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!

Last week’s game only netted a couple of perfect scores, so let’s see if that number can improve this week.  Although I’m pretty sure this week might be the toughest week so far.

For those of you new to the game, the way to play is simple.  Over the course of the day, you’ll be presented with three cropped images.  In the comment sections of each post, write down what body part is in the image.  To make things interesting, each image will have some small clue as to what the part is.  At the end of the day the full images will be revealed and you’ll have a chance to see if you were right.  If you manage to get all three right, you win bragging rights for the week.  And now on with the game!

For round two, this is clearly something fresh.  With something like this, it might be easier to figure out what you can see through the hole, in order to find out what part actually has the hole.  I will say that this type of removal isn’t something you see every day.


Think you know what this is?  Post in the comments, then keep checking back here to find out what it is.

If you’re getting to the game late, and you’ve made your guess but can’t find the results, just click on the following link.  It will become active once the results are posted.

Click here to see the results!

And if you missed round 1, you can find it right here.

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

  1. i’m tempted to say its a fresh transscrotal piercing, just because i cant think of anywhere else it could be that isnt painfully obvious and common (like ear cartilage)

  2. the stitches are quite big for the hole it self, a removal u dont see everyday??? transcrotal cut and sewed up

  3. No flesh removal to make a transcrotal. So it is an other place (or a useless flesh removal to make the transcrotal…)

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