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Old 29-04-2012, 21:26   #61
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I was taught sterile procedure as a medic in the Army, and worked for years in various hospitals etc. I know sterile and safe when I see it. The person who did my tat used new ink, fresh gloves, mask etc...I caught no diseases and ten years later I still love my tat and plan to get more. I especially love tats on woman, the more the better. (as long as they're tasteful) I love tramp stamps! Just sayin.
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Old 29-04-2012, 21:28   #62
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Ive seen them all by now !

My buddy Tony the Tuna (old Alaska fisherman) loves to win bar bets when he's drunk by the use of his single remaining tattooed testicle and an "eight ball in the corner pocket" gag. Yes his nut is tattooed like an 8-ball. It's a pretty disturbing sight I wish I could unsee. His victims usually don't think its funny and that's usually about the point to leave before things get out of hand. Bet you haven't seen that one!
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My buddy Tony the Tuna (old Alaska fisherman) loves to win bar bets when he's drunk by the use of his single remaining tattooed testicle and an "eight ball in the corner pocket" gag. Yes his nut is tattooed like an 8-ball. It's a pretty disturbing sight I wish I could unsee. His victims usually don't think its funny and that's usually about the point to leave before things get out of hand. Bet you haven't seen that one!
If some dude is showing me his tattoed (or non-tattoed) testicle, things are alreadybout of hand...
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Old 29-04-2012, 21:53   #64
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The first Harley was built in 1903 several days later the new owner got a tattoo of a chicken hanging from a crude crossbar on his lower leg. He used to win bar bets by claiming he had a cock hanging 6" below his knee. The oldest biker tat in the world.
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Ahh saw the 8ball in Kodiak yrs ago LOL Its a real site!! and as far as the cock below the knee Ive had one for over 50 yrs LOL so there ya go !!!
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Tat free women wanted. PM me.
ok, I'll take all the rest.
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Ahh saw the 8ball in Kodiak yrs ago LOL Its a real site!! and as far as the cock below the knee Ive had one for over 50 yrs LOL so there ya go !!!
You don't mind if I take your word for it, do you?
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Want a pic ??
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Ahh saw the 8ball in Kodiak yrs ago LOL Its a real site!! and as far as the cock below the knee Ive had one for over 50 yrs LOL so there ya go !!!
The Tuna does get around. I bet half the guys in Dutch have had to endure his little pool table trick at some point. It sure makes HIM laugh. Most guys are smart enough not to get too pissed about it. He's retired here in Seattle now and worse than ever. Some guys never change, he's about as salty as they come!
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Ever hear him tell about the danish skipper and the Aquavite and no house left on da boat ?? LOL now thats a story!!
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When has it become acceptable for some guy (in a bar, yesterday) to ask you if you have any tatoos and where are they? None and sorry, I would not like them on my man either.
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I just don't understand the tattoo/piercing thing. ... Does it enhance your self-image? Inquiring mind wants to know.
I get the part about drunken sailors in whorehouses. BTDT. I did get a keepsake from a whorehouse but it went away.
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Anyone know of a good place/artist here?
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Re: Nautical Tattoo Thread

I'm reminded of the lyrics to an ol' Jimmy Buffet song whenever I happen to unwittenly set my gaze upon yet another unsightly tattoo...

"A Tattoo is a Permanent Reminder of a Temporary Feeling".

And few things are more annoying than having someone boasting of a new tattoo and of somehow expecting accolades to be lavished upon them.

No thanks and I do believe that I'll happily remain a "blank"... no piercings and no tattoos and yes... I do need to go sailing.
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