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roarfire
SILVER Member since Jul 2004

roarfire

comfortably numb
Location: The countryside, Australia

Total posts: 2676
Posted:*deleted*
EDITED_BY: roarfire (1261790781)


.All things are beautiful if we take the time to look.

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the looney bean


member
Location: halifax uk

Total posts: 45
Posted:looks ok . i'm glad it's working . hope your parents take it ok

those who are possessed by nothing possess everything

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roarfire
SILVER Member since Jul 2004

roarfire

comfortably numb
Location: The countryside, Australia

Total posts: 2676
Posted:Thanks. smile

.All things are beautiful if we take the time to look.

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the looney bean


member
Location: halifax uk

Total posts: 45
Posted:have you had any more done yet ?

those who are possessed by nothing possess everything

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VampyricAcid
SILVER Member since Jun 2005

VampyricAcid

veteran
Location: My House, United Kingdom

Total posts: 1286
Posted:aaah the dilemma of hidden tattoos, my parents still dont know about my raven biggrin

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Are You Sniffing My Mitten?

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WoodlandApple
BRONZE Member since Dec 2009

WoodlandApple

addict
Location: Australia

Total posts: 474
Posted:I had 4 tattooes, I had them hidden from my parants until I had an evil dream that I died in a climbing accident, my mum came in to identify the body and she said it wasnt me cause her son didnt have tattoo's. I thought it was crap that I was hiding them so I told them.

I stayed away from home for 2 days before my dad calmed dowm smirk but telling them was the best thing ever. It showed I respected them enough to let them know.

It is now 10 years later and I have 9 tats, my parents know about every one and although they hate them they accept that they are a part of me.

moral of this story- tell your parants the truth. Its not as bad as it seems and it is best in the long run in all honesty.


sticks and stones my break my bones, but ski patrol will save me.

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weejohnnie


stranger


Total posts: 3
Posted:tattoo removal is painful but these days if you do your research you can find some very effective topical anesthetics. extreme care much be taken when using these tho as large coverage on the sign can cuase toxicity and even death in some cases.

but as a rule you can find some great options which is great if your only option is a coverup tattoo that maybe uglier than the original.


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Charlie Fox
PLATINUM Member since Jun 2006

Charlie Fox

Burinating the village like Trogdor
Location: West Auck, NZ, New Zealand

Total posts: 156
Posted:The last two posts are slightly after the fact by 4 years or so, maybe not a lot of help to the original poster wink

One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries.
- A.A. Milne

Don't join dangerous cults: Practice safe sects!
- Anon (I think)

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WoodlandApple
BRONZE Member since Dec 2009

WoodlandApple

addict
Location: Australia

Total posts: 474
Posted:well I know that, but other people might come across this on a google search or something.

all right all right, I cant help but poke my nose into other peoples business. And evan though the thread was from 05, I felt that my opinion had to be stated.

Like Ive said previously. Everyone is entitled to my opinion.


sticks and stones my break my bones, but ski patrol will save me.

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