason. young girls should see a hero with a large, ethnic nose save the day and get the guy! it turns out that confidence is key. so, let’s stick our big noses in the air, smear on the war paint and laugh in the faces of those who tell us we’re not beautiful!

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brave enough to show my side profile i hated my nose for a long time and now im feeling a bit better about my self.. thx to you all who post here and the owner of the blog
ps; sorry for bad english and pic quality it make me look worst then real life
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brave enough to show my side profile i hated my nose for a long time and now im feeling a bit better about my self.. thx to you all who post here and the owner of the blog

ps; sorry for bad english and pic quality it make me look worst then real life

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When I was six I started to notice my bump on my nose and at first I thought that maybe it would go away.  I never got made fun of my nose until I was ten or so.  It was mostly the popular jocks that made fun of me.  So I grew self-conscious, dressed all in black and avoided walking by those people in the halls at school and felt that if I had a small nose then those people would stop making barfing sounds at me or laughing at me when I walked by, maybe even have a boyfriend in high school.  Younger kids started to make fun of me and even my cousins little siblings started calling me “big nose” and “Pinocchio” or “Pelican nose” you name it.  It hurt so much and I cried about it but to this day I still look away from people, afraid they’ll comment or yell at me but looking at now…I have an awesome husband who thinks I’m beautiful, an awesome job at a school (I thought the kids would make fun of my nose but surprisingly to me, they don’t even notice) and I am learning to be self confident (slowly) and I have amazing friends that have been with me from the very start, big nose or not so a big nose did not hold me back from life, it was those that made fun of me and they have their own insecurities.  I am so glad that there are people out there that I can relate to like on this post.  I know that I am not alone.
-Kiah

When I was six I started to notice my bump on my nose and at first I thought that maybe it would go away.  I never got made fun of my nose until I was ten or so.  It was mostly the popular jocks that made fun of me.  So I grew self-conscious, dressed all in black and avoided walking by those people in the halls at school and felt that if I had a small nose then those people would stop making barfing sounds at me or laughing at me when I walked by, maybe even have a boyfriend in high school.  Younger kids started to make fun of me and even my cousins little siblings started calling me “big nose” and “Pinocchio” or “Pelican nose” you name it.  It hurt so much and I cried about it but to this day I still look away from people, afraid they’ll comment or yell at me but looking at now…I have an awesome husband who thinks I’m beautiful, an awesome job at a school (I thought the kids would make fun of my nose but surprisingly to me, they don’t even notice) and I am learning to be self confident (slowly) and I have amazing friends that have been with me from the very start, big nose or not so a big nose did not hold me back from life, it was those that made fun of me and they have their own insecurities.  I am so glad that there are people out there that I can relate to like on this post.  I know that I am not alone.

-Kiah