I did not make this headline up
have you seen Justin Turner's tattoo?
edit: this thread amuses me.
he better live up to the hype...
or it'll end like this
forgive my ignorance but who is the top picture of?
braxton miller, osu qb commit at his announcement
Is he a fan of the Imperial Japanese Navy?
lol...I had the exact same reaction
OSU QB commit
The tattoo isn't as bad.. i mean it's really an ode to or reflection pf his time while at Iowa it seems. Maybe he can pull an LT and get another tattoo... but for wisconsin
Apparently this may only be referring to the boxers.
No big deal. My cousin has tattooed every one of his former wive's names on his body. Pretty soon it's going to be taboo not to have tattoos of one's past inscribed all over their body.
How many are there?
You know this made me think of an amazing bet. Loser of "The Game" has to get the emblem of the other team tattooed somewhere on their body. I am to much of a puss to do it, but has to be a great bet unless you're betting the last two years or si..... I dont want to talk about it.
There has been a lawsuit filed. Not kidding.
My 87 year old father described tatoos as a "permanent rememberance of a temporay emotion". Seemed pretty accurate to me.
Exactly! Temporary emotions may be forgotten... how better to remember them than with something permanent.
this thread was going to be about. But I've been wrong before.
What emotion do they represent? Or GIs who come back from Iraq and lose a friend and get his name tatted on their back?
I don't mean offense, but I'm a young NROTC kid (Navy reserves) and I know a two friends who went to Iraq and only one came back. Thus, the tat.
So, I shall defend all stupid tattoes, and stupid kids because....well, because I'm a dumb kid too!
I got my block M tattoo 2 years ago, and was going to add to it, but wasn't sure...
Should I get "Those Who Stay" written above it, or the full "Those Who Stay Will Be Champions" above and below it?
Get the full phrase otherwise it makes little sense.
I thought the shortened version would be more poetic, and kind of an inside thing. A conversation starter, if you will.
How about "Those who stay" above and "If you know what I mean" below?
Sort of like Lewan's finger mustache? Where are you planning on putting it?
Its on my left lat (back). Not a natural conversation starter, but for all the ladies who may see it ;-)