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Wear your <strike>heart</strike> brain on your <strike>sleeve</strike> earlobe…

Pinky and the Brain? I think I'm losing my touch. I have NO idea what this is or what it's meant to be. None. From the listing:
These are Fimo Clay Cresents made from clear, white and pink color. They will fit earlobles the size of 5/8" only
brain Maybe their meant to be earrings? They kinda remind me of little bit of intestine. Or brains. Ya. Brains. *shrugs* {source}
Posted by sam {temptingmama} on November 3, 2009 @ 9:42 pm  

10 Responses to “Wear your heart brain on your sleeve earlobe…”

  1. Pariah Says:

    Because who doesn’t want a colon in their ear?

  2. Rachel Says:

    I think they are for gauged ears but I don’t…I don’t know how.

    And why do you want it to look like your brains are falling out?

  3. Noadi (10 comments.) Says:

    Definitely for stretched earlobes but such a bad idea. They look like intestines and polymer clay probably shouldn’t be used for ear plugs it can’t be sterilized.
    .-= NoadiĀ“s last post ..New Jewelry Subject and Super Cuteness =-.

  4. ellie Says:

    Definitely for stretched earlobes… definitely poorly executed. Definitely not a safe material for wearing in your ears!

  5. Taylor Blue (91 comments.) Says:

    I could not wear those in my ears! And all I can think about is infections anyways because of that material they are made of. *Shivers*

  6. Kristen Says:

    How festive! I wouldn’t use them for my ears, but maybe napkins rings. Very small napkins. Or…something.

  7. Karen Sugarpants Says:

    I thought they were fabric crescent rolls a la Pillsbury. Pass the butter!

  8. Fargo Says:

    I believe those are modeled after the cryptozoological creature known as the “Free Roaming Double Ended Aardvark Penis”, rumored to be found in New Jersey sewers.

  9. Sally Says:

    they look like shrimp! yuck!

  10. Mrs. A Says:

    Shrimp removers.






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