Everyone that can read Japanese

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by wing » Mon Feb 14, 2005 2:48 pm

cassettefetish wrote:oh my god

shut up, Wing. :shock: (Actually, thanks)

Bruce is the name of my man for the last year and a half, and our relationship is drawing to a close as we speak. Too bad he doesn't know yet.

AND I almost would have had his damn name tattooed on me forever!!

Wow.

Life is such an ironic bitch mistress.
I didn't ruin this for you, did I? I'm greatly sorry if I have. I guess though that it's better to be certain of it than be stuck with something that isn't really what you intend.

I didn't know you were a lady.

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by Mr. Dipity » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:11 pm

cassettefetish wrote:Hitoko (Mrs. Warn Defever) designed this little tattoo for me... I just want to make sure that it says what i think it says before I have it etched over my spinal column.
It says (roughly paraphrasing):

Ring!Ring! Hello?
What up whore? Hey bitch!
Can you fucking believe it?

And then, in italics:

Your dad snorting coke off my pussy while I'm on the phone with you.

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by Mr. Dipity » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:18 pm

wing wrote:
Scodiddly wrote:Oh, and Japanese people won't be impressed, either - to them, tattoos are closely related to organized crime, and at best would still make you look dirty (in the "not clean" sense).
Actually, that's typically the older generation of Japanese. It's becoming very common and popular in the youth generation for the same cool factor it has in America and elsewhere. It's gaining acceptance, and Japanese youth think nothing of it.
Personally, I think that having something tattoo on me in any language I didn't speak would seem rather pointless. Few words have the same meaning across languages, and if I don't know what it means, how can I identify with it enough to have it scrawled across my backside? Each to their one, of course.

Of course the whole 'words in another language thing goes both ways - Case in point..

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by cassettefetish » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:42 pm


I didn't ruin this for you, did I? I'm greatly sorry if I have. I guess though that it's better to be certain of it than be stuck with something that isn't really what you intend.

I didn't know you were a lady.
Dear God no!! You saved my poor skin.

And I didn't know I was a lady either... but thanks for letting me know about that, too!! :P

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by JohnDavisNYC » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:45 pm

poor assumption a person that is with a man is always a woman. go texas.... j/k wing...

i knew otherwise from the 'wang dimension' thread too.....

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by wing » Mon Feb 14, 2005 5:10 pm

cassettefetish wrote:

I didn't ruin this for you, did I? I'm greatly sorry if I have. I guess though that it's better to be certain of it than be stuck with something that isn't really what you intend.

I didn't know you were a lady.
Dear God no!! You saved my poor skin.

And I didn't know I was a lady either... but thanks for letting me know about that, too!! :P
I'm sorry! I feel so rude.

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Re: Everyone that can read Japanese

Post by Mr. Dipity » Mon Feb 14, 2005 6:26 pm

My room mate is wearing quite the shiner that he received in a gay bar this weekend. Apparently someone didn't take kindly to his suggestion that he keep his hands to himself and quit harrassing my roomie's friends, and blindsided him.

I've been going around the house ever since, saying, in a Texan accent:

"One way or n'other bhoy, yer goin' home with me."

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