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#4474258 - 05/16/19 01:58 AM What would be the mental status of someone to do this  
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To me this is just crazy. Not in the “hey man, that’s crazy” but in the “that is certifiable crazy”.


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I can’t begin to think of why anyone would do that.

Something is seriously wrong with that boy.


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#4474259 - 05/16/19 02:16 AM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: oldgrognard]  
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Well, I guess he is getting his 15 Mb of fame now. He is just taking the "hey everybody look at me" mentality to an extreme. Hope he knows that the circus isn't hiring anymore. Otherwise, I don't see many job interviews going well for him in the future.


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It has to be mental illness. He will likely end up like this guy Zombie Boy


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#4474265 - 05/16/19 02:48 AM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: oldgrognard]  
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Forget the kid, what's wrong with his parents? Seriously...

Between this one and the poor little boy made to be a girl...as much as I hate over regulation, these parents just don't seem "right" to me.

Not by a long shot.


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#4474268 - 05/16/19 03:45 AM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: oldgrognard]  
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I don't even understand why anyone would want a tattoo - but I can't really talk since I smoke cigarettes, which is arguably much more foolish...

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I feel ink on skin is repulsive, Zamzow. Our bodies are meant to be observed in their pure state--not altered with markings and phrases.

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My late wife had tattoos (ironically, it turned out she was allergic to the red ink in the one she got for me so she had to get it cut out). Our son has tattoos, as do most of their friends. I've had the thought cross my mind on occasion, but never long enough to actually do it. But to each his own.

I can't wait until people with tattoos start demanding legislative protection from discrimination.


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It seems like that infamous “tramp stamp” has died off in popularity. I don’t see nearly as many women with one now compared to what I saw about 10 years ago.


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Originally Posted by Zamzow
I don't even understand why anyone would want a tattoo - but I can't really talk since I smoke cigarettes, which is arguably much more foolish...


Yes, but one can stop smoking!

I'm a product of my generation, where getting a tattoo was the realm of sailors, bikers, and other deviants. wink


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Not to mention Biblically it is forbidden:

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Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.


I think historically markings were reserved for savages and pagan rituals.


p.s. apologize for mentioning religious aspect. Man is free to do what they wish with themselves. I simply don't care for the markings myself.

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Hmmm...I guess some of those Christian music stars are going to hell then since they have tattoos. LMAO


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Heheh, Panzer. Christians, like the rest of us, can be hypocrits, too. Most are flawed, same as everyone else.

As for markings being an unforgivable sin, I don't think they are. But willingly persisting in pursuit of them certainly might hurt a personal relationship with one's Lord.


What I find interesting, is in the Church I'll often observe folks "picking and choosing" what they may deem as acceptable in the Bible and what they don't--thus deciding what or what not to follow.

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We're going a bit far afield here, but there are two tracks for observing Christianity:

The first is the "gentile" way, which is 99.99% of everyone that is Christian, that holds the teachings of Jewish Law, without the letter. So wearing clothes of mixed fabrics is in, but adultery is still out of bounds.

The second is to acknowledge and accept Christ as the Son of God, but still uphold and observe Jewish Law. This is a rough row to hoe, as the Bible says that if one binds themselves to it, they're also held accountable for violating it.

The only penalty a Christian will receive for getting a tattoo is refusal by Jewish authorities to be buried in their graveyard.


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I disagree, Dart. I view the act of cutting and painting one's flesh as worshiping an idol. After all, the markings and cuttings are permanent and lasting. Now, I could see how a fellow Christian might turn this around and ink a cross on them or biblical phrases. Once that happens, we enter a slippery area. Are they worshiping the Lord at that point, or are they worshiping their flesh as a canvas and as a way to make a statement.

I don't think any of this will change whether folks decided to ink or not ink. I prefer unaltered canvas, same as I love cheese and dislike salad. Purely a personal opinion and choice. Nobody else has to agree with mine or yours--that's what is great about this world.

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Originally Posted by PanzerMeyer
It seems like that infamous “tramp stamp” has died off in popularity. I don’t see nearly as many women with one now compared to what I saw about 10 years ago.

I'm seeing a lot more sleeves, though.

