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Old 02-16-2010, 08:42 AM   #1
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I am only person in world dealing with this

Hi I am a 18 year old male and having a major problem. My bottom lip is black on the sides and my upper lip is black on the top. This is my normal lip color because I noticed that my dad and brother have this too. I have very big lips, bigger than black peoples which reveals that blackness more than normal sized lips. At school whenever I walk down the hall, if people look at me the first thing they do is close their mouth as much as they can as if I have a disease. 90% of everyone that looks at me closes their mouth as much as they can. I am NOT exaggerating this.

Since this seems to be my normal lip color, how can I make it look more normal. Remember that I am a male.

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