Question about Skull Candy Ink'd Stereo Ear Bud Headphones - Pink
Just push the little speaker into the holeand then reajust the rubber
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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The simple answer is Yes!! One of the most common problems with ears is perforated ear drums caused by objects being put into the ear and this can range from foreign objects being inserted by accident, to over enthusiastic ear cleaning with a cotton bud. There is a bit of a wives tales that says you shouldn't put anything bigger than your elbow into your ear. This might be a bit of an exaggeration but it's actually very important to keep things out of your ear.
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