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Bodies are beautiful. All bodies, of all shapes, sizes and looks are being more embraced by the world at large now. And what people are loving more and more are what makes our look and bodies unique. What could be more unique than a scar? For better or worse scars mark certain moments of our lives. They remind us of where we've been and where we may never want to go again.

Eight times out of ten, scars come with a great story, because normally we were idiots when we acquire them. But don't rush to cover them up, they can be part of your beautiful.

Redditor u/teatimefancycakes wanted to hear about the ways we've marked up and blemished the temple that is our bodies, by asking:

What is the stupidest reason you have a scar?
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The body is built for pain. That is what I've been told. "No pain, no gain!" Remember that catchphrase? Well... it's all madness and lies.

Pain sucks, that's why it's called pain. It's not called joy. Physical pain can be debilitating. The body is strong but it is also sensitive.

And when physical trauma happens, you don't forget quickly.

Redditor u/ameli3ee felt like chatting about what our bodies have survived, by asking:

What was the worst (physical) pain you've been through?
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As much as the narrative of the drunken nighttime tattoo excursion has some appeal, the truth is that tattoos are important decisions.

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Every single minute, the human body sheds more than 30,000 dead skin cells.

That's nearly 9 pounds per year.

The heart beats 100,000 times a day or 35 million times per year.

And the average person produces enough saliva to fill 2 swimming pools in their lifetime.

These facts only scratch the surface of everything the body has to offer.

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Human bodies are weird, man. And at times, they're completely unexplainable. Like, I can link my arms and bring them around my body all the way, without letting go. Don't ask me how I figured it out, but weird, right?!

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