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    I have age spots. Does that count?

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    Wow this is the funniest thread I've read for a while.
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    on the right side of my neck, I was accused often by tactless people of having a hickey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JiffyBear
    I WANNA BIRTHMARK!
    No worries JiffyBear, I don't have one either....

    Maybe we could draw one somewhere?
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    It's not there any more, but my mom tells me that when I was a baby I had a birthmark right on my behind. She didn't know what it was at first, and when she'd change me she'd try to wipe it off, thinking it was poop. Heh.
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    I have two birthmarks, if you can believe it. One is on top of my midthigh shaped like the largest of the great lakes connected to eachother. My mom has the same one, too. The other is on my stomach right under my last rib on the right side of my body. It just looks like a small oval.
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    Okay, this is kind of funny. When I was born, I had a VERY pronounced bright red mark on my forehead. It looked like the poor man's version of those lovely red dots on the foreheads of Indian women (I don't know the actual name, so forgive me. I'm not trying to be insensitive by calling them "dots".) That, coupled with the fact that my head was weirdly misshapen at birth, thanks to a doctor with less than a gentle touch giving me a conehead for my first 6 months, meant that I was such an atrociously ugly infant that my mom didn't even buy those hospital infant pictures. She told me many years later that she didn't want to watch people lie about "Oh, your baby is so cute."

    That's okay, though. My head eventually rounded out and the birthmark eventually faded. Although to this day, if you look *really* close at my forehead, you can still sort of see it. But really, is anyone going to get that close to my forehead? I'm hoping not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TK421
    It's not there any more, but my mom tells me that when I was a baby I had a birthmark right on my behind. She didn't know what it was at first, and when she'd change me she'd try to wipe it off, thinking it was poop. Heh.
    Maybe it was from a spanking.

    I used to have a faint red area on my forehead in between my eyes. As I grew older it faded until it disappeard. I heard that some babies get that.

    Maybe I can get Jiffy Bear and Wyndemere a birthmark for Christmas.

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    Just inside the hairline, on the back of my head, opposite where my right ear is. (its raised so I can feel it, and large enough that I have to be careful as to what haircuts I get).
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    Senrik, I hope it doesn't involve numbers! Just kidding.

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