This is for all the people that tend to call every bump on a piercing a keloid. This is what a keloid actually looks like…

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SUBMITTER’S COMMENT: It’s an actual condition, more commonly found in people with darker complexions (15 times more likely actually) and generally severely overgrows the original wound. They are also prone to continually grow even after the original wound has healed. They’re generally only removable with medical assistance.

THANK YOU. I hate people who pull terms out of their ass in order to seem intelligent.