July '10 - Addicted To Piercings.
months ago I went to a movies/comic
convention and as part of my costume I had a
piercing in my eyebrow. I've never understood
the attraction of piercings other than to
look different, they're kind of like having a
tattoo but a lot easier to remove.
bought a lot of self piercing needles from
ebay as well as alcohol swabs, plastic pliers
to grip the skin and barbell jewellery.
Rubber gloves are good too not just for
hygiene but to physically grip the jewellery
when you screw the little ball on the end
back on, it can be quite fiddly. You also
have to remember which end unscrews for when
you take it back out when you decide that you
don't want it anymore.
then I've done my nipple and two in my belly
button. I don't walk around topless showing
them off I don't do it for the sake of
showing off my jewelry but I do it for the
sensation of having it done, i.e: IT FEELS
try to describe it but I'm sure people will
all have different experiences depending on
how they perceive pain.
first sensation is the plastic pliers, you
need those to help guide the needle in a
straight line but they do have quite a strong
grip and they lock themsleves into place. The
next sensation is basically the prick of the
needle pressing against the skin, it is
literally just the feeling of a prick not
actual pain. Then as you apply pressure to
the needle the sensation of the prick
completely vanishes and you feel no sensation
whatsoever, then suddenly the prick feeling
will come back then suddenly vanish again.
This pricking sensation keeps coming and
going until the needle slides out of the
other side giving an immense sensation of joy,
I can only decribe it as a mental orgasm but
not physical. It's also a strange thing to
see as the tip of the needle pops out.
then have to put the jewellery in, if you don't
you'll be left with an open hole which will
bleed. But there's no blood whatsover if you
do it properly.
is addictive and I can see why some people
have so many. I would never do my tongue or
intimates but I do understand why people do.
you ever want to self pierce always use a
proper disposable (use it once) type needle.
My favourite are the catheter needles that
have an outer sheeth so you can remove the
needle the instant you've pierced so you don't
accidently prick yourself while attaching the
jewellery. You can also get self piercing
instruction DVDs and there's also a lot of
stuff on YouTube showing how to do it.
It doesn't hurt, it feels nice!
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