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Old 09-19-2014   #51
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You are a good man, T2D. Very good man.

I salute you.
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Speaking of which. If I ever get a tattoo, which is never, it will be about Led Zeppelin.

Die-hard fan! Hard-core, baby!
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Sorry to digress. For me at least, Led Zepplin is more of a religion than the religion I'm born with (which sux, btw).
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Speaking of which. If I ever get a tattoo, which is never, it will be about Led Zeppelin.

Die-hard fan! Hard-core, baby!
Here ya go...

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Cheers, mate

Not the most flattering of pics, but the spirit is what counts
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Ha ha, no. That's too extreme. I don't think anybody in the group is into that (at least I hope so )

However, maybe I am too extreme when it comes to tattoos, or the so-called "body art".

Let me give a theoretical example. Being a guy, if the most desirable girl in the world undresses before me and I saw a tiny tattoo on her body, I will run away as if a cheetah is chasing me.

That's an imaginary scenario, not a real one
If you don't mind, may I ask where you are from?
Do you have any real scenarios where someone with tattoos negatively affected your life?
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Love tattoos. I know at one time they were seen as only seen on those of low class like prisoners, but Ive pretty much always liked them. They are just another form of art. I admit there are times, I dont like the final product, but that is my opinion. Most of the time when I see tattoos, I find myself wanting to read them/look at them and want to find out if there is a backstory to to them.
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Love tattoos. I know at one time they were seen as only seen on those of low class like prisoners, but Ive pretty much always liked them. They are just another form of art. I admit there are times, I dont like the final product, but that is my opinion. Most of the time when I see tattoos, I find myself wanting to read them/look at them and want to find out if there is a backstory to to them.
Think of tattoos like a photo; there are good ones, bad ones, some tell a story while others are just for decoration. Some photos you like, some you don't. Some would look so much better on someone else's wall

Also like a photo, the really good ones will hang on a wall for decades without being boring even if they get dated. After a while they start developing a history of their own that supercedes any inherent quality issues. Kind of like having a framed snapshot that isn't the best but because of the emotional connection it gets lovingly placed in a pretty frame.
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Love tattoos. I know at one time they were seen as only seen on those of low class like prisoners, but Ive pretty much always liked them. They are just another form of art. I admit there are times, I dont like the final product, but that is my opinion. Most of the time when I see tattoos, I find myself wanting to read them/look at them and want to find out if there is a backstory to to them.
Not sure I always love them, but I do the same, wonder what the backstory is on them.
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I find the back stories are never what I first imagined. Often they are deep and of a commemorative nature. But... Some are just decorative and that's okay too.


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