So I finally have my very own piecing horror story.
A few days back I went and got my septum repierced. I went back to the same store when I first got it done, because they did a great job.
The piercer got me to place the clamp where I thought was the best spot and she got another piercer to look and see it was in a good spot. Every time I found an alright spot, the girl would say that it should be moved a bit and the girl holding the clamp moved it a lot. After about 5 minutes of trying to get it in the right spot she asked me if I was ready. I said yes then she put the needle through. It was way more painful than what I remember and I almost passed out.
After everything I got up and looked in the mirror and to my shock my piercing looked awful! On the left the piercing looked normal, but on the right side it was very very low. And the piercing was on a 45 degree angle so that the bar flipped up.
I asked another piercer to do it again for me and she gladly excepted. I never thought something like that would happen to me!