Yeah, Megan Fox and I have something in common. And no it isn't our fair skin and brown hair...we both have clubbed thumbs. A pretty unique feature if I do say so myself! I have never really thought of them as ugly, just different. Until I was told that I looked like I had a deformity (which I guess it technically is.) So I read up on what people have said about Megan Fox. Here is a quote I found:
This brunette beauty has what some have dubbed "toe thumbs," which are stubby, squat thumbs that somewhat resemble big toes. However, they're more commonly referred to as "clubbed thumbs," and the clinical name for the condition is brachydactyly type D. Fortune tellers have also dubbed the condition "murderer's thumb," which explains Megan's creepy role in "Jennifer's Body." Some people might say that Megan's bulbous thumbs detract from her looks, but I actually think that they're kind of cute.
Well thank gosh someone thinks they are cute! One of my patient's noticed my thumbs and he calls me stubby thumbs.
Brachydactyly D is a genetic trait where the last bone are very short and rounded. You can have them symmetrical or asymmetrical. Thank gosh mine our symmetrical.
Oh and the downfall, you are bad at a couple of things:
Bowling: you try stuffing huge thumbs into that small hole.
Texting: being forced to use my poor chubby thumbs to hit the appropriate button.
Typing Same as texting.
Writing: I hold the pen/pencil differently than everyone else.
Thumb wars: Total disadvantage here, on the plus side, if ever there was a mandatory thumb war draft, I wouldn't have to go.
What makes you unique?