hey don't be a chicken...go and get you a real one...its not that bad...you can resist the pain and i bet you be lucky if the tattoo is fisnish...but
i must say my tattoos ain't hurt..ok the one on my thigh hurts bad...but after 5 hours resist pain i was proud of it...chakaaaaaaaaaaaaa you can make
i have two lines of text on my shoulder, and i am the biggest wuss and while it hurt, the only time i was cringing was when they went up on the first
line cause it was on the edge of the shoulder bone. you should be fine i would assume childbirth is a thousand times worse.
It's funny I've forgotten about my post here... and I've just found it -when my interest for tattoos have kind of declined. It's weird, I've
always been a huge fan.
But you know that once a tatttoo's lover, for ever an ink's addict. LOL
So, this was my 1st - I got it when I was 15 or 16.
Can't remember exactly.
Originally posted by jd140
Its my version of a yin yang. The contrast between the two still amazes me. Hell is black and gray with the usual hell stuff and Heaven is colorful
That's really interesting. I've got a snake tattooed round my left upper arm, with its head facing inwards towards my torso. On my right arm I've
got a snake skeleton, also facing inwards so that they are 'looking' at each other.
I see them in a similar way as you think of yours as yin and yang. They are opposites (but complementary) and I am the 'balance' in the middle.
The snake has its mouth open exposing a long tongue and looks as if it is winning the 'battle' - but I know that in the end the skeleton will win.
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