Wednesday, 15 February 2012

The Triple Nipple Club

This one's a bit of a silly post I know, but I read on wikipedia that 1 in every 50 women have supernumerary nipples. I am one of those weirdos! It's NOT a mole, it's a third nipple. I've checked numerous photos online and yep, it's a full-blown nubbin.

According to folklore, extra nipples meant you were a witch, the nipple being used to suckle Satan himself! I'd be okay with that if it were true. I'd love to be able to cast magic, although back in the dark ages, when women were sometimes tried for being witches, extra nipples were seen as 100% proof and subsequently would lead to certain death! Harsh!

So, you're now wondering where it is and what it looks like, right? Mine is situated below my left breast, typically along the 'milk line'. In fact, I found this diagram online and mine is exactly where the labelled one is;

If you look closely it's visible on all my photos. Here's a closer shot of it, enjoy!!



My nubbin has never bothered me. I know some people have them removed and even pierced! Radio presenter Jo Whiley had hers removed, while Lily Allen famously flashed hers on TV! 



So do you have any extra bits? Of so, let me know!

The moral of the story is that NOBODY'S PERFECT!


5 comments:

  1. Wow, fascinating! I never knew third nipples were connected to the milk lines. I knew a guy once that had one. I don't have any extra bits here but the "normal" bits that I do have are complicated enough to deal with! :D

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    1. I love the witch connection personally. Women were killed back in the day for having extra nips you know!

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  2. Fetish/pinup model Masuimi Max has TWO extra nipples. One on either side of her chest near her armpits. She doesn't try to hide them and never photoshops them out of her photos :)

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    1. I've never felt the need to edit mine out or cover it with make up. It's part of me! I'll have a look at Masuimi Max, thanks for telling me :)

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  3. I had one! I had it removed when I was 14 after some lovely boys I met on holiday kindly pointed it out and had a good laugh at it. I had my best friend with me and I'd never noticed it, just thought it was a mole haha!

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