The Worst Day of My Life (MY ACNE STORY)

The Worst Day of My Life (MY ACNE STORY)

– What’s going on everybody. Welcome to another Monday acne video. Today’s going to be a little
bit of a different video than you’re used to. It’s not going to be any
advice or anything to fix your acne, but rather
just something that might be able to connect with a few of you, make you feel a bit more at ease and comfortable about your own acne and hopefully bring you a
little bit of confidence and motivation to attack the day. Even with the cysts or acne or blackheads that you have on your face. Now this first part of the
story you might have heard in another video of mine called, The First Time that Acne Made Me Cry, but there’s more to this. So, I’m just going to go
through that to kind of give you guys an understanding of
how I started getting acne and that was at fifteen years old. I’d started getting
those little red marks. I started getting those whiteheads, just the typical, normal acne that you’re expecting to get. You know even sometimes you’re excited. You were waiting for the
time that you were going to hit puberty and get acne, and then over the months after
that I started developing very large, nodular cysts on my face. I would have three or four
at a time, legitimately, at any time I would wake
up, go to the mirror and there’d be two, three,
four cysts on my face and they would stick around
for an extremely long time. One, two, three months. I’ve certain little cysts
that would stick around for six months and leave a
very discolored area around it, but I remember one of the
worst things people would do was they would call
you specific nicknames. I know a lot of you guys realize this and a lot of you guys have
been called this before, but the one that people would
always call me was Rudolph. And the reason they called me Rudolph was because I would get cysts and
it would be in the very same, specific situations and places. So, for me, I would always
get a big cyst on my nose that would be very pressurized,
very large, and very red. So, obviously it was very easy
to come up with that nickname and I’m sure a lot of you guys
have dealt with them before. Also, pizza face and crater
face and a couple of other ones, but Rudolph was my name. Now, the most difficult day
that I dealt with my acne ever was junior year in high school, and I remember showing up on campus and as soon as I walked
onto campus the first thing that I heard, the first
person that spoke to me just immediately called me Rudolph. From there I went to my next
class and I was supposed to give a speech in that class. So, I remember walking up
to the front of the class and as I was walking up I
could already hear people whispering about my acne
and as I’m standing there, in front of 35 kids, about to address them and try to connect with them and say what I’m supposed
to say for my project, I remember looking at
people whispering about me and I can still hear them. I have great hearing so I could hear them saying things about zits or
cysts or look at his blackheads, and I remember it was just so difficult because it was so heartless. I understand now that people
just didn’t have perspective. They didn’t have something
they were going through that was hard, so it
was very easy to pick on somebody else, but I
just remember at the time I didn’t understand that and I was, it was very difficult I remember. I remember after that
class, after I got through that speech I was so
excited to finally be done with that class and get
out of that environment. So, I was excited to see
my friends for lunch. I went over to my little
group and my best friend at the time, I remember
my best friend came up and just booped me
right, right on the nose, right on the cyst, just flicked it. I don’t know why he did it. I’m sure it was just to be funny. It was just like a joke or whatever, but I don’t think he understood
what that meant to me because I just got through
the rest of the day. I was so stoked that school
was over and I went to my car and I wasn’t expecting any of this stuff. I just went to my car
and I was like, finally, the day is over.
(soft instrumental music) Let’s go home and I
remember sitting in my car and I just started balling. I just started tearing up and
I couldn’t even control it. It was just like, involuntary,
you know what I mean? And I remember out of all of the days that I’ve dealt with acne or all the days that I’ve dealt with certain
situations that were really difficult where you’d have a cyst that was leaking or something
and people pointed it out to you or whatever it was. I remember that that was the
day that resonated with me the most, that stuck with
me, and was so difficult, and it was something that I could retell and even right now you can
tell I get emotional about it because I can relive it so easily. So, as the months and the years progressed after that situation my
acne was getting more and more severe. I was getting more and
more cysts to the point that my face was just covered. The entire thing was
pressurized and those of you who’ve actually dealt with severe acne know what I’m talking about. Your whole face is so
pressurized that laying down on a pillow hurts. You know what I’m saying? You’re washing your face
like you’re supposed to with a pad or with your
hands in the shower, whatever it is, that hurts. Things would be bleeding
because you’d smile, and I remember I was hoping
that as I was getting older other people were getting
older, we were all kind of reaching an adult age so I was hoping that as people were getting older
they’d become more caring and empathetic and understanding
or at least more reserved when it came to making fun
of it or speaking about it or telling me that I’m doing things wrong, but I remember it just
got worse because people were more opinionated. They had more things to say
and I remember people would constantly inundate me with you’re dirty or you don’t wash your face enough or your hygiene’s not good
or you’re not changing your pillowcase enough or
you’re gross or whatever it is. I remember people would legitimately, and this was the difficult
thing is I’m a young man and I’m trying to develop my passions, and so I’m trying to develop
the things I want to do for the rest of my life,
so I’m body building, and I’m personal training
and at the same time I’m making videos to help
people with their fitness and I’m making videos to
help people with their acne and the entire time, the
whole thing is centered around my acne.
(dramatic instrumental music) That’s not what my intentions were. That’s not what I wanted. I wanted people to pay
attention to the videos about fitness and how to lose fat or I wanted people to pay
attention to my body building or I wanted people to pay
attention to my stories about acne to help other people, but I remember everything
was about how my acne was so bad and what I could
do and what they thought I was doing wrong and I
remember a lot of people, this is the funniest thing
