Question of the day.

Hi people. 🙂

Here’s another question for you in this little series about people we know.

Have you ever known anyone who had a birthmark in a place people could see?

My answer:

My Mum has quite a big mole on her decolletage so it maybe isn’t visible all the time but when it’s summer so you’re not completely covered up in clothes it is visible, but it’s not like particularly gross or anything or at least she doesn’t make a lot of fuss around it or isn’t uncomfortable with it so I don’t think it makes any difference for her. I have a lot of small moles all over my face, I guess it’s because my skin is like very light, which aren’t very nasty but I don’t really like it, and as far as I know my uncle on Mum’s side, who is also actually my Mum’s uncle so I don’t know whether that’s still called uncle in English, or some sort of grand uncle or whatever, anyway Olek, who is always making fun of people and seeing some embarrassing details about them, he says that that uncle has like an extremely visible and unappealing birthmark next to his lip. Well I don’t know if that’s true that it is really so so bad, but it definitely doesn’t sound cool. I also believe some people on my Dad’s side have some freckles or stuff as they are Kashubians with German descent and some even say Nordic however I don’t know where they got it from, anyway they’re still generally rather light-skinned.

How about you? 🙂


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4 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. I myself have a pretty large, raised mole on my forehead, so it’s definitely visible. I may have it removed someday, but not sure, since I’ve heard the post-removal scar may be worse.Speaking of scars, I have two large scars on either end of my shunt tubing (the shunt goes from my brain to my tummy). The one on my tummy is usually covered by clothing and the one on my scalp is covered by hair unless I cut my hair real short though.

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    1. I’ve once removed one of my moles for health reasons and one of my family members removed quite a few of her birthmarks, and neither of us has any bad scars after that, so I would assume it depends on your doctor’s abilities or on a particular case.

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