Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Equidistant Acne

Let's talk for a moment about organized acne formations. Sometimes, on rare occasions our acne forms a pattern on our face. I don't like it when this happens. A while back I had a red spot about an inch from the left corner of my mouth and on the other side about an inch as well in almost exactly the same direction. I would rather there be more acne but it be scattered about so as to look random. Symmetrical acne makes it seem like I acned myself on purpose, using...say...a sharpened Slim Jim or something. About two days ago I had a formation which is pictured below. Its quite bizarre because it makes a straight line, for one, and for two, the spots are equidistant, and as an added peculiarity there's a fourth dot over to the side that sort of makes an isosceles triangle. Fancy that.

So in conclusion, I don't mind having acne sometimes, though it was quite severe, back in high school. Now, since I have some acne people think I look younger than I am. It gives me youthful vibrance, but when, in that odd case, it is symmetrical or equidistant it just looks bizarre.

6 comments:

Nate said...

thats bizarre

KEV said...

so bizarre

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justfrancesca said...

way to put a positive spin on acne, AAron!

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It is a breakout in the skin which is very difficult to manage and still feel good about the face.But having them in less number is not too much of a problem I agree...take care from now onwards to control the aggravation.
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