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isnt that bizarre?
Like if you took a person and looked at their arm theyd have a scar
of those haha dont they do them anymore or something? also it was common place in school to punch people in their arms after it was done haha
and on the exact same place on my right arm is a cigarette burn
I haven't got one, as the little tester jab they did lower down the arm a week before remained red so I was immune anyway, or something.
But now I can relate to EVERYONE of my age with our trust scars. And they can't.
led to mine being hit with a mitre when attempting to control a particularly difficult pass some 6 minutes after the injection.
My scar is bigger as a result
I mean what I was thinking about more was that its a little mark that the government put on you that everyone had. Like if aliens came down one of the first things they'd try to figure out is why does everyone have these wee marks on them whats going on?
Also a good way of telling if people are, y'know, FOREIGNS.
clue: "hit with a mitre"
Mitre footballs are so ingrained in my brain that I always forget about other meanings
It was a good gag, apologies for ruining it :D
how rubbish, no more scars.
the vaccination scheme changed to target certain groups of people (in high risk areas of TB) and not all schoolkids like before
i have a scar. hated it though when i was younger, so refused to wear tank tops outside haha
So like 17-30 probably.
so 17-35 at least
I've seen older than 35 with this scar.
and they're approaching 60.
We were both some of those weird naturally immune kids.
cos i have allergies or somefin.
And i've got one, I'm sure my sister has one too and she's 44. That is all I've got.
I never got one. Instead I went to Paris and Poland. Winner.
I think I used to heal really well but not anymore; I have loads of scars now :(