to me is just that like a lot of people would
leave comments in my videos and would say, your face grosses me out. It disgusts me. You should feel ashamed
or you should feel bad for putting this up because
I’m eating breakfast or whatever it was and it’s, people just, they just don’t have the perspective and the reason I can’t hate people who do that kind of thing, who make fun of you for your acne or for whatever situation is. I understand that not
everybody is there yet. Maybe that person who makes
fun of you for your acne now in four years from
now deals with their own acne situation and then
becomes the most empathetic and caring person in the world. Who knows? So, I can’t just hate
somebody from the start. I have to kind of understand
that maybe they’ll come to that point where they understand and they start growing empathy, and maybe you’ll never get there, but maybe I just don’t like
to hate people very much, but I just remember that
was very, very difficult, that I was putting all
this effort in to try and make myself, but
every single time I was being shot down because no
one was paying attention to what I was doing. They were paying attention to
my face and how gross it was and what I should do to fix it and how they didn’t
want to see it anymore. That being said, at
the same time as having all this negativity
around me I wasn’t just surrounded and depressed
by all these people. I had so many good people as well. I had my family.
(dramatic instrumental music) I had my best friends who
stuck around me for years. Not that best friend who
hit me with the cyst, but my true best friends
who have been best friends with me since six years
old, still best friends with me nowadays. Those people never cared. They really never cared. You know they would offer
advice if I asked for it or we could talk about it
because I wanted to bring it up, but they would never be like, oh man, I don’t really want
you to come out with me on that double date because
I don’t really want to. There was nothing like that. They would just look right past it and actually interact with me, and that’s something that
I think we all get kind of drowned in the negativity. So, you’ll have hundreds
of people telling you good things and being
nice to you and stuff, but then we as a human race tend to focus and magnify the negative one. That one comment, that one
thing that somebody said, that one negative remark,
that sticks with us throughout the day. Not the 10 people that say
you’re looking great today, or I like your new shoes. It was incredibly nice to
have that support system, that very small amount
of people that I knew would just, honestly didn’t care about it, and I was still dealing
with all this negativity and stuff, but what I
will say is that now, now that I’m clear, now
that I’m 24 years old and this started when I was 15 years old I would never go back if a
genie popped up and asked me would you go back and would you live life without the acne that you had? I would never go back and
live my life without the acne that I had and I think that’s
honestly the beautiful thing that has come out of this whole thing. I used to despise, I
used to hate, I used to just wonder why this
acne was happening to me, what I did to deserve this kind of acne and this hardship and
just all this negativity and bullying, but I didn’t realize because I didn’t have hindsight, I hadn’t gone through it yet. I wasn’t able to look at it from afar. All of that bullying, all that negativity, all that everything
that I had to deal with it developed my personality in such a way that I don’t think I
ever would have reached where I’ve reached now because
it built such an empathy and such a care towards
other people with any sort of situation, even in a situation that I don’t understand, especially people with situations that I don’t understand because I understand
that the people who are making fun of me didn’t understand my acne and if you’re going through something that’s not even acne related,
that’s the hardest thing for you in the world,
whether it’s small or big, I understand that it is
the center of your life. It is what people bring
up to you everyday. It is what you think of when you wake up, when you go to bed and having that empathy and having that care has built
my love for human beings, like my love for interacting with people and caring for people and
trying to help people so much and for that I am so grateful. I am so grateful. I would never go back
and take my acne away, and I think that’s also
one of the best ways to not only clear up my acne, but to really beat and destroy acne is that I am appreciative of the acne. Like, if acne was a person
and we could tell that person, you know what I mean? It would be so cool to
walk up to him and be like, you know what? Back in the day when you
used to beat up on me, thank you. I appreciate you and just
watch what acne does. So, that’s the video.
(inspiring instrumental music) I just wanted to go through
how I started getting acne, how it affected me and
then the most difficult day and then how it also
continued on past high school and not in any way to
make you feel nervous about your acne or to make
you kind of scared about what’s to come or to
make you feel like you’re never going to get out of
this whole bullying situation, more so to tell you that
what you’re going through right now will make you such
a rich person inside of you. It will make you such a valuable person and it’ll bring so much to your life that you would have never gotten. So, if anything, take solace in the fact that you’re going to be a better person than
you ever would have been if you didn’t have acne or if
you didn’t have that hardship or that difficult thing that
you’re going through right now. It is 100% going to pay off
even though at the moment it feels like you’re in
a dungeon that you just can’t get out. You’re in a pit, in a dark hole. I understand it’s depressing. It’s really hard, but what I’m telling you is that it gets better and it builds you. As long as you push
yourself to build yourself through your hardship it will
make you a better person. That’s the video. That’s all I wanted to
say and I’m really hoping that this video can help some people out. I think these kind of
videos are very helpful. I remember looking up
stuff like this when I was going through my acne
and a few other things that really, really helped
when people would just open themselves up and
be very transparent, maybe even slightly emotional, but if you liked this video
I would really appreciate it if you’d give it a thumbs up. Let me know what you thought
in the comments below, whether that’s about my
story or if it’s you telling your story or possibly
reaching out to other people who were in the comments below and if you haven’t subscribed
to my channel already, make sure you subscribe to it. Team Beyond the Weak, CT. – Lift heavy or or die tryin’! (upbeat music)
Die tryin’, mother… (upbeat electronic rap music)


