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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by imwjl, Mar 24, 2020.
"C'mon, Grandma! You still got room!"
I had an interesting time watching my step-daugher grow up.
When she was ~15 years old I had occasion to take her to a doctor's appt. Her MD noticed she had a new tongue piercing thingie and he read her the riot act. She has a medical condition that is serious and requires regular medical care. The MD was not happy with her.
So, we get home and Mom realizes something is up without my having said a word. She discovers the tongue thingie (don't know what it is called) and goes ape-stuff. Chases daugher with pliers.
No harm done but it was exciting.
Not long after this, in passing I saw that young lady had gotten herself a tramp-stamp. I didn't say a word and last time I heard, Mom didn't know about it.
You might not look so hot to other people either. That’s life!
... and everytime she has to see u, she thinks, this old fart is going to ask me abt my tatts AGAIN. Do I have to see him!
There's tattooists, and there's tattooists...
Full disclosure, I have a single small tattoo, not visible unless you know me quite well. Not done by this person...
OH come on get a picture on your body,
that you wouldn't hang on the wall.
But I love America, our freedoms, and our sacred right to do stupid chit.
I got a small tat too so I shouldn't talk I guess.
maybe a tramp stamp that says "Exit Only"????
So he thinks the grandkids would want to see that blob of silly putty if there were no tattoos?
It's always funny that the assumption is that tattoos will look bad, but somehow people think their wrinkled, saggy mottled, used to be pink skin is going to look great.
Yeah, you get a tat of a cute little squirrel and 10 years latter it looks like an obese river otter.
Here you go...
You cannot unsee those pictures. I get the idea because I have seen it already. A lot of old people have tattoos here and it is not pretty.
Ink does not age well.
gotta love those women with tattoos of a butterfly..... butterfly tattoo turns into a nice depiction of mothra...
looking good honey
I don't know if the greatest generation couldn't find good artists in WW2 or if the technology was just not available. My uncle was in the Third Army. He had a dull greenish blue stain on his right forearm that looked like a one-legged gumby. My father said it used to look like a knife. God rest his soul, he saw horrendous things and then came home, went back to farming and never spoke of anything he'd been through.
If you really want people to notice your tats, stand next to me. I don't have any.
You can just see that boy standing in front of the mirror and going. Man! You are one handsome dude!
the way I figure it is if you get tats when you are younger and you dont age kindly at least have the tats fold up like the back page of a mad magazine , that would be amusing!!!!!
In 1973 I was with a gal who, being a trendsetter, had a small unicorn tattooed on her left boob. We parted ways, the next time I saw her was at my high school 45th reunion..
I asked her about the tat..she replied “after 45 years, 4 kids, and 50 pounds the damn thing looks like a giraffe.”