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Sex-positive or debilitating self-esteem issues?
Sex-positive 6%  6%  [ 7 ]
Debilitating self-esteem issues 25%  25%  [ 29 ]
+1 yummy 6%  6%  [ 7 ]
-1 yummy 18%  18%  [ 21 ]
Gross 29%  29%  [ 34 ]
I wonder what's on TV 17%  17%  [ 20 ]
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 12:41 pm 
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I know a girl who has "love this" tattooed on her inner lip. Similar vibe but more subtle.

My bezzie mate has "THRASH"

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-1 yummy.


My thoughts exactly.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:22 pm 
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I am curious as to how she is going to explain this to her grandchildren.


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I'm always interrogating my grandma about her custard Dumpster inner lip tattoo.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:25 pm 
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I don't think it's sex-positive OR indicative of self-esteem issues. I just think it's really gross. Whatever makes her happy, I guess!

If I remember correctly, tattoos inside the mouth don't last long...thank goodness.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:26 pm 
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It's probably not real.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 2:46 pm 
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Why would her grandchildren be looking at her inner lip?

I don't really think it's any of the above. I'm going with stupid dare, drunken joke, etc.


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thisheregiraffe wrote:
Rach*n wrote:
-1 yummy.


My thoughts exactly.


+1 to -1 yummy. yeah.


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Just... unfortunate.

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LebaLu wrote:
I am curious as to how she is going to explain this to her grandchildren.


If the custard dumpster is her mouth, there may not be grandchildren.

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I think it's funny! Am I a bad person?

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IsaChandra wrote:
It's probably not real.

Yeah, you can get those temporary "custard dumpster" tattoos in pretty much any box of sugary cereal these days.
ETA: the filter made me snort out loud!

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I think it's probably one of those 'everyone will think I'm so clever and edgy!' things. So... for attention? Which I guess is a self-esteem thing.

My friend has 'I heart cats' tattooed on his lip. He's allergic to cats.

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There is nothing positive about referring to yourself as a dumpster for baby batter. Nothing at all.

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I thought it said "Gum Dumpster" at first, and I was trying to figure out what her Gums were dumping on her lip(like does she chew tobbaco?..) but then I got it..

Gross.

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choirqueer wrote:
LebaLu wrote:
I am curious as to how she is going to explain this to her grandchildren.


If the custard dumpster is her mouth, there may not be grandchildren.


Touche!

Mmmmm. Bird's Mouth Custard

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So you guys all think this is real then? Is that what we're dealing with?

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I do not think it is real. But I still don't yummy it.


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If it is real it requires maintenance. Inner lip tattoos fade super quick because of the acid/chemicals/moisture (and, ahem, other things) in the mouth. I had a friend who got one and his faded to nothing in a matter of months.

Hopefully this is on the way out by now. I voted gross.

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Spooky wrote:
If it is real it requires maintenance. Inner lip tattoos fade super quick because of the acid/chemicals/moisture (and, ahem, other things) in the mouth. I had a friend who got one and his faded to nothing in a matter of months.

Hopefully this is on the way out by now. I voted gross.


My boyfriend has had "notorious" on his inner lip for about 8 years now. It's not going anywhere. Maybe he had a good tattoo artist? I hope this girl is joking because that is the worst choice for a tattoo I've seen in a while.


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Tofulish wrote:
choirqueer wrote:
LebaLu wrote:
I am curious as to how she is going to explain this to her grandchildren.


If the custard dumpster is her mouth, there may not be grandchildren.


Touche!

Mmmmm. Bird's Mouth Custard


Quite.

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graffitipassion wrote:
Spooky wrote:
If it is real it requires maintenance. Inner lip tattoos fade super quick because of the acid/chemicals/moisture (and, ahem, other things) in the mouth. I had a friend who got one and his faded to nothing in a matter of months.

Hopefully this is on the way out by now. I voted gross.


My boyfriend has had "notorious" on his inner lip for about 8 years now. It's not going anywhere. Maybe he had a good tattoo artist? I hope this girl is joking because that is the worst choice for a tattoo I've seen in a while.


Wow, maybe. Or maybe it has to do with the type of ink? Or the pH of one's secretions? That's interesting.

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I am much more freaked out by the idea of ANY tattoo on the inner lip than by what it actually says. I had no idea you could do that! Ow!!

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