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When I saw this thread I thought, Oh No, here we go again, but this is down right funny.

I don't have any tats, because I also have a thing about needles, but as a teen, I had a friend who had a little monkey on her boob, and a long yellow banana on her stomach.

She should be about 50 now. I wonder if the monkey is now eating the banana?
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Tasteless Tattoos is redundant....
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Yeah tats don't really bother me much....but i do agree..not so into the Full body covered tats like that Kat girl...but those alwasy seems to be the coolest people to talk to too!

My BF was in the army for 4 years and he got 3 tats while in...he unfortunately did the fad of the 2 armbands and on on his chest (i rather like thatone ) they are all small and cover up with a shirt....i do make fun of him sometimes for the arm band ones...haha but they look great on him cuz he works out....and yes i def bust his b@lls about how he's gonna look when he's 80 ..................I work for the navy as a civilian and i work with TONS of older military men....and i must say though for being 60+ thier arm tattoos look great and all have neat meanings.

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Recently I heard the lower back tattoo refferred to as a "Panama License Plate" as well as the "Tramp Stamp". To each his own I guess. I think they are ugly.

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Recently I heard the lower back tattoo refferred to as a "Panama License Plate" as well as the "Tramp Stamp". To each his own I guess. I think they are ugly.

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Never heard of that one but I agree.
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I have a couple tattoos (that remain hidden by my day to day clothes), my sisters have tattoos, my mother has a tattoo, you get the idea...I'm not against tattoos. I am, however against distasteful tattoos. I know there are some of you chomping at the bit right now to ask me how I feel that I have the right to decide what is in good taste and what is not but let me give you an example: I had a uncomfortable few minutes this past summer when my five year old niece asked what the girl in the picture (large tattoo on a the back of a man in the pool) was doing and why she was naked. Let's just say she was in a "compromising position". I ended that conversation with "I'm not sure, why don't you ask your mother..." I know, cop-out but hey I'm just the aunt. Uncomfortable sex talks with a toddler falls strictly in the parent category.
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Krispycruiser you are funny as an aunt I agreed with your cop out. We aunts are just there to feed the kid a bunch of sugar and send him home with mommy. I also agree that tasteless is easy to know if it's X rated (NC 17) then it's tasteless. However look at this tattoo is it really gonna ruin your whole vacation it's on my shoulder (no sag issues). Isn't she cute.
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Awww. That is one cute dragon!
I also have the privilege of being the aunt. All the fun and very little of the hassles. Taking 2 oldest on a cruise May 2008. Both teenagers, so I may get a touch of the hassle side....nah. They're good kids. But, I will have the worry aspect, as they will be my responsibility for that week.
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Krispycruiser you are funny as an aunt I agreed with your cop out. We aunts are just there to feed the kid a bunch of sugar and send him home with mommy. I also agree that tasteless is easy to know if it's X rated (NC 17) then it's tasteless. However look at this tattoo is it really gonna ruin your whole vacation it's on my shoulder (no sag issues). Isn't she cute.
Hahaha I agree! Play with them, spoil them, feed them full of sugar, then send them home when they are tired and cranky hahaha.

P.S. I love the seadragon tattoo! SOOOOOO CUTE!
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Tattoos are rarely offensive and when they are I usually just look the other way. Like an exotic car with an idiotic bumper sticker, I think it is a shame when an attractive person has a distracting tattoo. Tattoos on the ugly are not usually an improvement either, but who's looking.

Tattoos are so trendy these days; I wonder how many people regret their decision to get a tattoo.

Most tattoo owners claim that each of their pieces of body art has near cosmic significance and will never be regretted and yet the tattoo removal business is thriving.
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Quote "Tattoos are so trendy these days"

Only tendy amongst people that are insecure and need to make a statement with their body that they cannot make with their mouth.

Like body builders, same difference
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Quote "Tattoos are so trendy these days"

Only tendy amongst people that are insecure and need to make a statement with their body that they cannot make with their mouth.

