The videos about “Cat Man” and “Lizard Man” on YouTube give an insight into the lives of Dennis Avner and Eric Sprague. They both underwent several surgeries in order to look like animals: the first one wants to resemble a tiger and the latter a lizard. According to Jones, in makeover culture, people usually undergo plastic surgeries in order to become “normal” or “improve themselves”. However, “Cat Man” and “Lizard Man” can be considered as counter-examples. They are trying to differentiate themselves from the mass what in my opinion, makes them “abnormal” in the eyes of other people. At this point one could ask why they are pushing themselves into “abnormality”. I think that people who want to be “normal” with the help of plastic surgery are mainly concerned to satisfy their social surrounding. For example, the decision of a woman to get breast implants only reflects the expectations of others. Even if she states, she is going to have surgery just for herself, this particular wish of hers arose under the influence of society. However, through their body modifications, people like Cat Man and Lizard Man are primarily concerned to content themselves. So I think that this particular form of plastic surgery in contrast to the others can be seen as an expression of independence and liberation. In other words, the decision to become “abnormal” somehow symbolizes freedom.