Talk about a pain in the ass

One of the perks of having a membership to BMEzine.com is that you gain access to the Surgical and Hard galleries.  For those that have never had the opportunity to see these galleries, may not be aware that there are special bonus galleries that are dedicated to individual members.  No topic is taboo, and these individuals are continually pushing the boundaries of modifications and mod-related play.  Often you’ll get a glimpse of some of these sections in ModBlog’s regular “Guess What?” feature.  Today I opted for just sharing a simple picture with you.  Now while this is probably on the very tame side of what you can expect to see, it is still an interesting image to share.

To be on the safe side, I’m going to hide it behind a clickthrough just in case a co-worker happens to be walking by.

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See, I told you it was tame.  But like I also said, this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what you can see.

My only concern about this play piercing session is wouldn’t it be difficult to sit down with all those needles poking out?

Ok, fess up, what did you think was going to be behind the clickthrough based on the headline?

11 thoughts on “Talk about a pain in the ass

  1. My first thought? Something (probably fairly sizeable) stuck up the person’s butt…

  2. I’m with Mrs. Penguin on this – something fairly sizeable up the butt, which would probably fall into a serious stretching I guess as well.

  3. I was kind of expecting staples so i wasn’t too far off (without being right)

    In other news, porcupines make for lousy seating. More at 11.

  4. Call me a pain junky but I think this looks really fun. Now all I need is a partner who wants to stick me.

  5. I could be wrong, but they do appear to be. They certainly seem longer than the standard play needles.

  6. Hahaha I agree with #1 – I was thinking along the lines of something *very* sizeable, to be honest.

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