Good Grief?
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Posted by Chad (+1758) 13 years ago
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3707) 13 years ago
Anybody still think tattoos are an act of rebellion? Me either .
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Posted by Hal Neumann (+10040) 13 years ago
Just how good is grief anyway? For that matter, exactly how holy is moley? Does it have anything to so with an okey-dokey? And who is this Great Scott people talk about? Is he near by George?
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Posted by Crash (+128) 13 years ago
Aunt Elizabeth has got 'em, too.

http://www.tattooarchive....zabeth.htm

As much as I would like to, I won't reference my tattooed grandma's website here because the webmaster would boot me off of here for sure.

Can't take Gramma anywhere these days.

[This message has been edited by Crash (edited 9/12/2008).]
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Posted by Frank Hardy (+1659) 13 years ago
Huh?

Tattoo was never rebellious. He shouted "the plane, the plane!" on cue, each and every time.

Cheers!
FH
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17731) 13 years ago
Frank.....dude.....you rock!

You are my favorite mc.com poster!
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Posted by GVC (+510) 13 years ago
So the question becomes: Did Tattoo have any tattoos?

[This message has been edited by GVC (edited 9/12/2008).]
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Posted by GVC (+510) 13 years ago
I once read a rap sheet for a guy that had a tattoo which said "Cockroach". We were never sure if it was a picture of a cockroach or the word. You'll never guess where it was.

GVC's wife

[This message has been edited by GVC (edited 9/12/2008).]
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1887) 13 years ago
Is there anything more sexy than an ankle tattoo on a really fat lady shopping in Wal-Mart? Especially if she's trailed by about six kids with mullets.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2738) 13 years ago
OH yeah - especially when said gargantuan (of either male or female variety) is wearing lycra sweat pants. Here's a clue: It's called Spandex. Not Expandex. Words to live by: If you aren't athletic, don't wear athletic wear.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+15082) 13 years ago
In the words of Jimmy Buffet: "a permanent reminder of a temporary feeling".
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Posted by GVC (+510) 13 years ago
I love tattoos. They are a great police assist in identifying wanted criminals. Especially if the tattoos are on the face or neck. Very difficult to cover up.

GVC's wife

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Posted by Chad (+1758) 13 years ago
Rush right out and get one today!

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Posted by Hal Neumann (+10040) 13 years ago
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Posted by Slosh (+696) 13 years ago
I have six tattoos, all are hidden when I wear a t-shirt. Back in the day (which is a Wednesday by the way) I used to shave my head regularly. For about 30 seconds, I considered getting baseball laces tattooed on my head. I am really glad that 30 seconds passed without me doing something stupid. That guy looks ridiculous.
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Posted by Steve Craddock (+2738) 13 years ago
but I'll bet he's real popular with the checkers and chess set!
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Posted by Bob Netherton (+1887) 13 years ago
"......how it got here I haven't a clue. Wastin' away again in...."
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Posted by GVC (+510) 13 years ago
Fantastic!

GVC's wife
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