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post #16 of 194
Oh, did I need smiley faces next to my post?
post #17 of 194
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
I've wanted a tattoo for a long time, but I can't decide on anything that doesn't seem either completely pretentious, or boring and shallow.

I should have a contest! "Design a tattoo for Sauce", everyone submits art, I pick the one I like best... you'll get to see your creation in WAYW!

If you don't want to seem pretentious, boring or shallow, get a dotted line around your neck with "cut here"

or better, PHILLY THUG arhced across your stomach in old english lettering
post #18 of 194
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
If you don't want to seem pretentious, boring or shallow, get a dotted line around your neck with "cut here" or better, PHILLY THUG arhced across your stomach in old english lettering
Maybe I'll just duplicate all my character's tattoos from GTA San Andreas. It'll be like I'm hardcore just by association. Association with a video game character. Yeah. Oh, I've got one: "No Fat Chicks", tattooed on the obliques.
post #19 of 194
Saucemaster is the fresh prince of San Andreas?
post #20 of 194
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Originally Posted by Saucemaster View Post
Oh, I've got one: "No Fat Chicks", tattooed on the obliques.

as the Descendents sang "NFB"

No fat beaver
No fat beaver
That's why I'm gonna leave her
Can't stand fat beaver

maybe get that on your ribcage
post #21 of 194
The Tattoo of a future world leader.
LL
post #22 of 194
i have two both on my right hand. i agree they're quite common. i've actually seen more tattoos than watches when i went to college.
post #23 of 194
tattoos- not a fashion statement.
post #24 of 194
What the hell are you even trying to state?
post #25 of 194
I had Darren Beaman tat me up to account for my scoliosis.
post #26 of 194
Only if the Tatoo says "The Devil Wears Prada" is it a fashion statement.
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post #28 of 194
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Originally Posted by BrettChaotix View Post
Of course, a 19 year old girl who gets the stereotypical "emo chest tattoo" with various stars, sparrows, hearts, etc... is still going to feel stupid when they are 75 years old - but yeah - there are plenty of hot suicide girls out there
Just a nitpick, but the stereotypical "emo chest tattoo" of a bird is a swallow, not a sparrow, I have a sparrow on me that I designed and I can't stand those generic swallow tats.
post #29 of 194
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Originally Posted by lifersfc View Post
I guess could imagine bringing home a nasty suicide girl for a one night fling, but I don't think I could seriously befriend anyone with a tattoo.

If that 36% statistic is correct, I live a sheltered life in the city.

Evidently.
post #30 of 194
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Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
If you don't want to seem pretentious, boring or shallow, get a dotted line around your neck with "cut here"

LOL

My bad. By "fashion statement", I just meant do you consider how your tattoo is going to look with your style, your "fashion statement"? Does this figure into the equation at all? A lot of people put tattoos in places that can be seen even with clothes on, so it isn't just a personal thing but also a public statement just like clothes.
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