Who here has tattoos?

Discussion in 'The Bucket' started by norg., Nov 24, 2010.

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  1. Peredhil

    Peredhil Giant Squid

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    weird dude. that take longer to heal? Is it words? Is it a mustache?

    My daughter's name. The letters are either "made of" spiders or have spiders on them.

    Different areas hurt differently and some spots not at all. It being on my spine didn't itself make it any worse. It hurt most at the bottom and one spot about in the center, for me.

    I don't have pics of my back... Can't seem to reach LOL. Also, I don't put pictures of me on the internetz. (other than my eye, so it can keep an eye on things).
     
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  3. MoJoe

    MoJoe Dragon Wrasse

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    I actually just got back from vacation & my gf and I got our daughters name tattoed on us. I have a large piece on my left shoulder already so this is my 2nd.

    Her middle name is sunshine so we worked up a design, mine is over my heart. It's healing up nicely :)

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  4. ComputerJohn

    ComputerJohn Panda Puffer

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    Ok so i think its official. I'm the only one over the age of 21 here that does not have ANY! :(

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  5. starfish2217

    starfish2217 Horrid Stonefish

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    haha well thats gotta change!! get a gnarly salt water fish or something man!
     
  6. norg.

    norg. Kole Tang

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    Haha. Yeah man. Gotta get one!
     
  7. evolved

    evolved Wrasse Freak

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    You are not alone sir. :)

    While I appreciate the art, especially that of high quality, I don't know of anything (with certainty) that I'll still want on my body 40 years down the road. Hats off to those of you who do. :)
     
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  9. N3MATOCYST

    N3MATOCYST Spaghetti Worm

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  10. swimswithsheep

    swimswithsheep Flamingo Tongue

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    +1 to that
     
  11. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No there are few of us left.
     
  12. reefmonkey

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    I do but I honestly wish I never had. Both legs are covered from the knee down and one one each bicep and shoulder blade. I was having them removed by laser when I had insurance. They were cool and the ultimate up yours to my religious parents and authority in general when I got them at 19-21 years old, now 22 years later I'm disgusted by them. I don't ever like to wear shorts or sleeveless tees in public.

    If truth-in-advertising laws governed tattoos, here's what tattoo's would actually read:

    • Still in my rebellious, rite-of-passage phase
    • I anticipate always feeling as whimsical as when I chose this
    • Thinking-ahead deficient
    • Personal names on my body are not necessarily indicative of my relationship with that person when you read this
    • I regretted this one almost immediately
    • It may be wrong to assume that I know the meaning of this symbol or what it represents
    • Actively taking a role in reducing the number of places that will employ me

    Bwhahahahahaha :laughings