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13 Things People With Moles Know To Be True

Holy moley.

1. You have molespirations.


*m{r}ole models*

Marilyn.

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Rachel McAdams.

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Blake Lively.

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Bobby D.

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Eva Mendes.

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By extension, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling’s baby.

2. You detest mole traitors.

WHY.

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NO.

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Where is his disembodied mole now?

3. The looming fear of shaving one off is a serious impediment to your life.

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4. You have at one point in your life played connect the dots with your moles.

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5. You have nightmares about water park slide friction.

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*My precious back moles*

6. Nightmares about necklaces.

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Please don’t stab my neck moles.

7. You’ve contemplated cutting off/plucking the hair that grows out of them.

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8. But then you don’t follow through because you secretly think it adds character/you read somewhere one time that you’re not “supposed” to cut it.

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9. Or you have followed through and watched your hair grow back twice as long as before.

10. Your greatest regrets are all the times you accidentally scratched your moles.

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OW. NO. WHAT HAVE I DONE? PLEASE STILL BE ATTACHED TO MY BODY.

11. Any situation with guacamole is an opportunity to draw attention to your plentiful moles.

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Guacamoley moley—who wants to see my lower back moles!
Thanks, built-in wordplay!

12. You frequently think about what the shapes of your moles resemble.

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Wow, my mole kind of looks like [insert country].

And finally:

13. You think every single mole on your body is cancerous.

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Definitely cancerous.

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Melanoma.

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No question about it.

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Dermatologist: “Your moles are fine. Not cancerous.”

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You: “OK, so still cancerous.”

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