scars

Going through school is hard. There is still too much bullying and so much crap to put up with. It’s hard for kids. It’s especially difficult when your teachers are the bully. What do you do? Case in point… Redditor Competitive-Dingo-24 wanted to discuss their story for some feedback. So naturally they came to visit […] More
Certain conversations always have boundaries. Don’t they? If someone says… “I don’t want to talk about it,” you leave it alone. Right? Or you persist to varying… windy consequences. Maybe silence is best. Case in point… Redditor throwa67694 wanted to discuss his story for some feedback. So naturally he came to visit the “Am I […] More
Redditor wdngthrowaway456 is 19 and is the middle sibling out of five. She is very protective of one of her younger sisters, “Diana,” who had been in a car accident that left her severely injured. The Redditor was blamed for creating drama in the family after her soon-to-be sister-in-law made an accusation relating to recent […] More
Why do people feel the need to give unwarranted opinions? Yes it’s our right and we all have a lot to say, but there is a time and place. No? If you don’t think your thoughts threw it can be problematic. Case in point… Redditor neededtosay- wanted to discuss his story for some feedback. So […] More

Some years ago I met a man who had a scar running down his face, one clean line that had long since healed but that was still rather noticeable. He explained to those in his company that he'd been scarred defending a woman during a bar fight.

Considering how badly those can go, he's lucky he's alive. That could have gone so much worse than it did. He's accepted the scar and hey, it did make for a good story.

All scars have stories behind them. Some people shared their stories with us after Redditor JigglezPlayz asked the online community,

"How did you get your scar?"
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