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  • Davii
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    I have five seperate tattoos that make 3 pieces. Both upper arms and across my shoulderblades. I'm getting another one done this afternoon, a coverup on my left arm. Looking forward to it.

    For me the most painful spot was right on top of my spine.

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  • Broncosinindy
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    Originally posted by Jermz79
    Yup I sure would!! But then again I don't figure to be playing golf with some old geezers when I'm 60 either. I'll probably be posted up at the Tat. Studio getting my work touched up and re-colored!




    Jesse is good but I think if not for the untimely death of Indian Larry Jesse would have to take a back seat to the man himself ...





    and yes Jesse does have some really nice work as far as Tat's go, but dang if I had the money he does .... I would have them too. I think the cheapest of his bikes sells for just over a $100,000
    Now see that is a outlaw!! i hate how they made bikes a fad... i dig tattoos. i like chicks that are covered head to foot in tatoos. before i got married to my wife i dated a chick with facial tattoos i dont know what it is but its tough lol

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  • SeeingRed
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    Originally posted by Jermz79

    A lot of people have told me that I will regret having my daughters name in Grafitti so large across my back but they have no clue where I come from or what I represent. I used to paint with a grafitti crew back in Colorado so that style of art has a place in my heart ... and of course the love for my daughter is unconditional so to have her name Tatted like that is very special to me. My wife and I are expecting another child and as soon as I save up some $$$ and of course get a name picked ... I will be adding on! My plan is to have a whole backpiece done in grafitti style with my children's names.

    My family never say's anything to me about my tat's becuase they are tattooed as well.
    We just had a kid last December as well. I want to get his name on me, but I'm not sure where I want it or how I want it.

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  • Jermz79
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    Originally posted by Jermz79
    I like these threads ...

    here is one of mine ....

    my daughters name grafitti style




    and I voted "the body is a temple" thinking, It's my Temple and I shall decorate it how I please
    Originally posted by SeeingRed
    That is wicked awesome. You make a good point with the body being a temple. That's a great way to look at it. Next time one of my crazy old family members gives me crap I'm gonna say "My body is my temple and I'll do what the F*** I want with it!?!?!?!?!"

    Not really. I would never talk to my family like that, but it sounded good in my head.

    Thanks man! That picture is actually horrible and doesn't show any of the detail or super solid colors in the Tat. itself.

    A lot of people have told me that I will regret having my daughters name in Grafitti so large across my back but they have no clue where I come from or what I represent. I used to paint with a grafitti crew back in Colorado so that style of art has a place in my heart ... and of course the love for my daughter is unconditional so to have her name Tatted like that is very special to me. My wife and I are expecting another child and as soon as I save up some $$$ and of course get a name picked ... I will be adding on! My plan is to have a whole backpiece done in grafitti style with my children's names.

    My family never say's anything to me about my tat's becuase they are tattooed as well.

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  • Giveemlove
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    Thanks Cinny!

    I don't have any yet, I will only get one in my lifetime and it's the mother's knot. I had my belly button pierced back in 94 (before it was "the thing to do") I let it close around 96 when every girl in American got it done. back then, the girl came in the room with a fish hook. Damn, now I feel old!

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  • SeeingRed
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    Originally posted by KCLadyFan
    Jesse James is the man. If I had to pick an idol, he would be one. I only wish I had half of the creativity and skill that guy has with metal.

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  • SeeingRed
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    Originally posted by Jermz79
    I like these threads ...

    here is one of mine ....

    my daughters name grafitti style




    and I voted "the body is a temple" thinking, It's my Temple and I shall decorate it how I please

    That is wicked awesome. You make a good point with the body being a temple. That's a great way to look at it. Next time one of my crazy old family members gives me crap I'm gonna say "My body is my temple and I'll do what the F*** I want with it!?!?!?!?!"

    Not really. I would never talk to my family like that, but it sounded good in my head.

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  • Jermz79
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    Originally posted by Gyro
    I don't have a problem with anyone who gets one, but I would never get one myself. Sure, it may be a cool thing to do when you're a young person who wants to take a ride on the wild side, but when you're 60 years old and playing golf with some old geezers, you wouldn't really want a badass tatoo on your arm. Would you?

    Yup I sure would!! But then again I don't figure to be playing golf with some old geezers when I'm 60 either. I'll probably be posted up at the Tat. Studio getting my work touched up and re-colored!


    Originally posted by KCLadyFan
    whatever.......he is hot and sexy and wealthy!!!
    I don't care what his tatoos look like...
    Also he is one of the best bike builders around
    doing it the old school way!
    Jesse is good but I think if not for the untimely death of Indian Larry Jesse would have to take a back seat to the man himself ...





    and yes Jesse does have some really nice work as far as Tat's go, but dang if I had the money he does .... I would have them too. I think the cheapest of his bikes sells for just over a $100,000

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  • KCLadyFan
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    Originally posted by Broncosinindy
    jesse is lame.. bad boys are not supposed to have good tattoos.. that would be like the president showing up to work in speedos.. but that is JMO
    whatever.......he is hot and sexy and wealthy!!!
    I don't care what his tatoos look like...
    Also he is one of the best bike builders around
    doing it the old school way!

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  • Broncosinindy
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    Originally posted by KCLadyFan
    jesse is lame.. bad boys are not supposed to have good tattoos.. that would be like the president showing up to work in speedos.. but that is JMO

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  • 16milehigh87
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    The Rev has 7 tattoos. So it does not matter to me.

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  • KCLadyFan
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    this guy makes tatoos look hot and sexy

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  • Broncosinindy
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    I dont really care what people think about my tattoos. i like em all most of them need to be redone. but eh oh well i have something like 25 tattoos. and i am gonna get my dome done next i aggree peircings is for chicks....

    this is a cover up in the process i had done about a year ago. when i get back to denver i am gonna get the rest of my arm done
    here is the finnished project.
    Last edited by Broncosinindy; 05-07-2007, 04:23 PM.

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  • Gyro
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    I don't have a problem with anyone who gets one, but I would never get one myself. Sure, it may be a cool thing to do when you're a young person who wants to take a ride on the wild side, but when you're 60 years old and playing golf with some old geezers, you wouldn't really want a badass tatoo on your arm. Would you?

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  • str8jacket
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    Getting one here soon.....

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