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  1. #26

    Default Re: scars

    Ahhh..I loved each and everyone of your answers. I too agree, stretch marks and scars are a part of us. Anyone comments, looks throughly at, or closely, you dont need them. We are who we are!

  2. #27

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    Haven't posted much, but if you are happy and comfortable with yourself, then others you want to be with will be happy with you too. Some of us old geezers worked hard to get to this point and earned those scars, stretch marks and other exciting topics of discussion - with the right persons.

  3. #28

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    Show me someone without a scar, and I will show you someone that is too young to be doing this.

    I have a long scar on my leg, a scar that was once a hole in my chin where my teeth went through in a car wreck, and a wonderful scar from a tummy tuck that got rid of the scar from the c-section.

    I have some emotional scars, too.

    It's all just part of the total package, and not a definition. I really try hard not to define myself or others by their defects.

    Cheers, Sue

  4. #29

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    They all tell a story, and are part of who you are, which, IMO makes them beauty marks.

  5. #30

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    Neither of us are turned on by them, but definitely not turned off either, they're just there. If I (Mr. TP2) feel uncomfortable at all it's because I feel like the woman might be really self-conscious about them and that I need to stay away from that area entirely just to be safe. But if they've got the C-section scar, I really love to be kissing that area and don't like missing out because of the way I'm feeling about it. Oh well.

  6. #31

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    Scars are to the body as personality quirks are to the character; they give us our uniqueness, help define our individuality (who NEEDS tatoos anyway?). Never saw one that offended me in any way, and I doubt seriously I'll ever meet the Bride of Frankenstein. Besides, there's a certain restraining influence.....if I ever made the mistake of pointing out someone else's imperfections, they'd have a field day with mine.

    I think it's safe to say, get naked and forget the scars, they're only landmarks.

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