This Week in BME


And rounding out our week, here, is the lovely, doe-eyed and excellently monikered McShady, which I’m pretty sure is the name of the Dublin detective school that Colin Farrell graduated from. You’ve worked hard all week, ModBloggers—you’ve earned your sweets.

(Piercings by Ryan Terrillion and Brian Decker.)

So it goes, friends. What happened this time around?

- Hearty mohawks!

- Alex, our Suscon correspondent, killed it all week.

- George Waters wrote the weirdest column about tattoos ever.

- We baited the commentariat just a little bit.

- We went black and white, briefly, for a good cause.

- There’s always room for cello.

We’ll be in and out over the weekend, but come next week, we’ll fire this sucker back up just like you’d expect. Until then, enjoy your humid weekend, stay safe and, of course, thank you for your continued support of BME.

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16 thoughts on “This Week in BME

  1. what pretty eyes. plus, the fact that the disks on her clavicles are much larger than any of the beads on her face makes her eyes seem even bigger, at least to me. nice photo, classy piercings. good form.

  2. holyfucking anime eyes.

    beautiful. but really, those things are huge, not in a freakish kinda way but damn!!!

  3. Sure. She’s very pretty and all that jazz… And has some cute piercings, but to be featured just for that…? hmmmm….

  4. I loove understated facial piercings! She is soo freakin’ adorable. I am worried for the third anchor on the right though, it looks like her shirt is lifting it a bit :(

    This girl has more mods than other girls featured here, so I’m not sure why you’d even argue against her.

  5. cute, i’m slightly bummed tho, i just got mine placed like that after waiting a few years to do so and i had never seen them like that before and now i just have lol

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