More Fused Toe Piercings

Maybe I’m having too few random hookups or something, but I’ve never seen merged toes or fused toes like this in person, but I keep getting photos of them pierced (here’s another few). This particular set of eight (?) little piggies was done by Mark at Capital Q in Edmonton, Alberta…

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8 thoughts on “More Fused Toe Piercings

  1. I have a set of fused toes as well, but they are not pierced. Wouldn’t that be irritating after a while? Is it meant to be a permanent piercing?

  2. cool!

    shouldn’t it be “…nine (?) little piggies”? unless these are fused on both feet, but that usually doesn’t happen.

    anyone know how likely that would be to stay in permanently?

  3. Remember the people in high school who would intentionally chip their nail polish so it would look “tough?” Hehe…

  4. YAY! I have fused toes on both feet and so does my daughter! I have been told it is a dominent gene. Ive never seen or heard of any one else with this. Im so happy that some one is proud of what is geneticaly different! I love the piercing!

  5. I had my (fused) toes pierced like that a while ago- It only lasted a year or so due to getting stepped on.

  6. My lil sis has fused toes on both feet. I showed he that pic and she flipped out. Now she wants hers pierced, too.

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