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Male jewellery
« on: December 12, 2016, 17:57:23 pm »
Hi all
We recently returned from another fantastic holiday in Fuerteventura. We spent most of our time  at our favorites beaches at Corralejo and El Cotillo whilst there we noticed a lot of guys wearing penis jewellery( couldn't help but notice some of them) it wasn't only the single guys but male/female couples. We were of the opinion that some looked quite good and that some didn't we just wondered what the general thoughts on this newish trend was and should all the guys get one?
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2016, 13:08:14 pm »
It's called a "Prince Albert" so I don't think it's exactly a new trend.  To be honest the thought makes me feel queasy, why the hell would you do such a thing to yourself
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2016, 13:08:14 pm »

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« Reply #2 on: December 13, 2016, 13:53:48 pm »
The Prince Albert certainly is popular, but is just one of many different male piercings.

There's quite a few bits of non-pierced decoration on show as well, now. That seems to be the main change.
 

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« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2016, 17:29:05 pm »
The Prince Albert certainly is popular, but is just one of many different male piercings.

There's quite a few bits of non-pierced decoration on show as well, now. That seems to be the main change.

I reckon "on show" is the key phrase here.  These aren't naturists as such, but are primarily exhibitionists.  The worst example I ever saw was on the beach at Vera Playa, a guy who must have had about 30 genital piercings.
 

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« Reply #4 on: December 13, 2016, 17:32:48 pm »
hmm..well as long as it isn`t compulsory  :'(
 

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« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2016, 10:13:07 am »
Hi Bedouin, how was your trip to Vera Playa?
Great, spend quit some time counting genital piercings.
Good grief man, are you a voyeur?
Don't call me that, I'm an exhibitionist watcher.
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2016, 10:32:02 am »
It must be fun & games at the airport when you pass through the metal detector
 
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« Reply #7 on: December 14, 2016, 11:32:12 am »
It must be fun & games at the airport when you pass through the metal detector
Not really;
try passing security after you had a PET scan ! All hell breaks loose.....
 

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« Reply #8 on: December 14, 2016, 11:38:54 am »
It must be fun & games at the airport when you pass through the metal detector
Not really;
try passing security after you had a PET scan ! All hell breaks loose.....

Had that type of scan done a while back. They told me that the radiation would be out of my system in 24hr.  No warnings about airports though.  The strange thing was that I could tast the stuff when they injected it into my arm!
 

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« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2016, 14:34:13 pm »
It must be fun & games at the airport when you pass through the metal detector

Not so much fun as it used to be. The detectors are more discriminating nowadays, so they tend to ignore me. Either that, or the operator quietly turns it off when they see me coming, to save themselves the embarrassment  :o
 

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« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2016, 18:52:15 pm »
Airport metal detectors are strangely random in their effectiveness.  My wife managed to break her leg very badly a year or so ago (horse related injury!) and is now the proud owner of a considerable amount of titanium rods/screws.  Some airport detectors ring alarm bells, many don't.  And if they can't detect that much metal, what can they detect?
 

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« Reply #11 on: December 15, 2016, 14:42:09 pm »
Last year we had fun preparing for security.
Literally on our way to the airport, I had a new tattoo done at West Coast Tattoos in El Cotillo. A 250mm (10inch in real money) Gecko on my lower back. Prebooked specially for that time, so it wouldn't  get any sun on it.
He had trouble covering it in that position. By the time we got to the car, the dressing was moving. We stopped at the chinese shop on the edge of town and got a roll of cling film. Outside the shop, it was new tissues, then bind my torso with the clingfilm. At the airport, it had shifted and needed rewrapping, so off to the disabled toilets -with all our luggage - to re-dress it. At this point, I realised that my top wasn't the best fit, and my belly was showing as I moved around.
Try walking through security, trying to look nonchalent, while trying to keep your t-shirt pulled down.
One glimpse of a clingfilm wrapped torso and I'm sure there would be some awkward questions asked.

As usual, Sue set the scanner off. I'm beginning to think - maybe her gunmetal ring might not be such a good idea?
 

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« Reply #12 on: December 15, 2016, 15:24:31 pm »
Last year we had fun preparing for security.
Literally on our way to the airport, I had a new tattoo done at West Coast Tattoos in El Cotillo. A 250mm (10inch in real money) Gecko on my lower back. Prebooked specially for that time, so it wouldn't  get any sun on it.
He had trouble covering it in that position. By the time we got to the car, the dressing was moving. We stopped at the chinese shop on the edge of town and got a roll of cling film. Outside the shop, it was new tissues, then bind my torso with the clingfilm. At the airport, it had shifted and needed rewrapping, so off to the disabled toilets -with all our luggage - to re-dress it. At this point, I realised that my top wasn't the best fit, and my belly was showing as I moved around.
Try walking through security, trying to look nonchalent, while trying to keep your t-shirt pulled down.
One glimpse of a clingfilm wrapped torso and I'm sure there would be some awkward questions asked.

As usual, Sue set the scanner off. I'm beginning to think - maybe her gunmetal ring might not be such a good idea?

Brilliant. ROFL
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #13 on: December 24, 2016, 07:06:53 am »
Seen some odd things in Cotillo over the years Rob but Sue wrapping you up in cling film outside the Chinese shop would probably have topped them all  :D
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #14 on: December 29, 2016, 12:52:54 pm »
Not much willy jewellery on show in the south at Sotavento beaches. Most incredible display we ever saw was on a day visit to Cap d'agde a few years back. Penis rings and chains galore.
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« Reply #15 on: December 30, 2016, 10:34:56 am »
that would be hilarious  :P ,happy new year to all of you, lets keep this fantastic island of fuerte clothes free for ever   :o, the most enjoyable place I have ever been to, three times now.
 

