HELP!!!!!!!!!!!ears pierced

Discussion in 'Fashion and Crafts' started by Little flower, Jan 2, 2005.

  1. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    i rele want 2 wear earrings, but im not sure if i want 2 put a hole in my ear 4 fashion.

    here r v pros and cons (in my view)

    pros
    hippie/wiccan/natural/crystal/ earrings:D
    if i dnt want a hole in my ear any1more it will close up

    cons
    it might not close up:(
    a hole in my ear 4 fashion:confused:
    it might hert

    plz can u give me sum addvice on this.:)
    ive already got sum earring which i rele wanna wear
     
  2. soulrebel51

    soulrebel51 i's a folkie.

    What is wrong with making a hole in your ear for fashion? What in the hell else kinda hole would you put in there? :eek: :confused:
     
  3. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    i just dnt believe in altering ur body 4 fashion
     
  4. mladen_22

    mladen_22 Member

    of course.
    altering your body makes sense when you do it because you'll feel better.
     
  5. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    soz i dnt understand
     
  6. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    plz tell me wat u mean
     
  7. mladen_22

    mladen_22 Member

    don't do anything to your body just for fashion!
    if you'll feel better and empowered with a modification (piercing,tattoo, etc..) do it.
     
  8. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    is it natural 2 hav pierced ears???
     
  9. mladen_22

    mladen_22 Member

    Of course it is :) if you'll be happy with pierced ears, just do it. it doesn't hurt.
    But the holes probably will not close up if you take the jewelry out.
    I pierced my ears about 10 years ago...took the jewelry out about 6 years ago, and holes still didn't close up.
     
  10. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    thank u soo much!!! :)
    will sum ears close up???
    i'll tell u if i do get em done
     
  11. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    can u do it urself
     
  12. mladen_22

    mladen_22 Member

    better don't... you may hurt yourself or pick a disease from unhygienic needle. if you want to pierce your ears, it's better to do it in a good piercing studio.
     
  13. shinta

    shinta Member

    I had 1 in each of my earlobes
    Had them for 2 years
    took them out for 3 months and you dont see them anymore :)
     
  14. Little flower

    Little flower Member

  15. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    can any1 show pics of there earrings????
     
  16. squawkers7

    squawkers7 radical rebel

    Natural..Not really or else ya would have been born with the holes in your ears. But earrings look nice. I wasn't able to get mine pierced until my 18th birthday, then 2 yrs ago (today) I got a 2nd hole in both ears...except the 2nd hole in my left ear closed up after 2 months.
     
  17. Little flower

    Little flower Member

    so they can close up.
     
  18. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    Ok yes they close up. No it doesnt really hurt.
    If your doing it for fashion then you are thinking "wow everyone has pirced ears... i want them too" ... if you are doing it because it feels right for you then you are thinking "i feely feel like this would feel like part of me and i dont care what anyone thinks"

    Is it natural?? No. .... Is it a western world fashion statement? ... no look at many many old tribes.. pircings, tunnels,,plugs.. facial and genital and body pircing, scarring, tatooing all forms of modern body modifications are just stolen and edited versions of very very old practices. often very spiritual and symbolic practices.
     
  19. TheLittleOne

    TheLittleOne Senior Member

    wooooa there, too much IM vocab...it's called 'spelling'...try it out
     
  20. shinta

    shinta Member

    this is the one at the top of my ear
     

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