You pasted the laughing smiley, so you appeared amused to me.
I was amused, and said so. But if my "My what is easily amused?" comment was directed at your
misuse of "your" and "you're." Little pet peeve of mine.
Do you have anything to say about the topic at hand or did you just come in here to troll on what I said, honestly?
Sure, and I have said one or two things about the topic at hand, actually.
ON TOPIC: As I said earlier I guess I don't love them but I don't hate them either..I dislike tattoos.
Looking at the topic..it appeared to me the thread asked for input on how personally
folks felt about tattoos; I didn't see where it invited ridicule or arguing on what someone
POV or was.
My opinion is that, yes, you could think of them alot and what happened--probably not all the time. Consider though years down the road the tattoo not helping your sorrow any ...EVERY time you look in the mirror or someone asking about the tattoo-well, that's how I feel about it-just my opinion that I have a right to share like everyone else here.
Kinda like how others have the right to share that their opinion of your opinion is that it is ridiculous, yeah?
But to be more on-topic: I was watching the game last night, and noticed fellow Okie Jeremy Shockey's tats (upper right arm sleeve and lower left arm sleeve), which really set off my need-for-things-to-be-symmetrical OCD meter. I don't know how he can stand himself.
You can have all the tattoos in the world, but for the love of Pete, please make them symmetrical, people.
You know, tattoos may BE a good idea for folks when they get older and can't remember things anymore to help remind them of significant others,events,things important to them ect.
Polaroids are just as good for remembering key events in your life, I always say.
(remembers Sammy Jankis)