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How Many Tatoos Do You Have?


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Just this one. Translates to "The Unbreakable Bond of Father & Son". My dad's initials are on one character, my son's on the other.....

 

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Just this one. Translates to "The Unbreakable Bond of Father & Son". My dad's initials are on one character, my son's on the other.....

 

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That's Awesome......

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Two that I'm aware of: one mid back, not low enough to be considered a "tramp stamp". Has family and geographical meaning...18 years old when obtained.

Second is near ankle bone and bares the paw print of a wild animal that took a good bite out of me, as a young girl. No hard feeling whatsoever, obviously, I carry no grudges towards animals. The offending species has always held my most intimate respect.

The paw print was obtained at Fuzzy's Tatoo Studio on Geary St. in San Fran.

I was 14 and on a choir trip, my mom was so proud, I did my best to push the choir girl stereotype...mission complete.

I must have appeared to look well beyond my years...(or the artist really believed I was part of the "Hell's Angels"), one or the other.

Either way, I was pretty damn proud of myself and somehow managed to choose something that I have never regretted...not even for a moment.

The act of being tattooed, for me anyways, potentially addictive...can't describe it fully, but it is likely the combination of pleasure, anticipation and pain.

I've always loved tattoos on men, but women...it can go both ways, probably because it can just go so wrong.

Peace

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If I would have re-enlisted WAY back in the day I was gonna get a tat of the Bulldog, without the writing on left shoulder.  This pic apparently exists nowhere online. The company doesn't even exist anymore.

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If I would have re-enlisted WAY back in the day I was gonna get a tat of the Bulldog, that apparently exists nowhere online. The company doesn't even exist anymore.

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0 A Tattoo just won't add anything to my current perfekshin.

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9, but if you count each letter of one it is many more - legs, shoulders, tri's & bi's, chest, back - had one on my butt, but it got torn off, you can still see bits of it, but the overall look of my right glute is somewhat like a Michael Myers mask, suitably impressive in itself, if it hadn't/didn't hurt so damn much.

 

@NightStaker :: 11B 325 AIR :: 19F 65 MFA :: 33P TFI 4c:: 35T 6a TFO, and out. You may very well have seen my ass in the desert?

 

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9, but if you count each letter of one it is many more - legs, shoulders, tri's & bi's, chest, back - had one on my butt, but it got torn off, you can still see bits of it, but the overall look of my right glute is somewhat like a Michael Myers mask, suitably impressive in itself, if it hadn't/didn't hurt so damn much.

 

@NightStaker :: 11B 325 AIR :: 19F 65 MFA :: 33P TFI 4c:: 35T 6a TFO, and out. You may very well have seen my ass in the desert?

 

Best!

 

Dan

 

Finally! someone I can relate to.....(I may pass the fuck out now)

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9, but if you count each letter of one it is many more - legs, shoulders, tri's & bi's, chest, back - had one on my butt, but it got torn off, you can still see bits of it, but the overall look of my right glute is somewhat like a Michael Myers mask, suitably impressive in itself, if it hadn't/didn't hurt so damn much.

 

@NightStaker :: 11B 325 AIR :: 19F 65 MFA :: 33P TFI 4c:: 35T 6a TFO, and out. You may very well have seen my ass in the desert?

 

Best!

 

Dan

 

Yea, wasnt in the desert, I have the utmost respect for those that were, I saw enough shit stateside still makes me cringe.

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I have 5.  2 on each arm, 1 on 1 leg.  1 arm has a "Death from above with art " on bicep and then the reaper with his sickle dripping blood on forearm and a sinister green eye (side profile of his head).  Other arm bicep has my wife's name, the Chinese symbol for love under her name and under that my daughter's initials (3).  Then on that forearm is a line from our wedding song.  On leg I have a Glock 21 with the phrase "Got Glock".  S-

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