A 41-year-old white male noticed a small, soft, nontender mass on his forehead. Physical examination revealed a semiflucuant 1.5 cm mass with normal overlying skin. There was no pulsation, palpable thrill, or audible bruit. There were also no local inflammatory signs or neurological deficits. Patient recalled no any history of local trauma. Clinical impression was a lipoma. The patient underwent an excisional biopsy.