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    i'm not a fan of piercing children, but i much preferred my piercings to be done professionally with a needle rather than the gun.

    no idea why you would do it to a baby though.

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    That made me feel physically sick

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    I feel a bit sick even thinking about piercing the ears of such a small child. I really really hope she is at least a professional ear piercer and hasn't just googled "how to pierce ears".

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    Is that legal?

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    Is your friend Indian? I have heard the family of the little girls planned husband usually want it done as a sigh the girl is claimed. They put their own family crest on the earrings too.. Then at about 4 or 5 they get the nose done for some other reason I cant quite remember.

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    Wow that's just wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahTamar View Post
    Is your friend Indian? I have heard the family of the little girls planned husband usually want it done as a sigh the girl is claimed. They put their own family crest on the earrings too.. Then at about 4 or 5 they get the nose done for some other reason I cant quite remember.
    Not indian, but her DH is from another culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trishalishous View Post
    Not indian, but her DH is from another culture.
    Ah Ok, well it could be some thing like that. I was quite shocked when I learnt about it years back when I was spending some time working with children in the shanty towns of Delhi. Some countries have the weirdest traditions.

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    WTF?!!

    That is CHILD ABUSE


 

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