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    My bf just gave me one and it looks really obvious that that's what it is, how long will it take to go away?!
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    Depends on how deep it is, and how easily you bruise they used to take about a week on me.
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    A week or so
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    (Original post by viviki)
    Depends on how deep it is, and how easily you bruise they used to take about a week on me.
    Well given that it only took him something like five seconds, I'd say that I bruise easily! It looks quite deep too! :s:
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    Ooh I should think about a year..hehe
    It does depend really on you and him (as afore mentioned)
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    hhmm try toothpaste. my girlfriends mum told her thats supposed to work. it doesnt on her but it might on you.
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    (Original post by _Jax_)
    hhmm try toothpaste. my girlfriends mum told her thats supposed to work. it doesnt on her but it might on you.
    Errr as in rub it on your neck?!
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    Just wear your hair down =)
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    Toothpaste etc DOESN'T work. Cover it up with some make-up and hope no one asks you about it.
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    :rofl: :rofl:
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    Errr as in rub it on your neck?!
    yeh.... sounds a bit dubious though
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    (Original post by _Jax_)
    yeh.... sounds a bit dubious though
    It certainly does!

    Luckily I have a nice summer-type scarf which I can strategically place over it! I'll be inside revising until Tuesday but then I have to go into school for exams!
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    Get someone to punch you so you have a black eye and say you were mugged and ermm... bitten by the aforementioned mugger. Or just wear it with pride.
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    a week
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    (Original post by englishstudent)
    Get someone to punch you so you have a black eye and say you were mugged and ermm... bitten by the aforementioned mugger. Or just wear it with pride.
    lmao :rofl:
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    I would say a lovely scarf but it is June and people will be suspicious, don't be really obvious about hiding it , will simply make it more erm obvious...
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    (Original post by englishstudent)
    Get someone to punch you so you have a black eye and say you were mugged and ermm... bitten by the aforementioned mugger. Or just wear it with pride.
    I don't think anyone I know would be convinced by that, but thanks anyway! :p:
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    (Original post by Jayjayjay)
    I would say a lovely scarf but it is June and people will be suspicious, don't be really obvious about hiding it , will simply make it more erm obvious...
    It's ok, I have a kind of 'decorative' scarf, not meant for keeping your neck warm but just to look nice, so I think I will be making use of that in the next few days!!
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    (Original post by englishstudent)
    Get someone to punch you so you have a black eye and say you were mugged and ermm... bitten by the aforementioned mugger. Or just wear it with pride.
    I'm fairly sure that she wants to keep it inconspicuous. Making it look like she's been raped probably wouldn't help!
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    Wear it with pride! Place a little sparkly lipbalm over it as well. No reason. Just do it
 
 
 
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