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  geekchick88  |  17

During most surgeries, you're under general anesthesia and therefore wouldn't realize what was happening anyway. I feel the same way she does...I hate having clothing fitted because I don't want to be stabbed. I also don't like having my hair done because I don't want to be burned. Both of those things have happened to me before, so it's natural to feel that aversion. I don't understand why she was thumbed down.

By  xivoricbutterfly  |  25


  Siettadulce  |  21

When #7 was referring to "lady doctor," I'm pretty sure she wasn't referring to the doctor's gender but to the term women use for the OBGYN. I could be wrong though.

  singer0421  |  32

Actually 29, Siettadulce's version seems much more realistic in that Sarafinistar14 didn't mean a female doctor, but rather an obgyn. Though it is true that any typical doctor could check it out, women are usually more comfortable having women-specific doctors examine their breasts.

  chlorinegreen  |  27

I would also be a little more concerned about the blood on the dress then the stab to the nipple. The piercing will heal but depending on the amount of blood on the gown, that may not be as easy to clean off. Especially on delicate fabrics.

  CaitiieBuggs  |  23

Hydrogen peroxide! When I was getting my wedding dress fitted the seamstress stabbed herself and got blood on my dress- that's when she taught me that nifty little trick. But you don't want to use too much.

  hellnosucka  |  27

the only possible explanations are either that you decided to marry the person who pierced you and they happened to have a wedding dress casually lying around, or that the shop had an offer where you get your nipples pierced and a free wedding dress comes with the deal.