Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by murfthesurf, Sep 29, 2016.
From a security consideration, this guy makes me more pro-Tattoo......
What do you think?
I just want to know why. There has to be a lot of pain behind those tattoos. Not just the physical pain, but a lot of emotional issues. I understand tattoos can make a statement - just not sure exactly what he is trying to say. I hear "help" when I see that. Of course, I doubt he would appreciate my evaluation. Maybe he likes the attention. I will have to let my single 25 year old daughter know that he is available...
Job interview should be great! But then it is the "Daily Mail". Probably on the dole for life.
Of course, you should always comparison shop for the best deal.
Grunt, you made me literally laugh out loud. Now I have to go buy a new monitor.
I am smiling... you made my day. Glad to have tickled your funny bone. Sorry about the monitor...
Fencersmother is not a fan of body art, nor piercings, nor any permanent changes to one's body.
Unfortunately, no one asks for my opinion.
Or mine, after my son got one my wife was ripping him on the phone. As I listened she finally calmed down she said " well, what is the image of the tattoo?" I yelled "it is a picture of you(wife's name)". I could see her anger turn towards me. But I really could hear my son laughing hard from my comment on the phone from 5 feet away.
Numerous times, I have offered this service to my offspring: if you feel called to get a tattoo, no worries! I have several hundred sheets of sandpaper, varying coarseness, and we can spend some quality time together while I make use of that paper.
My children love me, deep down. I'm sure.
I have said this before and I will say it again. I am forever grateful to the tattoo artist in Jacksonville NC who said.... " Marine you are too drunk to get a tattoo , get out of my chair"! Forever grateful.
I fear transferable diseases. That is why I have asked my kids not to.
I love the kids who are deathly afraid of getting a shot at the (relatively clean) doctor's office, and will lie in some chair for hours with a guy putting questionably filthy inks into their skin.
They can get pretty expensive too, the larger and more elaborate they become
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