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Subject: This is a legitimate question, not just to you, but everyone who does this. You say facially they look like twins. Couldn't you say, without the word facially, and still mean exactly the same thing? How else would they look like twins? I mean, I guess you could say you were attempting to be specific, it's just that when people here talk about what someone looks like, they use the word facially and it's never necessary.

I have never ever heard that used anywhere else ever. Has anyone else?
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Date Posted: 15:04:39 02/04/18 Sun
In reply to: Anon 's message, "Facially, Alexis Ren and Gal Gadot look like twins." on 14:33:45 02/04/18 Sun

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[> [> [> [> Subject: I just mean when I look at a headshot of Alexis Ren, I see a resemblance to Gal Gadot. That's all.

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Date Posted: 17:19:30 02/04/18 Sun

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[> [> [> [> Subject: I think because sometimes facially is the only place a person is impressive. I haven't seen this woman but it could be that nothing else is like Gal Gadot. In the pageant world where a woman is judged from head to toe, makes sense to me. There are many women who are facially stunning but the rest of them not so much.

I get it completely
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Date Posted: 13:03:36 02/05/18 Mon

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[> [> [> [> [> Subject: Really? Because I've never heard any other body part used in a similar sentence, like, "her arms make her look like Gal Godot's twin." See, you would never say that because it's the face that makes someone else appear like someone else, even in pageants where the entire body is being judged.

Have you ever used that outside this board and did people look at you funny?
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Date Posted: 16:09:02 02/06/18 Tue

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[> [> [> [> [> [> Subject: There are people with beautiful bodies. Facially is not only used in comparison. Some people are only attractive facially. There are some really pretty fat girls but their bodies aren't beautiful. That's a specific example for you.

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Date Posted: 21:20:11 02/06/18 Tue

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