The Guess What Game (Round 2)

Another week, another Tuesday, and another edition of the Guess What Game!  If you remember last week, there was a male nipple, a female chastity project, and a partial glansecotmy.  Most people got the first two right, but the third had pretty much everyone fooled.  This week’s game is going outside the box a little, as you’ll see with the first round.

For those new to the game, the rules are simple.  Throughout the day, you’ll be faced with three cropped images.  Your job is to figure out what body part/modification is being shown.  To make things a little easier, a clue will be given as to what is in the picture.  At the end of the day, the results will be revealed for all three pictures, and the winners will get bragging rights for the week.  Now, on to the game!

Round two brings us back to basics.  While the first round may be a little challenging, this one should be a little easier.  A single piercing through a piece of flesh.  The big question of course is, “what piece of flesh is this”?

Guess What

Think you know what it is?  Post your guesses in the comment section below.

In case you’re joining the game late, check out round one.

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

  1. I’m guessing neck, just below the adam’s apple between the collarbones. Navel seems too obvious…

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  3. im going with a lower navel as well. based on the light amount of hair and fact that no other part of the body really opens up in tissue like that, that i can think of, along with the fact that theres no change in tissue color

  4. Which, with #Pharmacist’s hair intel, means it’s got to be a girl. The skin looks rather sloppy to me.
    I’ma have to go with above stated.

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