Is your photosphere marred by dark spots? Are you ashamed to be seen every eleven years? Does that hot blue beauty ignore your proposals to form a binary? You've been advancing in the main sequence, and your ugly sunspots are a sure sign you'll become a red giant soon! No wonder she ignores you. But now there's l'Oreal's Sunspot-B-Gone, a handy creme that'll cover up your sunspots and make your photosphere look perfectly smooth. Just look at this: Before:
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Anyway, now seriously: I've been noticing some stars have sunspots and others don't, and our Sun is part of the group that misses them. This is kind of odd, considering they were discovered on the Sun in the first place; shouldn't it have sunspots?