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Old 06-29-2009, 08:34 AM   #21
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I'm not a fan of pain, but really want a tattoo of some sort. I was thinking my last name, 9 letters, in old english down my left arm.

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Old 06-29-2009, 08:39 AM   #22
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I'm not a fan of pain, but really want a tattoo of some sort. I was thinking my last name, 9 letters, in old english down my left arm.

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Sounds cool.

Don't sweat about the pain, after a while you actually come to 'enjoy' it in a sick kinda fashion It's like you're suffering to get something you really want, which is satisfying in it's own way.
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I'm sure after it's done, I'd be glad I suffered.
Just so expensive for tattoos. :-P

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Hell yeah. I'm looking at 700-800 bucks to get my half-sleeve finished off; will be about 3-3 1/2 hours work.

Remember the old adage tho: A cheap tattoo isn't good, and a good tattoo isn't cheap


You're paying for years of experience...and being an artist myself, I really marvel at how they can draw onto a stretchy, movable surface; how they have to pre-tension the skin as they tattoo so that when they let go it will be in the right place. Very difficult!

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Ahh true. I'm not going to expect anyone to do a tattoo for $20. LOL.
But, sometimes it might be too much money gone if I could use the $$ on rent, gas, car etc.

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True, but I think of it as a one-off investment. Plus, you can always live on pot noodles for a while...well that's my plan

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Back in 1979 (at age 29), shortly after the future ex and I had separated, I had my left ear pierced. Wore different things in it for about 5 years and then just got tired of it. When I had it done, it wasn't usual for a non-celebrity (like a musician) to have something like that. But 5 years after I did it, everyone and their father had that and piercing all over their ears...both ears. Then other body parts got pierced which I had never considered. Don't know if the "hole" is still open and I don't really care if it is or not. When I originally did it, I was a rebel. Now if you don't have your entire face pierced, along with places I'd never allow anything sharp to get near, it's no big thing.

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Back in 1979 (at age 29), shortly after the future ex and I had separated, I had my left ear pierced. Wore different things in it for about 5 years and then just got tired of it. When I had it done, it wasn't usual for a non-celebrity (like a musician) to have something like that. But 5 years after I did it, everyone and their father had that and piercing all over their ears...both ears. Then other body parts got pierced which I had never considered. Don't know if the "hole" is still open and I don't really care if it is or not. When I originally did it, I was a rebel. Now if you don't have your entire face pierced, along with places I'd never allow anything sharp to get near, it's no big thing.
My favorite is the "bull" ring. The nose piercing where it looks like a bull. LOL. Those make me laugh everytime.

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No piercings, I'm a heterosexual male.

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No piercings, I'm a heterosexual male.
Same here .
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