What Does It Mean When You Have a White Lump Spot on Your Tounge?

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The white spots on your tongue, affectionatly called lie bumps, (moms used to tell their spawn that if they lied, she'd know because these bumps would show up) are simply infected taste buds. Swish some salt water 3 times daily, they'll clear up.
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