- Jan 8, 2022
So here's a 13 year old kid, blessed with good genes, just looking at him you'd know he will break hears when he's older. You'd assume he'd be at least an 8-8.5
But then he becomes 18, he still looks good but something just looks off. He definitely retained his good eye area but his bones just don't look quite right. From his 13 year old pic, you'd guess he would grow a very good jawline and cheekbones, but he didn't. This is a good pic, usually in other pics he has a narrowing lower third and bad bi-zygomatic width. So, what happened with this guy, you may ask. Well, he experienced something called “dolichofacial growth”, it's when your face grows longer, not in a good lower third way, but in a subhuman way. And it usually also leads to the occiput increasing in size. Of course dolichofacial growth may be genetic and predetermined to happen in some people, but in most cases it comes from poor nutrition, bad testosterone (hormonal in general) exposure during puberty. And not just during puberty, search up Bin Ladin's pics in his early adulthood years compared to when he was living in the middle of the desert, he used to have a wide face but then he developed a long, drawn face. And now I'd expect the retarded insufferable blackpill fags to come at me for not thinking about how all looks is predetermined genetically. No, bro. If you didn't spend your entire adolescence jerking off to tranny 4chan porn and sitting on your ass all day you wouldn't have became a subhuman. I'm not saying that the guy I posted indulged in those activities, I am just saying that you have at least some control over how you develop during puberty within your genetic limit, and you have to use it before it's too late. Just for the youngcels here.