infected piercing

I was rooting about the condo for a spare micro-SD card when I found one from one of my digicams. I put it into my smartphone and noticed a directory full of photos from last year. This was from the infected industrial piercing that I have since took out and replaced with two standard bars.

infected industrial piercing

The second hole never healed – it was still full of pus and blood so I took that one out as well, leaving me with my current single bar on top.

It’s weird the stuff you find in old memory cards. I even had a video of the infected industrial piercing in there from back when I haven’t cleaned up my condo yet. :)

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25 Responses to “Infected industrial piercing”

  1. ouch dude. woke up to browse some blogs and this woke me up better than my coffee.

    • It’s not as bad as it looks but at one point it was quite painful and it was so swollen it literally *PUSHED* the bar out. :x

  2. Ouch!!! Eyewwwwwww!!!!

  3. that looks like your ear is rotting. lol

    • I think it was at the point.

      Literally rotting, it was so infected it swelled and *pushed* the bar out by the size of its swelling. Imagine how that felt. Haha. :)

  4. erkkkk… *no appetite*

  5. oh man… eww and ouch! :/

  6. I was more attracted to the mess around your toilet bowl. Seems like there’s a collection of items there. HAHA

    • HAHAHAHAHA

      Indeed, my condo, before I engaged the cleaners to come and clean up the mess, was truly a sight to behold.

      …and I don’t meant that in a good way. ;)

  7. ouch! that must have been quite some discomfort and pain!

    • It did…when it was swelling. It swelled *out* so with the pressure it was putting on the industrial bar, it actually caused the lower hole to *tear* out in order to accommodate the increased size. :x

  8. I was feeling sleepy at work but when i saw this post..it really woke me up..
    Serious infected man..

  9. ouchhhh.
    i was once addicted to piercing and had the entire right lobe pierced. then the pain went away and i got bored and took em all off after 3 months.
    wont do it again !

    • Yeah I know how it feels. I got most of my face pierced while I was 15 and studying in NZ.

      My first piercing was a septum piercing! :)

      …then lower lip, nose, 6 on my left ear, tongue, two on my left eyebrow.

      All before my 16th birthday. Heh.

  10. Do you mind me asking if you remember how that happened in the first place?? I just got my industrial 4ish weeks ago and I don’t want to go through that :(

  11. That looks painful! Did your ear hit something so it got infected or became sore? Be careful next time so it will not happen again.

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  13. Do you mind me asking if you are going to the same place for your piercings? I have seen the video of your dermal and this one, so I’m wondering if maybe this guy shouldn’t be doing piercings…I have 3 dermals, I also have an industrial in both ears, and haven’t had any issues with none of them.

  14. at some point, i really REALLY wanted an industrial but couldn’t find any place in pj that would do it. (at the time of really really wanting it, i was still quite a kid and going to kl seemed a feat too out of bounds to take on with friends – plus, my parents would be suspicious) lol. glad i never went through with an industrial. i had a helix and that was a real bitch to heal. imagine if i’d actually had an industrial. egad!

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