By Truan - 25/03/2009 21:04 - United States
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OP here I'll clear a few things. First off, no I'm not that dude who got a comment from his girl's grandfather. Although that would be great, it's not me. Second...as for our inability to do it...well I didn't have a clear view. and I couldn't get a good grip on the ball because I fingerbanged her prior, so my hand was...well you get it her hands were lubed up, so same problem. I couldn't see them well enough to unhook them, and she couldn't do a damn thing with them either. It took about 5 minutes before we decided to call anyone. My brother and dad weren't in the house, and obviously if I called a friend, my mom would have to show them in I got the tongue ring for my 18th birthday (2 weeks ago), so obviously moving out isn't going to be an instant thing. Oh and my mom's a nurse, so she just looked at us both staring at her awkwardly, laughed, and undid it. We haven't spoke about it since. Honestly, I think it's pretty funny. What's really funny is those of you idiots who don't understand the exhilaration of a piercing.
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HAHAHA How awkward must that be for your mom. And, did you time exactly to the point when your tongue will be healed up?
Why would they time it exactly? If you've ever had a piercing and looked after it properly, you'll know that a) The piercer gives you a time frame in which it should have healed. b) You can generally FEEL that it's healed. They probably either waited until a bit after the time the piercer told them, or felt that it had healed up. It's really not difficult...
why in the godamn would you call your mom in? unscrew the tongue ring. dumbass.
who call their mom for that problem? Call a friend, that is what they are there for.
hahahahaha that's like on grey's when the guy's prince alberts got caught on his ex-wifes cervix!