I'm In My Forties, What's With The Pimple?


When Rosie O’Donnell started doing video blogs my mother decided I needed to do video blogs. While my mother does not control all of my actions (at forty-something) when she’s right, she’s right. And so I began to wonder what I could say on a video that needed to been seen and not just read as my blogs were on my website. What perspective could I give that perhaps others share and some don’t even understand? Well, all I had going for me was that I had lived forty-something years and I was a gay man. Hmmmm, that’s it! And thus the Forty-Something Gay video blog was born! I hope you enjoy this one and all the installments which are available on YouTube!

Forty-Something Gay, episode 43 - I'm In My Forties, What's With The Pimple?! - At my age shouldn't I be worried about an enlarged prostrate instead of an enlarged pimple on my face? A pimple that is so large that it's the largest one ever grown in captivity?! Arghh!

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Chef Jeff 8 years ago from Universe, Milky Way, Outer Arm, Sol, Earth, Western Hemisphere, North America, Illinois, Chicago.

Not to depress you, but I am close to 60 and I still get them! YIKES! That must mean my hormones are finally raging, eh? LOL!!!!

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Isabella Snow 8 years ago

Poor Scott! Actually, it doesn't look that bad and it could be in a far more noticeable place. I'm 32 and I still get them sometimes. When I do, I prick them slightly (really slightly, so it won't scar) and then hold a rubbing alcohol pad against it. It burns but it dries up fast after that!

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somelikeitscott 8 years ago from Las Vegas Author

Um ouch Iz, but thanks for the advice, I guess?!?

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Isabella Snow 8 years ago

Well if you want to be beautiful that's the price you pay sometimes! ;) Seriously, it doesn't hurt that bad, it's less painful than popping a zit. And if you do it right the zit is gone within 24 hours!

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