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Ashley Olson has a single-point piercing done by Roy Ramirez in the center of her chest along her clavicle. Grand Forks Herald photo by John Stennes

Piercings, body modifications go to next extreme

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By Jasmine Maki / Grand Forks Herald

AND FORKS, N.D. -- Whether it’s the location, number or type, piercings are becoming more intense with the years. It’s evolved from simple ear piercings to nose and navel piercings, to various facial piercings.

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In general, piercings are becoming more socially acceptable as well, said Samuel Cory, head artist and shop manager of Daktyl Tattoo Gallery in Grand Forks.

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