Torso Play Piercing Lines

Care of the Doctor:

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29 thoughts on “Torso Play Piercing Lines

  1. Wow. She’s got some pain tollerance. There is no way i could sit through all that. Bravo. Very pretty.

  2. She reminds me of a Cello with the lines the needles made….>strumstrum

  3. That is very visually pleasing. Though I recognized right away that the subject is female the piercing struck me as being rather masculine….Hmmmm….

  4. I wonder, has anyone ever done a rainbow play piercing?

    In any case, this is beautiful :]

  5. Totally Hot…..I’d do her…..just like that….

    BUT!…..the “lines” are the only thing that really kills the image. This would be so much more beautiful and artistic if there weren’t big purple lines drawn all over her……Really takes away from it…..and they are totally unnecessary…..

  6. i love the Doctor ..he’s the man.. one day, Mike… one day..

  7. One of the most visually appealing play piercings I’ve seen. I love how the pattern of it flows with the shape of her body.

  8. Good concept, poor execution, IMO. The whole lack-of-symmetry-whilst-trying-to-be-symmetrical makes it less aesthetically appealing.

    Kudos to the girl for taking 133 needles though!

  9. hey, this looks familiar. oh wait, i was there, LOL.

    and yeah, she’s totally hot. ♥♥♥ rawr!!!!

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