  • Brian Turner says:

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    1) REMOVE DAIRY 100% (not even a little tiny slip up)
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    4) Balance your gut flora by ingesting some form of probiotics.

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    EXACTLY What To Do With Acne Scarring! (From Experience):
    How to stay positive and keep high self esteem (How To Get Past Acne Insecurity):
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    I have countless more videos related to acne so if you have anything specific I suggest using the search function on my channel to see if I've talked on it before and if I haven't PLEASE request it in a comment below! I love you all and you are not alone, if you are feeling down from your acne I strongly suggest to continue watching my acne videos about self esteem to help you find the path to strengthening your confidence! ❤❤❤

  • Alexander Stevens says:

    That looks incredibly painful kids can be very cruel.

  • мιlкιѕυиѕєт says:

    My dad has really bad acne he had a full red face something like yours but now his skin is clean will there is pimples but they are normal size and aren’t that much

  • мιlкιѕυиѕєт says:

    I can’t believe we all make fun of eachother when we all have the same thing no one is perfect and yet everybody else is like ew ur face looks t that and prob a few yrs later their gonna have the same face that other person has we aren’t perfect

  • lanchunglu golmei says:

    M going through acne attack right now. N m 26. It’s actually painful. I can’t even eat my food. Big acne on my upper lips

  • Olivia H says:

    Small signs of acne started appear on my face at the early age of 9, and I didn’t understand why I had these red spots on my face, and others did not. For more than 2 years my confidence had been tearing down due to the increase of spots, and pressure from friends and family to look “presentable.” Although I did in a way feel bad for myself, I was also happy that it was me and not anyone else in my class. As much as I wanted someone else to get a few spots, I would get mad at myself for thinking that way, because they al deserved so much better. More years have passed, and recently, my doctor gave me pills to take for my acne, and although it has some side-effects, it’s still working! Looking back, it really wasn’t such a big deal, because although I felt like I was all alone, and everyone thought I was disgusting, no one really cared. They treated me as a normal human being:)
    So if you are dealing with something similar, just know that it will get better. <3
    Also thank you so much for making this video, because it really got me thinking to how lucky I actually am.

  • Ruby Violet says:

    you seem like such a self aware, smart and well spoken person. Plus handsome with acne and with clear skin too, im sorry people were so cruel to you.

