Body piercing and modification discussion.
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Just a quick note on catching wasps. If they are nesting in a container, smoke will bring them out. They love honey! The wasps that you want are the ones that fly with thier legs dangling, paper wasps. Catch in a wide mouth plastic jar. Place in the refrigerator for a few minutes, 8 - 10, that will slow them down. Lift them out and apply with tweezers or hemostats. After the wasp stings 4 or 5 times it will be out of venom. Place the stung out wasp in a seperate container. I use 6-8 wasps per session. The next day your dick will be very itchy. Cortisone cream helps that.
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Amazing result, I have to try!eddi_pet wrote: ↑Tue Aug 18, 2015 10:22 pmHi Guy´s thanks for the comments and the video link, would be cool to see the swell of the clit!
Here some more pic´s. 2 hours after the sting in went swimming and the swell goes on. When i came back made more pic´s with swollen balls and dick.
These are the results of the first 8 hours. I took of the penis ring after this time, then the swell went back.
Will post more pic´s from the next days soon.
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somebody mentioned hornet and cock?The reason why your glans does not swell as much as the shaft when stung or otherwise manipulated to swell is, that around the grans is a ring of lymph nodes what job is to protect the glans from harm. I saw a picture of this years ago in a hospital and wondered why so many are around the glans. But since this is the first point when you stick your penis into something and it has a vunerable opening and a canal into your body, it makes a lot of sense. Sadly it also messes up most experimets to get a double size glans - sigh.
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I think the reason a glans can't develop hives or swell up is simply because the skin is so thin. Only skin, not the underlying tissue, is able to swell up. Venom, such as from a mosquito bite or a bee/wasp sting, generally goes right through the skin and enters the spongy underlying tissue of the glans where it is immediately diluted by the blood and carried away. Only surface irritants such as nettles, peppers and certain other chemical agents like menthols that can be retained by the skin generally have any effect on the glans and even then their effect is minimal because the skin is so thin. The skin of the glans may in fact swell up to many times its normal thickness, but it is hardly even visible because it is so thin.
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