Tats, like weight, can be a sensitive subject. So many people have them now, and so prominently visible.

As far as tattoos on women, I've figured out a politically correct way of expressing my preferences without hurting anyone's feelings (like it matters...last time I was on the market I was still riding the school bus). smile

I just say I'm attracted to 1980's fitness chicks, which implies a particular size, race, hair (full with natural color, including carpet which matches drapes), pierced ears (but nothing else), and no tattoos. It can also imply a cheery attitude (no feminazi) and overall a conservative personality and look. Leg warmers and high-cut leotards a plus, as is love of 80's Electronic/Pop (for aerobics classes) and Rock power ballads.

Younger folks (usually the ones with the most tats) don't know what an 80's fitness chick is, the others just roll their eyes to my not being progressive and moving on with the times. Bring on the 20 Minute Workout, baby!

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I’ve nothing against tattoos in general, but I will say

I’ve never seen a tattoo that made a girl look prettier.


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Originally Posted by MarkG
Bring on the 20 Minute Workout, baby!


Just loop this for 20 minutes:



Sweat and cardio guaranteed. =)

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#4474369 - 05/16/19 08:26 PM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: oldgrognard]  
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What gets me is how some seemingly straight Millennial chick have adopted the butch lesbian look; boycut, tatted and sleeved out, lots of piercings, big shoulders and arms etc.

I mean, what's the point?

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Originally Posted by Crane Hunter
What gets me is how some seemingly straight Millennial chick have adopted the butch lesbian look; boycut, tatted and sleeved out, lots of piercings, big shoulders and arms etc.

I mean, what's the point?


To give the illusion of dominance. Just a theory.


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A couple years ago one of my nieces was talking about how she was going to get a tattoo when she turned 18. Her mother wasn’t happy and made it known in a very Italian way. So as not to make it 3 adults ganging up on her, I asked why she wanted one. “To express my individuality” or something along those lines. I asked if she realized she was expressing her individuality by doing what “everyone” else was doing, the look on her face told me she hadn't. I then mentioned that tattoos as art is a relatively new concept, previously tattoos marked you as property or a member of an exclusive group. I’ve never understood the attraction, even at the height of my way excessive drinking while in the army I never even came close to getting a tattoo. I can’t think of a single thing I want on my skin for the rest of my life.


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Originally Posted by oldgrognard
I’ve nothing against tattoos in general, but I will say

I’ve never seen a tattoo that made a girl look prettier.



Yep.


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Originally Posted by PanzerMeyer
It seems like that infamous “tramp stamp” has died off in popularity. I don’t see nearly as many women with one now compared to what I saw about 10 years ago.

The title of tramp stamp likely killed it.


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Originally Posted by oldgrognard
I’ve nothing against tattoos in general, but I will say

I’ve never seen a tattoo that made a girl look prettier.

I have seen very pretty girls with tattoos. I would post, but I don't want to break the NSFW rule.
However, I don't believe they will grow old gracefully.


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Originally Posted by Mr_Blastman
Not to mention Biblically it is forbidden:

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Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.


I think historically markings were reserved for savages and pagan rituals.


p.s. apologize for mentioning religious aspect. Man is free to do what they wish with themselves. I simply don't care for the markings myself.

That sounds Old Testament.


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Originally Posted by WangoTango
Originally Posted by oldgrognard
I’ve nothing against tattoos in general, but I will say

I’ve never seen a tattoo that made a girl look prettier.

I have seen very pretty girls with tattoos. I would post, but I don't want to break the NSFW rule.
However, I don't believe they will grow old gracefully.



But a tattoo didn’t make her look any prettier.


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Not prettier, but maybe sexier. IMO anyway.


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Originally Posted by oldgrognard
I’ve nothing against tattoos in general, but I will say

I’ve never seen a tattoo that made a girl look prettier.


Maybe that's the point, a way of not submitting to the oppressive socially constructed beauty standards of the misogynistic patriarchy. Or something...uh...huh huh...huh huh. biggrin

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...hair (full with natural color, including carpet which matches drapes)...

My first wife was a natural blonde (at least I never saw her color it in the seven years we were together), but she had dark brown...uh...carpeting.


