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04/25/2005 08:45:06 PM · #51
Originally posted by kpriest:

WARNING: Nipple piercing can cause side effects like double-posting in males over 50.

04/25/2005 09:22:18 PM · #52
Originally posted by scuds:

Originally posted by smilebig4me1x:

P.S. Scud...when getting a tat u have to remember to breathe! lol

There is an "S" at the ennnnnnnnnd! aaaahhhh

check the photo LoL!

ummmm ...scudSSSSSSS.... ;op
04/25/2005 09:24:23 PM · #53
Originally posted by zagman:

Be different and original don't have any.

That's the conclusion I arrived at a few weeks ago after some serious thought. The only way to stand out now is to have only the holes and markings you were born with.
04/25/2005 09:34:31 PM · #54
Originally posted by zagman:

Why mark up your body? I didn't read on any justifiable reasons to permanetly ink your body parts. Be different and original don't have any.

Here's my story, see if you think it is a good reason. When I had cancer they gave me six tattoos to line up the radiation treatment. Each was an ugly green dot. The one that was most visible was larger than the rest and on my chest. When I reached my ten year mark I had the green spots tatooed over with stars as a symbol of hope.
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04/25/2005 10:19:17 PM · #55
AJAger -- I dig the Escher ink. I had considered doing an Escher on my back.

I have a theory on tats -- you see people living with silly Taz ink plastered on their bicep, then maybe a slightly cooler, but still out of the book image, then maybe 3 or 4 tats down the road they get something original. My thinking is go big, go creative, go personal right off the bat. Skip the book & wall stuff. Of course, I'm still working on designing mine... damn shame being an illustrator... it's never quite finished to my satisfaction...
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