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post #11 of 23 Old 04-27-2008, 02:21 PM
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I've had my nose pierced (really want to get it done again) and it hurt for the inital piercing, but after that it didn't. I forgot about it like 5 min after.

I've always had my tongue pierced, and I didn't think about it at all, and it didn't really hurt. My tongue was fine that night, but the next morning it was swollen. I had to eat ice and I had those slim fast meals because you can't eat anything hot. In about 3 days it was fine. Just watch out with eating spaghetti after it's healed. I did that and it kinda wrapped around the piercing

Sadly I took it out about 4 months ago. I miss it because i'd play with it when I was bored, but I figured for the whole work place thing, it would be better if I didn't have one.
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post #12 of 23 Old 04-27-2008, 04:18 PM
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i really want my tounge done too but trust me, id die if I felt the pain but I really really want my nose done!
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post #13 of 23 Old 04-27-2008, 04:28 PM
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I've got my tongue, nose, and Labret done.

Nose - by far the most painful intitally, but afterwards it's not so bad. Changing the ring for the first time is a major pain the butt. LOL

Tongue - I've had mine done for four years now, and never had a problem with it. Sucked on ice as soon as I had it done, and kept that up for two days. Had Subway 2 hours after (Albeit, with a small heart attack cause I thought a pickle was my tongue ring coming out!). By the third day it was completley fine and my vet that I was working with didn't even notice until the third day, when I yawned. :p

Labret - This wasn't very painful at all, either. Nose still hurt way more than this did. And while I love it to peices and have no regrets about getting it done, this is not one I would reccomend.

And yes Ginger, FehrGroundRanch is a big wuss, so if she can do it you can too!
Maybe we'll all go in together to get something done and FGR and get her tongue done finally. :p

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I forgot to tell you Steff! George finally said that I can get my tongue done! Just not sure if I want to. For some reason when I pinch my tongue it hurts way more then when I pinch my nose! :)
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I forgot to tell you Steff! George finally said that I can get my tongue done! Just not sure if I want to. For some reason when I pinch my tongue it hurts way more then when I pinch my nose! :)
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Yeah and with my luck my tongue will fall out! We will have to see how I feel My stomach is turning in knots already just thinking about it.

AHHHH!
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Now that's something I can't imagine doing except for the lip. I'm slightly twisted that way. I would NEVER do it but if I had the choice between the 2, the lip it would be.

I can't imagine the germs involved with waiting for your tongue to heal.
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The thing with tongues is that they heal very quickly. When you get it done you use a mouth wash evertime you, eat, smoke, drink until it's healed up.
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That 's a lot of work. I'm not sure what is seen as appealing when getting those done.
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I've got my tongue, nose, and Labret done.

Nose - by far the most painful intitally, but afterwards it's not so bad. Changing the ring for the first time is a major pain the butt. LOL

Tongue - I've had mine done for four years now, and never had a problem with it. Sucked on ice as soon as I had it done, and kept that up for two days. Had Subway 2 hours after (Albeit, with a small heart attack cause I thought a pickle was my tongue ring coming out!). By the third day it was completley fine and my vet that I was working with didn't even notice until the third day, when I yawned. :p

Labret - This wasn't very painful at all, either. Nose still hurt way more than this did. And while I love it to peices and have no regrets about getting it done, this is not one I would reccomend.

And yes Ginger, FehrGroundRanch is a big wuss, so if she can do it you can too!
Maybe we'll all go in together to get something done and FGR and get her tongue done finally. :p
haha yea!

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