Can literal acne ever be /fa/?
Can pic related ever be part of some sort of style and actually sought after?
Pizza core, just look at this basic bitch, her face isn't effay enough to match the full pizza aesthetic
Mickey Rourke has always had pock marks all over his cheeks but was still considered one of the biggest and best cuties back in the day
I was like this in highschool, only thing that worked was accutane.
>mom made hamburgers for dinner
>can't wait to eat
>get that juicy burger in my hands and prepare to devour it
>open my mouth to take a bite out of that deliciousness
>literally can't open my mouth more than an inch before I feel pain
>the cysts on my cheeks prevent me from opening my mouth
>thus not being able to eat those fine lookin burgers
>one cyst even teared a bit and I had to use a napkin to clean the blood
>not a lot of blood, less then a shaving cut
>get pissed off and sad
>go to bathroom and quietly cry for a couple minutes
>get back to dinner table and start ripping apart the burgers with my hands
>not in an angry autistic fit kinda way
>just rip pieces that are small enough to enter my mouth
>mom watches me struggle and I tell her to not make burgers until the cysts go
>she just nods and doesn't look me in the eye
That was like on my first month of accutane, when shit gets worse before you start seeing improvements. I was on it for 7 months.
I would never wish upon someone cystic acne, not even on my worst enemy. That shit puts you in dark places psychologically (not in a killurself place, but in a no self esteem/confidence place), and fucks your shit up physically. I couldn't even look at people at their eyee ffs.
he was /fa/ in terms of his emotional torment and incredible creative output. He didn't dress badly and was unfortunately not blessed with nice skin, but it's those other things that make him'/fa/'
Whenever I would get even mild acne on my forehead, I would always imagine everyone was looking at it, and as though it was the only thing that they noticed, whenever someone's eyes glazed over me, I would feel as though they were judging and peering at the maybe one or two big zits on my forehead.
It wasn't even bad I just had fairly bad anxiety for awhile there.
It sucks man, I very grateful I never experienced what you're describing.
I never really had any confidence during that time either, mostly because I judged myself exponentially more than anyone else did.
I had pretty bad acne and have trouble looking at people in the eyes as a result.
>tfw never had super bad face acne
>tfw awful bacne
oh well, at least the scars are where no one will ever see, and i'm very thankful it was never that bad on my face. some of my friends were not as fortunate.
at least that's one thing i'll never have to worry about
I literally almost cried reading this post. I used to have pretty terrible acne in junior high and I know exactly this feeling, also it made me have very low self esteem, took me years to change the way I looked at myself.
I hope you got better and realised that you are a beautiful swan, anon.