My Next Tattoo

I think it’s time I got a third tattoo. Having only two, I feel… unbalanced. Like I need to complete a scalene triangle design aesthetic.

So this is what I’m thinking:

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Having this image centered between my shoulder blades, just below t-shirt line at the base of my neck.

It’s an Arabic calligraphy “bismillah” in a more flowery “Kufic” script.

I’ve already looked into local tattoo artists in the area for potential ink-masters, and I’ve found 3 potentials. It’s now just a matter of setting up appointments and pulling the trigger.

Any thoughts?

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About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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24 Responses to My Next Tattoo

  1. Partick says:

    I think you should include a bluebird behind the calligraphy. Or at least a box full of ’em.

      • Mark, nee fuzz says:

        Me thinks Patrick has been into the bath salts.

      • Partick says:

        Perhaps I was a little tangential… I was thinking that it looked like a bird cage, which then made me think it needed a bird, which then made me think of a common phrase around these parts “gayer than a box of birds.” See. It all makes perfect sense.

        Now pass the bath salts.

      • NCK says:

        Hi, cb.
        I couldn’t find any other way to contact you besides here, as a comment on your blog.
        I think I’ve tried to contact you before with no success, in reference to the picture of my son that you’ve got posted on your old blog under the heading of “I Hate Fugly Babies.”
        I’m asking again that you remove my son’s photo from your blog. To each his own, even if I think your opinion and the fact that you would insult a child’s appearance in a public forum – and prompt your followers do so as well – is well, simply put, sickening… anyway – the rights to the photo are indeed mine, and it needs to be removed from your site, lickety split.
        Thanks for promoting hatred in America.
        Signed,
        Fugly baby’s mom.

      • cb says:

        To the fugly baby’s mom– even though I’m pretty sure you lost ownership rights to the photo when it was blasted all over the media, I have removed the offensive picture from my blog.

  2. Chip says:

    Way too big. I wouldn’t do it.

  3. Gk says:

    I like it just make sure it means what you want it to mean…unfamiliar with arabic would hate it said pig or something not so nice

  4. Mark, nee fuzz says:

    Don’t wear a tank top to the airport. TSA may think an invasive cavity search is in order. Or at least pick the line with the hunkiest screen if you do.

  5. Gii says:

    Make sure it is high up so back fat doesn’t distort it 😜

  6. Rob says:

    It’s just perfect for you. However it needs to be much bigger.

  7. Nik_TheGreek says:

    What does it mean exactly? Wouldn’t you like a bit more personal ? As in, closer to your heart?

  8. truthspew says:

    I’ve always been one who says you don’t mess with perfection. And I never understood peoples desire for tattoos.

  9. Doug says:

    Not sure why you’d put a religious slogan on your body, unless you’ve neglected to tell us you’ve converted to that religion?

    • cb says:

      Well, considering my other tattoos are (1) a Tibetan Buddhist prayer wheel, and (2) the Gayatri mantra …. I’d say the religious “slogan” thing has already been established.

  10. Dirk says:

    I’m with Truthspew — the whole tattoo thing is beyond my comprehension (and they look AWFUL when a person hits 5 or so…)

  11. Dirk says:

    No, grey chest hair is nice…

  12. I like it. I was thinking it should be done in some sort of stone pattern, and not solid black.

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