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Good to hear, 12. Still upset that I missed the "dick is as icky as a tick" pun, though. Thought of it 2 minutes after posting. XD

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Never have I heard either of those two words used so frequently in a conversation, or together in not one, but multiple sentences.

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Well, no. They can live in an area that is not a habitat for ticks, or may have never been exposed to ticks, just like me and many others.

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Yea ive only seen pictures. Im sure we have them where i live but all ive ever seen is fleas

I would've asked to see it myself before going to the doctor, that way I can evade such situations. Quite useful, try it out.

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You'd be surprised. Last time i was at the doctor to have a couple moles checked out (skin cancer runs in my family), the doctor found one on my upper back thigh i didn't know about. Some places are just hard to examine. Believe me, there's a surprising chance there may be places on your own body you have never actually seen

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"It's like you're my mirror My mirror staring back at me" #15 That's different. It was a place pin-pointed out. The OP knew exactly where to look? And I'm sure once the doctor showed you, you looked at the spot he was speaking about. Any part of me, could be seen with a mirror plus a hand held one. If there was something growing on me, even if I thought it was just a mole, I'd like to see what my husband was talking about. :P

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why would you use mirrors when we live in a world that has cameras and smartphones?

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