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Spyder

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by Spyder_mod, Feb 28, 2005.

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  1. Buzz Kill

    Buzz Kill New Member

    I actually have 00g in my lobes at the moment..but hopefully over the next year or so I'll go up to a 5/8" but that'll take some convincing of the parents.
     
  2. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    There aint no convincing my dad.. lol. He didnt even like it when i got my ears peirced with a gun... lol. he is one of those closed minded people that dont like any bod mods at all. Normally i only talk about or show my dad my ears if he asks about them, even then i dont want to..
    But i dont care what he thinks, i like my mods.  :)
     
  3. Buzz Kill

    Buzz Kill New Member

    I use this like good grades..birthdays.christmas and etc. as an excuse to stretch my ears..telling my mother that it can be her present to me.
     
  4. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    lol, thats a good idea. lol.

    WOOT!!!!!!!!!! I got my left ear peirced again today!!! YAY! Its swelled right now. Its more of a cart. peircing than a lobe peircing, but i still love it. :mrgreen: . Im gonna stretch it to a 10g.

    YAY  :mrgreen:  :mrgreen:  :mrgreen: , im so happy!!!
     
  5. Illyria Jade_mod

    Illyria Jade_mod New Member

    please note, excessive stretching (more than 2-3 gauges) is a bad idea in cartilage.
     
  6. Buzz Kill

    Buzz Kill New Member

    congrats..and listen to Ria she knows her stuff
     
  7. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    yea i know. i dont plan on gauging it above a 10g.
     
  8. Illyria Jade_mod

    Illyria Jade_mod New Member

    good...otherwise you really start to damage your ear.  i take it you were pierced at 14?
     
  9. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    well, 16 gauge. But its not really a carilage peircing or a lobe peircing.. Its a little bit of both. i dunno, here is a pic. lol. I have a retainer like earring in now, so its a little hard to see.

    [​IMG]
     
  10. Illyria Jade_mod

    Illyria Jade_mod New Member

    that's the same incredibly blurry picture you sent me last night, which i still can't see, and you can't expect us to be able to see a blurry picture with a retainer...that's impossible.
     
  11. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    lol, im very sorry about that. i have bad digital camra skills.. lol. but this peircing is where the bump is in my ear. lol..
     
  12. Illyria Jade_mod

    Illyria Jade_mod New Member

    ummm...ok...WHICH bump?
     
  13. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    if you follow the outside of my ear up. the first noticable bumb is the peircing. the bump is due to swelling.
     
  14. nikki444141

    nikki444141 New Member

    i can see it if it makes u feel ne better
     
  15. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    lol, thanks. ill take another picture of it prolly tonight. I have a straight barbell in it now.(one i got from PP, YAY). so you should be able to see it better. :wink:
     
  16. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    ok, now you should be able to get an idea of where it is.

    [​IMG]
     
  17. Buzz Kill

    Buzz Kill New Member

    I figured that awkward blurry lump was it.
     
  18. Spyder_mod

    Spyder_mod New Member

    lol, yep. so what would you consider that being? more of a lobe or cartilage piercing?.. ill take a look at the ear chart thingy, lol.
     
  19. Buzz Kill

    Buzz Kill New Member

  20. pauki

    pauki New Member

    AWESOME!!!!!!!! WELCOME  :wink:
     
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