  • Marija Perkovic says:

    Guy liked me until I got acnee…

  • Kassy Bird says:

    really good video. especially coming from a guy. thanks for getting me through the day with this

  • Rick Garc says:

    Thank you so much man. I will be a better person bc of it. I’m dealing w/ it rn. I can’t get out of it rn and I thank u for this. Holy crap man this is depressing and breaks my world but man this was something an eye opener

  • Shuvonil Adhikari says:

    I have acne please help me out 😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥 .. I'm from Indonesia .. please give me some tips ..

  • Cinnamon Barrington says:

    So brave of you to tell OUR stories.

  • K 19 says:

    He was hot with acne and is hot without.

  • Syrus Chaske says:

    Yo wassup I’m pizza

  • FZGAMER says:

    I totally feel you bro

  • Alex Defatte says:

    If you follow these steps I guarantee results!
    1-DO NOT touch your face under any circumstance (you are literally feeding it by supplying it with the oils on your fingers)
    2-Wash your face with hot water in the shower, nothing else (your skin will heal naturally)
    3-exfoliate by gently rubbing a fresh clean towel on your face after you shower
    4-use a fresh pillow case every night
    5-try not to fap
    6-stay away from sugar and oily foods
    7-don't cover it up with make up
    8-exercise and keep stress levels low
    9-A little sunshine can do wonders as well
    Good luck! I hope you don't have to suffer as long as I did. Love from Wisconsin!

  • louisa clein fan page says:

    This has made me not feel alone people are so cruel 😔

  • Gery DO says:


  • Smalltalk says:

    Thank you for sharing this ❤

  • Smalltalk says:

    Cystic acne is SO painful.

  • Fiddz C says:

    I have crazy ance scars and I'm 29 going 30 now and everyday I see people pluck at there face cause of when people look at my face and it's making me depressed real bad and even my parents too pluck at their face just cause of look when they look at mine and even was told from an ex "you used to be beautiful" . I just stay in my room and lock myself away Idk what to do. washing my face everyday hasn't been helping and I'm so stressed

  • Dean Stevens says:

    18 n never had it once

  • No soul says:

    I had a friend with bad acne and he never wanted to go anywhere ….. people should never ever take the mick or pick on others

  • Gabby Gabby says:

    This is so relatable. Made me cry.

  • Valentina Bellah says:

    You are a beautiful person inside and out!

  • Cluee says:

    Almost cried. Really nice video man! This is inspiering

  • J H says:

    Thank you for making this video. You have truly inspired me.

  • we taking the youtube over join the max army says:

    U got a car at 15 ?

  • namam Rajput says:

    i also feeling that situation now

  • luca francis says:

    I'm so damn jealous of people with clear skin that don't have to go through acne

  • Kemem in the shahi says:

    There were day i did not want to go to school because of my acne

  • Jaroslav Záruba says:

    I never had it as bad as you, not even close, but my advice would be:
    1) sleep more,
    …and if that doesn't help after 2-3 weeks add one of following:
    2) try to limit sugar and fried shit for a month,
    3) try to limit dairy for a month
    …but I bet you tried everything back then.
    P.S.: I would suspect the supplements might add to your acne. (Not suspecting anything like anabolics, but even excess of protein or sacharide tend to do this crap.)

  • Claudia Ferreira says:

    Gosh, that was so beautiful and profound !!! What you have said about be grateful, forgiven and specially how you understand and love others is still reverberating in my heart.

  • Hammer Dy says:

    I felt that where I have to ask why and what did I do to have this

  • Living Death says:

    Jeez, kids can be so horrible, they are so self conscious about themselves that they have to pick on people with physical or mental problems… so fucking stupid

  • Anthony says:

    I would rather have acne than sun freckles that never go away

  • Nya’s World says:

    It’s not really about the pimples and acne it’s just that a lot of people around me have clear faces and I just think about it and look at myself and say why.

