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Tongpiercing @ Dare2Wear [13.11.07]

In het weekend begon het langzaam tot me door te dringen. Het was inmiddels alweer halverwege november, dus is zou tijd zat hebben om een piercing te laten genezen vóór de tentamenperiode (een periode van weinig slaap en onregelmatig en slecht eten, dus niet super voor m'n weerstand). Ik had m'n mondelinge presentatie net gehad en hoefde dus een tijdje niet meer verplicht te spreken. Ik had als een van de weinigen het eerste tentamen gehaald (self-gift time!) en ik was zojuist door een vriend aan de kant gezet, dus "geen oraal contact" was opeens een veel minder groot bezwaar. ... read more

Success

Disclaimer: I DO NOT advise that anyone else do their own piercing. As many people will tell you, you REALLY can have terrible things go wrong. I was just lucky that my whole face or mouth isn't paralyzed. I figured though that before piercings were done by "professionals" (NOT KNOCKING PIERCERS AT ALL!!)there were "un-professionals" and I figured I could handle it. This also isn't my first do it yourself piercing. If you are going to pierce anything yourself though the biggest thing and most important thing to remember is to keep EVERYTHING clean. Your mouth is already vulnerable to ... read more

My tongue

Ik ben al een tijdje geïnteresseerd in piercings, maar ik heb nooit de kans gehad om er eentje te laten zetten. Mijn ouders zijn tegen piercings, en zo heb ik er nooit eentje kunnen zetten. Tot ik op een gegeven moment begon na te denken over een tongpiercing. Die zouden mijn ouders niet zien, tenzij ik mijn mond wijd open zou doen of vreemd zou gaan praten. Van beide heb ik geen last, want ik doe mijn mond niet wijd open en ik ben bijna nooit thuis, dus hoeven mijn ouders me ook niet veel horen praten. Dus zo begon ... read more

Risks and other fun things

Every piercing comes with risks, as we all know. We read about other's experiences, we see all the risks, but we think "It'll never happen to me. I have a good piercer whom I trust/ I take care of my piercings/whatever" Unfortunately, it did happen to me despite the piercer I trust and the fact that I care for my piercings. And although it would be easy to blame the following events on an incompetent piercer, or an inconveniently small tongue web, I'll admit. I could've been smarter about everything. I could have realized sooner that this wasn't good. But ... read more

my first major piercing!!

Ever since I had my cartilage pierced I immediately knew I didn't want to stop there. I had a bunch of piercings like my nose, industrial, tragus, etc. done but I have always wanted to get my tongue pierced because lets face it.. i'm addicted to piercings. I was only 16 years old at the time and my parents said they would kick me out of the house if I ever came home with it done. I never believed them but I didn't really want to test them with that either. Some of my friends were able to hide their ... read more

Love my tongue ring

Ok, I should start off with a bit of background about myself! I'm 18 and have had a lot of piercing's in the past, I've had nose, belly button, ear lobes about 4 times and cartilage, 8 times! I also have a fairly low pain threshold. I had been thinking about getting my tongue pierced for about 2 years but was never able since my parents disapproved and said I had to wait until I was 18! So after a lot of humming and hawing, I decided I was going to get it done! But me being me, I kept ... read more

I Don't Need Your Venom

"WHY would you do something like that to yourself??" I'm sure there are a lot of you reading this who are also a bit too familiar with this statement. (Yes, statement, not question. Generally, the people asking don't really want to understand, they just want to express how they feel.) It's at this point where most of us would say it's who you are, it completes you, you wanted it... whatever your reason may be. A lot of those goggle-eyed onlookers will leave it there, with that look that says they'd rather stay baffled. But some of them persist. "But ... read more

Double Tongue Web

This is the story about my double tongue web piercing. I've always been such a huge fan of the pointless oral piercings like tongue webs, smilies and frownies. Of those three, my tongue web has been my favorite and the only one that's lasted an extended amount of time, hopefully forever. I initially pierced my tongue web about six or seven months ago. One of very few things I've actually dedicated myself to. I looked up every bit of information I could, got the needed supplies and the nicest jewelry I could find. After much frustration and more work than ... read more

Word of Mouth

The title to this experience has more than one meaning, which you will understand once my story is finished. I decided approximately three years ago that I wanted a second tongue piercing, but was disappointed to be told that I couldn't have a one. Determination is usually a virtue but in my case I should have been less determined and more cautious. I went to ask if it was possible, and after some humming and hawing, yeah he agreed that it could be done, but only if I took out the one that I already had(that was crooked anyways) and ... read more

Ice and soup, my friend... ice and soup.

For a long time I've been planning on getting a lot of piercings - at least twenty - and I knew the placements and types of jewelry and such for every piercing I wanted. Now that I'm an active customer at my favorite local shop, the real challenge is trying to work my way around my boss's "no more jewelry!" policy. After I exhausted my visible possibilities (three in each lobe, 10ga, 12ga, and 14ga, and my left cartilage), I began moving to less visible piercings. It started with a set of nipples, though I was unhappy with them... the ... read more

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