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  • 52 27
    Submitted by ZombieBitten on Jan 4, 13 at 3:43am

    OP Could mean the pat down line and yeah from experience if they feel something strange they get nosey. Had severely swollen stitches on my leg and they strip searched me.

    • 41 35
      Submitted by funkhmmmm1 on Jan 5, 13 at 8:43am

      @Bitten, were the swollen stiches from the Zombie bite?

  • 48 24
    Submitted by iamthekatalyst on Jan 3, 13 at 11:32pm

    Show me! ;D

  • 47 23
    Submitted by And_Topher_Said on Jan 4, 13 at 10:19pm

    It could mean that the piercing looks "da bomb" as the kids used to say

  • 45 19
    Submitted by Vardar on Jan 4, 13 at 10:18am

    Note: It's a metal detector, not a magnetic metal detector. \n\nThat being said while any type of metal can set it off (refer to the periodic table for questions) the amount if metal is what's important. So "most" body piercinga wont set it off

    • 46 36
      Submitted by liquor_n_front on Jan 4, 13 at 1:09pm

      Yup, gold is non ferrous and non magnetic, yet it will set off a metal detector, so will brass, copper, lead, etc. Surface area also plays a role... As well as atomic mass. lrn2science people

  • 49 28
    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Jan 3, 13 at 5:14pm

    And why would that be? Piercings in general don't set off metal detectors, surgical stainless is nonmagnetic.

  • 42 27
    Submitted by liquor_n_front on Jan 3, 13 at 10:40pm

    FFS, you're a dumbass... unless it's the size of a AA battery and made of lead. *face desk*

  • 41 25
    Submitted by Madcritter on Jan 3, 13 at 8:08pm

    its just a huge rod of magnetite shoved through his dick