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By sillvy / Friday 13 January 2012 09:32 / United States
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Well it's not like she could have done anything about it before her date, short of postponing it. Putting makeup on it is one of the worst things she could do, as it would hinder its ability to heal, and if it was that big, cover up would do nothing but make it look even more disgusting. Putting on any of the popular "zit zapping" creams and "medicines" beforehand will only make it redder and more noticeable, as they all work on the principle of killing bacteria or chemical e

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Oh well! Better luck next time OP. Your lucky that it was only a pimple and not anything else! I'm a mime for Pete's sake! Finding love is hard for me. Seriously, when was the last time you've seen a mime getting action? It's bad enough that we can't talk to women (or anyone else for that matter), but when you live outdoors and make your necessities out of 'imagination', it can get rough! *waves hand, starts making love to invisible mime prostitute*

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I mean he can gently bring attention to that she needs to touch up her face (concealer, etc.) than be so blatantly obvious about it and come across as rude, even if that wasn't the intention.

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How is a concealer going to help if he's already seen it? only think that's going to do is attract more attention as he'll be focusing on it more

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Not for his sake but for hers so she won't be embarrassed by others who may notice and remark about it. Better hear it from him; she already trusted him, she was willing to kiss him.

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94, If we're thinking about her sake, it would be best not to say anything. What good would it do, seeing as how she can't do anything about it? As myself and others have already said, concealing it would be counterproductive, so all pointing it out would do is make her even more self conscious. Besides, most people are not big enough douchebags to rub in what she undoubtedly already knows. Even if they were, having a flaw pointed out to you by a significant other hurts way more than coming from

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#7, I read the first line of your comment " I used to point out people's pimples" and thought I was about to read another arrow to the knee joke. Thank you for not putting me through another one of those lame jokes.

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Yeah. Especially if it was one of those dry, crusty ones from too many applications of drying zit creams. Those suckers show through no matter what type of makeup you're wearing, and even if you moisturize it before. And, of course, you can't exfoliate the dry flakes off of it either, because then the entire thing will bleed and leak out pus for ages. FYL OP. Find another guy; one that makes such a big deal about normal things like pimples and stuff isn't worth it.

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That's because that picture probably reminds you of what you did to her earlier to get her hair all messy. Lol Make-up caked on can be a turn off but a little eye liner and lip gloss can change your look a lot. Ever see a model before and after being made up? If some make up didn't make you look better than no one would wear it. But I am a fan of the natural look. (:

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Well, I mean you could think that, I'm not saying you don't... But do you want her going everywhere with that messy hair? Besides, you picked that specific time and I was stating something I've read before. Just say you think she's pretty the whole time, don't use subliminal messages!

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