And she's not Beth Ditto, dammit!
But Beth Ditto loves her "curves" too.
When your daughter plays "House," she pretends to be an annoying doctor with a pill-addiction and a limp.
Damn...instead of being all pissed off, I just don't give a pig-flying fuck.
I feel so used.
I'm not a tattoo kind of girl, and I do agree with Grimm about the trampstamps etc. But ones where they mean something personal, or just to enjoy the beauty of the artwork involved, makes no difference to me. It's their body to do with what they please, even if they want to go the trampstamp. Sorry, but it seems like this thread was meant to incite or wasn't thought out very well.
I don't like tattoos and would never get one, but if others want them it's their own business.
Why are you being so rude?
[quote=Morticia;979147] You do realise that tattoos have been around for centuries and they'll be here for many more I'm sure.quote]
Actually, the art of tattoo has been around since people discovered that rubbing dirt or dye in their wounds caused discolouration, a couple of thousand years.
In many cultures, it was a coming of age/spiritual thing. If you could get the tattoo done without screaming your head off, well then you were truly an adult. Some did it as a way to identify other clans, or show prestige (like chevrons on an army uniform).
history of tattoos
"In the face of the blinding sun, I wake only to find
that Heaven is a stranger place than than one I've left behind." - SM
I just got my second tattoo today and I plan to get many more.
So...I guess that means we'll never be friends O.P.
The brain doesn't need blood. It just needs to be kept wet.
I do think that people have gone a little crazy with the tattoos. I wouldn't go so far as to say they look shitty on everybody, I just think that people have gotten tired of looking at them. They're no longer unique. It truly sucks that they don't mean as much as they used to now that every yahoo has one. The yahoos have sort of ruined the 'coolness' of tats.
I don't have any. But honestly, it's more because I never got around to getting one. I was in college (the 1st time around) in the 90's and believe me, it could have easily happened one weekend cause I've been there when plenty of friends got them (or added to their collection). But anyway, now I feel very unique/cool for being my age and NOT having any.
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"I don't have pet peeves. I have major psychotic fucking hatreds, okay". ~George Carlin
You know even some of those tramps who get the stamps think those tattoos are beautiful... As with everything, it's all about personal preference and most people don't really care what you think about their choices.
I think Crackho said it perfectly:If you don't like tatoos, don't get one. Don't date anyone with them, don't fuck anyone with them, and don't look at anybody with them.
And I still don't think you've answered why you pulled the gender card...
Who gives a shit what some random person thinks?
I know I don't.
You gotta love old fuddie duddies.
My son draws "tattoos" on his hands... and then screams when I wash them off... the desire to cover himself in ink must be genetic.
My ex has tattoos on the sides of his neck. on the tops of his hands, on the tops of his feet, on his legs, on his chest... it's been a while since I've seen him but who knows whats on his back; anyway they are all hold very significant meaning to him. He's a tattoo artist and owns a few shops so what the hell but some of his best clients are "professionals" who have practically complete bodysuits of tattoos and the artwork is pretty breathtaking.
I hate tattoos, too, both on women and on men, and I don't understand how anyone can want permanent markings on their body. How can one not expect to get sick of looking at the same image for years and years and years? I have seen the occasional tattoo that I would consider art, but I'd rather have it as a sketch on my wall, thanks.
Oh well, to each his own. I've never told anyone what I think of their tattoos because I don't expect them to care.
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