What is it these days about NOT having ink?
I thought and grew up thinking that a tattoo either meant you did hard time or served overseas in the service.
Now every teenage girl with daddy issues is spending their birtday money on blue goldfishes, ravens, unicorns skulls with bow ties and even Four Leaf Clovers.
Young males seem don't seem to be doing much better, males with abosulutely no Asian heritage or descent are getting Japanese poems all down their arms.
Dragons tribal configurations and other more riduclous tattoos of adjectives describing our society like "I am THE man " in old Enlgish letters.
Or phrases like "Beer Warrior" stensiled across their backs.
I want to ask real adults here because everytime I ask someone with a Tattoo like this I always hear the same thing.
"No brah, you don't get it! This ink MEANS something to me, it means love".
I understand I suppose,.... But I do not understand why a 8 inch portait of Captain Jack Sparrow on your a$$ cheek means love....
And nothing is more sexy then getting to know a lady more just to find the large cartoon blue goldfish on her left sholder, only to ask her for her to answer.
"My grandma's favorite color was blue, so I got it done in blue so I never forget her".
I guess I understand this rational thought.
So tommorow I am getting this weekends errands tattooed on my forehead,
So when I look in the mirror I am bound to remeber not only my grocery list, but why I am never getting a picture of Captain Crunch followed in Asian runes of which I have no ties to, emblazoned on my calf or inner thigh or any other part of my body other than my imagination.
"This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience"- Dwight D. Eisenhower , Jan 17,1961.
Last edited by Yossarian; April 30th, 2012 at 22:18..