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post #181 of 194
Cool. She's got a young Carla Bruni thing going on. Very cute.
post #182 of 194
I have always been a fan of text tattoos and not so much of a graphics tattoo. I want to get lyrics from a song tattoos on the inside of my right arm and so far the lyrics that are winning are: "Graverdigger When You dig my grave Could you make it shallow So that I can feel the rain"
post #183 of 194
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Originally Posted by robertorex View Post
at the end of the day, a nice tattoo that doesn't mean shit will still look nice, and a meaningful tattoo that looks like shit will still look like shit.

so true. Thats why I went to the best tattoo artist in my state and said I want this but I want you to do whatever you want with it.
post #184 of 194
I think tattoo's are more of an artistic expression than fashion. Fashion is trendy and all about what is deemed ahead of the style curve. Fashion and style are often confused... fashion is a bit tacky for me but cleavage always looks good so i leave women to it.
post #185 of 194
I don't understand why people like to deface their bodies. The only thing that looks good on skin is clothes and a natural tan.
post #186 of 194
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Originally Posted by Jenaimarr View Post
Done and done... you weren't kidding about a ribcage tattoo hurting like a mofo... All this talk about endorphins kicking in to dull the pain? Bullshit. Last needle hurt exponentially more than the first one.
Believe it, haha. I have Lady Liberty and Blind Justice on each side, from the armpit to the hip. Of the 60+ hours of tattoos I have, including the bottom of my neck, my chest, my stomach, my knee, my toes...those two were the worst. EDIT:
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It's funny that he was crying for donations for medical bills not too long ago and now he has enough money to get more tattoos...
I expect - and hope - that he didn't pay for that shit.
post #187 of 194
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I don't understand why people like to deface their bodies. The only thing that looks good on skin is clothes and a natural tan.
tans are for peasants and daylaborers.... i guess while im quoting thoreau-
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The childish and savage taste of men and women for new patterns keeps how many shaking and squinting through kaleidoscopes that they may discover the particular figure which this generation requires today. The manufacturers have learned that this taste is merely whimsical. Of two patterns which differ only by a few threads more or less of a particular color, the one will be sold readily, the other lie on the shelf, though it frequently happens that after the lapse of a season the latter becomes the most fashionable. Comparatively, tattooing is not the hideous custom which it is called. It is not barbarous merely because the printing is skin-deep and unalterable.
tattoos are all personal taste, as is fashion, as is food, as is sexuality. I don't care what you do to yourself, so why should you care what i do to myself? If you like me as a person and likewise, then everything else is superfluous
post #188 of 194
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Originally Posted by zubin View Post
tans are for peasants and daylaborers....

i guess while im quoting thoreau-


tattoos are all personal taste, as is fashion, as is food, as is sexuality. I don't care what you do to yourself, so why should you care what i do to myself? If you like me as a person and likewise, then everything else is superfluous

What about politics?
post #189 of 194
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Originally Posted by Jokerman View Post
I have always been a fan of text tattoos and not so much of a graphics tattoo. I want to get lyrics from a song tattoos on the inside of my right arm and so far the lyrics that are winning are:

"Graverdigger
When You dig my grave
Could you make it shallow
So that I can feel the rain"

post #190 of 194
to each his own. for me...well i guess the photos say it all.
post #191 of 194
Cooper the dog:

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post #192 of 194
nice tits
post #193 of 194
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Ive been trying to figure out if this is a guy or girl for the past 4 years, someone please verify
post #194 of 194

If you have a tattoo with the text " fuck off" at least you don't have to keep saying it !

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