Cptkrell From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 2549 posts, RR: 14 Reply 19, posted (7 years 4 months 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 3570 times:
Whewww...I'm not much of a "body art" fan. Although I've seen some pretty neat tatoos, I don't think I'm far off in thinking that very personal tatoos such as this (and others that proclaim perpetuity towards a partner, for example) will usually experience a somewhat limited shelf-life for a variety of reasons.
That said, I was very fortunate to able to participate as an artist in female body decorations in my college years. I used a body "gouche" type of formula common at that time in movie makeup. It would last for several days, even after showering/bathing, to decide "like/no like". About 1962 or so, my classmates in the industrial design department concocted a temporary tatoo formula (much like today's kidee "tatoos" you can buy in K-Mart and such), and with this formula, along with the paint, design shaving and such opened up (literally) limitless opportunities. Alas, I didn't carryon and went into the mundane world of designing cars.
BTW, there is a website I'll try to find and post that is chock-full of fabulous 100% naked (airbrushed) female body art that is contested every year in Key West, FL. Some (the art AND the ladies) is pretty fabulous, but, it isn't permanent like a tatoo.
I don't find "discrete" tatoos offensive on women (like a little Harley Davidson logo on the ankle or a dollar sign just above the bikini line), but WTF is Kamila gonna do (forbid) if her prescious little Zuzela (Zuzela?) gets run over by an earthmover or chokes to death on her pacifier? Egads. Regards...jack