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« Reply #16 on: December 31, 2016, 11:39:24 am »
I'm probably biased, but I think piercings on show are just fine. They're for show and for pleasure; they become a 'part of you'; your character.
It's not a good idea to leave the rings out for the day, as the piercing tends to shrink and cause difficulty refitting it.
It's the purely decorative, show-off bits I'm not so sure of. Stretchers, clip-on rings, traditional cockrings,
harnesses, watchstraps, chains etc on an open beach? Perfect at a party or club, but rather too overtly sexual in public, In my view.
Then again, it's a Free Beach.
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #17 on: December 31, 2016, 19:16:26 pm »
Do you encounter problems in the vicinity of 250KVA power transmission lines per chance?  :o
 

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« Reply #18 on: January 01, 2017, 01:22:45 am »
Do you encounter problems in the vicinity of 250KVA power transmission lines per chance?  :o

That is hilarious Magoo  , what a mind, lol 😄😄😄
 

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« Reply #19 on: January 01, 2017, 01:26:39 am »
Do you encounter problems in the vicinity of 250KVA power transmission lines per chance?  :o

That is hilarious Magoo  , what a mind, lol 😄😄😄

I imagine that might cause a bit of "stiffness" in the old joints, lol
 

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« Reply #20 on: January 01, 2017, 18:49:45 pm »
I saw a movie of a guy (?)  completely covered with shiny metal.
Think you can find it on the internet. If I remember well it was called Ivanhoe
 
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« Reply #21 on: January 04, 2017, 19:40:02 pm »
Do you encounter problems in the vicinity of 250KVA power transmission lines per chance?  :o

Even 132kv in a dry atmosphere can give your nipple rings a tingle. 400kv is more like abusing a TENS machine  :D :D :D
 

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« Reply #22 on: January 05, 2017, 06:30:40 am »
normal working life must be hard!, I think my work would ask-"whats up with you" :o
jewelry looks much better on the female form any day. the best.they are the better sex after all ;)
 

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« Reply #23 on: January 05, 2017, 12:00:01 pm »
normal working life must be hard!, I think my work would ask-"whats up with you" :o
jewelry looks much better on the female form any day. the best.they are the better sex after all ;)

We're actually talking of Transmission voltages here (High Voltage and Extra High Voltage on Pylons leaking through the air to ground level)
 Volt is what you get 220 -240 of at home,  KV is 1000 of them.
It really is very confusing.
Cut your mower flex and you'll really feel 240v (called 'Low Voltage'!); 132,000v (132Kv) pylon cables really are best avoided.
If conditions are right and you stand under one while touching a metal fence post, you might get a safe tingle, though.

I'd be worried if your boss can tell if you've got hidden jewellery, though!  What do you do?  :o


 
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« Reply #24 on: January 06, 2017, 10:19:14 am »
logistics in quarrying,, funny lot you know,, :-*
thinking on the last subject its bad enough wearing a chain around the neck that gets very hot in the sun on the island, never mind these folk who wear other impliments  8)  ,,,oh,, tooo painful,,,,
 
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« Reply #25 on: January 06, 2017, 14:56:02 pm »
logistics in quarrying,, funny lot you know,,
Yep, sure sounds funny: I'm only familiar with quarreling concerning logistics
 

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« Reply #26 on: January 06, 2017, 15:56:24 pm »
logistics in quarrying,, funny lot you know,, :-*
thinking on the last subject its bad enough wearing a chain around the neck that gets very hot in the sun on the island, never mind these folk who wear other impliments  8)  ,,,oh,, tooo painful,,,,

At home, I wanted to landscape our front garden. It's a bank, a full storey height, sloping 30degrees down to the house. As we're built on chalk, I wanted it to look natural.
Went to a local quarry to order some. They kindly collected a lot of big lumps and flinty bits that wouldn't go in the crusher, then made up a full load for their twelve tonner with asdug, which she brought round and emptied on the drive a few days later.
1) It's cheap from the quarry.
2)It 's surprising what a small pile it makes
3)It's much easier to move stone downhill than it is on the level.
 

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« Reply #27 on: January 06, 2017, 16:17:44 pm »
Back on topic.

Strongly recommend against wearing 1oz silver ingot on longish chain in a sauna. Metal's ok while in contact with skin, it's when it swings loose that it gets hot, then comes back to rest on the body. I've watched it happen  :o :o :o
 

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Re: Male jewellery
« Reply #28 on: January 18, 2017, 13:27:45 pm »
I'm going to be staying at the club handicap princess in august, I've not been to a nudist hotel area before just been to beaches but my question is I've a pa piercing and always wear a cockring at the beach nobody take any notice but would they at the nudist pool in the hotel. Has anybody stayed at this hotel and seen nudists wearing cockrings etc at the pool?
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« Reply #29 on: January 19, 2017, 22:24:56 pm »
I'm going to be staying at the club handicap princess in august, I've not been to a nudist hotel area before just been to beaches but my question is I've a pa piercing and always wear a cockring at the beach nobody take any notice but would they at the nudist pool in the hotel. Has anybody stayed at this hotel and seen nudists wearing cockrings etc at the pool?

'Naturists', in my experience, tend to be quite conservative, so may not be too keen on overly decorated genitals. 'Nudists' could be seen as more tolerant. Other 'Exhibitionists' will be delighted to see you.
 Personally, I don't think many people will take much notice of your PA, but cockrings are quite overtly sexual, along with chains, clip-ons and Rosebuds etc, and these are likely to bias people's views of you.
 
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