How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Welcome to my life, tattoo
I'm a man now, thanks to you
I expect I'll regret you
But the skin graft man won't get you
You'l be there when I die

My dad beat me 'cause mine said "Mother"
But my mother naturally liked it and beat my brother
'Cause his tattoo was of a lady in the nude
And my mother thought that was extremely rude
- The Who "Tattoo"

Remy has just scored himself a new tattoo. New is perhaps misleading- I do have another tattoo on my wrist, which consists of three parallel lines not quite a half-inch in length. Not exactly much of a tattoo. My new one (pictures will be forthcoming, after it heals up a bit) is a stylized deco-style transistor symbol. It's at the base of my neck, right over one of the vertebrae. Let me point out that designs in which the highest concentrations of lines are directly over a bone are not the brightest thing if you're not into having the sensation of someone flaying your skin open with a knife.

Overall though, it didn't hurt too bad, though it's starting to sting now. I look forward to showing it off when it's healed up a bit.

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