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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: Tattoos by suzulu on 19 July 2006 2:20pm
 
Although I am not fond of tattoos (must be some psychological reasons somewhere!) I won't hold it against you, kazzzz and Helen! LOL
 
Re: Tattoos by Spursfan on 19 July 2006 6:05pm
 
Nooo - as long as you have a good spoon... ;-)
 
Re: Tattoos by arty_farty on 19 July 2006 6:36pm
 
do you reckon its ok to have a tattoo on your wrist?
 
Re: Tattoos by canaveralgumby on 19 July 2006 9:43pm
 
arty, it's okay to have one wherever you want one! Just take this into consideration: the less fleshy the area, the more painful the tattooing process will be. It's the same princple as getting an injection - they use the upper arm, or they use the buttocks for the really big needles.
 
Re: Tattoos by arty_farty on 19 July 2006 11:42pm
 
i want to get a paw print tattooed on my right wrist. but with all the veins there im not sure if its a good idea. the other ones gonna be my star sign on my back.
 
Re: Tattoos by pandab on 20 July 2006 12:54am
 
I, too, came within a cat's whisker of getting a tattoo while I was in the Navy. I told my mother, thinking she would freak. My mom just asked what I was going to get and where. I told her I was going to get a panda (what else?) on my butt.

Her reply made me rethink the whole thing. If I was going to get a tattoo in a place no one would see (in public, at least), what was the point? It would just be a waste of my money and time. Besides, she said with a smile, I had to remember my phobia of needles. I thought it over and realized she was right. Mom and I had our differences, but I must say she definitely hit the nail on the head with that bit of motherly advice.

Pandab
 
Re: Tattoos by canaveralgumby on 20 July 2006 1:05am
 
For my 40th birthday I was going to get the Yes logo - see:
http://www.yesworld.com/
on an ankle, but I chickened out. Well, sometime before I turn 42, it's gonna happen!
 
Re: Tattoos by tucsonmike on 20 July 2006 7:26am
 
If I go through with it, I have to figure out where I am going to get the tattoo, since I hate to say it, but I am a rather hairy individual LOL!

Kaz is right. At this rate, we are going to end up sharing at least the same wing of the retirement home making the staff crazy. It WILL be like the show waiting for God.
 
Re: Tattoos by arty_farty on 20 July 2006 11:34am
 
if you get a tattoo can you still give blood?
 
Re: Tattoos by kazzzz on 20 July 2006 11:44am
 
No arty, not for a couple of years after.
 
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