"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat
i really dont like neck tattoos though.. thats one that isnt going to look good when you are 70.. and it seems all the guys that are in their early 20's (in my city) are getting them done there..
the underside of the wrist and chest are probably where i would get one, if i ever did.. but the wrist is also one of those spots that will always be visible, if i decide i dont like later on.. the big problem for some people i know is that when they got their tattoos (like their whole arm as a sleeve) no one else was really doing it, and now every kid from here to timbuktu has it.. soooo it might be cool today but tomorrow who knows? and is probably the real reason why i dont have one..
(06-10-2013, 08:47 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:(06-10-2013, 08:04 PM)Lisa Boxx Wrote:
Excellent. It would be hypocritical of me to say I Dont have any. I have one; on my right arm. I was young, in the US Army, in Germany and drunk at the time I got it.
But, if I had to go back, I wouldn't of got it.
And what if the mark of the beast dont turn out to be a microchip at all; but an RFID Inked Tattoo?
People are already desensitized to the thing, with tattoos being so wide spread. They line up around the block to get theirs. Especially if it meant they wouldn't be able to eat without it.
Usually when people are drunk their true nature surfaces, so you made a choice back then and deemed it just fine. It's just body art, so don't make a s*thill out of nothing.
funny you say that b/c I just found a fresh story about rfid ink tattoos
Imagine not having to remember a half a dozen passwords and avoid having to input them countless times per day. Motorola is working on a digital tattoo or a indigestible pill that could do all the password authentication for you — no memorization or cheat sheet list required.
"sentially your entire body becomes an authentication token,” she said.
Working with the company mc10 to develop a flexible, skin-like tattoo with this capability — which TheBlaze has seen before but it was used checking medical vital signs – Motorola is thinking this could someday be the next stage of durable, wearable technology.
“Imagine a kids’ fake tattoo that can sense how our bodies work: data from the heart, the brain, muscles, body temperature – even hydration levels,” Schlatka told SlashGear. “When a sensing technology conforms to the consumer and not the other way around, it can capture more insights for longer periods of time without discomfort or distraction.”
it used to be only Pygmies , Prostitutes, Prisoners an Pirates had them !
An Thats All I Gotta Say About That !
I don't have a tattoo and every time I see one I'm glad it isn't on my body, but some are quite beautiful.
Happen to know a top-class tattoo-artist myself.
Not branded by any kind of sign.
And I much prefer it that way.
But to each his own!
I'm not a girl and I dont have any either...
Seems to me that most guys get them to try and appear tough...
And most girls get them for sexual reasons...
Especially their above the ass tattoos...
That a guy I work with calls tramp stamps...
Because the numerous women who get them cant even see them...
But the guys banging those women from behind sure can...
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/a...cuous.html
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