I was very nervous getting my tongue pierced, not sure why considering all the others I’ve had done. This was the one that really scared me. I think it’s because it’s in my mouth, so I worry about breathing and eating.
A, our piercer knew what I was coming in for so he started to get everything ready. A customer came in so A served her first, it was only a quick change of jewellery, then it was time for me to go in. Daddy got my phone ready to video it, and A started to explain what will happen and how to look after it after it was done.
I had to stick my tongue out as A dried the top and bottom of my tongue then drew a dot on the bottom of it. He explained what he was going to do, clamping my tongue then before I knew it, he had pushed the needle threw, attached the bar and pushed that threw before screwing the ball to both ends of the bar. I never felt a thing but watching the video afterwards, there was a tiny flinch in my eyes but that was it.
A went on to explain how my tongue will swell up for a few days, the important thing was to continue as normal, eat and drink lots of water. The saliva is the best healing tool for your mouth, and will heal the piercing within 7 – 10 days. Then I was to come back and A would swap the bar to a smaller more comfort one.
It felt really weird in my mouth, my tongue already swollen and the balls on top and below my tongue felt huge. Speaking was very hard and I felt like I was slobbering and spitting when I tried to talk. So I ended up holding my hand over my mouth when I spoke.
I’m really pleased with it though, I never thought I would get it done but after kissing PiggyJ last week, playing with her tongue piercing, I loved it. I asked Master if I could get it done and he surprised me by saying yes, then Daddy asked if he could pay for it towards my Christmas present, Master agreed.
Daddy said I was a very good girl getting it done and he liked it a lot.
Within a week it was feeling great, I could play with it, roll the top ball along the front of my teeth, I play with my lip bar loads too. Eating was a bit tricky but I put food into the side of my mouth, chewed it slowly then swallowed. The only difficulty was swallowing my medication. I felt like I was swallowing bricks.
Now 2 weeks on, my tongue feels great, I’m looking forward to buying some funky balls that really stand out.
Of course my Mother In Law went mad, your tongue will drop off, you will look like a chaff, ( someone who has loads of tattoos and piercings everywhere. ) I laughed it off, I knew she would hate it but it’s my tongue, my body, my life.
Thank you Master for allowing me to have this piercing.
Thank you Daddy for my early Christmas present. Hope you felt the ball when I gave you a blowjob the other day, I forgot to ask.