serial dog molester
- Aug 28, 2015
Not in the sense of added bone mass obviously but the actual bone structure. I'm looking at tons of pics of people from my middle school and them now. Their face shapes are all the same. As in cheekbone placement, maxilla placement, etc. Everybodies face shape is identical. The only pubertal factors I see change are in the eye region, lower third, nose, bone prominence, bodyfat, hair, and skin. It seems the people that had "bad" puberties just got bad skin, their hair lost it's glow, their nose got bigger, gained bodyfat, or just didn't have a good puberty with bone growth.