Tits & Tats  

VisualViolet 60F
30 posts
2/8/2006 11:15 pm

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Tits & Tats


I was called judgemental and narrow-minded by a woman in her mid-50s (that's her age, and perhaps her IQ) who starting talking about how cool tats are.

She waxed ecstatic as she described the "body suit" of the tattoo artist who did her and her husband's tats.

I once saw a young man who had a continuous spider's web tattooed on his whole body that could be seen (he was wearing shorts, no shirt) and was sickened with sadness. I wondered what will happen to him if he ever regrets what he did.

IMO, tats, particularly extensive tats, are an act of aggression against one's own flesh and a sign that one harbors abysmal self-anger, if not self-hatred.

I think that anyone who has extensive tats needs psychiatric care, as would anyone who did anything to mutilate himself or herself.

I would say the same for "Prince Alberts" and ampalang.

I don't get driving a rod through one's tongue, nipples and clitoris either.

Have I become a narrow-minded aging lady? Or am I one of a minority of people who still has what used to be called common sense?

rm_cockmerollme 46F
1223 posts
2/9/2006 12:13 am

I don't hate them, but they are just so stupid looking, except on my steady lay's cock(the peircing)

I have no tats, and couldn't see me getting one.
Why?

I don't have $250.00 plus to throw around, and if I have a spare two hours, I'm inking my beav...with love....self-love....

LET'S GO METS!!!


rm_1952Ta2 66M

2/20/2006 6:25 am

<i>"I wondered what will happen to him if he ever regrets what he did."</i>

Having spent 25 adult years in Israel (returned to the US 6/04), and being "extensively tattooed", I can tell you that Israel was probably the most rigorously testing environment in which I've ever been. Everyone asked me "Don't you know it's <i>assur?</i>" or "Don't you regret it?" Well, I don't regret my tats, but in some places/settings, I simply wore a long-sleeved shirt (yes, Winter's "my" season).

I don't care about your being judgemental; but I do wonder at the depth of your emotional investment in this issue. I agree with you about piercings -- they show a lack of committment.

In any case, your profile is interesting, although I doubt that Olmert and Co. will give you any land for the kibbutz. Doesn't mean it couldn't or shouldn't happen, but I wouldn't count on the Rabbinut giving it a <i>hechsher</i> anytime soon.

Col tuv!


VisualViolet 60F
10 posts
2/21/2006 3:18 am

    Quoting rm_1952Ta2:
    <i>"I wondered what will happen to him if he ever regrets what he did."</i>

    Having spent 25 adult years in Israel (returned to the US 6/04), and being "extensively tattooed", I can tell you that Israel was probably the most rigorously testing environment in which I've ever been. Everyone asked me "Don't you know it's <i>assur?</i>" or "Don't you regret it?" Well, I don't regret my tats, but in some places/settings, I simply wore a long-sleeved shirt (yes, Winter's "my" season).

    I don't care about your being judgemental; but I do wonder at the depth of your emotional investment in this issue. I agree with you about piercings -- they show a lack of committment.

    In any case, your profile is interesting, although I doubt that Olmert and Co. will give you any land for the kibbutz. Doesn't mean it couldn't or shouldn't happen, but I wouldn't count on the Rabbinut giving it a <i>hechsher</i> anytime soon.

    Col tuv!
You've got a great attitude! Too bad you left.


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