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What i find more amazing is this "The dad of one," seriously ? how come these people keep reproducing

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Originally Posted by vonBaur
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...hair (full with natural color, including carpet which matches drapes)...

My first wife was a natural blonde (at least I never saw her color it in the seven years we were together), but she had dark brown...uh...carpeting.



Tbh, that makes it slightly *more* likely she was a natural blonde, especially if a mousy colour - perhaps a platinum blonde is a bit more iffy though. Matching the lighter tones is definitely a possible sign of fakery (or a lot of sun exposure).

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Originally Posted by vonBaur
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...hair (full with natural color, including carpet which matches drapes)...

My first wife was a natural blonde (at least I never saw her color it in the seven years we were together), but she had dark brown...uh...carpeting.


Interesting. reading (also Lieste's comments).

But I was mainly referring to the probability that an 80's babe would actually *have* some carpeting and that all visible hair would be somewhere in the natural spectrum (preferably not purple carpet with hot pink drapes, or whatever crazy colors they're dying their hair these days, including armpit bush). biggrin

Maybe they don't color the downstairs 'fro (if it even exist), but I learned on this very board where they're willing to put bleach so nothing would surprise me. smile

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I wonder what other craziness the guy in the first post story did to himself that isn't mentioned? I bet he's pierced in the most sensitive of locations.

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I see him holding that baby and think, "Some poor kid is going to grow up having to call him 'Dad'."
But who knows? Maybe I'm being unfair, and he's going to be a terrific father. The trouble is, the workings of the type of mind that would need to do this to himself. What other wierd crap is boiling around up there? I can't equate a person who covers his entire body with ink, messes with something as important as his sight, deforms his earlobes, and has his tongue surgically cut in half....with someone who thinks rationally.
I wouldn't want him marrying my daughter.


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The funny thing is that if he doesn't start doodling on his child, chances are it will grow up refusing to get them.


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Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?

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Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?



The doctor should lose his license


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Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by MarkG
Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?


The doctor should lose his license

I agree.


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#4474881 - 05/20/19 08:50 PM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: F4UDash4]  
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Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by MarkG
Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?



The doctor should lose his license


What makes you think that it was done by a licensed physician? There are plenty of piercing shops that will do this.

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#4474894 - 05/20/19 10:59 PM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: cichlidfan]  
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Originally Posted by cichlidfan
Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by MarkG
Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?



The doctor should lose his license


What makes you think that it was done by a licensed physician? There are plenty of piercing shops that will do this.



They are (usually) required to have licences too.


“Government has three primary functions. It should provide for military defense of the nation. It should enforce contracts between individuals. It should protect citizens from crimes against themselves or their property. When government-- in pursuit of good intentions tries to rearrange the economy, legislate morality, or help special interests, the cost comes in inefficiency, lack of motivation, and loss of freedom. Government should be a referee, not an active player.” - Milton Friedman
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Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by cichlidfan
Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by MarkG
Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?



The doctor should lose his license


What makes you think that it was done by a licensed physician? There are plenty of piercing shops that will do this.



They are (usually) required to have licences too.


So do barbers but that doesn't make them doctors.


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#4475266 - 05/23/19 11:28 PM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: cichlidfan]  
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Originally Posted by cichlidfan
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Originally Posted by cichlidfan
Originally Posted by F4UDash4
Originally Posted by MarkG
Wait a minute...this kid started doing this at age 11 and is now 22?! His parents are as insane as he is! Imagine wow much money all that cosmetic work cost (having his belly button cut out and his tongue split in half)! What was the doctor thinking while he was working on this kid?



The doctor should lose his license


What makes you think that it was done by a licensed physician? There are plenty of piercing shops that will do this.



They are (usually) required to have licences too.


So do barbers but that doesn't make them doctors.



Sorry you missed the point, the licenses of the piercing shops that would do this to a kid could also be taken away. And should be.


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#4475273 - 05/24/19 01:26 AM Re: What would be the mental status of someone to do this [Re: oldgrognard]  
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does anybody have a picture of this guy the video would not play for me.. I am sure it is horrid and the mental state is they are probally depressed and think this will make them feel better.. in other words it is what they call in the field self medicating..

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