Damn, that guy’s got some tough skin!

Now that’s what they call elbow grease! Maybe he’s been pierced there before? Thanks to Pierced-Smurf for this picture from a three-way energy pull with New Traditions in Houston, TX.

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7 thoughts on “Damn, that guy’s got some tough skin!

  1. All glory to sharper needles, though at least in my case it just seems to change it from “really damn tough” to “really tough”, my skin is like freakin’ cowhide in toughness, at least on my upper back.

    I could totally relate to that image, though…what is a suspension without a little elbow grease? :)

  2. thats what the dude looked like when he was piercing my navel. no fun

  3. That was a tough piercing especially considering it was her first hook to trow. My skin is like strait up leather when it comes to piercing… hard to push thru.
    Those were industrial strength needles. I don’t know how much sharper they could be.

  4. My back was the same way to get hooks thrown. My piercer had to give me a 15 minute massage to loosen the skin (not that i minded the massage though!!). and it hurt like a bastard when he did pierce it, and i felt every millimeter of needle through flesh. ow! but worth it!

  5. oh gosh, my sternum implant was a pain because of the toughness so now I am really worried about my first suspension.

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