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By redisnotmycolor - / Monday 16 November 2009 01:46 / United States
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  kozmikstarz  |  0

Yep, FAKE. So you used a makeup sponge that hard that it scratched you? Oh and when it hurt (because glass scratching your face should hurt) you just kept on going? YDI for being that stupid then.

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  Lawlipop  |  3

ACTUALLY, if they were very thin scratches, she might not have felt anything. You've never nicked yourself with a razor, have you? Unless I do so in a very sensitive area, I never feel it and so don't notice until I see blood. And also, I've seen a lot of people really rub that stuff in. I personally only ever use a little eyeliner and mascara, and can't understand WHY people rub it in like that, but some definitely do.

By  Luffy_Lee  |  0

Sounds way to fake... He broke a mirror for crying out loud, you would so see the pieces!!! Please people when you put stuff on here please be truthful! Its more fun and it doesnt make the rest of us think you a reject that needs to make up rubbish!

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  Flutist  |  3

He could have shattered it and cleaned up the big pieces but not noticed it in her make up case. But I wonder, wouldn't you have noticed that you were bleeding. Most people look in the mirror. So unless you tried to speed through make up, then I think you would only have it on part of your face. Even then, it will heal. Unless it scars you forever or your skin falls off, then its not that big of an FML>

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Tiny bits of glass or glass dust would be impossible to notice and clean up. Ever wonder why fiberglass insulation is so itchy and irritating and can give you a rash when you touch it? Yea, that would be because it's made of woven glass, and tiny TINY little spikes and shards can stick out and dig into your skin. Same principle here...the glass bits were so small they weren't visible, but they were still sharp enough to cut like razor blades. Mirror breaks, scattering glass dust all over the place. Glass dust gets onto and into makeup sponge. Girl uses sponge on face. Face gets carved up. Plausible enough for ya?

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And flutist, it's possible for it not to bleed for a while, until she moves a facial muscle. If the cuts were made by thin, microscopic pieces of glass, they might not have started bleeding right away, until the skin was pushed away from the wounds...like paper cuts. You might not see or feel them right away, but when you take a shower later and your skin softens up, they hurt like hell.

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