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  • Watchman
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    I'm sure y'all know that that is one of the reasons people get their tongue pierced, also. it's not just to "be different," or rebel

    Yeah...but what I wanna know is...does it work ?

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  • jellybean40
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    quote:
    Originally posted by ProWritingServices4LEOs:
    ...I was afraid if I opened the door any more than I did, the moderators would slam it...right on my tongue. Leme try this way: Clipping the frenulum helps one become a more cunning linguist

    Capieche?

    Ohhh maahhh, ...Colonel Angussss [Eek!] when are you coming down South? ...to Jersey, that is [Wink]

    I'm sure y'all know that that is one of the reasons people get their tongue pierced, also. it's not just to "be different," or rebel

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  • Deputy Joe
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    Would I do it? No, but tomorrow I am going out and getting a SPORKED TONGUE

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  • DMS 525
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    Oh, yes, Royce. Little ***** could not seem to realize others found his music annoying, especially when he'd make the walls of our apartment shake! Called the PD on him more times than not. He finally threatened my wife, and word got back to him I'd tear him apart. He backed off, and we were finally able to move out of that Godforsaken hole when our lease was up!

    I pondered getting into the electrical room, and cutting off his power; see if that would get his attention.

    All the times PD was called, they should have cited him; they heard the noise themselves.

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  • Jim Burnes
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    I went searching for any more information regards the implanted horns, and found myself in some fairly vile porn sites. So I searched just for tattoos and piercings, with the same results.

    I found one posting that explains how a plastic surgon is planning to contruct WINGS on a human body! Apparently, it can be accomplished and there are no end to the odd people who would want them.

    And, if that is not strange, there is a fellow who has implanted into his shaved head, a netal 'mohawk' piece.

    This is turning into a very dark subject. [Eek!]

    Jim Burnes

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  • Royce
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    DMS 525
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    Nowdays, it's disfiguring your body, and driving around with the car seats laid way back, listening to that inane booming music. Go figure.

    Did ya ever have neighbor like mine, that would play the loud *** home stereo in the morning between 12-5am, I can testify to that one. Creeps!

    I saw a study on TV about this very same thing, that booming loud music greatly affects your hearing after a while, you won't be to concerned about it at first until you actually take a hearing test which is what they did with the young guy who thought it was cool to have all of those amplifiers in his car increasing all that boom! boom! sound. Turns out his hearing was affected when it came to soft to high-pitched sounds. He lost some of his hearing already, and he laughed about it.

    I can see how some people work around loud machinery or people employed in the construction or even many military people who serve showing signs of hearing loss due to exposure to bomb blasts etc etc...

    But to do it on purpose? These folks must not like the hearing God gave them

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  • Ron1432
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    I saw a TV show with the Lizard Man and a few others. Some did the horns and the split tongue...To each their own....

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  • ProWriter
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    Piercing the tongue can be risky you can get a bad infection, with all the germs your mouth has. Your mouth is dark, moist and warm, a perfect breeding ground for infection.
    Actually, the mouth is the fastest healing area of your body for the same reason it bleeds so profusely when cut...it has more blood vessels per square inch than most other bodily tissues.

    Any piercing or cutting is a potential source of infection, but according to medical experts, the two most infection prone (and most prone to rejection of the metal) are the eyebrow and belly button. I agree that in the case of tongue splitting, [Eek!] there's such a large surface area of exposure that it's a much bigger risk.

    It's also true that, in a bacterial sense, the human mouth is filthy, which LEO's know all too well, is why human bites are so dangerous. On the other hand, saliva flow is directly related to cleansing the oral tissues, and the most recent JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) presented a study showing that people who kiss a lot or chew gum, etc have much faster healing mouth sores and abrasions, precisely because it stimulates saliva production and flow. And now that we're back to more interesting topics of oral fun [Wink]
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    Do tell! You might as well learn it now...on O.com, if you 'open the door'...just a little bit, you have to open it ALL THE WAY!

