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    05-14-2009, 05:16 PM
26 year old, white, female, democrat, lives in east Texas, have Bachelors degree. Never had any piercings, tattoos.

I don't like piercings. I think they tend to look trashy if anywhere but on ears on females.

When I see a young person all in black I think they are sad. Why not wear color!

All that being said diversity is the spice of life...just not my particular flavor in this case.
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    05-14-2009, 07:13 PM
Ugh. I WISH I could wear colour. I look good in black, white, and earth tones. That's it.

I swear it's because Im a pasty redhead. Some other gingers can rock the bright colours though... :( Lucky jerks.
    05-14-2009, 07:23 PM
Originally Posted by Whipple    
Oh wow! Matt has his ears stretched, but to maybe a couple centimeters. That is outrageous! The ears don't bother me so much, but the nose just looks kinda dumb.
I agree. I just can't see taking something beyond the point of no return in the stretching or "gouging" Plastic surgery would be the only way to get it back to original size. True?
    05-14-2009, 07:27 PM
True for anything larger than a 2gauge or maybe a 0 if you wanted it to go back to normal (an 18 gauge which is the size hole you get a normal ear piercing with).

They will all get smaller if you take out the plugs, but anything larger than a 0 probably isn't going to go back all the way.
You can increase your chances of the hole getting smaller with proper stretching techniques (Stretch a small amount at a time, clean properly, do not punch). Punching is basically taking something similar to your ear and making a hole. So instead of stretching slowly, you can start with a size 0 and then work your way up to something like the picture posted.
    05-15-2009, 11:17 AM
I don't mind tattoos - my husband has them ALL over his upper chest/ribs and arms. I have a tattoo on my wrist and will proceed to get full sleeves of tattoos.

However, I enjoy tattoos because of the artwork behind them and the bright colors. My husband draws his own up and I draw mine as well.

I don't like piercings other than ears and in women only. I'm really not sure why that is. Personally, I find naval piercings to be trashy. Go figure.

Crazy hair color doesn't bother me in the least and I have had my hair Crayola-colored a few times before.

<--Me with red hair.

I have also worn my hair in a faux-hawk before, it stood about five inches tall.

I own a LOT of black clothing, because I think it looks much better and polished. My husband wears a lot of black clothing as well, once again - a more polished look. We wear color, too, don't get me wrong, but primarily black shirts.

I am 22, married, a Republican and from the midwest. Although we did live in California before moving now to North Carolina. For a good while I was a housewife, the whole Betty Crocker deal. Now I'm a newspaper reporter and photographer.
    05-16-2009, 11:28 PM
OMG, sixxofdiamonds, I think you would look so awesome with one of those upper lip piercings! I don't think many people can pull it off, they tend to look like pimples, but you could! Especially with the red hair.
    05-23-2009, 12:51 AM
18 y/o girl from midwest US
I don't mind tattoos at all. Love the full sleeves.
Piercings on the other hand... I hate it when people go overboard. A few is fine, but too much just looks weird. But if that's what they wanna do, then go for it I guess. Crazy hair is always cool!
I once dyed my hair purple!
Mohawks rock!! I just don't like the greasy hairness.
    05-23-2009, 12:16 PM
Originally Posted by Whipple    
OMG, sixxofdiamonds, I think you would look so awesome with one of those upper lip piercings! I don't think many people can pull it off, they tend to look like pimples, but you could! Especially with the red hair.

A monroe piercing? Well, I have a birthmark that looks like it's a piercing. When I worked at a dental clinic once, they asked me to take it out. I was confused. Then I told them that it was a beauty mark, au naturale.

    05-23-2009, 03:02 PM
This bother the heck outta me

    05-23-2009, 03:05 PM
If the peicing are resonable they don't bother me. My belly button is peiced(im 13 I know that is young but I don't care) and I have 4 peircing in each ear.

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