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Old 06-28-2007, 12:47 PM   #51
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Hi, RM!

OOOH-OOOH, CATFIGHT!

This is just AMAZING to me...and I for one would love to read the continuation of his story after he fell off my radar. Like I say, SURVIVOR stories are so beneficial! However, my favorite song is "A Painter Passing Through", and he does say, and I'm paraphrasing, "And now I am old, let me rest." Let's do so and just enjoy the beauty of the music!
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Old 06-28-2007, 02:38 PM   #52
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:27 PM   #53
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moderator here.. ;0

my goodness..a little insight (welcome or not by the individual reader) and the spit hits the fan with personal digs.

lets move on..

I contemplated a tattoo for my 50th in July 2005..it was to be a tattoo that said "TATTOO".. OR the monogramme of the initials "GL" with the G and L intertwined.

BUT - I didn't get one..wimped out..
perhaps Billyboy will accompany me if he's up here in May..bring the Grand Marnier!
(I'll ask Mr. GL where he had his applied)
Hey Billyboy - you can get a first peek of what it is and its location..
lol

HA - gotcha Billyboy!
c ya in May!

IF you folks were so inclined to get a tattoo what would it be? Why? And Where?
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Old 06-28-2007, 03:27 PM   #54
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moderator here.. ;0

my goodness..a little insight (welcome or not by the individual reader) and the spit hits the fan with personal digs.

lets move on..

I contemplated a tattoo for my 50th in July 2005..it was to be a tattoo that said "TATTOO".. OR the monogramme of the initials "GL" with the G and L intertwined.

BUT - I didn't get one..wimped out..
perhaps Billyboy will accompany me if he's up here in May..bring the Grand Marnier!
(I'll ask Mr. GL where he had his applied)
Hey Billyboy - you can get a first peek of what it is and its location..
lol

HA - gotcha Billyboy!
c ya in May!

IF you folks were so inclined to get a tattoo what would it be? Why? And Where?
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Old 06-28-2007, 04:40 PM   #55
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You'll never see me with a tattoo (although I liked the idea of "TATTOO" being the tattoo), unless I was forced to get one at gunpoint. If that were to happen, I would have "KICK ME" written on my back. Why ? Because life's a joke looking to happen.

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Old 06-28-2007, 05:01 PM   #56
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moderator here..IF you folks were so inclined to get a tattoo what would it be? Why? And Where?
And no folks, I'm not billyboy. I have actually gotten four tattoos in my day. Two are covered by the last one, so it looks like I still have two. I have the "Don't Tread On Me" with the snake deal from my USMC roots on my right outer bicep. Then I have the covering black rose on my left forearm. It covers a name and a flower added to the name. Which goes back to the advice for men: if you get a name tattoo it better be your Mom or Daughter because they'll never change, LOL.

My other option was a black panther's head, which covers well but I wanted to soften the old hardcore image a bit so I went for the rose.

Now my wife and I have a deal - if I refrain from any more ink she won't get anymore holes in her ears. Been working now for over 20 years, LOL.

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Old 06-28-2007, 05:14 PM   #57
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Which goes back to the advice for men: if you get a name tattoo it better be your Mom or Daughter because they'll never change, LOL.
Excellent advice, BILLW.
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:49 PM   #58
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You'll never see me with a tattoo (although I liked the idea of "TATTOO" being the tattoo), unless I was forced to get one at gunpoint. If that were to happen, I would have "KICK ME" written on my back. Why ? Because life's a joke looking to happen.
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:49 PM   #59
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You'll never see me with a tattoo (although I liked the idea of "TATTOO" being the tattoo), unless I was forced to get one at gunpoint. If that were to happen, I would have "KICK ME" written on my back. Why ? Because life's a joke looking to happen.
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:52 PM   #60
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Cutest idea I've heard is one of my friends said he'd get a tattoo on his right big toe and it would say, "Place tag here."

I'd get one of either the Southern Cross or Orion's Belt (my dad was a navigator and taught me a love of the stars) on my left back shoulder blade, and if I get it, it's gonna be in Tahiti as a wonderful souvenir. If I put it back there, and it droops with age, it won't look pathetic like a weepy Roadrunner or something!
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Cutest idea I've heard is one of my friends said he'd get a tattoo on his right big toe and it would say, "Place tag here."

