Two lobes? Two piercings!

Thanks to Carl for sending in this picture of his ear mods (a split lobe with each half pierced and stretched) by Mark Boyle at Fishburn in Durham, UK.

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7 thoughts on “Two lobes? Two piercings!

  1. I knew a girl who was born with a lobe that was “double”. Because of its shape, she called it “the butt-shaped lobe” It would be cool if she had it pierced and stretched like that :)

  2. wow..GOOD IDEAD LOL my ear recently did a “split” after being stretched to 1 1/2…and ive been looking at constructive surgery..but hell…why not make it a unique mod…good job

  3. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    I wondered where Mark had got to. He’s quite literally the greatest piercer I’ve met. Responsible for my septum, PA, beads, smiley…

    I lost touch with him when he left his old place. Good to know where he is now :)

    I can start getting mods again now I know where he is. I refuse to let anyone else touch me.

    But where in Fishburn? Is he still down Stockton way? Gah!

    If anyone reading this speaks to him regularly or semi-regularly, could you let him know that Nicky from Newcastle is trying to find him? If you do, email me – penski at gmail dot com and I’ll pass on my mobile number :)



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