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post #11 of 273 (permalink) Old 11-04-2010, 12:37 PM
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Always wanted an ink of a barcode when I was in my teens but couldn't afford it, then forgot about it. I'd probably regret it today, lol.

Nice inks all of you.
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I'll be getting two tiny ones next month... one on my wrist and one on my foot.

Cool tattoos so far!!

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Just relized you made one too so I thought I would post here too....

Ok, so here is my first one...very small and stupid but it was my first so I will keep it and hope to put something around it.


Now for the removals, this is on my calf the before picture is over 10 years old and funny enough you can see dog dishes in it that belonged to a German Shepherd I had back then! (it's a picture of a picture so it kinds sucks sorry!)

That one was VERY dark so it's taking a lot to be rid of it,this is after 8 laser sessions...still needs about 6 more

This on is on my back, also taken about 12 years ago and again a picture of a picture.

I hated this one because evetyone thought it was a Harley symbol and I am NOT a biker chick (no offence to those who are!

Here is after just one removal...this one is coming off very fast....hard to take a good pic though!



And that's all for now....pretty lame I know LOL....more to come after the 2 are off though!
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I bet tattoo removal hurt's! Only thing is mine are expensive I have 1,100$ in my right arm >.> but my artist is very good.
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I bet tattoo removal hurt's! Only thing is mine are expensive I have 1,100$ in my right arm >.> but my artist is very good.
Hurts VERY much! for me, I had all mine done at 18 and I'm 32 now so my taste has changed....paying for it now!
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Wow Yeah I had been thinking about my tattoo's for a while before I got them but that doesn't say that I wont want them gone sometime. But right now I love them people are always staring at my tattoo's XD
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I think about each tattoo I want for AT LEAST a year (usually longer). If I don't get tired of it by then, chances are, I won't be tired of it later. Besides, a lot of it has to do with your outlook. My tattoos represent something to me, how I was feeling at that time, and even if I don't feel like that later (and I often HOPE that I won't), it's still a part of my past. It's a stepping stone on the path to being the person that I will someday become, and I can't erase that.

Besides, my tattoos are cathartic to me. It helps me to express the things that I feel, and by expressing them so permanently, it helps me not to dwell on them as much, if that makes sense? It helps me to finally begin to move forward. It's sorta like saying, "Yes, I feel like this, this is a big part of me, there it is, now let's discuss something else," sort of thing, haha.

I know it's cheesy, but this really sums out how I feel, and I say it every time I talk about my tats:

My tattoos take what is ugly inside of me, and make it beautiful on the outside.

My favorite part of my body or appearance is my tattoos.

"If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went." -Will Rogers

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I posted these in the other thread and just realized it wasn't the official one :P









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****, I had accidentally uploaded two copies of each picture to picturetrail, so i deleted one of each copy... and now some of my photos don't come up in my first post. And I'M the one who complained about when you can't see pics! Haha. Oops! Here they are:





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I think about each tattoo I want for AT LEAST a year (usually longer). If I don't get tired of it by then, chances are, I won't be tired of it later. Besides, a lot of it has to do with your outlook. My tattoos represent something to me, how I was feeling at that time, and even if I don't feel like that later (and I often HOPE that I won't), it's still a part of my past. It's a stepping stone on the path to being the person that I will someday become, and I can't erase that.

Besides, my tattoos are cathartic to me. It helps me to express the things that I feel, and by expressing them so permanently, it helps me not to dwell on them as much, if that makes sense? It helps me to finally begin to move forward. It's sorta like saying, "Yes, I feel like this, this is a big part of me, there it is, now let's discuss something else," sort of thing, haha.

I know it's cheesy, but this really sums out how I feel, and I say it every time I talk about my tats:



My tattoos take what is ugly inside of me, and make it beautiful on the outside.

My favorite part of my body or appearance is my tattoos.
I totally understand what you are saying and I think you have some of the most beautiful tattoos I've ever seen! Unfortunately, I didn't think that far ahead when I was 17! Wish I had!
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