ok so my mom .. does not agree with me geting a lip peircing.. but i .. REALLY REALLY want one and have for the past few years and obviously i need her aprovil to get it done she things its gross cause its a hole and she thinks its grose cause its around the mouth but i would love to have one i put fake ones in all the time but i want permanemt and i wouldnt wear i fake one to school so how should i come about this.. how could i convince her what can i do ?
sizzlinmandolin answered Tuesday December 5 2006, 7:28 am: I can see where she is coming from. There are a lot of bacteria that live in your mouth. Try to find an article about how lip piercings are hygienic as proof that as long as you take care of it, it's not gross at all. She's probably not going to listen to just plain begging or complaining. Get some hard evidence! Good luck. :) [ sizzlinmandolin's advice column | Ask sizzlinmandolin A Question ]
kiran answered Tuesday December 5 2006, 6:12 am: You are gonna have to respect ywhat your mom says. Even though she may think its gross then you are gonna have to wait till your older then you probaly could [ kiran's advice column | Ask kiran A Question ]
gateway01 answered Tuesday December 5 2006, 6:10 am: Sit your mom down and have a conversation somewhere private with just the two of you so that no one else interferes. Explain to your mother just how much you want this. Let her explain to you what the concequences are and tell her that u r willing to accept anything bad that may happen that way she is not responsible. hope I helped o^-^o [ gateway01's advice column | Ask gateway01 A Question ]
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