Jacob's Ladder Piercing?

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A Jacob's ladder piercing is called a fraenum ladder piercing. It is a series of fraenulum piercings extending from the body. Many people like to express themselves through body piercings and tattoos.
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A Jacob's ladder piercing, also referred to as a fraenum ladder piercing, is a piercing on the male genitalia. It comprises of a series of fraenum piercings that normally extend from below the head of the penis to as far as the base of the shaft of the penis.
A Jacob's ladder piercing refers to a series of piercings that generally extend from below the head of the penis to as far as the base of the shaft of the male reproductive organ. They are also known as a Frenum ladder.
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A Jacob's Ladder piercing, or frenum ladder, is a series of frenulum piercings extending from the head to the base of the penis.
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Jacob's ladder is a ladder to heaven. It is described in the book of Genesis. Jacob had fallen asleep and dreamed of a ladder stretching from earth into heaven with angels going up
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Many people like to express themselves through body piercings and
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Take the top block, hold it by the edges, and watch the other blocks cascade down until the ladder is open. Grab the top block by the edges. Turn the top block 180 degrees by rotating
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A Jacob's Ladder piercing, or frenum ladder, is a series of frenulum piercings extending from the head to the base of the penis. ...
A Jacob's Ladder piercing, or frenum ladder, is a series of frenulum piercings extending from the head to the base of the penis. ...
A Jacob's Ladder piercing, or frenum ladder, is a series of frenulum piercings extending from the head to the base of the penis. First answer by ID0413044440. ...
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