  • Expired glass says:

    Those people are so heartless acne is natural and people shouldnt judge you or your hygene just because you have acne

  • E M says:

    Thankyou so much, I’ve been suffering with acne for the past few years and they haven’t been the best years. By far my biggest insecurity that I’ve had to live with. I’ve just started accutane and currently just short of 2 weeks into my medication. This is so caring and motivating❤️

  • ImX ImX says:

    I feel you, but its not that hard on me right now

  • Logan. exe says:

    I can’t get acne

  • Juan Pablo Maldonado says:

    I love your story, you are an idol to follow

  • Jason W says:

    Acne is the hardest thing that I've had to deal with in my life. I can honestly say it destroyed my childhood and all the way up into my adulthood. I still have it but it's somewhat manageable now compared to how hard it was in the past and how hopeless I felt because of it. I can remember so many times that I cried myself to sleep. Acne really f'ed me up in all aspects of my life when I was younger. So if anyone out there sees someone with bad acne, be nice to them and actually make some sort of effort to go up to them and say hi. Trust me something so small and even if its a brief hi and a very brief small talk. That can make an incredible difference in someones life that has bad acne, you got to believe me haha. Anyways, anyone with bad acne, just know life gets better. Understand that it's a very realistic feeling to be feeling as depressed as you might be feeling, and that me and many others have walked your path of pain. It DOES change though, life is always different down the road, even when you don't believe it will be. Anyways, people in high school are super immature, don't let that sort of immaturity hold you down. You will see the light in the future, you gotta trust.

  • Mr64 Mr64 says:

    The irony of me watching this is that I have acne that’s starting to tone down now and I never got bullied and I interacted with allot of people that look like they will bully me if I try to speak to them but nahh my middle school is sooooo chilll

  • Krish 4 says:

    Nice story bro , now I really got a huge hope that one day or another day I gonna shine in front of all people. They must know that my heart is beautiful than my face .no can judges us by seeing our appearance

  • RaDKb says:

    shoves kale in mouth

  • C. Carter says:

    I can so fucking understand you! I did not have acne nearly as much as you did but kinda know how it feels. I had a time where I felt like my entire face was inflamed all the time and everything hurt and… just very very difficult. I was lucky to mostly have pretty nice peers though.

  • C. Carter says:

    The darkest cave holds your greatest treasure.

  • Sidhu Pherokke says:

    i also used to had alot of acne at 15 now i am 17 and they are completely gone at 15 i looked horrible at 16 i looked like any normal teenager with some marka but now i look completely normal and also look like a 24 year old just have a bad back now ….u know heavy deadlifts

  • Logan Perry says:

    one of my friends at school i proved a point and he said "shut up i could play connect the dots on your forehead"

  • S Lee says:

    Aw…nobody should be made to feel less than then others, but specially kids/teenagers. That’s the most sensitive time and also the cruelest. I’m sorry you went through such hard times as a teenager.

  • Diegoxgaming 4444 says:

    I actually feel you

  • Cole Mathews says:

    Dude I was just scrolling thru YouTube and I don’t usually comment on stuff but I looked on your page and I’ve never found anyone I related to more as someone who is trying to work out and put on weight consistently but have struggled with acne so you can’t just “bulk” like everyone else. I’ve seriously never related to someone more and I completely agree with you that when you say it makes you a better person, it gives you a perspective that not everyone has. I’m so glad I found this video just watching this has helped me so much. I would appreciate some tips and insight on your workout routine and diet and everything like that. Again I feel this brother thank you so much

  • Wilma Adams says:

    My brother has really bad acne to the point where smiling hurts him, I can remember that at the age of 14 he was going to the dermatologist and would be recommended medication. Medication that had side effects such as depression, bad stomach etc. He often avoids going out without a hoodie covering his face and still at the age of 17 doesn’t want to come on trips to warmer countries. I will never understand what he is going through, but I hope that in the end – he will see things the way you do 🙂

  • Rion Shellooe says:

    Freshmen and sophomore year were kind of shitty man. Kids are mean until they get a taste of their own medicine

  • Monica Baker says:

    i hate really bad acne that is hereditary, my sister has always had a CLEAN face. she would always make fun of my acne, always call me like pizza face. she would say to do this or that, LIKE YOU DONT THINK I HAVE. now she is breaking out so BAD, i literally can’t- acne actually sucks , people can be so cruel

  • Mr says:

    I finally feel comfortable

  • Gulshad Khan says:

    Thank you for relating to me.

  • M. B. says:

    I just want to be your best friend. I’m a 30+ year woman dealing with hormonal acne and I’ve always had this struggle. I’m just learning to love myself more.

