Definition of the word: Implanto-Dimples
Implanto-Dimples - Since the early 20th century, dimples have been considered exceedingly adorable, though scientists and philosophers still have no credible theories as to why. Rather than continue trying to understand this epidemic, humanity instead opted in the 22nd century to embrace the phenomenon, dedicating resources instead to understanding how to fabricate dimples artificially and commercialize their findings. Overnight a multi-billion dollar industry of aftermarket dimples sprung up, making even the most homely appear slightly more attractive due to their newfound cheeky indentations. Implanto-dimples are implemented by slicing open the cheek from the inside and installing a stiff metal staple. The procedure generally takes about three minutes and is typically performed on an inpatient basis, but in many clinics it is also offered at the drive-through.
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