New glasses, new awesomeness. The verdict is = I feel cooler when I wear these. Then I forget I’m wearing them, walk into the shops, then feel like a douche wearing sunglasses indoors.
Yes, I have several face moles. The most prominent is near my mouth and the other is actually concealed in my eyebrow. It’s a concealamole. In Chinese interpretation, moles symbolizing good luck are generally hidden. The pure colors of black and red are good, but moles mixing red, white or yellow are apparently unlucky. A smooth, shiny, bright mole is considered good (hooray). Hair is another good sign, although many women may disagree. Like me. No one SHOULD like a hairy mole. Just saying.
Moles on the face have manifold meanings, which basically means everybody can’t really decide on what they actually mean (I know, moleoscopy, moleomancy, maculomancy and/or molesophy is a trustworthy art). But according to this tastefully (gag) designed website, my two most prominent facial moles mean:
6. (In the eyebrow) – Very smart, creative or artistic. Will have wealth and fame, and have good luck with money.
12. Tend to have problems related to diet or food.
So, in a nutshell, according to my moles, I will be pretty well off, but will probably die of obesity or colon cancer. Nice.
Well, I guess it’s better than having a 16. (Need to prevent unwanted sexual advances, and prevent food poisoning or diet problems), 21. (Tend to have foot problems. Need to prevent water-related accidents) or, God forbid, a 20. ( Life may be short, so live it to the fullest. Avoid any criminal acts). On the other hand, a 13. (Always worry and work hard for children, but may not be able to enjoy a good relationship with them) sounds like what pretty much every single Asian parent seems to have. In abundance.
Now, every time I see a poor sod with a mole right between their eyes, I’m going to be on a Dead-Person-Walking watch.