My veins are a little weird. They look like they’re on a diet. They are really, really close to purple, but I’m not sure if that’s a good thing.
No one knows for sure. This is one of those things that you just have to look at and try to guess.
The most unusual thing about my veins is that they aren’t purple. They’re more blue than purple, and are almost always purple. My veins are a lot closer to purple than they are to green.
It sounds like youre describing some kind of vascular disease involving skin, and the purple veins are the result. There are a variety of conditions that can cause this, but this is one of the rarer ones. The purple veins most often have to do with the veins in the arms and legs. This is due to the fact that the veins in the arms are smaller than the veins in the legs, so the veins in the arms are more prone to clogging.
I don’t think there’s a good scientific reason why the veins are purple. Maybe it’s because there’s a lot of red in the veins, but I’d like to say that the reason is that the veins in your arms and legs are less porous. This is one theory that Dr. Mike Smith has suggested, but it seems like a stretch to me.
Well, they are more porous and a lot of the blood you drink is blue. Dr. Smith also suggested that there was something that caused the veins in the arms to be more blue.
The theory that Dr. Smith was talking about is that the veins in your arms and legs are more porous. This is because they are not a solid color. The veins in your arm are actually made of multiple layers of collagen, which makes it look like it is more like a sponge. It’s the same idea as with your nose, your mouth, your eyes, and your ears.
There is also a theory that the blue veins in Dr. Smith’s arms and legs are caused by the amount of blood that flows through them. This would explain the fact that he is not quite blue, but has some areas of his body that are more blue.
It is also known that blood-like elements are the result of the presence of oxygen, which is why the veins look blue. In addition to the blue veins, there’s also a blue blood cell called a hemocytes, which contains iron. Iron is also responsible for making blue veins in the veins of your lips.
The whole reason Dr. Smiths veins are blue is because he is a blood-based metal. Dr. Smiths veins are made up of iron, which is why he is blue. Iron is also responsible for making your veins blue. Iron is also responsible for making the red blood cells in your eyes.