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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemelimelle View Post
    I’m a woman who loves to pile it on! I own plenty of pieces to mix and match. I also wear a lot of black, and enjoy having unexpected splashes of color by using accessories to break things up, add a bit of flare, and keep the eye moving.

    I think jewelry on a man is super sexy, if he knows how to layer and coordinate the pieces that complement his outfit.

    It’s cool if you happen to disagree, but whatever you do, gents (and ladies) do NOT stretch out your earlobes. This kind of aggressive and extreme body modification garbage is not a good look I remember turned all the rage in the nineties. It was and is ugly to my eyes.
    I think the earlobes go back to normal after a while. I've had several friends who have had these in their ears, about the size of a quarter, maybe slightly larger. After they took them out, their ears looked pretty normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Mitchell View Post
    I think the earlobes go back to normal after a while. I've had several friends who have had these in their ears, about the size of a quarter, maybe slightly larger. After they took them out, their ears looked pretty normal.
    After how long of not wearing them?

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    Watch & Ring only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Prince View Post
    After how long of not wearing them?
    I think it takes a few weeks to a month, but they start shrinking down pretty quickly right from the start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Mitchell View Post
    I think it takes a few weeks to a month, but they start shrinking down pretty quickly right from the start.
    I've always been under the impression that it was permanent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Prince View Post
    I've always been under the impression that it was permanent.
    Yes and no. The lobe of the ear is very elastic. It can stretch out. So basically, the hole will always be there, but due to it's elasticity, it will go back to it's normal shape. Assuming you didn't have a dinner plate or beverage saucer in there before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Mitchell View Post
    Yes and no. The lobe of the ear is very elastic. It can stretch out. So basically, the hole will always be there, but due to it's elasticity, it will go back to it's normal shape. Assuming you didn't have a dinner plate or beverage saucer in there before.
    Interesting. I know, from what I've heard, that the ear closes up rather quickly if a standard sized earring is removed for a period of time. So I guess it makes sense.

    Regardless, I think the stretched-out look is awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Prince View Post
    Interesting. I know, from what I've heard, that the ear closes up rather quickly if a standard sized earring is removed for a period of time. So I guess it makes sense.

    Regardless, I think the stretched-out look is awful.
    It depends on the person, for me. Generally, I don't like it. But I have seen some extremely attractive girls wearing them very well with a punk rocker kind of style.
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    Ring and watch for me. I stopped wearing a watch for a while, found it redundant having a cell phone. But now I have an Apple watch, which is actually kinda redundant of my cell phone, except it's better at counting my activity/steps and is waterproof.

    Speaking of men wearing jewelry, this guy has to be in the conversation:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny Mitchell View Post
    It depends on the person, for me. Generally, I don't like it. But I have seen some extremely attractive girls wearing them very well with a punk rocker kind of style.
    Well, extremely attractive girls can get away with a lot more. In that case, it wouldn't put me off entirely, but I still don't think I'd prefer the look.

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    Love wearing my eatches, bracelets, necklaces , anklets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Prince View Post
    Well, extremely attractive girls can get away with a lot more. In that case, it wouldn't put me off entirely, but I still don't think I'd prefer the look.
    True. My part time job is a bartender and I see a lot of young attractive girls sporting that look. It works......on them. lol
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