Originally posted by spfI'm not offended. It just seems like the perfect example of a tattoo that at some point in your life you will look at and go "WTF was I thinking when I got this?"
I wanted a tattoo, but kept holding back due to fear of saying "WTF was I thinking when I got this" about it. So I got a tattoo that I know I won't want to make any others easier to get. Sort of an excersize in overcoming fear.
That and sarcasm, while stinging at first, and always there, is only skin deep.
I've thought about getting the Kanji for "shoulder" on my shoulder. That comes from watching too much Marx Brothers and Abbot and Costello.
(edited by Lexus on 28.3.06 1332) Hold nothing sacred and you'll never be dissapointed. Especially not this statement.
Ha! Wouldn't that be nice...to get one's money back after seeing a really bad movie. It's improbable it'll ever happen, though it's actually brilliant. Should people get their money back after seeing a garbage movie? I actually would have to say YES...