The Urban Dictionary of difference between a wart and a mole
I’m sorry you had to hear about the difference between a wart and a mole. It is a distinction that has been debated for centuries.
The term refers to the difference between what’s inside a wart and what’s inside a mole. Warts are skin growths, while moles are tumors.
So what is the difference between a wart and a mole? Well, when you say “wart” you mean, well, not a wart, but a growth that is a little bit larger than your finger. Then you say “mole.” In this case it’s a growth that is a little bit larger than your hand.
That might sound like a silly distinction, but it really is a very big one. The distinction is important because in nature we need these small changes in our skin to keep our bodies alive and healthy. It is for this reason that you must remove a wart to prevent it from growing back. It takes a lot of time and effort to remove a wart, and we should learn to appreciate the little changes that go into keeping us healthy.
As it turns out, you can grow a mole, but if you don’t remove it you will likely continue to grow it. The key is to remove it so it doesn’t go on to become a wart. Warts, for example, grow so fast they look like a fungus. If you don’t have time to grow your mole, you can use a wart remover and be done with it.
The wart-removal industry is big business, and we are not the only ones to have had a mole growing back underneath our skin. It’s a bit more difficult for us to remove them, but the fact is that we are no longer the biggest wart-remover. There are many, many more people out there who are willing to do the work for us.
When we are removing warts, we often use a wart remover to create a new, clean skin. This can be a very effective way to heal small wounds, and it’s a relatively cheap way to remove a larger wart. It also means that we don’t have to worry about what happens to our skin or the bacteria that can cause it.
We’re talking about a wart, so we’ll call it a mole. The fact is that, like a wart, we are a bit of a parasite on our body. This is because we have a bit of a “warty” personality (or perhaps that’s just what we’ve been programmed with). It’s usually only a small, localized area, but its a bit more serious than a wart.
That’s all good. But what does this mean for our future? Well, it could mean that the future may hold a few more “warts.” I mean you can’t just go out and pick a wart and say “I’m going to be a doctor and I’m going to have a wart removed.” You’re going to have to figure out what caused it, and then do research on that. Otherwise, well, you could get a rash or something.