An ear arm?

  realist 16:22 11 Oct 2007

All in the name of art
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  Pesala 19:18 11 Oct 2007

A bit tasteless, but no more offensive than body piercing studs, or ear-rings for that matter, for which there is also no clinical need.

  Jak_1 21:56 11 Oct 2007

Each to their own!

  WhiteTruckMan 22:56 11 Oct 2007

you can get away with any old offensive garbage as long as you call it 'art', sadly aided and abetted by the 'chattering classes' who dont seem to know any better. A good case in point is a certain statue unveiled today. (you either know what I mean, or you dont. Dont ask for an explanation or a link, because I for one will not oblige)


  GANDALF <|:-)> 00:21 12 Oct 2007

You must be very sad if you think that it is offensive...try to broaden your mind.


  DieSse 00:48 12 Oct 2007

offensive - no

pathetic - in spades

  egapup 08:27 12 Oct 2007

I wonder what other body parts you could have grafted around your body.....could be the new tattoo.

  WhiteTruckMan 21:57 12 Oct 2007

Read the whole of my post, then try to get out more.


  rdave13 22:03 12 Oct 2007

Just hopes he catches it when doing some manual labour. See if a hearing aid will be better than a 'band aid'..

  mammak 22:13 12 Oct 2007

You may not find this comment from me relevant to this thread but our Grandson was born 10 weeks premature and 8 half months later has been found to be profoundly deaf So is this "ART" no totally offensive and in very bad taste.

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