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February 17, 2010

When Doves Fly T-Shirt

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$24.

February 17, 2010 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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Gotta go with Flautist.

A tattoo on skin (where else?) is like looking at a picture with a private parts somewhere in it!

You try to fight it (any bias you have) at first, than as you realize it's not going to go away, you try to justify it...

if that doesn't work, your mind goes into this "Spin cycle" that you abruptly stop,

without closure, without reasoning, without anything....

until the next picture.

Posted by: Joe Peach | Feb 17, 2010 7:00:18 PM

Wow, talk about a mindset - being longer in the tooth than the average joehead, I'm guessing, I have this deeply embedded, embarrasingly generational view of tattoos: trailer park, ex-con, sailor, etc. I mean, they're EVERYwhere, and it's a whole 'nother head now, but I can't get over it. Anybody else have that? It's just impossible to shift that tat attitude (tattitude?), and I don't know why.

Nice t-shirt, but all I see is ink.

Funny thing is, my father had tattoos all over, which I never viewed pejoratively. I think I thought he was born with them. (He ran off and joined the Navy at 15 to get off the farm and tatted up so he wouldn't look so young, he used to say. Did 4 years there, then joined the Army, so obviously the ink affected his brains adversely.)

Posted by: Flautist | Feb 17, 2010 1:37:13 PM

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