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My Stretching Experience

So I decided to get my ears pierced because it was something I had wanted for a long time, i didn't want to spend money to get it done so I had my brother do it, he has had a ton of experience piercing various parts on his friends so I trusted him he pierced my ear and I was surprised that there was no pain during the process at all except for the soreness afterward. I experimented with different types of earrings for a while and then I discovered that people can stretch their ears and its a relatively easy process.

I thought this would be a good look for me and I was initially only going to stretch my lobes to an 8g since I thought this was a good middle ground and I could wear cool plugs and horns in my ears. I bought some 16g's online and wore those for about 2 months then I bought some 14g and those slid right in, I made the choice when I started stretching to take my time and wear the new size for at least 2 months, I knew this might make me seem like a wuss seeing as stretching your ears had become popular and most people jumped right to a 10g, but it was the best decision for me.

Next i bought some 12's and they also fit right in, same with 10's and 8's. I soon found out that stretching your ears is kind of an addicting thing because after seeing your ears so often the new size starts to look pretty small, I did my research and it said that the stretch to 6g was the first painful stretch.

I had not been using tapers or anything to stretch until now and I got myself a 6g taper and some tunnels, let me tell you this hurt like a bitch, I used the taper in the shower to try to make things easier for me and after about 20 minutes of struggling and like 3 runs through each ear with the taper i got the tunnels in. My ears were sore for a couple weeks after and it hurt worse then getting my ears pierced. I was undecided on whether or not to size up again after this ordeal so i sat at 6g for about 3 months I had already bought some silicone 4's, but i wasn't sure what to do so i waited. After time my 6's started to feel loose and one day i was just messing around to see what would fit in my ears and i ran the 4g taper through and there was no pain at all i checked to see if by mistake i grabbed the 6g taper, but it turned out to be the 4, I put my 4g silicone tunnels in with no problems.

I thought 4g was a decent size to stay at so i kept these in and got a few more pairs to wear, however after a while the 4's started to seem small i reluctantly bought a set of 2g horns and plugs, after some contemplation I ran the horn through, I was surprised because using the horn to stretch didn't hurt at all. I wish I had used horns to stretch until this point, but at least I knew the easiest way for me to stretch now. I then bought another set of horns and plugs, but these were 0, I had heard lots of things that said 2g and 0g were the points of no return, but I'm comfortable having stretched ears so I ran the 0's through with no problems.

I was at 0 for by far the longest of any of my stretch's and I accumulated about a dozen pairs of 0's, I knew now that I wanted to stretch to at least 1/2 and be done. My stretch to 00 was probably the easiest stretch I've done because I used silicone tunnels to size up, I've heard all the stipulations and bad rumors about silicone, but I've found it the best material to stretch with(for me), all I did was fold the tunnel in half and put it in, it opened up and I felt no pain. I also accumulated a lot of 00's because I liked the size and the way 00's looked. I was in the process of buying some more 00's and I decided to buy some silicone 7/16s to size up with,I planned on waiting for a while to put these in, but soon I caved and put them in, they popped in with no problem. I'm well on my way to 1/2 inch, but I'm waiting to get some nice custom ones. This was my stretching experience and you don't have to agree with everything I've said, but feel free to make comments.

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submitted by: Anonymous
on: 10 Nov. 2009
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