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21-02-2018, 07:07 PM
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Re: To Pierce, or Not to Pierce: That is the Question

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Ow.

It's time to change them for the first time, but can't get the backs off the blasted things. Apparently this is common in new piercings.

My daughter is (rightly) laughing at me.

Pliers are next.
This is why sleepers always used to be advised for the first six weeks, easily removed as the sleepers were always moving so there was no gumming up

Im actually looking for some nice sleepers again at the moment. It was this thread that made me realise I wasn't wearing my earrings as much as I used to and Im having the trouble with gummy ears
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22-02-2018, 04:58 PM
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Re: To Pierce, or Not to Pierce: That is the Question

Hi, Missy. Actually I figured out that the piercing gun had caused the post to bend, making the removal extraordinarily difficult.

I called out the National Guard, braced my feet against the wall, and had several soldiers pulled on the earring back. It finally came loose causing them to tumble backwards

Actually, gently working on it with tweezers, I finally loosened the blasted thing and then put on a looser fitting pair which I am keeping in until they bury me....or I have some event to go to, whichever comes first
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