when i first found this page it made me feel better and cry (with happiness) to feel acceptance, positivity and validation for us with “big” noses. Growing up kids were mean and teased me about it (mostly girls). When they’d point it out It made me feel like there was something wrong with me. Of course there isn’t, everybody is born with something different about them and that’s what makes us all unique. Me and my nose have come a long way and I’m fine with it, comfortable in my own skin and love myself. it def has given me strength and character for a great personality! My friends say I’m beautiful inside and out! Society needs to stop having such a cookie-cutter, narrow- minded view of what beautiful is, because nobody is born perfect. We should celebrate our imperfections. God and family genes made me this way. I rock it too! ;)
My mom gave me my nose. It looks cuter on her. She says I’m beautiful but that’s just what moms say. Sometimes I like it, though, just because of where it came from.
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This is mine..
I’m only 14 years old and like most fourteen year olds I feel very insecure about my body. I hate my nose amonst the rest of myself but I’ve never looked at someone and thought they were ugly because of their nose so why should I care about mine so much? I’ve been so suprised about the pictures on here because there are so many people who hate their noses but in my eyes they are beautiful.
i guess it’s the norm to be self-conscious about my big nose, but i actually kind of love it. my great grandpa and his 10 brothers and sisters all have this nose and i think that is the coolest thing in the world.
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Well this is my big old nose. It has a bump in the middle because I broke it when I was younger, & a ball-like shape to it at the end (hereditary). Probably the most maddening thing for me has been growing up with a younger brother who has a perfect, little nose & friends who all have cute button noses.
Nonetheless, I’ve embraced my nose more over the years. I disregarded bullies’ snide comments & learned to appreciate what I’ve got. I still have a lot of deep rooted self esteem issues, but hey I’m a work in progress. :)
To everyone I’ve seen on this blog— you are all amazing. I can’t explain how strikingly beautiful you all are… And if you’re still struggling to see that, try to be a little kinder to yourself. Appreciate your unconventional beauty because you are worth the joy that comes from loving yourself.
An Eastern European Jewish dad and a Hispanic mom came together for this nasal nightmare. Got the nose ring a few years ago to force myself to deal with my insecurities (and to look more punk rock) and I haven’t regretted it a bit. Maybe it means I’ll be a powerful witch when I’m older!
It’s also a really convenient way of weeding out Anti-Semites!
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