9. Get an Anchor Tattoo

2004_12_tattoos3Hmm, what to choose?  A tribal design?  Asian characters?  An arm-band?  Yaaarrrr.  Anchor tattoos are cool, especially if you’re like my grandfather when he was a kid and you gave one to yourself using a bottle of ink and a safety pin.  Popeye chic.

This little nautical design is awesome because it is the exact opposite to the very worst tattoo that I have ever seen in my life:  the Tasmanian Devil wearing a Calgary Flames jersey.

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7 Responses to “9. Get an Anchor Tattoo”

  1. Master aznat, sir Says:

    A friend of mine wanted to tattoo a message in Spanish (she’s nuts about Spanish/Mexicans!) just under her clavicle for everyone to see. She thinks that’s cool, but I think that’s a little too… “up-front”.

  2. I’m getting an anchor tattoed on both of my shoulderblades. I’ve been sticking with the nautical theme. I think people with nautical tattooes are the ultimate defenition of cool LIKEOMG.

  3. out of style…

  4. I was loving this blog until your dissed the Calgary Flames. I may live in Vancouver now, but I grew up in Alberta and will always be a flames fan.

    Seriously though, I love your blog.

    • Hahaha, it’s not so much a dis of the Calgary Flames as it is a dis of Looney toons tattoos.

      Since we’re on the topic, though, God I hate the Flames! Have you ever tried to watch a Canucks vs Flames game at a bar in Calgary? Insufferable!

      Incidentally, “Sticking with your team, even though they’re Hate-Worthy” should be on the cool list.

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