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Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 4 Dec 2018, 11:05pm
by phil parker
Syd wrote:How about this blokes?

https://goo.gl/images/VqVXQX

The Shut Up Legs bit is optional :lol:


I have to admit that this is a very clever design and a nice tattoo, but I'm with Mick F on this one, think carefully for the future. However, having said that - if you were adamant to get a tattoo, then one like this on the calf would be the place to go.

Good Luck!

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 17 Dec 2018, 9:48pm
by durhambiker
Why on Earth anyone wants a tattoo is beyond me.

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 17 Dec 2018, 10:14pm
by brynpoeth
durhambiker wrote:Why on Earth anyone wants a tattoo is beyond me.

Me too, absolutely, but it is fascinating, and legal, and normal :wink:

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 18 Dec 2018, 11:24am
by Vorpal
Mine was a divorce gift to myself.

My ex was adamantly against them, and felt they were a sort of 'white trash' thing to do. So it was my rebellion against his prejudice.

20 years later, I still like it.

p.s. If I were to get another it would probably be cycling related.

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 18 Dec 2018, 2:01pm
by phil parker
Vorpal wrote:Mine was a divorce gift to myself.

My ex was adamantly against them, and felt they were a sort of 'white trash' thing to do. So it was my rebellion against his prejudice.

20 years later, I still like it.

p.s. If I were to get another it would probably be cycling related.


Hey, well done - I hope it annoyed him?!

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 18 Dec 2018, 4:43pm
by Bonefishblues
For my 60th I will be getting something piscatorial or piscine.

Sadly nobody will be pisced off by it, which is a shame, since Mrs bfb regards me with mild bemusement already.

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 2 Feb 2019, 2:38pm
by brynpoeth
Is tattooing normal in the educated well-to-do guardian-reading middle and upper-class classes?

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 2 Feb 2019, 3:52pm
by landsurfer
Very upperclass and royal is tattooing ...
My son is a licensed tattoo artist, he tattoos people at their homes ... in between his full time job and dancing ...etc.
So i can have tattoos for free .....

Current count ..0 .... :)

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 2 Feb 2019, 4:00pm
by Marcus Aurelius
A Tatoo is for life, not just for Christmas.

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 2 Feb 2019, 6:30pm
by brynpoeth
landsurfer wrote:Very upperclass and royal is tattooing ...
My son is a licensed tattoo artist, he tattoos people at their homes ... in between his full time job and dancing ...etc.
So i can have tattoos for free .....

Current count ..0 .... :)

There is a first time for everything, so they say
You could get an arse-antler on your behind that you can not see, except by using several mirrors :wink:

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 2 Feb 2019, 7:25pm
by landsurfer
brynpoeth wrote:
landsurfer wrote:Very upperclass and royal is tattooing ...
My son is a licensed tattoo artist, he tattoos people at their homes ... in between his full time job and dancing ...etc.
So i can have tattoos for free .....

Current count ..0 .... :)

There is a first time for everything, so they say
You could get an arse-antler on your behind that you can not see, except by using several mirrors :wink:


My son has suggested Royal Air Force crest.. and my service dates ....
Pretentious ... moi !
Not sure ...

Possible LEJOG ... like the idea of a wheel as the O ...
Doing JOGLE August 2019 so could add it ...

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 3 Feb 2019, 10:57pm
by robing
So I had 2 tattoos done both inspired by my recent Vietnam trip, I have 6 altogther now.
I'm having a LEJOG one doing soon.

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 4 Feb 2019, 9:57am
by [XAP]Bob
Mick F wrote:Chap I knew in the RN was allergic to penicillin and had the fact tattooed on his upper arms.
His name was Stan. Came from Abingdon and we were good mates. Sadly, he was electrocuted late one night working on a fault. Ironic really. :cry:


My first aid trainer at Uni wanted to tattoo 'In case of heart failure push here repeatedly' on his chest...

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 10 Apr 2019, 5:10am
by brynpoeth
I do not like the sunny weather but one good thing about it is that people wear fewer clothes and one may see their tattoos
Is it rude to stare?
Not got one yet :wink:

Re: LEJOG tattoo?

Posted: 15 Apr 2019, 9:48am
by Lance Dopestrong
durhambiker wrote:Why on Earth anyone wants a tattoo is beyond me.



It's a good thing I never asked your permission before getting my 6 tattoos done then.

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