Orbital Piercing

She writes, “this my second body piercing”, but due to the nature of an orbital, does that mean that you could say that the statement “this is my third body piercing” (or first) is true as well?

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24 thoughts on “Orbital Piercing

  1. Its amazing how many beautifull ladies are here on bme.
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  2. I usually count my industrial as 2 piercings, but thats just because I want my piercing count to be higher. :P

  3. well, you could put two different pieces of jewelery in it at the same time, so i’d count it as two piercings.

    and peejay, i do the same thing. ;)

  4. hmm contrary to you guys i regard my industrial as one piercing i guess on account of it being only one piece of jewelry.

  5. My industrial is a single piercing.
    I’d say, only piercing that wasn’t done immediately consecutively could be considered seperate piercings. If it’s pierced in the same session, then either there should be seperate jewelry, or the standard pause between piercings, as for any other multi-piercing sitting.

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