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Originally posted by NGC2736
reply to post by NephraTari
I checked out the external image you gave.
Now not saying I know first hand, pardon the pun, but that looks more like struggling against handcuffs.
Just my opinion.
I find it interesting that so many have these scars in common. simple paper cuts and scratches do not leave long term scars.
Confirmation bias occurs when we selectively notice or focus upon evidence which tends to support the things we already believe or want to be true while ignoring that evidence which would serve to disconfirm those beliefs or ideas.
originally posted by: primus2012
Well - i just don't remember having a bad enough cut for a scar, but i do remember countless paper cuts in that area (painful).
I have other scars on body, but firmly recall where/how i got them.
The scar on hand is about 1/4in long, about 1/16in wide, perfectly straight, and white. There is a slight keloid/raised feel to it, but it doesn't have that numby weird feeling when touched like my other scars.
Maybe it was a burn?