Like body builders, same difference
I take it that you do not have a tattoo and not a into body building? I would never belittle anyone for making personal choices. mmm now who is being "insular"?
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I don't know about the rest of you but I'm getting tired of having to look at all the tasteless tattoos showing up on cruises these days. I mean what gives, don't people have anything better to do than get these tasteless tattoos painted all over themselves. Cover this stuff up, please! Or at least save the show for the bedroom where it belongs. I mean, really, this stuff looks kind of trashy!

I don't care for tattoos either-anywhere-but I also know what other people do is none of my business.
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Rick, your calling me insular...your having a laugh. Maybe if I were, then I would not be banned so many times for having "MY" opinion and therefore could have "raised" myself in 5 years or so to a serious rank on this board.

Insular, my a...

But certain things in life are for personal gratification; yes mine is talking, for others its tats, or physical body presence, but its personal to them.

You cannot share a "body" opinion on how pretty the size of your own personal tats are or your six pack with others…its personal

Especially this new trend from the "tat" brigade that are now moving into "branding",,,yes that's the correct word.

A hot iron pressed into your skin with a symbol on it. Now honestly why would any right minded person want to do that to their body and then expect others to find it exceptable?
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My favorite tatoos are the ones that turn into green splotches...like paint ball hits.

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SERIOUS NOTE: My girlfriend works at a major hospital. She heard recently of a anesthesiologist who REFUSED to give a pregnant woman with a so-called "tramp stamp" an epidural during delivery. He cited the possibility of the dye used in the tattoo as a contaminant of her spinal fluid since the incision was in that area. Why should he risk getting sued over this woman's decision to have a tattoo? After all, it was her "right", wasn't it?

FUNNY NOTE: Besides "tramp stamp", I've also heard of women's lower back tattoos, especially the ones that extend up the sides of the back, referred to as "a$$ antlers". Way too funny!
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Given the tat people are now into branding as well as ink, maybe they and everyone else should get their health insurance policy number written as a tat or in a hot iron brand onto their body, that would save a lot of confusion, especially if done as a readable bar code.

Scenario:---You collapse, medics turn up, take a scanner across your barcode and via their computers and your "potential " medical plan can decide what to do with you.

Given what you are insured against and what YOU and your insurers are facing....they can determine whether to leave you on the street (as you are not ambulance covered) or give in advance some data to the docs and an idea of what they can afford to fix before you get there.

Yeah in your society,,,, I can see that working. Take out a health policy, and have a tat to go with it, better now than in dispute later regarding your cover.

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Recently I heard the lower back tattoo refferred to as a "Panama License Plate" as well as the "Tramp Stamp". To each his own I guess. I think they are ugly.

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I've also heard the tramp stamp referred to as a Panama City license plate. It's sort of funny, spent 20 years in the Navy, no tats. I plan to get a CPO anchor with my fish under them on my right forearm. Now that I'm retired out of the service, I can get a tat on my forearm without having to ask permission, yes, that's right, if you want a tattoo in a conspicuous location, you have to ask permission, and it isn't usually granted. You can't get in the service now if you have "excessive" numbers or obscene tattoos. How's that for useless information. I'm with thasic, I know lots of things, they just aren't very useful, maybe it's a service related thing. My lovely bride who is mumble, mumble years younger than me has two. You'd never know it if you met her at work, she's an engineering manager at a nuclear power laboratory, but if you see us dancing on the ship or sunning next to the pool, you could see them. Ironic huh, the squid doesn't have any tattoos, but the college girl does.
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Given the tat people are now into branding as well as ink, maybe they and everyone else should get their health insurance policy number written as a tat or in a hot iron brand onto their body, that would save a lot of confusion, especially if done as a readable bar code.

Scenario:---You collapse, medics turn up, take a scanner across your barcode and via their computers and your "potential " medical plan can decide what to do with you.

