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Old 02-23-12, 05:09 PM   #1
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Amazingly awful tattoo leads to amazingly public Facebook breakup.

You know a Facebook thread is going to be a complete and utter disaster if it starts with a photo of this tattoo and only gets worse from there. Below you'll see how this ill-conceived ink job ends up ruining this girl's day and most likely her life. And let this be a lesson to all of you: Never get anyone's anything tattooed on your anywhere. Especially if there's a chance you're completely insane.


http://www.happyplace.com/14442/awfu...cebook-breakup
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Old 02-23-12, 05:27 PM   #3
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Old 02-23-12, 05:29 PM   #4
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You know a Facebook thread is going to be a complete and utter disaster if it starts with a photo of this tattoo and only gets worse from there. Below you'll see how this ill-conceived ink job ends up ruining this girl's day and most likely her life. And let this be a lesson to all of you: Never get anyone's anything tattooed on your anywhere. Especially if there's a chance you're completely insane.

http://www.happyplace.com/14442/awfu...cebook-breakup
So... who's face do you have tattooed on your arm ?
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Old 02-23-12, 05:30 PM   #5
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Just change "Sara" to "any girl MMACH 5 dated in high school"
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Old 02-23-12, 05:31 PM   #6
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So... who's face do you have tattooed on your arm ?
I'm a non conformist, no tattoos
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She did this after only a week?
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Don't believe Apri's "not real" thing, Omni. You can't believe anything you read on the internet.
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I'm a non conformist, no tattoos

It has always baffled me as to the answer some tattooed person gives when you ask them if that was a real bright decision. You know later in life when you REALLY need a job and tattoo guy and non-tattoo guy compete for the same job.

Anyway the answer is always something like, "Well, I want to be different". Yeah . . . different than that other tattooed creepy looking guy over there or what? Piercings the same thing. Don't you know you have piercings just like a million other pierced looking wierdos?
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Old 02-23-12, 07:31 PM   #12
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Old 02-23-12, 08:10 PM   #13
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It has always baffled me as to the answer some tattooed person gives when you ask them if that was a real bright decision. You know later in life when you REALLY need a job and tattoo guy and non-tattoo guy compete for the same job.

Anyway the answer is always something like, "Well, I want to be different". Yeah . . . different than that other tattooed creepy looking guy over there or what? Piercings the same thing. Don't you know you have piercings just like a million other pierced looking wierdos?
Is there we start insulting people for having tatoos/piercings/not being like us, but we we have to phrase it as it's their fault we make fun of them because we realize it's nonsense to do so but we really want to?
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Tattoos are permanent. I'm anything but permanent.
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I'll vote this goes back to P&R, but only after it's been here in foo for a week. That's my litmus test, time-wise.
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Old 02-24-12, 09:11 AM   #16
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In that case it will be closed. Some people might throw in P and R stuff in it just for that exact reason.
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Old 02-24-12, 09:29 AM   #17
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You are all welcome to tattoo my delicious bass on your arms, but do not for a minute think that we are dating.
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She seems cool and rational. I wonder if she lives near me.
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At first I thought that tattoo was of Vanilla Ice.
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It has always baffled me as to the answer some tattooed person gives when you ask them if that was a real bright decision. You know later in life when you REALLY need a job and tattoo guy and non-tattoo guy compete for the same job.

Anyway the answer is always something like, "Well, I want to be different". Yeah . . . different than that other tattooed creepy looking guy over there or what? Piercings the same thing. Don't you know you have piercings just like a million other pierced looking wierdos?
There is plenty of skin that does not show when dressed for interview or work. I know one couple that have nearly as many tats as the old circus tattoed sideshows, if you only count the aera covered by a short sleve shirt and pants. All that shows when dressed is unmarked skin.
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Old 02-24-12, 01:03 PM   #21
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I have no tats, but a lot of the cycling crowd I ride with do. Many of them have mainstream jobs. In the generation that is in its 20s and 30s, it's getting to the point that tats just aren't that much of a big deal anymore.
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Wow. That tat looks just like my birthmark. Weird.
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I once dated a woman who had her ex-boyfriends name tattooed on her. It was weird, but it really didn't matter as our relationship lasted about two weeks.
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I once dated a woman who had her ex-boyfriends name tattooed on her. It was weird, but it really didn't matter as our relationship lasted about two weeks.
She didn't pull her gun on you and demand you get her name inked on you?
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She didn't pull her gun on you and demand you get her name inked on you?
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