What's your opinion on extreme body modifications like these? Would you ever go for something like this if you had enough resources?
It's retarded behaviour and usually a cry for help/attention. The sort of idiots who would fake a seizure or cry "rape" to get into the headlines.
It's not only rappers who get into the mods game. But the personality type is usually people with mental problems.
Jeez, this is some extreme shit right there. I would never date someone who does crazy shit like, implanting gold chains into their scalp.. like wtf is that? Not judging them, it just seems weird to me. I'd just imagine they want to live their life to the fullest and do adventurous stuff?
They're extremely weird stuff
and I would never do such idiotic thingsss to my body
I think either there imagination is wild or they love riches...
@Carolus I agree there. If there is perceived security despite getting such modifications or even some popularity and potentially a deeper tie to a niche demographic, I think that might range from a neutral move all the way to a smart one. Most of my concerns lie with more ordinary people, like me, where I would probably shut myself out of more jobs than doing better in my existing ones if I were to get my face or head permanently modified.
I’d say that they’re both idiots and they both better learn how to fight cause there’s way to many real gangsters out there that will take there shit you go in the wrong neighborhood by accident and your bodyguard is gonna get robbed too
I think they more often than not look absolutely terrible and while everyone is free to do whatever they want, it also means they are on the menu for being roasted since they CHOSE to look like that.
what's the name of that white artist who cut off his ear and sent it to his cousin?
for attention, notoriety most likely.
Hmmm... are we talking about van Gogh?
That's really sad to hear that someone actually ripped that diamond out of his forehead. That was a really cruel thing to do.
Sad? What the hell did he expect would happen when he put something that so expensive in his forehead? Lmfao 😂 if anything it's deserved
Annoying and tasteless and very ugly to be honest. They just want to flaunt the excessive wealth they have because they think that's how they can get more girls or some dumb shit lol
Give some monkeys or a Neanderthal a computer or the power of nuclear fusion and they will do something similar to what they are doing
Extreme is in the eye of the beholder. Your body, your money, your choice. Am gonna embed diamonds on my teeth when I win lottery, LOL
It's just tribal, aboriginal behavior. Like putting those huge discs in their lips or stretching their necks with rings. At best, for a westerner, it indicates a mental illness. At worst, demonic possession.
It's their choice so it's not up to me, I don't find that attractive though
High class people doing high class shit because they can.
I wouldn't personally do it, but I'm not against it.
Meanwhile. People struggle just to afford rent and food.
I think these examples are a bit gaudy and not tasteful in my opinion, but I fully support a persons desire/right/ability to live their own life they way they choose to. More power to them!
It is friggin ridiculous. The numbskull with the gold chains is going to get struck by lightning.
To each their own BUT with 'hair' like that, I'd never have to worry about losing it now would I? Jesus.
It’s ugly and it shows that you (as a person) are trying too hard to be noticed. Any press is better than no press to so many people and it’s sad.
Like they can use that money and donate it to a good cause or start a non profit if they want publicity... But no... They stick a diamond their forehead... 🤦 It reminds me a lot of quote and scene from the movie Age of Ultron.
Never... but I am more reflective, I do not want to make a lifelong commitment to a fad..
I'd say they're mentally ill but that's not my call to make.
In these 2 cases, I think it looks ugly.
As a piercing enthusiast, it doesn't faze me.
I’m with ya! Lol
I have one dumb tattoo on the right forearm which I got while drunk in my 20s while hanging with a rough crowd and partially out of a desire to hire a huge lifelong scar where I dropped boiling hot frying oil on my arm when I was a kid. But I can at least hide it! I don't think I could ever be intoxicated enough to contemplate permanently scarring my face or head with such body modifications.
Personally, I love the ancient art of tattooing when it's tied to culture, like full-body Irezumi here in Japan. But I think any reasonable individual has to balance that against the fact that it's still associated with organized crime these days and that you'll have a hard time being employed, or even getting a membership to a gym, or being allowed in a swimming pool, with such tats showing. I think the ultimate responsibility requires us to adapt more to the world than for the world to adapt to us, even if our goal is for the world to adapt to us. We have to give more than we take here as I see it because there's little to be gained from a world that simply shuns us. You have to at least be accepted by a good number of people to expect the world to change.