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    Definately...everyone should be forcefully held down whilst their rook is pierced...should be the law...
    There is no coming to consciousness without pain.
    Carl Jung

    L ear: 1x18mm 4x14g lobes, 1x14g helix & 14g scaffold
    R ear: 1x18mm, 3x14g lobes, 1x14g helix, 16g helix, 16g forward helix & 16g tragus
    14g Double nostrils, 14g Cyberbites, Monroe, Madonna
    16g Left Eyebrow, 14g spiderbites
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    Retired piercings: septum & bridge, right double eyebrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoThirtyThree View Post
    Rooks are so shitty, overdone, and lame. I love it how everybody has one, or you're not cool, right?
    How old are you? Just curious.




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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoThirtyThree View Post
    That diagram is incorrect as well. It's lame and shitty. It doesn't even show a snug and it doesn't differentiate between a helix and a forward helix.
    Ok, seeing as you want to try and tell THE ENTIRE PROFESSIONAL PIERCING INDUSTRY THAT THEY ARE WRONG... A daith piercing is a term coined for a piercing in a very specific part of the ear anatomy. In medical terms that part would be called the Crus of the Helix, or simply Helix Crus.

    The definition of a Helix Crus is a transverse ridge that continues from the Helix and back to the ear canal, commonly agreed to begin once the helix passes the Crura of the Antihelix (or in piercing terms, the rook ridge).

    Now would you like a diagram of medical definitions of an ear... It just so happens i have one:



    You see that transverse ridge clearly labelled Crus of Helix... THAT is where a daith piercing resides, and it can be anywhere on that ridge up to the Crura of the Antihelix.

    Now how about you sit back and have a nice big cup of SHUT THE FUCK UP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABCDemily View Post
    OH FUCK I'M SO NO COOL ANYMORE GUYS!

    wut eva wil i doo naow?
    End of the line for us...no point carrying on anymore...OMG I'm no kewl...I h8...masef
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    Carl Jung

    L ear: 1x18mm 4x14g lobes, 1x14g helix & 14g scaffold
    R ear: 1x18mm, 3x14g lobes, 1x14g helix, 16g helix, 16g forward helix & 16g tragus
    14g Double nostrils, 14g Cyberbites, Monroe, Madonna
    16g Left Eyebrow, 14g spiderbites
    Ink: 9 tattoos
    Retired piercings: septum & bridge, right double eyebrow
    Want:
    Rook! Daith? Lots more ink!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoThirtyThree View Post
    Rooks are so shitty, overdone, and lame. I love it how everybody has one, or you're not cool, right?
    What's this you said little over an hour ago...

    Quote Originally Posted by TwoThirtyThree View Post
    I plan on getting my rook done very soon.
    Le Sigh... It was fun showing you to be retarded but now this is like shooting fish in a barrel.

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    Goldfish are very stupid...just thought I would share...
    There is no coming to consciousness without pain.
    Carl Jung

    L ear: 1x18mm 4x14g lobes, 1x14g helix & 14g scaffold
    R ear: 1x18mm, 3x14g lobes, 1x14g helix, 16g helix, 16g forward helix & 16g tragus
    14g Double nostrils, 14g Cyberbites, Monroe, Madonna
    16g Left Eyebrow, 14g spiderbites
    Ink: 9 tattoos
    Retired piercings: septum & bridge, right double eyebrow
    Want:
    Rook! Daith? Lots more ink!
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    wow I can't believe I missed all that...
    If my anatomy wasn't suited to the piercings I'd be in a lot of pain though, wouldn't I?


    I'll hop on over to the rook appreciation thread as well.

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    They look so good!! Good luck with healing, I don't want to imagine the pain you went through though!!

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    Haha asif I missed it too, and I was brought in as 'some chick' to be used as an example. Getting sick of this argument over my daith as to if it is a daith/forward helix. Darren's clearly explained and proven a few times what it is, and yet people are just too dumb to read properly!
    Current Piercings: tragus, rook, daith, conch, lobes x 2, VCH, right nipple

    Previous Piercings : nose x 2, lip x 2, tounge, helix, left nipple, smiley, 3 x chest md's, anti-tragus, high HCH

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarah91 View Post
    Haha asif I missed it too, and I was brought in as 'some chick' to be used as an example. Getting sick of this argument over my daith as to if it is a daith/forward helix. Darren's clearly explained and proven a few times what it is, and yet people are just too dumb to read properly!
    Doesn't really matter what it is if you're happy with it anyway




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