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Re: Tattoos by canaveralgumby on 22 July 2006 9:27pm
 
pedro, that is friggin' funny.

komutanucantekme (WOW what does that mean!), did you ever see the t-shirt for blonds? It says "right arm" at the right arm hole, "left arm" "front" "back" "head" etc.

Now I'm as guilty as fugitive of showing chauvanism towards blonds!
 
Re: Tattoos by intrepid on 22 July 2006 9:31pm
 
"Arm" is good. How about a tattoo which says "tattoo"?
 
Re: Tattoos by pedro64 on 22 July 2006 11:00pm
 
watcha mean when your an old and wrinkly
grandad.What about an old and wrinkly grandma with a full rigged sailing ship tattooed across her chest:)
 
Re: Tattoos by canaveralgumby on 22 July 2006 11:17pm
 
Wouldn't it be cool to design a tattoo FOR the parts that sag in old age, so that it BECOMES something special and beutiful as you age? There's an idea!
 
Re: Tattoos by pedro64 on 22 July 2006 11:35pm
 
wont work on saggy bits my friend had raquel welch face tattooed on his tummy in the 60s.Recently he was on the beach in Barbados when some local kids asked him (on viewing it)if he was an admirer of mother teresa
 
Re: Tattoos by pedro64 on 22 July 2006 11:37pm
 
wont work on saggy bits my friend had raquel welch face tattooed on his tummy in the 60s.Recently he was on the beach in Barbados when some local kids asked him (on viewing it)if he was an admirer of mother teresa
 
Re: Tattoos by pedro64 on 22 July 2006 11:45pm
 
I genuinely feel that in ones twilite years the only tattoo one needs is name and address and medication required.Plus maybe a contact phone number:)
 
Re: Tattoos by sighthound on 22 July 2006 11:49pm
 
I'd think that Mother Teresa might be a more appropriate tattoo than Raquel Welch at such a sagging age. Your friend should meditate on that and let us know what he comes up with.
 
Re: Tattoos by peripatetically on 23 July 2006 6:30pm
 
Kaz, I do believe you should ahve a cream egg tatoo. No if's and's or but's. Do it and let us rejoice!!!!!!!!
 
Re: Tattoos by suzulu on 24 July 2006 12:55am
 
Do not worry, folks! By sheer coincidence, there was an old man who looked about 80 years old at the bus stop today and he had tattoos all the way up his arms! I wonder how long they had been there, the tattoos looked in pretty good shape.
 
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