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    I have a skin graph on one foot where I spilt boiling fat on my foot as an 8 year old, a scar on my knee from the only time I ever went roller skating, the donor region & an other scar on my thigh, mole on my bikiki line, mole on my back, a scar on my kneck where I got something froxen off, my BCD scar on my shoulder, and a scar from minor surgery under my arm. Some stichesh under my bottom lip where I put my top set of teeth through my lip when I fell at ice skating.

    As for proportions, I would say my left face is perkier than my right... I can do the whole james bond one eye brow raised thing... my right face is very similar but I can see minor differences.

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    The poster of the movie "Orphan" took a picture of the girl's face, used only half of it, and the mirror image of that for the other side. The idea was that perfect symmetry looks creepy. So while symmetry is supposed to mean you're pretty, you don't want to be too symmetrical.

    http://moviegoods.vox.com/library/po...ly-creepy.html

    That's the theory, at least. I'm not sure how much creepiness the extreme symmetry really adds. In any case, my point is that you don't really want to be 100% free of "body abnormalities".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    One time I scanned in my driver license photo and cropped one half of my face, copied it, and flipped over horizontally to create two even imagess of the same proportions. I didn't like it. Then I did it for the other side. I didn't like it either. So now, I am OK being lopsided.
    Funny. I did that with a picture of myself too... and both images creeped me out a bit.
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    In terms of bone structure, I don't think so, but due to imbalanced muscular development, I have a larger right bicep. What's strange is, contrary to what you might expect, I have a larger left pectoral muscle. I'm not sure why this happened.

    My real oddity is my ribcage. It's unusually convex. Also, the lower parts, instead of being mirrored, are rather asymetrical. It's a bit hard to explain if you haven't seen it.

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    One of my eyes naturally squints a bit more than another.
    I hate it, I'd rather be symmetrical, but am not sure how to fix it.
    That's one of those odd things I find attractive in women.
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    Biology doesn't seem to have more than an on-off relationship with symetry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    Biology doesn't seem to have more than an on-off relationship with symetry.
    This true, but there is still a certain range of typical symetry, which makes it so forms outside of that range are conspicuous. I can, for example, tell that my rib cage is unusually asymetrical. It is outside of that range.
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    I have a blue birthmark on my ass. Genghis Khan is my grandpa.

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    facial symmetry always amuses me... here is a site that shows the whole L/L, R/R thing with several celebrity faces

    I do have a dent on one side of my nose which is imperceptable to most people, but quite noticable to me
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    I was born with one kidney.

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    I sucked my thumb until I was almost 13, and while I sucked it the skin on the joint was raised. It never completely healed.

    Me and my brother have identical scars over our left eyes. It makes me look gangsta; I just hit my face on a table as a kid.

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