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My little sister wants to get her ears double pierce. she is 12. is that ok?why or why not? please answer quickly!

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It's ok for a twelve years old to get her ears pierced

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ClaraListensprechen
Yes twice. If she changes her mind about it later on, there's no problem with the piercings healing over as scarring is imperceptible compared to getting pierced anywhere else on the body.
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John_8715

How old were you when that happened, and don't you think this is a decision for you parents to make, just like they made for you when you had it done ?

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Geez, I don't even have ONE yet, and I'm in my.............oh it's my heart, ahhhhhhhhhhh.......................................
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Ynp, did you see that question got pulled just now, it seems whenever momentum builds against somebody they put a stop to it, just like yesterday, I am starting to dislike this site...
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He can cry all he wants, they can see everything, they know, as far as my age I'm .....oh......my heart.....wait...oh no..ahhhhhhhhhhhhh. . . . . . . . ....................

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haha, I'm all better now, but I forgot what we were talking about, oh well, lol.
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Please inappropriate me... )

Look on my profile page, the road to what you seek will be there for 10 minutes... )

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Hey John just want to say I think you're right about Marcus. It's not as Marcus said that you would "convince" me but when you typed out that whole thing to Marcus and he said "I didnt read that" it's triggered a memory of when he did that to me! It's obnoxious, he spouts out arguments and then doesn't listen to yours. This is a convo we had before: http://www.ask.com/answers/33421941/why-is-life-so-harder-for-women-girls
Here you see some really obnoxious rude things and idk I think because before he'd seemed nice and I didn't want confrontation but that right there.... No...
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@YNP: Look, I know you stalk me. The thing is, you guys are talking about me for no reason - as I said, I got a psychologist and took care of the problem. I'm sorry about being a jerk before, but I'm different now and I would appreciate it if you and John would shut off your "Marcus is evil" mindset for awhile and see that I'm not a jerk anymore. You're gossiping about past things.
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@John: And by the way, I see why you knew I was the rudest person on this site.
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@Shaylen: I was a jerk there. But like I said already, that was a long time ago and I got a psychologist. Now that I'm not dealing with my condition, I see how rude I was back then and I'm sorry.
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@All: Sorry about some things that may have sounded rude just now. But now that I'm not dealing with that condition, I realize you were right, John. Sorry. I hope you can forgive me.
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Marcus, I was a jerk just now, when I get irritated over something I get impulsive and don't think and act on how I feel that happened a long time ago so I was being a jerk there. Hope you can forgive me.
*hugs* sorry Marcus
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And you're forgiven.
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*Hugs* Thanks, and you did nothing wrong. I hope John and YNP will be kind enough to forgive me.
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I'm sure they will. If not that's there problem.
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Please don't say that. If they don't forgive me I completely understand.
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Oh, by the way Shaylen, I'm just telling someone else goodnight. That's the only reason I'm still up. :P
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John_8715
I would like to define the definition of stalking as it pertains to this site.

When you read someone elses posts in a public forum for the purpose of seeing what they are talking about or even to see how they are treating others but not leaving any comments unless it pertains to the topic, that is not stalking.

But when you follow multiple people around to multiple other posts and interrupt them and continue with a subject that is way off topic in the current situation, and or causing an interuption of others and a distraction as to change the original thought, or you lobby and attempt to get them to rally with your ideas, you are at that point baggering others trying to get them to side with an unreasonable concept or thought.

That is stalking.

Now I want to emphasize that I in no way have a legal background, but I do know the difference between right and wrong, and damaged and undamaged, and I do know what it means to be psychotic where you cannot differentiate between fantasy and reality.

