Have you ever noticed that if a man has a scar on his face, it will be found in one of the following locations?
- Just under the chin
- In the “dent” between the lower lip and the chin
- Outer edges of forehead
- Somewhere close to the lips (the corner of mouth is popular)
If you ask him where he got the scar, he’ll invariably laugh and say something like:
“I wish I could say I got this in a fight but…Followed by something along the lines of:
“I was about 4 years old and not looking where I was going and I ran into the coffee table…”
“I fell out of my high chair and split my chin…”
“I was just a kid and I ran/tripped/fell…
The general idea seems to be that little boys run around without looking where they are going.
They are usually looking behind themselves while running headlong away from someone. Which is why they end up smacking the side of their head into the edges of coffee tables, counters, doorways.
Boys also like to try anything with the warning: “Don’t do that! It might put out your eye!”
This only fuels their desire for a BB gun, slingshot, and anything that involves blowing things up or setting something on fire.
Boys will be boys.
Boys will be boys and boys grow up to be men.
I’ve dated a couple of eyebrow scars, a corner-of-lip scar, and 2 just-under-the-chin scars.
Gotta love ‘em. Scars and all.
Guys: Do you have a scar on your face and did you get it when you were a boy?
Gals: Am I right? And if you have a little boy, did he smack himself upside the head?
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