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By CantBlink / Monday 16 July 2012 18:25 / United States - Jersey City
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By  TheJester12  |  13

It's okay by the end of the day you'll have broken some kind of guiness worded record for the longest held stare as well as creeped the shit out of everyone around you :)

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  k_ninjaa  |  9

what?

By  TheJester12  |  13

It's okay by the end of the day you'll have broken some kind of guiness worded record for the longest held stare as well as creeped the shit out of everyone around you :)

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  seanc722  |  2

One reason why they might wear sunglasses inside. Something my uncle did. Got prescription sunglasses and forgot his reg. glasses. So either not see or look like a douche.

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  downtime  |  12

Ah the problems teenagers face. How I wish I could go back to those ages where having a pimple on my eyelid could be considered a big deal, rather than a minor irritation.

By  brohamas16  |  7

Haha sounds like you have the rest of your day planned out

By  Fruitmonster2  |  15

Then use a needle and pop it slowly? e.e

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  kocoman500  |  2

120- 13's sarcasm was obvious; your joke was just shit

By  OhhChelseaaa  |  0

It's not a pimple, dumb fuck. It's a stigh.

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  tatteduplette  |  8

#18 what is a stigh? really? look it up! sheesh.

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  iheartstewie7  |  5

It's actually spelled stye. It's like a pimple but it can take way longer to go away. It's usually from dirty makeup, not cleaning properly, & rubbing your eyes, leading to a blocked oil gland. Try getting lots of sleep & eating flax seeds. There was a girl at my school that had it for over a month..so try and fix it.

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  cvspooner  |  1

Actually, you're the dumb fuck. Styes are on the inside. If its on the outside it is a pimple.

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  Sielune  |  8

They're basically two sides of the same coin. Both are involved with dead skin cells blocking sebaceous glands, and a bacterial infection in the blocked area. You could say that when you get a blockage of the apocrine sweat glands or the sebaceous (oil) glands along the eyelashes resulting in a bacterial infection, it is a stye, sty, or hordeolum. Not a "stigh." Elsewhere, it can generally be considered a pimple. If this bacterial infection is on the hood of OP's eyelid (on the part that becomes exposed when you close your eyes), I would say that it was a pimple. I have gotten these once or twice. If it is on the edge of OP's eyelid along the eyelashes (as described above), I would say it is a stye.

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  jellycorn  |  13

Erm.. If we're still on the topic of getting rid of styes, the woman in the pharmacy told me to just put warm water on a cotton ball or something and hold it on the eye. If this is helpful. It seemed to work, anyway.

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