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    Hi
    I was trying to find the answer but all I found was links to a verse from a Bible and how unhygienic it is to put your hands on your face lol.

    I have a fat face but I'm so skinny. I don't believe how exercising the will make your face slimmer (does it actually work or are people just fooled mentally?) and I don't want to start a bad habit of my face twitching due to me "exercising".

    I'm just wondering if I'm stretching my cheeks even more as I tend to rest my face on my hand (making the upper cheek squished) and I even fold my lower lip (don't even know why) and my mouth looks so small but when I smile my lips are a lot bigger and nicely shaped.

    I have little shadows/dark shapes (can't really explain it) below my eyes (even below the part where you assume that it's the dark lower patches of the eyes, they are like faint dark lines slightly lower than where my cheeks start - like my face has been stretched.

    Thanks
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    Did you know that resting your hands on your face stretches your hands
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    (Original post by harmony_x)
    Did you know that resting your hands on your face stretches your hands
    Is this a joke?
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    Anyone?
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    I think thats bull**** mate...
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    LMAOOO i am screaming right now
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    HA, this is the best thread.

    I have no idea, and I have never thought about it.

    Probably depends on how heavy your head is and how much flesh you have on your cheeks. XD
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    I doubt it, but the hygenic thing is real - it can cause spots. I carry hand sanitiser for this real because I'm a real head-in-hand-leaner.
 
 
 
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