The Guess What Game (Round 2)

It’s Tuesday all over again, which means it’s time for another edition of the Guess What Game!

The way the game works is simple, over the course of the day you’ll be shown three different images as well as given a hint as to what the image is of.  In the comments section, you guess what body part (or modification) you think the image is part of.  At the end of the day you’ll get to see the full images and find out if your guesses were right.  Winners get bragging rights for the week.  And for those of you keeping score, there were only a couple of people who managed to guess all three last week.

If you didn’t get a chance to play the game last week, here’s how things went.  We had the beginnings of a set of bloody brass knuckles, a split and pierced tongue, and finally a dydoe piercing.  Now, let’s get on with the game!

Round two delivers a trio of piercings that are somewhat common nowadays, but the placement of the ones in the image are fairly unique.  Personally I’m a little jealous of them, as they’re something I’d never be able to pull off, as they’d be hidden all the time.

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Well?  Do you think you know what it is?  Post a comment below and keep checking back today to see if you were right!

For those of you joining the game late, you can find round one by following the link.

And when the results are posted, you’ll be able to find them right here.

14 thoughts on “The Guess What Game (Round 2)

  1. im guessing chin too. the “covered all the time” clue makes sense with all that fuzz he sports on a daily basis. XD

  2. even more, now that i read the line about them being covered, if you had them…mr epic beard author ;)

  3. i woudl have to say its soem where on the face but its microdermal set of three on the forhead

  4. im gonna go female chin, the indent at the top and bottom looks way too steep to be a forehead…. theyre very nicely set microdermals btw..

  5. Pingback: BME: Tattoo, Piercing and Body Modification News » ModBlog » The Guess What Game (Results)

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