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  • Cool Idea, Poorly Executed – a haiku

    Posted by Dan from Madison on July 12th, 2010 (All posts by )

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    Party chick, nice hair
    Cool tat from afar, alas
    Pretty lame close up

     

    14 Responses to “Cool Idea, Poorly Executed – a haiku”

    1. Robert Schwartz Says:

      Hobson: “Thank you for a memorable afternoon, usually one must go to a bowling alley to meet a woman of your stature.” –http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082031/quotes

    2. Zenpundit Says:

      Some party girls fall under the 20/20 Rule……they look hot for roughly 20 seconds at about 20 feet.

    3. Lexington Green Says:

      pretty girls all know
      boys like bare, blank, clear girl skin
      a tattoo says: tramp

    4. Carl from Chicago Says:

      Lex you’d be sitting by yourself these days

      Have a lot of girls that work for me and many, many have tattoos, even nice ones

      They just don’t put ’em where you can see ’em unless they want you to

      But I am not a fan of this trend

      Great haiku by the way, awesome post

    5. Lexington Green Says:

      Showing my age, I suppose.

      But I can say for sure I dislike the trend, too.

      Kids these days … .

    6. Mitch Says:

      Little kid sees her,
      Says “Mommy, that lady been
      Coloring herself.”

    7. Jonathan Says:

      In ancient times royalty was accompanied by slave girls with fans. Nowadays it’s a couple of your BFFs to help display your tats.

    8. veryretired Says:

      It’s a statement, although I’m not sure what’s being said.

      Hair used to be a statement, music, cars, drugs, clothes, all of it was supposed to mean something about the person.

      Most of it was foolish and superficial, but could be outgrown.

      The current fads of tattooing and piercing are more of the same, but some of them are going to last for a very long, and I will bet embarrassing, amount of time.

    9. Dan from Madison Says:

      Jonathan – actually the friends were good friends. Originally the woman was going to reveal the complete tattoo which I was informed went “all the way down” but the friends talked her out of it. It wasn’t the answer I was looking for anyway.

      Veryretired – every time I see someone with a giant tattoo I wonder what it will look like when they are 70. That is why I don’t have any.

    10. Tatyana Says:

      tattoos don’t gross me out anymore.
      earlobes stretchin do.
      usually it’s the guys.
      make me nauseous.

    11. Joseph Somsel Says:

      Tattoos can be EARNED…. by warriors. Gaudacanal, Chosin, Khe Shan, USMC, NYFD, Khafji, Fallujah, etc.

      On females, delicate, peekaboo ornamentation, to be revealed in private, can be entertaining.

      As for me, I’ve never been that drunk.

    12. Locomotive Breath Says:

      Can’t wait to see that one when the inevitable back fat kicks in.

    13. onparkstreet Says:

      The oldest I’ve ever felt was on an Ann Althouse thread when I wandered into a vigorous discussion of tattoos. I complained that I disliked tattoos due to my experience as a pathology resident rotating through the medical examiner’s office. Autopsies being with an external exam and my main remembrance of that time was counting and labeling tattoos as I began the autopsy.

      They tend not to age well, and you can imagine why I have a sort of negative image.

      That being said, it’s a generational thing. So many younger people have them, they can’t understand why anyone would object. And now you start to see ads for laser removal of old tattoos, etc. Anyway, in the above mentioned thread, one of the younger commenters basically told me to “get over it Grandma,” when I bothered to complain about my experiences with tattoos. I was surprised because usually when I play the “autopsy card,” in a comments section it generally leads to lots of “wow, interesting, please continue.”

      Anyway….

      – Madhu

    14. onparkstreet Says:

      I forgot to add that it was a very funny back and forth in that Althouse thread. Me basically saying, “you know, it’s possible that those things are not going to age well and you will regret it,” versus, “tattoos are beautiful and don’t dump your negative connotations on me.” Too lazy to dig up the thread, but it was instructive.

      – Madhu