I'd get one of either the Southern Cross or Orion's Belt (my dad was a navigator and taught me a love of the stars) on my left back shoulder blade, and if I get it, it's gonna be in Tahiti as a wonderful souvenir. If I put it back there, and it droops with age, it won't look pathetic like a weepy Roadrunner or something!
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:55 PM   #62
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quote:Originally posted by BILLW:
Which goes back to the advice for men: if you get a name tattoo it better be your Mom or Daughter because they'll never change, LOL.
Excellent advice, BILLW. [/QUOTE]
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quote:Originally posted by BILLW:
Which goes back to the advice for men: if you get a name tattoo it better be your Mom or Daughter because they'll never change, LOL.
Excellent advice, BILLW. [/QUOTE]
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Old 06-28-2007, 05:58 PM   #64
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I've heard there's a "bad jou-jou" type feeling" going on in Hollywood that once you have your lover's name tattooed on your body, it's for sure you're gonna break up! Poor Johnny Depp, he had "Winona Forever" tattooed and had to change it to "Wino Forever" when he broke up with Winona Ryder. I think Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie had to have some removed as well, so there might be some truth to it!
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I've heard there's a "bad jou-jou" type feeling" going on in Hollywood that once you have your lover's name tattooed on your body, it's for sure you're gonna break up! Poor Johnny Depp, he had "Winona Forever" tattooed and had to change it to "Wino Forever" when he broke up with Winona Ryder. I think Billy Bob Thornton and Angelina Jolie had to have some removed as well, so there might be some truth to it!
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:02 PM   #66
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I will be glad to escort you Charzo!!! We can sing Gord songs and drink while you the tattoo on ....hmmmm!.
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moderator here.. ;0

my goodness..a little insight (welcome or not by the individual reader) and the spit hits the fan with personal digs.

lets move on..

I contemplated a tattoo for my 50th in July 2005..it was to be a tattoo that said "TATTOO".. OR the monogramme of the initials "GL" with the G and L intertwined.

BUT - I didn't get one..wimped out..
perhaps Billyboy will accompany me if he's up here in May..bring the Grand Marnier!
(I'll ask Mr. GL where he had his applied)
Hey Billyboy - you can get a first peek of what it is and its location..
lol

HA - gotcha Billyboy!
c ya in May!

IF you folks were so inclined to get a tattoo what would it be? Why? And Where?
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:12 PM   #67
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and will you get a matching one Billyboy?

Maybe they'll turn the old Sam's record store into a tattoo parlour..
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:12 PM   #68
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and will you get a matching one Billyboy?

Maybe they'll turn the old Sam's record store into a tattoo parlour..
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Old 06-28-2007, 06:44 PM   #69
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and will you get a matching one Billyboy?

Maybe they'll turn the old Sam's record store into a tattoo parlour..
well........... There are only a few matching spots that would work well .... !! ouch!!!
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Old 06-28-2007, 08:52 PM   #70
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I'd get one of either the Southern Cross or Orion's Belt (my dad was a navigator and taught me a love of the stars) on my left back shoulder blade....
Oh dear Lord I need my eyes checked - I read that as ONION's belt, lol.
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I'd get one of either the Southern Cross or Orion's Belt (my dad was a navigator and taught me a love of the stars) on my left back shoulder blade....
Oh dear Lord I need my eyes checked - I read that as ONION's belt, lol.
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what would it be? Why? And Where?
I don't have any tattoos currently, but if I were to get one, I'd want a snake around my ankle. I know, a lot of people hate snakes and find them scary, but I've always been drawn to them ever since I was a kid. (I used to go look for them in the prairie down the street from my house.) They're mysterious and graceful and have been prominent symbols in mythology for thousands of years.
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[quote]Originally posted by Auburn Annie:
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I read that as ONION's belt, lol.
That would be kinda smelly :D
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Old 06-28-2007, 10:22 PM   #74
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QUOTE]Oh dear Lord I need my eyes checked - I read that as ONION's belt, lol. [/QB][/QUOTE]

and I read it as Ironing Belt..
lol

(I've been doing a lot of house stuff lately but IRONING is NOT one of them..)

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QUOTE]Oh dear Lord I need my eyes checked - I read that as ONION's belt, lol. [/QB][/QUOTE]

and I read it as Ironing Belt..
lol

(I've been doing a lot of house stuff lately but IRONING is NOT one of them..)

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