While I think most piercers have ran across the occasional hedge that needs to be trimmed, or butt-crack that needs a good washing, the worst hygiene problem I've encountered was a session during a hood piercing. Once she was on the table and went to go spread her legs, I got a blast of a smell that nearly floored me, but the visual was the worst part. This stringy white and yellow shit was all over her cooter, and as she spread her legs, it stretched like a spider web. It was nasty. Stinky crotch goo.
I was doing a Prince Albert jewelry change and was turned around to open my packages and heard him get up. I heard a bunch of shuffling and from the corner of my eye I could see him trying to quickly peel all of the dead flaky skin off of his penis. I told him that I had to get something from the hall and quickly left the room. In the hall I put on a medical mask and came back into the room again after washing my hands. All I can remember is this disgusting penis covered in open sores and flaky dead skin and trying my damnedest not to throw up. I quickly changed the jewelry for him and let him leave. I spent the next thirty minutes disinfecting the bed over and over.
Also, The Customer is Always Perverted, The Customer is Always Suicidal.
It really surprises me that neither of those two piercers refused or suggested that their customers visit the bathroom and clean up first.
that should be illegal.
0010 BST. let's start the day feeling deeply unwell.
liked the warts...
I don't understand how some people totally fail to take care of their naughty sin-filled parts. I mean, you take a shower at least once a day, right? Every other day? You're in there, covering yourself with water and soap, and you can't spare a little for your junk? What?
I think a lot of that comes from some people being taught that you're going to go to hell for touching those parts in the first place.
And the people who are afraid of going to hell for touching their parts are getting pierced there, why exactly?
Good point. I have no idea. I really don't understand the whole non-hygiene thing in the first place, especially when you're going to have someone pierce you in a place that would get easily infected, also especially since (in that specific situation) that's an area where (hopefully) someone else is going to be putting their mouth.
I mean, some of the descriptions that were on that page were just revolting. How can you be unaware of something like that, and be so unconcerned with keeping it clean?
i think this just might be the foulest collection of tales you've ever passed along. congratulations!
OH MY GOD! HOW DOES ONE THINK ONE CAN HAVE A YEAST INFECTION OR A CAULIFLOUR'D WEINER AND STILL WANT A STRANGER TO SHOVE METAL A METAL ROD THROUGH THE OFFENDING AREA?? *shudder*
that "granddaughter" comment made my hand instinctively reach for CPS's number.
couldn't even READ.
that post would make baby jesus cry.
And you thought dealing with the occasional door-urinator was bad.
Why are you even getting pierced at that point, who are you trying to impress.
I always kind of wondered what working in a tattoo or piercing studio was like. Now I know. Ew.
God, reading that make sme feel dirty.
I need a shower.
Oh my god! Two people posted a link to the same article that neither of them wrote! What a crazy world!
sorry if my comment felt confrontational.... i didn't mean to incite such attitude..
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