I’m curious to know how many people are like me: I can always see my nose, peripherally.
It’s not that I’m always thinking about it, but my nose is constantly part of my vision. If I’m watching the movie 500 Days of Summer, my nose is there the whole time. If I’m having a serious conversation with my wife, my nose has a front row seat for the event.
My nose is not of Dustin Hoffman proportions. It’s not noticeably big. But I’m realizing that there are a lot of people out there who can’t see their own nose if they look down.
I guess it’s like the way some cars have a much bigger dashboard than others. Not better or worse. Just different.
“Try so hard to stand alone, struggle to see past my nose; always had more dogs than bones.” -“Square One” by Tom Petty