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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010, 04:47 PM Thread Starter
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How Can I Remove Skin Tags at Home?

Hey everyone,

I am 15 years old and I have 3 very embarrassing skin tags on my neck. I am scared and embarrassed to where my hair up in gym class because I think people will make fun of me. I always try to hide my neck inside my shirt but its still noticeable!

Is there anyway I can remove these skin tags at home?

Please help, they are ruining my life!


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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010, 05:26 PM
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Just make friends on the lift and meet random people and be like yo can I ski with you? Or just put tunes on and I promise you will never get bored.
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A week might be pushing it. When I moved out to New Mexico this past fall I went several times by myself. You will end up making a friend on the chair lift eventually if you are social enough. All of my loner trips were 1-2 days tops though, so you might consider shortening your stay.

There is something peaceful about being out in the mountains alone and being able to totally follow your own lead.

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I snowboard on my own all the time. My friends are all skiers (when they even do that), and I'm in the age group where people tend to risk-aversion (a quality I don't share). My wife and daughter are at the snowplow level of skiing, so that's no help. It does get a little lonely at times, but the real problem is like with running or working out -- when you're with someone, you tend to challenge each other. On your own it's too easy to get into a comfort zone and find yourself doing the same runs over and over.
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you don't even have to be social at all, some people you ride with at the lifts just won't shut the hell up. But really, even with my friends, I only want to keep company at the lifts/gandola.. the rest of the time I'm too busy shredding and focusing on landing tricks.
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haha you all fell for the spam

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Definitely spam. Indicated by the ski resort link in their signature.

Anyway, I'll bite too. I went twice this past winter by myself, and I had a blast. Just popped my headphones on, listened to some good tunes and I never got lonely.

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I mostly board alone, I'm just not very good at boarding in a group because I will completely vear off if I see something shiny I want to hit, regardless of where everyone else is going. Most people are pretty freindly though on the lift, and since your both relatively like minded people, (your both snowboarding/skiing) I find it's ussually pretty easy to have good conversation. So, for me I guess I get my social interaction on the lift.

I agree though that on a certain level it helps to ski with other people who are at or above your level, because it will subconsciously push you to get better.

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