    Actually, I thought I WAS opening the door...trust me, I got no secrets Bro'(if you don't believe me, there's a link to my web page right in my profile)...I was afraid if I opened the door any more than I did, the moderators would slam it...right on my tongue. Leme try this way: Clipping the frenulum helps one become a more cunning linguist

    Capieche?

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  • SpecOpsWarrior
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    "listening to that inane booming music"

    It's all about the base man!

    BOOM TIC BOOM TIC TIC TIC BOOM TIC BOOM

    My truck windows vibrate!

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  • DMS 525
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    I won't even allow my daughter to get her navel pierced. Ears are perhaps understandable, providing one does not overdo it, but piercing any other part of your body is plain asinine!

    Then again, to quote comedian Bill Engvall(the "here's your sign" guy), a belly button ring does serve a purpose; to hold up the chastity belt!

    That stepson of mine; get's an ear pierced(not really a big deal, although I think guys are better off without), but then gets his tongue pierced, then his lower lip, as well as tattoos on several places!!! I told him I did not like that lip piercing one damned bit, and I was not going to keep quiet about it! Didn't think much about it, until he gets laid off from a good factory job, and goes out looking for other work. He was finally told point blank from one potential employer to lose those ungodly decorations if he even wanted to think about having a job there.

    Not that he's not a bad young man. He did that mainly to spite his father, and to show his independence(he's 21, and on his own- has been since he finished high school). I really shouldn't complain; he doesn't smoke, doesn't use dope, and rarely drinks.

    I'll give the young man some credit; he got those tattoos where you can't see them, unless he's wearing shorts or a tank top shirt, and he seems to have gotten out of the kick of the pierced tongue and lip. Looks human again.

    I suggested one time about getting a ring put in his nose, like an old bull used to wear. He thought that might be fun. I then dared him to do so, and I'd then get a long stick with a hook in the end of it, hook it to the nose ring, and show him first hand why they used to ring those ornery old bulls! Get ahold of that nose ring, they'd go anywhere you wanted them to go! Needless to say, he scrapped that idea in a hurry!!

    I guess teenagers feel ther need to express themselves in some way or another. In my day, it was cigarettes and booze. That evolved into smoking pot, and using other kinds of dope, which I was never in to. Nowdays, it's disfiguring your body, and driving around with the car seats laid way back, listening to that inane booming music. Go figure.

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  • Royce
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    Trying to be different huh?

    Piercing the tongue can be risky you can get a bad infection, with all the germs your mouth has. Your mouth is dark, moist and warm, a perfect breeding ground for infection.

    Splitting ones tongue I think increases your chances of getting infected even more. It's a bad practice.

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  • shooter1201
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    Do tell! You might as well learn it now...on O.com, if you 'open the door'...just a little bit, you have to open it ALL THE WAY!

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  • ProWriter
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    That's a little much. I went to a cosmetic surgeon to have the frenulum cut out (that's the little web of skin UNDER your tongue that keeps you from extending it more) [Wink] ...but I was fully anesthetized...and there was a (very) practical purpose to doing it

    [ 05-25-2003, 12:30 PM: Message edited by: ProWritingServices4LEOs ]

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  • AutumnAngel
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    No thanks, I'll pass. Frikkin gross.

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  • BunnyFoo-Foo
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    I like the anklet idea. My toes are too tiny for a toe ring. It is not so much that I care what others say if I get tatoo, I just know it will be something I dont like when I finish this rebel mood i am in. I had stomach surgery 8 years ago and have a scar above and below my belly button. I dont want to mess with that and a belly button ring...besides; only my husband will see it because I dont wear bikini's because of the scar...looks like the put a zipper starting where my sternum ends down past my belly button...I still hate it after all these years, but it saved my life.
    Maybe I will get eyes tatooed on my forehead..cant be any dumber than having horns stuck in my head. That is just plain stupid...next thing you know, they will have tails implanted in their butt. That would be funny, huh.
    Nothing surprises me any more, I just worry about what the trend will be when baby bunny grows up.
    Oh, I will just worry about now....

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