After 15 Surgeries & Removing 6 Ribs, Woman’s Cartoon Pursuit Goes TOO FAR

This woman is super obsessed with being a cartoon character that she has undergone over 15 surgeries to obtain her ideal physique, including the removal of six of her ribs. Although she feels happy with how she appears, many people believe her obsession has taken things too far.

Pixie Fox before her surgeries

Twenty-five-year-old Pixie Fox from Sweden has always wanted to resemble cartoon character Jessica Rabbit. Although most people are aware that this particular character is fictional, Pixie feels that she needed to be the first real-life version of the attractive character.

She has since made every effort to make that dream a reality.

Pixie Fox after her nose surgery

Pixie recovering from the 5-hour surgery to remove six ribs

After spending nearly $120,000 dollars on plastic surgery, Pixie finally feels like she’s almost to her goal. She has had four rhinoplasties to sculpt her nose, four breast augmentations, an operation on her upper eyelids, two rounds of liposuction, injectable fillers in her lips and cheeks, a butt lift and even a labiaplasty to achieve a “designer vagina,” according to Daily Mail. Going even further to achieve her goal, she’s removed six ribs to obtain a small figure with a record-breaking 14-inch waist.

Before the removal of her ribs.

After the removal of ribs.

“People often come up to me and say, ‘Don’t take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon,’ but for me that’s a compliment, that’s what I want to achieve,” Pixie explained, according to Viral Thread. “Those cartoon characters represent the idealization of the female body. I want to have the tiny waist, the butt, big boobs, big eyes, and a really pretty face. Having my ribs removed was just another step in achieving that ideal.”

Her rib operation was an irreversible procedure that many surgeons wouldn’t perform, but after extensive research, Pixie was able to find a doctor named Barry Eppley in Indianapolis who agreed to perform the surgery. “Getting my ribs removed has always been a dream of mine, but it was really hard, almost impossible, to find a surgeon to do it,” she explained. “The only reason I have been able to do it now is that doctors finally started taking me seriously. They can see I’m not a crazy person and that I know what I’m doing.”

Since Pixie’s transformation, the woman has moved to North Carolina and is no longer recognizable as the person she used to be. To help prepare for the next round of surgeries in 2016, she works out daily for up to four or five hours and mainly eats smoothies made out of vegetables, fruits, and nuts, considering how more dense food is uncomfortable for her to eat due to her self-inflicted condition.

“There are six billion people on the planet. Why should everyone look the same? It’s boring.” Pixie admits. “I’m not unhappy with the way I look now. I just enjoy tweaking it.”

It seems that her tiny waist, large cleavage, and impossibly large lips have allowed her to feel like she just stepped out of a cartoon and is the first real-life Jessica Rabbit. Although she feels proud of who she’s becoming, I feel inclined to tell all women to learn to love yourself as God created you. The way you were designed was for a plan and for some reason, I can’t imagine that plan would be to replicate a cartoon character.