Inked Up

I have two tattoos. I have one on my right calf and the other is on the left side of chest. I’m actually considering getting a third tattoo, but I don’t have a set idea or location for it, so it’s pointless to even ponder the possibility of it.

I like the beauty that can come of really well done tattoos – whether they’re complex or simplistic, monotone or vibrant in color, I love a good tattoo. However, because I’m from the Internet age, I love a good tattoo fail, too.

I’ve seen plenty of misspelled tattoos and poor grammar decisions, but I can’t feel any sympathy for these poor scarred people. That, and any reputable tattoo artist/shop would have someone double check their placement and ink outline before they placed the needle to the skin.

My tattoos went through about three channels before I handed it over to my artist, and had something been wrong with any of them someone would’ve corrected it. Or they would’ve let me have something horrific on me until I could afford to have it lasered off. (Although that would be fun because it involves LASERS and lasers are cool, much like bow ties.)

Okay, that’s it. Happy Sunday, happy people.


About ryantpoole

Ryan T Poole is a former broadcast public relations specialist and morning show producer. His time is spent updating this blog, watching and analyzing TV and movies, reading, listening to music, taking care of his pets, and refocusing his energy into more productive outlets. He likes cold coffee, hot tea, long conversations, and obscure references.

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