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Tatoos

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by lovebug, May 8, 2011.

  1. lovebug

    lovebug New Member

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    So I am thinking about getting a small tatoo across my back like this:
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    What is your opinion on tatoos? Do you like tatoos on women?
    Do you have any? If you do then lets have a look....
     
  2. Selerox

    Selerox COR AD COR LOQVITVR

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    Tattoo? Go for it! *That* tattoo? F*** NO!

    In the words of my GF: "That's a tramp stamp". I would like to point out that she has a tattoo herself and is planning on getting others. That location for a tattoo is ok, but that design in that location? Dear god no...

    My personal opinion? I like tattoos. As long as they're good ones. I have no problem at all with women with tattoos. As long as they're good ones.
     
  3. Kantham

    Kantham Fool.

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    If you want to get a tattoo get a really expensive one from the back of your shoulder all the way to your wrist and around. "Doggy style" tats are overrated and redundant.
     
  4. lovebug

    lovebug New Member

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    So what tatoo does she have and dare I ask, where?

    I want something with a butterfly, I like butterflies, they are pretty. Although if I have it on my back I wont see it. Hmmm its not like I can just change my mind after....

    [​IMG]
     
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  5. Firefly

    Firefly United Kingdom is not a country.

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    I know it's not the back but...
    [​IMG]
     
  6. lovebug

    lovebug New Member

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    Firefly!! Please tell me that is not you or your girlfriend!!! he he :D
     
  7. Juggalo Kyle

    Juggalo Kyle Sup brah.

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    Hah, wrong sides.


    As for the Butterflies. I like the style of the second picture.
     
  8. dragonfliet

    dragonfliet I write stuffs

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    I honestly hate that tramp stamps are associated with silly girls of low moral and intellectual capacity. I think that they are extremely good looking and do a great job emphasizing the female form (which, you know, is why slutty girls get them). If you don't mind people thinking that you're an easy lay (and they will), then go for it, I think they look great.

    That being said, I cannot stand when people have generic tattoos. It's actually very sad to me to see so many butterflies, dolphins and lengths of barbed wire (or ivy) done exactly the same way in exactly the same spots of so many people. It's the body equivalent to a reproduction of a Thomas Kincaid painting. This should be art, so please get something exceptional and something personal.

    Of course, saying that, I still have no tattoos, though I do have something in mind, perhaps when I finish graduate school.

    ~Jason
     
  9. Vaskadar

    Vaskadar It's time I look back from outer space

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    [​IMG]

    If I were to get a tattoo, ever... it would be this (but much more symmetrical and solid black), on the back of my neck. Halfway through the collar line. This is really just a rough version of it.
     
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  10. Peavey

    Peavey American Cheeseburger

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    Accessorizing your skin is the biggest waste of money ever. Littering your skin with frivolous garbage or "art" is laughable. To think that any trail of "ink" bears any real metaphysical meaning is a joke; if you can't remember it yourself, it's not important anyway. To me, tattoos are an indication of backwards priorities and naivete. If you don't exude coolness already, then I GUESS tattoos are the way to go.


    [m]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVCtkzIXYzQ[/m]
     
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  11. Vaskadar

    Vaskadar It's time I look back from outer space

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    That's why I said if ever.
     
  12. FlashIV

    FlashIV King of the Impossible

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    A friend of mine who is very close with his grandmother got a tattoo of the phrase "Love always" in his grandmother's handwriting. I thought that was a pretty interesting and unique idea for a tattoo. Another friend has both of his son's newborn footprints tattooed on his left arm.

    I don't plan on ever getting any myself, but if I did it would have to have some kind of sentimental value.
     
  13. Big-Al

    Big-Al amateur de bière

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    means you like lots of guys poking it in your butt. :)
     
  14. Jacks:Revenge

    Jacks:Revenge ╠╣E╚╚O

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    just get a tattoo if you wanna' get it.
    and get it wherever on your body you want.

    it's your body. it's your money.
    who gives a sh*t what people think?
     
  15. gopostal

    gopostal Active Member

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    I got one when I lost my daughter years ago. It was an ugly picture of mickey mouse but it was her favorite. It's given me a lot of comfort over the years.

    Tattoo selection need to mean something to *you*, not what they look like to someone else. Fashion and fads change but when you select something based on it's meaning to you then that's the right choice.

    That being said put it where it can be easily hidden. I have multiple ink but almost no one knows it.
     
  16. NRG

    NRG Master Console Hater

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    That's why they're tramp stamps. Yes, you're awful if you judge somebody based entirely on their tattoo and a stereotype, but you can't help but notice a trend in many women that get this kind of tattoo. Seems like a pretty good reason to stray away from it to me. If you want to do it anyways because you just plain like it, then power to ya.

    +1
    "omg bunnies r so cute XD I want one on my ankle"
    "Why are you getting a tattoo again?"

    Selfless people.

    This sort of...

    ...contradicts that.
     
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  17. KaL976

    KaL976 *nubcake*

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    It may look like a butterfly now but in 30 years it'll be more like an octopus wrestling a starfish ;)
     
  18. Festering Anus

    Festering Anus Cheeto Hans

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    pretty much this
     
  19. Staward

    Staward Lauda tuus animus

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    I'd like to tatoo the Argonath on my back.


    Or maybe not. I'd like to get a tatoo for real, though.
     
  20. [GU]elmur_fud

    [GU]elmur_fud I have balls of Depleted Uranium

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    I think a well done tattoo can be quite complimentary. But a poorly done tattoo is quite the opposite.

    If you do get one, read up on there care during the healing process first, as well as do a bit of research to find a good artist. It's best to spend a bit more now then to have to spend allot later to fix it.

    I don't have any personally. I don't like needles. But I have drawn allot of them for people in various styles for extra cash. My wife has a couple (all drawn by me) 1 of garfield hugging pookey on her ankle. And 1 of a heart with my initials (her idea :]) on the side of 1 of her breats. She also wants to get a set of small stars behind 1 ear and a small heart behind the other. A lilly on her wrist and a couple of other larger pieces that are rather ornate on her hips.

    If you want to see an interesting use of butterfly tats check out the suicide girls model Zoey Montgomery. Just google 'suicidegirl zoey' the tat is down one arm.
     

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