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My sister has complete coverage of her torso, front and back, both arms and both legs. Back in the day she used to do tattoo conventions wearing nothing but heels and a thong. Today she is an ER Nurse supervisor and does wear long sleeves to work everyday. But on the weekends she is riding her harley in a tank top!! We were raised to judge people by who they are and how they treat you, not by what you can see. I do want to get another, but like someone else said, mine mean something to me that is deep, so I will have to wait until I can get my friend to design me another one....the first two she designed as well....Just can't see going into a tattoo place and ordering it like you would your lunch at a drive thru!
Originally Posted by lupo1904 I like this Yeah, that's a good one...
Sent while day dreaming...
I like this
Originally Posted by lupo1904 I have plenty of tatoos and i could really care less what people think, i make people think twice about people with tattoos by being myself, well mannered and polite and did i mention a ladies man Im gonna get one...one day...and everyone who dont like it... well i have a bucket of fish heads for em...
Originally Posted by lupo1904 Just dont go doing this corndogg Lol. I've seen dudes like that and worse when I worked at our max security state prison here. I guess if ya aren't ever getting out and don't have to get a job go for it lol.
Just dont go doing this corndogg
People are always gonna judge you from what they first see of you. There are more people around here that have them than not it seems like. I want to get more, just want them to mean something instead of just a random design or whatever is trendy for the time being.
I live in san diego and get dirty looks from mostly older women and when i hold the door open for them at the bank or something some times not even a thank you, maybe its just me but seems like people these days have no manners, i have half sleves on both arms, my chest is done and one leg. And a swaztica on my forhead, just kidding about the forhead
This is 2012, where do y'all live that tattoos are how people are judging you. I have 2, but only one is visible if I'm wearing shorts. And I have never felt odd about it except once, and that was when my father saw it. Of course he has no idea about the other one.
Originally Posted by "Flat" foot'n That's pretty sweet. I saw the 7 pointed star and liked it too. My son and I got our Cherokee Citizenship last year. I'm looking for a way to learn the language here in SoCal. Thanks man. I got mine 2 years ago. The language seems kinda complicated for me. I wanna get my daughters name somewhere on me, this is it in Cherokee. Her name is Kynli Brianne Cook and how it's pronounced.
Originally Posted by cordog009
7-pointed Cherokee tribal star, for the 7 original Cherokee tribes. Figured I'd add a little something to reflect my ancestry. That's pretty sweet. I saw the 7 pointed star and liked it too. My son and I got our Cherokee Citizenship last year. I'm looking for a way to learn the language here in SoCal.
Originally Posted by lupo1904 I have plenty of tatoos and i could really care less what people think, i make people think twice about people with tattoos by being myself, well mannered and polite and did i mention a ladies man This was my first one, and I agree, people can think whatever they want...they're goin to anyway so it don't really matter to me either. Glad someone can still be a ladies man, my wife has me on too short of a leash
I have plenty of tatoos and i could really care less what people think, i make people think twice about people with tattoos by being myself, well mannered and polite and did i mention a ladies man
Thanks Gary, I had found it on a site while searching Cherokee tribal designs a year or 2 ago. Wanted it high enough that a short sleeve shirt would cover it. My Chief has one that hangs down about an inch below the uniform and I didn't want it visible when out on patrol, some people are so stereotyped these days that it's one less thing to deal with. I would like sleeves too but agree it's way too hot here in Tx to try and cover up in the summertime