What's your view on stretch marks? Are you irritated by it.
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You are just saying it cos he's your Ex now.
Bet you didn't think it was that horrible when the going was good between you guys. Abi na lie?
But now your "ex looks like de zebra all over back and sholders, he thought he was sexy to all woman kind, looks like alien, eyes far apart".
But what can i say? Tsk tsk
Stretch marks are unavoidable- even for men!! Though stretch marks get level o!!
E get the type u go see on top fat women, especially on their flabby arms. Those type are majorly disgusting cos it looks like a quack doctor performed a surgery and bailed on you halfway through.
And there are some that aren't all that bad. They aren't a horror to behold, but they have no business being there in the first place. U dig?
And yeah, women are more affected. What with their weight gain/loss, puberty, pregnancy, menopause, plus all those many issues associated with women.
O boy i don't envy you guys at all o
There are different type of stretch marks. I recently noticed small on my thighs. . .I'm running to go and get BIO OIL tomorrow. I hear it's good for marks. See free advert, lol.
Ther's also the type that looks like the person was cut with a knife! It's usually seen in fat women, on their arms. I really dont like that type and think the "affected" pple shld cover it up rather than make us see it! Cos I'd definitely cover up if it were me.
But then, stretch marks are inevitable and natural. The degree just varies and women are most commonly affected.
Any man who thinks it's consequential in a relationship must be a joker. If u like marry a model, after she gives birth she will most likely have some.
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eeeh, i recall when i was a swimming instructor, most of my male students developed stretch marks during the course of the lessons especially those who attended the gym as well. Anything to extend the elasticity of the skin. In most cases they are permanent and very few fade away. I mean like very few, but laser makes a greater difference.