At what age should is it no longer good to have a belly button ring?
I'm in my early 40s and have had a pierced navel for over 20 years now. Why would I stop wearing it just because I've gotten older?
I personally think that the only reason we don't see a lot of older people wearing them is because it wasn't really in fashion when they were still poking holes in their bodies. I suppose if you liked it well enough to get the piercing, you probably like it well enough to keep it. My husband is 51 and just stopped wearing his earring a couple of years ago because he stopped seeing the point in it, but it is undoubtedly different for everyone, and I don't see why a belly button ring would be any different than any other piercing.
I don't think it would matter at all as long as you like it!
by blahhhhhhhhhh 11 years ago
can you take a bath while you have just got your belly button pierced about 2 weeks ago?i want to take a bath. will it infect it or whatev
by Elayne 4 years ago
As I get older (grandmother), I am aware that some of my clothes are outdated and do not look age appropriate for me. I still like to look fashionable, but do not want to put people off by wearing things that look like I am trying to turn back the years too far. What do you think?
by tiegan 8 years ago
Ive had my belly button pierced twice already, the first time it got super infected and the...second time it ejected itself through my skin, the piercer said they could re-pierce it, but i don't want to do it again if its just going to get infected again, i followed all the step and cleaned and...
by Heather_lynn 11 years ago
can i be fourteen and get my Belly Button Pierced in Michigan with My parents permission?
by CosetteClareese 6 years ago
Did Adam have a belly button?I know this is a ridiculous question,but I have always wonder this. I honestly have no idea.
by sammie21345 11 years ago
is it good if a scab is growing around your belly piercing?
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