Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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body fashion

Everybody wants toung piercing and liprings, and rings on every other part of their body but what about the absence of these body parts?
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It was very popular to get an earring or two about 50 years ago and now it is very popular to have rings, spikes or ballberrings inserted into your body, or even to have your toung cut in half. I say we should move on to instead of putting more stuff into out bodies to take stuff away. An example is to instead of peircing your knuckle cut off your finger. Or instead of putting a ring in your eyebrow, cut a chunck out of the middle. advantages to this is you can have an accident with a train and loose your arm and then turn around to have someone say "Hey, how much did ya pay for that peircing?"
laotiz, Oct 10 2003

Extreme Body Modification http://www.kuro5hin...003/7/25/221540/674
Warning: this story is just text, but the links within lead to sites that are probably not work-safe. [krelnik, Oct 04 2004]


squeak, Oct 10 2003

       What about, say, reattaching the parts BACKWARDS?
grahamhgreen, Oct 10 2003

       This is baked, it is generally called "body modification." People remove body parts, have parts surgically modified for appearance, and so on. Its become so popular in the last few years, that some efforts to ban it have cropped up in a few U.S. states. See link.
krelnik, Oct 10 2003

       worked for Van Gogh..
neilp, Oct 10 2003

       It's always amusing when someone's spelling is so bad, they misspell their own account name...
DrCurry, Oct 10 2003

       surgically adjusted, what should it be? Lao Tse?
po, Oct 10 2003

       And reattaching it where the son doesn't shine?
RayfordSteele, Oct 12 2003

       zit oil?
Detly, Oct 14 2003


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