Actually the woman my friend and I were talking about was smoking hot. She was maybe 5 years too old from being a 10. Her skin was perfect all except her legs behind the knee and calves. I thought is was very strange.
I hate to quote wiki, but I am at work, and I don't have the time to do real research. Mayo clinic and wiki both say varicose veins are different from spider veins which is called Telangiectasia.
Either way, the shit was a big ugly fly on a Mona Lisa of a woman.
“I used to do drugs. I still do drugs. But I used to, too.”
Yeah I don't get it. It seems to many hot girls have this. I see them in the gym on the treadmill with their little shorts. I walk away and the see light hits them and their lower ass and thighs are are wrinkly, what gives! They are like 20.
I guess they must have let themselves go at one time and it is haunting them.
They are hereditary and spider veins are different than varicose veins. I got a tiny spider vein on my upper thigh years ago and freaked out. Doctor said they are hereditary and if it bothers me that bad I can have it removed. It is so small that I'll take the vein over the scar.
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