Twitter user Los_Writer recently took to the social media platform to prove that almost everyone had a mark from where they got stabbed with a pencil as a kid. The tweet received thousands of responses with people sharing photos of their battle wounds.
And now, it appears that most women also have something else in common. A few days ago, Twitter user Aaryn Whitely posted photos of her wrist, along with the wrists of a few friends, and made the claim that every woman has a freckle in the middle of their wrist.
"Ladies... you got a freckle on the middle of your wrist or is this a myth," Aaryn asked.
As it turns out, a lot of women had a freckle in the same exact place. The tweet has so far received over 20,000 retweets and 50,000 likes. Over 9000 comments were sent in reply, with many women sharing photos of their own freckles.
"I also have one on my left wrist but it isn't perfectly centered like this one," one user wrote.
Another added: "Yeah this is wild."
It's fair to say that people were pretty shocked by the discovery.
"I mean I guess," one user joked. Only to have another user point out that they did indeed have a darker freckle in the middle of their wrist.
"Low key freaking out," another user added, seemingly shocked by the trend.
"I was like 'nah' but apparently I keep my wrist freckle under my watch," one Twitter user added.
Another user had a similar experience, adding: "I was like haaaa not me. Then I looked at my left wrist."
One user asked what we're all thinking: "Okay.. but why do we all have dis?!"
Well, this seems pretty crazy. Do you have a freckle in the middle of your wrist?