Discussion in 'Vaginarium' started by C4172, Aug 23, 2005.
I'm thinkin about getting my tongue pierced...still debating. pros and cons?
It's a fun piercing. I've had mine done 2 times. The first couple of days aren't fun, but it gets better quickly.
This is laurel on her roommate's computer, get the damn piercing. cons...... boy, i don't know. If you boss sees it they may not like it? It's fun, it's etntertaining, and the healing time is virtually nonexistant.
sorry... I'm a tad drunk
I will only list cons since it is a lot easier to list than all the Pros.
*If you have a longer bar it will most likely get chomped on. Now most of the time you are safe but I did barely chip 2 of my molars. Scared me enough to only buy 1/2" barbells. That is only something that happened to me, everyone is different.
*Speech will most likely be impaired for the first day...afterwards you will learn how to form your words better. This has a lot to do with how bad you swell too.
how much is a reasonable price for one?
It's funny...regarding the 1/2" bars...I have a 12g vibrating tongue ring and the bar is 1" long, I can't stand the length.
lol...but she likes it.
Including the bb, I paid $35 out the door
I paid $50 for mine for an okay shop to do it.
I had my tongue pierced for a long time. I ended up having to take it out for a job that I got where I had to look "professional". When I got it pierced it didnt really hurt at all at first. They took a clamp, pulled my tongue out and stuck a needle through it. I had my eyes closed and I didnt even know that had done it yet. I got really swollen though and it sounded funny when I talked. It was a little painful. Whatever u do though, wait as long as they tell u to to eat solid food. I tried to eat solid food on the third day and oh wow, it hurt so bad. I took 2 bites and couldnt eat anymore. It was worth it though. I loved having my tongue pierced.
I paid 40 bucks for mine.
I've had my tongue done for 6 years now, love it. The first few days suck since your tongue swells up quite a bit. ICE IS YOU'RE FRIEND. Other then that, make sure you use plastic balls (dental acrylic is the best) it's a lot easier on your teeth and gums then metal balls, you're dentist will thank you.