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ScholasticSpastic
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Icon 1 posted December 11, 2007 23:58      Profile for ScholasticSpastic     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
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Let's ignore the fact that it's really a picture of my ass that my roommate took to be cute, m'kay?

While we're at it, I suppose we should also ignore the fact that you don't crop the photo and show just the tattoo because you like the attention [Wink]

Oh... I was thinking providence. But whatever.

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Icon 1 posted December 12, 2007 07:00      Profile for business attire     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Steen:
business attire wrote:
Let's ignore the fact that it's really a picture of my ass that my roommate took to be cute, m'kay?

While we're at it, I suppose we should also ignore the fact that you don't crop the photo and show just the tattoo because you like the attention [Wink]

No, Steen, it's because I only have a copy of that image online and it's too much hassle for me to save it to my hard drive, edit it, upload it, and post it.
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You know, according a definition (It was posted by the cute girl with all the seemingly random letters for her username and the new ear piercing) on a previous topic, I have a tramp stamp. [Frown]

I have a tattoo of Tinkerbell on my lower back, but it's off to the right instead of in the middle. The purpose of its location was the opposite of drawing attention, however. My boyfriend at the time, who my parents didn't know about, bought it for my 19th birthday. Not only did I not want my parents to ask questions about my boyfriend, I didn't want to hear all the usual lectures about tattoos, and the location chosen was very easily hidden but still cute and feminine.

I'm still looking for pictures of my other tattoos. I will probably just take more.

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quote:
Originally posted by erynthenerd:
You know, according a definition (It was posted by the cute girl with all the seemingly random letters for her username and the new ear piercing)

That sounds like our 'Peebs'. (The letters in her username apparently mean something, but I cannae remember.) She is thus known as 'Peebs', thusly. [Smile]

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IIRC it stands for "The Most Beautiful Woman In The World, Princess Bride"... or something very close to that!

And yes I know because I had to ask her way way ago when curiosity finally got the better of me... [Big Grin]

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^ I usually don't like the look of tattoos, but this one is pretty cool [Razz]

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quote:
Originally posted by Serenak:
IIRC it stands for "The Most Beautiful Woman In The World, Princess Bride"... or something very close to that!

And yes I know because I had to ask her way way ago when curiosity finally got the better of me... [Big Grin]

Very close. The last word is supposed to be Buttercup, but other than that spot on. I was going through one of my more obsessive phases with The Princess Bride at the time.

Well look at that, that was over five years ago now wasn't it? [crazy]

erynthenerd, I wouldn't consider that a tramp stamp I think. It may technically fit the definition (or maybe not since it isn't centered), but the term is usually used for tattoos that are cliché or trashy, particularly "tribal" tattoos or butterflies or something like that. I'd love to see the pictures. [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by erynthenerd:
You know, according a definition (It was posted by the cute girl with all the seemingly random letters for her username and the new ear piercing) on a previous topic, I have a tramp stamp. [Frown]

I have a tattoo of Tinkerbell on my lower back, but it's off to the right instead of in the middle. The purpose of its location was the opposite of drawing attention, however. My boyfriend at the time, who my parents didn't know about, bought it for my 19th birthday. Not only did I not want my parents to ask questions about my boyfriend, I didn't want to hear all the usual lectures about tattoos, and the location chosen was very easily hidden but still cute and feminine.

I'm still looking for pictures of my other tattoos. I will probably just take more.

Ha. I thought I posted that on this thread. Photos posted over there.

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