She has a very interesting tattoo.
More than one, actually:
London, Feb. 2 -- Sexy 'Mr and Mrs Smith' star Angelina Jolie is apparently so fed-up with having to endure sitting for hours to get her extensive tattoos covered by make-up crews, that she has reportedly hired her very own private tattoo cover-up team.
According to a source, Angelina got so frustrated of having to sit for hours having her tattoos covered, that she decided to bring in her own team of professionals to speed up the process.
-- quoted in Delhi-based The Hindustan Times, one of India's leading newspapers
[First, I need to apologize for prejudging Angelina Jolie. So what if she is a Hollywood actress-airhead (whatever that means) -- she is also an interesting and intelligent human being. So what if her lips seem swollen and possibly implanted (which they may not even actually be: turns out she has had unusually full lips since childhood)(and what's wrong with that, anyway?). And so what if she has tattoos -- since when does that condemn a woman to some kind of sub-status anyway (I used to think that women with tattoos -- if they went beyond the rather-easy-to-accept demure rose tattoo on a butt cheek -- were not acceptable, somehow)? So I also thank her for disabusing me of these unnecessary and divisive notions and judgments. Now she seems like a full human being with some interesting ideas, philosophies, poetries, and spirits, some of which are expressed in her tattoos.]
This one is very interesting:
A prayer for the wild at heart, kept in cages.
And it could serve as a credo or a companion-idea to a bike tour.
Just as (bike wanderer) Heinz Stücke has credos written on his flag and accompanying his tours, so Angelina Jolie has hers written on her body. They serve as accompaniments to their tours and journeys through life.
Heinz has this written on his flag,
Be Carefree. Be Mad. Be a Little Bit Baad.
And he also seems to have something written on his flag about the Unknown. And how it keeps his wheels turning (or keeps up his interest in moving through life).
This has all started some new wheels turning, or some new possibilities arising.
--Pet philosophical (or poetic) statements that serve as interesting companion-catalysts, and add something to the tour or the journey?