My tattoo idea. Comments Please!

Joe P

Senior Member
Mister Jimmy Buffet has some light to shed on this topic:
"A tattoo is a permanent reminder of a temporary feeling."


Silver Member
There s nothing wrong with getting a tattoo of anything thats near n dear to your heart. For instance- my last tattoo is of my drumset... I took a picture of my set to my artist, let him add his signature style to it, and now I have my drumset-the one I ve had for over 20 years, spent uncounted hours up-grading, fixing, caring for, playing, and loving like a child....on my skin. When people ask me : "What is that?" I say : "Thats my set, I love it like a son"..... Just make sure that when you re 80 yrs old, you ll still want to look at it. Think hard, and dont be hasty. Good luck!


Senior Member
Dude, don't bother! I just went out and got the one you described (got the idea from your post) and it looks like @#$%! I will be seeing about getting it removed or covered soon.

Just kidding! Seriously, give it some thought first!

Disco Stu

Senior Member
Meh, I don't like this idea so much. I'm not against tattoos. I have one myself. But your idea, as others have mentioned, is a bit too literal, I think. I'd go for something more symbolic that is pleasing to the eye, more so that Rs, Ls, and 4s anyway. I think you might regret this one later.


Senior Member
Anyone here see the SNL skit of the housewives that now regret their lower back tattoos and are using a "cream" that basicly burns off the skin to take it off??? It was a pretty funny skit.


Junior Member
Seriously, am I the only one here who isn't a 50 year old conservative? Tattoos are not a big deal anymore, times have changed.