Quick Question: Which Of Your So-Called Physical 'Flaws' Do You Love To Play Up?

Who says freckles, gray hair and birth marks are something to cover? Well, a lot of people, but they're all wrong.
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Who says freckles, gray hair and birth marks are something to cover? Well, a lot of people, but they're all wrong.

I don't have any gray hair yet, but I've always said that if it grew in silvery white, I wouldn't color. I mean, how beautiful is Emmy Lou Harris? Carmen Dell'Orefice--what an epic babe!

82. 82!

82. 82!

Or streak like Bonnie Raitt's or Stacy London's? While others would rush to cover up the first signs of such a "flaw," they embrace it--even emphasize it. I. Love. That.

From Stacy London's Instagram.

From Stacy London's Instagram.

I feel that way about my mole. My beauty mark. Yes, I've had others removed--there were three additional noticeable moles on my face when I was younger--but it's because I wanted to really play up the one I kept.

Hangin' out in the park with m'mole.

Hangin' out in the park with m'mole.

But more on moles later today.

That's not the only "flaw" of mine I'm kind of proud of (not that I can take credit or anything). I think my stubby little clubbed thumbs are pretty freakin' cute. And even though I thought my nose was too big for my face when I was younger, I quite like the angular bump in my profile now. Part of me wishes I hadn't corrected the gap I had in my teeth when I was kid.

My childhood cat, Knish, seemed to like it.

My childhood cat, Knish, seemed to like it.

So we start off the day with this Quick Question: Which of your so-called physical "flaws" do you love to play up? (We already know Annie's answer.)