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Two holes in the left ear. I quit wearing the earrings when it became cool for a guy to have both ears pierced though (my right ear is unpierced, piercing the right ear used to hold a stupid meaning).
If I ever get around to it I'll pierce the right ear and bring back the jewelry. Until then I think I would look a little unbalanced with one ear pierced. Unless of course I grow my hair out and start wearing cut off Scorpions t-shirts. I've always wanted to get a long dangly cross!
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Originally posted by NagNo, No, and never saw the point.
I agree 100%. I have no problems with tats but outside of pierced ears, I don't get it. I chuckle when kids in town with a stud in their nose, eyebrows and tongue complain that they don't get hired in the rural heart of a very red state. Really?
I say do whatever you want but accept what the consequences are. In the early 70's I had a beard and long hair, gee I wasn't particularly hirable.
I pierced my left ear three times with a nail when I was a punk teenager. By the grace of God none of them got infected. As some cruel joke, my ears seem to be made of metal instead of flesh, and none of them have closed though I haven't worn earings in 6 years.
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I have one small tattoo on my forearm (chinese characters). I plan on getting another one on my calf. Both of these are things I thought about for years before deciding to do, and both of them can be easily covered up should it be necessary for me to so.
Left ear pierced, an angry sun (spun off from Stephen King's Different Seasons cover) on my right upper arm, and an Einsturzende Neubaten logo on my left shoulder. I still can't figure out why I got that logo, but it was awhile ago, and I am OK with it. As far as looking back on it when I am 60 or 70, lemme get there first, and I am sure it won't matter that greatly to me anyway.
Double piercings in both ears but I don't regularly wear any earrings anymore (the wife hates em)
I have a scorpion tat on my left shoulderblade that I got while at A & M with some buddies on a drunken after game trip. A Chiropractic Caduceus with my fraternity letters on my right lower leg and a tribal armband on my left biceps. I want more tats but the wife constantly puts the nix on that.
The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it.
Nope & nope -- even virgin earlobes. I'm perfectly glad that mom didn't think it was de rigueur for all little girls to get that done at age 5 or so. (Do what you want when you're an adult, but a parent foisting that on a kid isn't right.)
Our baskets, and eggs, were both hidden, and continue to be so. We've switched to the plastic eggs at my parents house (mass grandkid egg hunt), due to one infamous easter where we couldn't find ANY eggs. Then we noticed the dog didn't look very well.