There’s something deeply fascinating to us about absurdly, purposelessly expensive items. Maybe it’s the questionable novelty of a $6,747 cell phone or a $13,875 leather jacket or that even if we somehow we won Bingo and came into a boatload of cash, we probably wouldn’t spend it on something like a $924,000 tattoo.
Cool movie inspired tattoos – well, some cool, some not so cool. You decide…
I may be a bit behind the times but I just heard the term “tramp stamp” and frankly found it a bit surprising and offensive. I just read an about.com post that esplains what it means and I find it no less offensive. I hoped such demeaning terms would have become passe’ and that women wearing tattoos had become an acceptable form of personal expression in today’s world. My hopes are in vain, apparently as it appears there is still a small but vocal group of mi·sog·y·nis·tic (defination: hatred of women: a hatred of women, as a sexually defined group)
And his girlfriend said… Source: SAN DIEGO (CNN/XETV) – Joe Wittenberg has been designing tattoos for nine years. So when it came time to ask the woman he loves to marry him, he put the machine to his own skin. “It seemed pretty apt for how me and Rachel are,” he said. It’s one thing […]
Julia Gnuse, the Guinness World Record holder for the most tattooed woman in the world, shows off some of her tattoos at BookExpo America in New York City Wednesday. She originally started getting tattooed to cover up scars from a skin condition