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Tattoos

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My mate travelled up to Edinburgh for one.

Seemed a bit extreme to me.

It wasn't Roy was it

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Way out I'm afraid

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You can breathe out now :lol:

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You can breathe out now :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Thanks! breathes oooouuuttttttt!!!!!!

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Way out I'm afraid

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I'd have the toaster needs lasering off.

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I'd have the toaster needs lasering off.

:rolleyes:

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You wouldn't decorate your house for it to last a lifetime so why would you do so to your skin. Very odd.

Agree,my son has one and the missus has one on her shoulder,waste of money

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The kind that stretch to within an inch of an "intruder" ???

what??? :huh:

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I second that what???

I get it

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I think they look awful on men and truly disgusting on women. Amy Winehouse looked as if she'd been drawn on by a five year old with felt tip pens.

On a purely practical note, I wonder how many people have missed out on job opportunities because of their 'body art'. Appearance is important in many jobs, and I know of some employers who won't employ people with visible tattoos.

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I'm in the minority in that most of my mates have loads of tattoos but I don't have any. But at least they had them when it wasn't quite as trendy and the only people who had them were seen as 'a bit dodgy' or punks or metallers etc. Nowadays my mum has several and so does my old gran: the ACAB one goes down a storm at the social club

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Don't suppose anyone fancies telling the "Wendy" tattoo joke do they?

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I'm affraid I'm old school on tatoos, just the way I was brought up I suppose. Don't really have an opinion one way or another about tatoos on men, but they make women look, well, cheap. Having said that, I have met some absolutely charming women who have tatoos, so shows what I know, so it must be about a first impressions/perception kind of thing. But I still don't know how why a woman would want to disfigure herself it this way.

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I get it

I thought you said you didn't get it earlier :wacko: ?

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Don't suppose anyone fancies telling the "Wendy" tattoo joke do they?

I'll do the punchline....

"No mahn, it says Welcome to Barbados and have a nice day"

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what??? :huh:

Sorry pathetic attempt at humour. I thought I knew what I was getting at but clearly not - put this down as a learning exercise on my behalf!

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