Tuesday, January 20, 2009

One Peeps Man



Do you like tattoos? I had dinner with my daughter, her boyfriend, and Casey at our favorite place, Claim Jumpers, tonight. Teddy Bear (my nickname for my daughter) was asking us where she thought she should get her next tattoo. I told her on Mars. She has a rose tattoo behind her ear. It is a pretty tattoo but I really like that you don't see it if you are looking at her. Her boyfriend does not want her to get a tattoo at all. Yeah, Killdozer!

We were teasing her about how one day she would be an old lady and have saggy baggy skin and her tattoos would not look so good then. It is one thing to have a tramp stamp when your butt is cute and tight or your boobs are still perky, but what happens when your butt has spread, and guess what, so does your tattoo! That cute dragonfly or butterfly might look a little scary, more like a vulture. And what happens if you get a tattoo on your chest someplace? You know, the older I get, the more I understand physics and the theory of gravity. What goes up must come down. I heard a lady say her breasts were now 36 long.

Killdozer said if she got a tattoo he would get a tattoo on his face. In the picture above, Kat Von D has the cute little stars on her face. He said for every tattoo Teddy Bear gets he would tattoo a Peeps on his face just like Kat Von D's. You know, the Peeps that you get at Easter. I wonder if he would do them in all the cute peeps colors--yellow, pink, purple? This from a guy who does not like tattoos, does not have any tattoos and does not want Teddy Bear to get any at all. He likes her just the way she is. Did I say how much I like him?

9 comments:

Red Writer said...

I don't understand the mind set that body art is beautiful. I'm sure Kelly's rose looks nice now but what happens when she is no longer young and her skin is sagging. I vote for Kelly not getting another one.

Happy Hour...Somewhere said...

See, that is what we told her, too~! I do think some tattoos are beautiful, just not on my kid. It must be nice to 19. Sigh.

Casey said...

No more ink!! This is a request from Kelly's second mom.

Karen Carter said...

I agree no ink...When we were in Vegas Steve after seeing so many young people with sleeves and tons of tattoos said "there sure is going to be a lot of ugly senior citizins in about 40 years" A little one maybe big one NO She is soooo pretty already. Kisses Karen~

Jeanne said...

I am not adversed to tats on other people but they're definitely not for me. Seems like once you get one there's no end in sight. And do you notice lots of women get them in their forties? Could it be kind of like our way of dealing with middle age? Get a tramp stamp and you'll feel younger, sexier? Hmmm...interesting.

Jeanne said...

Side note - Kat - I see that you want to see the movie Return To Me. SEE IT!! I loved that movie. Take lots of tissue, because you WILL cry. I saw it multiple times when it first came to the discount theater. Very touching and funny. Let me know how you like it!

Happy Hour...Somewhere said...

Hey, I resemble that remark~! HAHAHA. I told Kelly I would get a tattoo if I got to my goal weight. I have until June 1st to do it. I was doing well until the diet doctor kicked me off the phentermine. Doctors can be such a pain in the butt. JK. You will not be able to see my tattoo if I get one though~! It seems like a small price to pay for reaching my goal.

Everyone loves that movie, so I am hoping to get paid here soon and go to Walmart and see if they have it. And go see Gran Torino~! Fabulous movie.

Jeanne said...

Haha - I just threw the idea out there, didn't say it was so!! But seriously, I do have a friend who did this very thing and, um, well - it's not pretty. But Kat, I know you have taste so I'm sure yours will turn out great!

Why'd he kick you off phentermine? Heart stuff? I'm trying to work my way to walking lots since I have a zillion free hours right now. BTW, don't start new job until March 12. 6 weeks, whoohoo!!!

Happy Hour...Somewhere said...

Naw. My pulse was always high when I went there and they wanted me to get a thyroid test. Well, going to the doctor seems to be like the story "When You Give a Mouse a Cookie"~!

My deductible is $5000.00, so I pay for everything and you know if I go and they find something, they will want to raise my premium even if they will not be paying for it~! They suck. I am seriously thinking of going and not ever giving that information to the insurance company, even if they find out I need thyroid replacement or hormone replacement, or whatever. I have to pay for everything up front myself, so they really do not need to know until it becomes a huge problem, in which case I will happily let them pay.

Enjoy your time off you lucky brat. I expect more blogging from you though. The Sam's Club and Mensa blog was hilarious!