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Are you an innie or an outie

Innie or outie

  • Innie

    Votes: 24 96.0%
  • Outie

    Votes: 1 4.0%

  • Total voters
    25

Dio

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Belly buttons! There are two types that I have seen, belly buttons that go in and buttons that go out. I think ones that go in are more common. But there are quite a few outies out there too. I want to know what ratio of innies to outies we have here so be sure to answer the poll.
 

Azure Sage

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I'm an innie. I don't think I've ever actually seen an outie before. Not exactly dying to know what that looks like. I'm curious about how common that is now...
 

Mellow Ezlo

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I'm an innie. A few people here have probably seen mine actually in some of my dumb YouTube videos lol. I know several people who have outies though. I'm not exactly sure what causes one's belly button to go inward or outward. It certainly is one of life's great mysteries.
 
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Dio

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15 outies! 0 innies so far. I guess the conclusion we can draw is that outies don't like Zelda.
 

Jimmu

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Innie here, I’ve never seen an outie before (at least their belly button anyway) but have no real burning desire to see one (or not to see one for that matter) really. Kinda indifferent. Judging by the poll it seems to be quite rare.
 

Ninja

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Here's an outie for reference:

From teh interwebz:
Most outies are nothing more than extra scar tissue. The rest are caused by an umbilical hernia, when the stomach muscles don't fuse together properly after the cord stump falls off, causing abdominal tissues to poke through.
 

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