There are some here that need to take heed, this is not a debatable topic, to try to do so would only bring even more validity to the current situation...
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And Marcus, why you're you're at it, why did you stop following me? What the heck did I do -- you're apologizing to everybody here--and me?? I wasn't even in the group that day. You ask me to explain a comment I made to someone else-not you! Then you stop following me.
I don't see how you decide these things. Should I give you a bad time so that you'll apologize to me?
I (and my husband) helped you with your issues with synesthesia and I even found someone on ask for you to talk to about it.
And you tell me that you can only talk to me and one other person about it.
Now you block me and stop following me.
How does make sense to you?
I'm someone that tried to help, and was accepting of your issues.
And this is how you pay me back?
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@Blue: I didn't know I blocked you, and if I did I didn't mean to. Sorry. I stopped following you due to a misunderstanding; I guess I'm the one who misunderstood. I'll follow you again.
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what grade is she in , shes to young

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6th shes turing 12 in november
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well, it depends on the policy of her school and ask her why she wants them if she has a good reason make her promise to keep her ears clean and if they get infected dont let her get them repierced.

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were reallly close and she asked me and my mom.
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No..cuz I'm 13 nd I can't get double pierce..only one set iz fine..she is way 2 young 2 think bout double piercing...I hope this helps..nd I hope it isn't mean..or offensive

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I see no problem with it.
I turned 13 in December, and I want my lip pierced.
I don't see a problem with an extra piercing in the ear.
Many people have that.
At least she isn't talking about piercings in her eyebrows or other different facial piercings.

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Did u get ur lip pierced at age 13???
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No I haven't, but I want to.
I don't believe my school will allow it.
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um... that's a little young, for a lip piercing...
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I know some people at my school who have it and are only 13.
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It's totally fine.
I don't see why people are freaking out about it.
It's her choice, and besides, this is something for you parents to decide not you.

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If its ok with your parents its fine. Ears continue to grow your whole life, if she wants more than that, id advise her to wait until she was at least 18 or so.

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Loverr66

NOO! Wait until she's 14. Take it from me.

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Just because you other kids can't get your ears double pierced doesn't mean she can't!! i think it's fine I know a 6th grader with double pierced ears

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Well when I was 13 I got my 2nd hole. Now I'm 17 and I have 4 holes and an industrial.

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Too young. Maybe age 13 or 14

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Yeah definetly
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ClaraListensprechen

Youth is the best reason to get double pierced on the earlobes because if she changes her mind, the piercings can heal over quickly and imperceptibly, compared to piercings anywhere else on the body. The older you get, the less true this is.

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I don't think you should let her because to young to have those around fifteen would be ok

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One of my friends has had double piercings since fourth grade. I mean, come on, she didn't ask for a lip or naval or eyebrow piercing! I think it's totally fine, as long as it's a safe place to get piercings and your mom says it's fine!

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Speaking from a Mother's point of view, 12 is a bit young for doubles, however, I would not say absolutely not. Take a picture if her, draw in a second set of earrings on her ears. Let her look at the picture for a week, if she is then absolutely sure, and you can convince your parents/guardians, then go for it.

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Not your call my dear. Mom and Dad get to tell her what's ok and what isn't. I got one ear double pierced when I was twelve, and one ear single pierced. I'm not sure it really was a big factor in how my life turned out. (I'm very old by the way.) In the grand scheme of things this wasn't a big deal for me, but your PARENTS will get to decide how big of a deal it is for their kiddo.

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I think she should think about it first. Does she really want it for the rest of her life? If so, I say go for it.

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Yes, it is. b/c if she really wants it forever and ever its ok and if not. then, no.

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It's ok but just no more pearcings becuase u don't want her to start getting belly button peircings
And tatoos

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It's her decision? Um she's only twelve she doesn't get to call the shots, it's up to the parents. But personally, I don't think she should. There's alot of people telling you ya it's fine but she's more likely going to want to get even more piercings as she ages which maybe a bad or good thing? It al depends.

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I don't think there's anything wrong with it. My friend got them when she was in 3rd grade.

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I agree with neighborlylady that your parents get to call the shots here. Once she is old enough to work and drive herself from place to place then she can make more decisions on her own. Until then she's not mature enough to make that decision on her own.

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I don't think it's okay at all. But your parents will make the dicision.

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