use puncturing in a sentence.
Ah - still scary, but not nearly as scary as puncturing the eye.
My earlier comment should be read as firmly tongue-in-cheek--like, puncturing the cheek--if people thinking it's serious is what's picking up the downvotes.
I've seen a study where they've caused minor wounds by puncturing the skin of a finger, so I guess its possible here, you can get people to volunteer for all sorts of things.
I don't know it this is what you need to know, but:As far as the front wing is concerned: - the bigger, the more complicated means more downforce thus enabling drivers to go faster in a corner but such wing leads to more dangerous situations, such as puncturing oponent's tires.
And I'm also pretty sure that PG is more than capable of puncturing right through such nonsense and that anybody that thinks they can get in to his good book that way is going to find it either neutral or maybe even negative.