Given what you are insured against and what YOU and your insurers are facing....they can determine whether to leave you on the street (as you are not ambulance covered) or give in advance some data to the docs and an idea of what they can afford to fix before you get there.

Yeah in your society,,,, I can see that working. Take out a health policy, and have a tat to go with it, better now than in dispute later regarding your cover.

Written in honesty, but with tongue firmly in cheek
Won't work medical insurance changes to often. The bar code should have your medical history.

I like my big mouth and my tattoo they are both extensions of my personality. If you don't like my tattoo that is fine I won't make you get one. I promise my tattoo will not attack you or in any other way impact you vacation. If my tattoo does impact your vacation by just being on my body then that is your problem not mine.
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SERIOUS NOTE: My girlfriend works at a major hospital. She heard recently of a anesthesiologist who REFUSED to give a pregnant woman with a so-called "tramp stamp" an epidural during delivery. He cited the possibility of the dye used in the tattoo as a contaminant of her spinal fluid since the incision was in that area. Why should he risk getting sued over this woman's decision to have a tattoo? After all, it was her "right", wasn't it?

FUNNY NOTE: Besides "tramp stamp", I've also heard of women's lower back tattoos, especially the ones that extend up the sides of the back, referred to as "a$$ antlers". Way too funny!

That's not an isolated incident. An anesthetist will not do an epidural on a woman if the tattoo is over a certain area of the lower spine. My new daughter-in-law has small one on her lower back (Ukrainian endearing word for 'little girl' that her now deceased grandmother called her). She checked with a physician and fortunately hers is low enough not to be a problem. However, many young women are destined to deliver their baby the old fashioned way!! Also, arms covered in tattoos are difficult for starting IV's, even for a pro like me. You will also be banned from being a blood donor. It is SO permanent. Why do something trendy that you will be stuck with forever. Hindsight is 20/20 !! I think most of them are ugly or the artwork is sometimes rather primitive. Why would you want a school child's rendition of a dragon or whatever on your body....for life. I actually feel sorry for those who have fallen for this artistry on their bodies. I particularly feel ill for those who have chosen really evil,'dark' tattoos.
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I think the joke is often on the person getting the tattoo. They get some Chinese letters or symbols or some Indian tribal thing around their arm without even knowing what it means. It probably says something like, "I am an Idiot" or "I am a slut" or "I am ignorant" and the tattoo artist is laughing his arse off. I can't believe the proliferation of the TV shows deicated to this. "LA Ink" and "Miami Ink" that glamorize this craziness and promote this to kids. Some of those people are in a race to cover every square inch of there bodies. I am sure down the road we will be hearing about the medical problems associated with this overindulgence of ink.
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Good one. Me too! I don't have any graffitti on my house or car either.
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I don't like tattoos either but to each his own I guess. I just get irked when people with tattoos are offended if they happen not to get a certain job because of their tats. IMHO it's not very professional to have them hanging out all over but like I said, to each his own.
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First of all, Hi, I'm new, and I'm an aspiring tattoo artist, and I plan to have many many tattoos myself eventually.
I have a few comments on the subject. First off, on all the negative things about graffiti. Graffiti is a beautiful artform. And not all of it is illegal, personally, I'd prefer the outside of my house to be covered in it, as well as my car. However having to keep the resale value in mind, I cannot.

Also, not all tattoos will look like green paintball hits. Poorly done tattoos probably will, yes. However, well done ones should not.

Tattoos used to be a sign of class, however it was a sign of the upper class, not the lower class. Tattoos have been around for a long time, there will always be people who are getting them, however, the popularity of them will rise and fall.

And Dayvidb, I am not insecure at all, infact I'm more secure with myself then most people my age.

Also, to comment on the TV show's "miami ink" and others, just note that most tattoo artists dislike these shows also. They have made teenage kids believe that being a tattoo artist is alike to being a 'rockstar' and has caused a flood of apprentices, with no passion for it, and a new wave of scratchers.

I apologize for pulling up this thread, as it is a week or two old.
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