  • z Z says:

    I wish nobody ever have had or should have acene or scars or anything…… 🙁

  • Mischa Riga says:

    Bro, people are inspired by your store. But your Chanel is based on this sort of videos. Everyone who has something, a medical thing, or something special is going fucking fast on YouTube. But that kind of people are deserving 350 k. Won’t watch any other video of you. But this one is worth it, as you see I have to work on/at my English writing skills. But I’am not embarrassed to write this thing here. In my country we have snelle his songs are fucking brilliant but the way he has become clout is because of a medical thing “ cleft lip”. Appreciate this store men most people are fucked up by others. Bullying is because of your self trust is far behind the ground.

  • ayan khan says:

    Brother tell me how you remove the acne

  • Silence Salem says:

    I don’t really have bad acne, but I have a few bumps/pimples and a LOT of blemishes from past bumps/pimples. Mainly on my forehead, and when I talk to people(acquaintances or strangers or classmates) they look at my forehead instead of my eyes. It’s really annoying and embarrassing, and I wish they’d just look me in the eyes. It’s not as noticeable since I’m getting darker from the sun, but it’s still very visible. Now they bumps and pimples are moving to the side of my face, it’s like it’s trying to do it to my whole entire face, and it’s lighter around my cheek areas so it will be very noticeable. I feel very insecure when I talk in front of class or to boys. I have other insecurities but they aren’t really important. But anyways, if you read this, I appreciate you taking your time to read it. I’ll sleep now, maybe that brand new pimple that appeared on my left cheek will be gone by the morning.

  • Lewis Jeff says:

    It literally happens to me now
    I am going to get through it

  • AGF Tun says:

    sorry you had to go throught this mate , was your acne caused by steroid use , or it's just genetics and food ? ( no offense , just curious )

  • F W says:

    Guys use proactive

  • F W says:

    Also his case was terrible and not rly acne
    Edit : it seems like a potential disease or something

  • Putitomalo says:

    Respect brother!

  • Fatima Chambely Syed Garcia says:

    Thank you for this video. This has helped me though my depression and has given me perspective.

  • imaad sonday says:

    I love this vid so much, know what you went through. Much love

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  • Nicoló Zaniolo says:

    The Mirror fucks me every day

  • Hector Campos says:

    U look great

  • Steve-o says:

    I feel your pain. I had severe acne back in High School, and because of my acne I was very careful about my hygiene and used to wash my face extremely well. And of course people just percieved me as being dirty/having bad hygiene. I took Accutane later that year, and now I never get any acne. 3 years down the line, and I never get any acne, and my facial hygiene is waaay worse than it was when I dealt with severe acne. Its very ironic how people perceive acne.

  • Kurtis Pedrik says:

    I’ve been on accutane for about a year and a half now and my face is finally clean. To everyone who’s still dealing with acne. I know your pain. I know exactly what the place you’re in feels like. All I can tell you is that all of this pain is going to make you stronger as a person <3

  • Done4s says:

    Your a great guy hope you the best in your life .

  • Bailey Gawa says:

    People are so heartless they just don’t understand what others are going through

  • Ahmed Alibaba says:

    Next time, infect the rude and give them even a worse acne

  • krushna kekan says:

    There is pain of bullying in you voice 💔

  • toxic yt says:

    You the GOAT 💰💰🔥🥳

  • dillan skatez says:

    Someday I’ll be able to to talk to a person eye to eye without looking down 🙁

  • Sub To Mereira ._. says:

    Just use Proactiv

  • Dean C says:

    It’s acc sad people are disgusted by fat shaming something you do control but people with acne it is “disgusting” I don’t have acne but I feel u honestly do

  • chrisgamer77755 says:

    People should never judge people because of their looks

  • Wind Star says:

    There is something actually wrong with people. I don’t know why they care about how someone else looks. If you don’t have any thing nice to say not say it.

  • Beck Patrick says:

    Good on you bro. Your such a mature guy. Happy for you.

  • Prangija 470 says:

    Hey there are worse things then acne. But I also have something that is bothering me a lot. I know that it is hard but it will get better. Not only for us but for everybody.😁

  • stefanie says:

    He cuteee

  • stefanie says:

    He cuteeee

  • Edan Alexander says:

    We don’t really talk about acne in my high school tbh

  • johnrey deguzman says:

    My acne ruining my life I'm now fat because I cannot work out because of my acne it's now 4 months but still here I can't go out side

  • Fergus Sweeney says:

    Your a boss bro!

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