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*blink* Licked? [May. 8th, 2006|11:05 am]
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Superstition offers us a number of explanations for the appearance of birthmarks in the newborn, usually blaming them on some shock or evil influence to which the mother has been exposed during pregnancy. ( Though this is now discredited). In some cultures birthmarks are considered lucky, the mark of God, while in others they are attributed to the influence of the Devil and expectant mothers are advised to sprinkle themselves with black pepper to ensure their baby is not disfigured in this way. It is believed in some quarters that birthmarks will vanish if licked regularly by the mother in the baby’s early weeks ( A contention that is, extraordinarily enough, backed by science in certain limited circumstances.) In the USA, babies who are born with a “double” birthmark on the head are expected to travel widely and divide their lives between two continents.

[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-05-08 12:25 pm (UTC)
Ooh! Any cool ones? :)
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[User Picture]From: phekkin_nej
2006-05-16 10:38 am (UTC)
Actually...a light brown sploch on the left side of my tummy

a sploch on my left leg that is my true skin color and when I tan it doesnt so it is the only time you see it

one my left breast

one the right side of my pubic mound

the last 2 are like brown indian freckles only dime size
also the last 2 my Momma has as well in the exact same spots
also again...I love them...they have character...LOL
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2006-05-16 02:44 pm (UTC)
That's so interesting that your Mom has two of them in the same place!
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[User Picture]From: phekkin_nej
2006-05-16 11:38 pm (UTC)
I know!! I wouldnt have it any other way :)
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