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D'oh

So... I was in the tub.
I realized I needed to blow my nose (I've caught a cold from the germs someone else went out and got, considering I haven't really been out of the house much this week) and leaned over to grab a tissue and heard this clinking noise.
Weird.
I blew my nose. Reached over to throw it in the trash... And I again.. this clinking noise.
I looked all over the place for whatever the hell it was that was smacking the tub or falling or flapping in place. I thought it was maybe my ring, but I hadn't put my hand on the tub. My foot and knee don't make that kind of noise (contrary to popular belief I don't actually have any prosthetic metal bits) and I suspected it was the metal shower curtain rings.... but unless there was a phantom breeze... those shouldn't have been moving.
So I repeated the leaning over motion a few times....
I didn't think it would be possible to *forget* that I have hunks of metal shoved through my nipples... but apparently I can.

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ascaechoriel
Feb. 21st, 2002 06:04 pm (UTC)
You just made me spit pepsi all over myself. I hope you're pleased.. hehe
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maddening
Feb. 21st, 2002 08:10 pm (UTC)
initially, it feels like someone is pinching them really hard.. after a few hours, they ache a little... and for about two weeks they're pretty darned sensitive to any sort of pressure, brushing past, temperature changes...
If you clean them decently, they're much better in say .. three weeks... and apparently after a year you forget they're even there.

I had a really good piercer, though. Apparently blood is common. I had no blood. He rocked.
sanguine37
Feb. 21st, 2002 09:19 pm (UTC)
I found the pinching worse than the piercing. I forget every once in a while too, but it always serves to remind me when I knock my nipple against something.
The worst part about the healing time was bumpy car rides.
No bleeding here until a few days later when I went on a particularly bumpy car rides. Love me some NYC potholes.
maddening
Feb. 21st, 2002 09:27 pm (UTC)
yeah , see.. the actual *piercing* happens so quickly that you almost don't have time to register it until it's over.

I got no blood until I got elbowed bullseyed right in the nipple about 3 weeks later.

I also opted for a "strange" thing.. I got a curved bell instead of the capture ball ring. I think it looks better than the ring would on me. And I've read things since that say that the healing time is quicker with a curved bar because you aren't dealing with the pushing back of the bottom of the ring whenever you wear a bra.
::shrug::
too much info and not enough of it is a definite do or don't.
I think piercings are just too person specific.
sanguine37
Feb. 22nd, 2002 02:31 am (UTC)
I'm a fairly restless person.
When I'm laying in bed on the phone at night (we all know who with), I'm usually playing with my bar.
It's a neat toy. Not sexual in any way.. just kinda funny lookin when you twist it.
azmatiq
Feb. 21st, 2002 08:17 pm (UTC)
I'm willing to wager that even after a year, _I_ won't forget ;)
mjfgates
Feb. 21st, 2002 09:48 pm (UTC)
Is she getting you done?
maddening
Feb. 21st, 2002 10:13 pm (UTC)
nope.
But he gets to play with mine.
mjfgates
Feb. 22nd, 2002 06:33 pm (UTC)
You should get him done. AND a frenum, those are entertaining by all accounts. You could hang little "Property of HOLLY" tags off 'em.
maddening
Feb. 22nd, 2002 08:34 pm (UTC)
Frenums have a tendency to rip out.
And uh... there are other reasons not to... why that really wouldn't work out... uh .. yeah ..

Besides.. I enjoy the fact that my boyfriend has a wonderfully sensitive genital region and can actually HAVE A QUICKIE.
After too many years of guys who couldn't get off in under an hour... it's a godsend. I don't want to risk *any* sort of nerve damage.

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