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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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 Post subject: Re: Sex-positive or debilitating self-esteem issues?
PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:01 pm 
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Spooky wrote:
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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.


I think it had more to do with how you heal (and the skill of the tattoo artist). For most of the people I know with lip tattoos, the ink is really prone to falling out while healing, but once the skin heals, it doesn't fade much more than a sun-exposed tattoo would, it not less. My T fell out twice within a week of getting it done, so now I get to explain to every new dentist what CUN stands for.

ETA: I tried to have it touched up a few weeks later, not that it fell out twice somehow after one sitting. And, for the record, it's almost 7 years old.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:25 pm 
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Gross. Not the tattoo placement, just the words.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:44 pm 
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I would bet it is real. I have seen much worse but good subject for a quiz for sure!

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 7:53 pm 
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mel c wrote:
Spooky wrote:
graffitipassion wrote:

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.


I think it had more to do with how you heal (and the skill of the tattoo artist). For most of the people I know with lip tattoos, the ink is really prone to falling out while healing, but once the skin heals, it doesn't fade much more than a sun-exposed tattoo would, it not less. My T fell out twice within a week of getting it done, so now I get to explain to every new dentist what CUN stands for.

ETA: I tried to have it touched up a few weeks later, not that it fell out twice somehow after one sitting. And, for the record, it's almost 7 years old.

What's a T-cun?

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:50 pm 
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There is nothing positive about referring to yourself as a dumpster for baby batter. Nothing at all.


...Nothing at all.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 8:55 pm 
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IsaChandra wrote:
mel c wrote:

I think it had more to do with how you heal (and the skill of the tattoo artist). For most of the people I know with lip tattoos, the ink is really prone to falling out while healing, but once the skin heals, it doesn't fade much more than a sun-exposed tattoo would, it not less. My T fell out twice within a week of getting it done, so now I get to explain to every new dentist what CUN stands for.

ETA: I tried to have it touched up a few weeks later, not that it fell out twice somehow after one sitting. And, for the record, it's almost 7 years old.

What's a T-cun?


Google is your friend:

http://weather.gladstonefamily.net/site/TCUN

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:00 pm 
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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.


This made me laugh. But yeah, I find the tattoo kind of appalling...and not just because I can't imagine how painful getting your inner lip tattooed would be.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:19 pm 
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My guess is it's real and I vote -1 yummy.
I do think inside the lip tattoos can be pretty cool though..


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:21 pm 
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There is nothing positive about referring to yourself as a dumpster for baby batter. Nothing at all.

...Nothing at all.

You all really think it's that bad? I think it's really hot when gay guys do it in porn...

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:19 am 
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mel c wrote:
I think it had more to do with how you heal (and the skill of the tattoo artist). For most of the people I know with lip tattoos, the ink is really prone to falling out while healing, but once the skin heals, it doesn't fade much more than a sun-exposed tattoo would, it not less. My T fell out twice within a week of getting it done, so now I get to explain to every new dentist what CUN stands for.

ETA: I tried to have it touched up a few weeks later, not that it fell out twice somehow after one sitting. And, for the record, it's almost 7 years old.


now that is hilarious.

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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.


Amazing.

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


Yep. It definitely looks real.

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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.


It depends how well it's done, and on the tattooee's body. Different people get different amounts of drop-out on stretchy/sensitive areas. The sides or palms of the hand, soles of the feet and the mouth are notoriously droppy-out areas. However, I know plenty of people with tattoos in those places and who have little or no drop-out. Some of the people I know with inner lip tattoos have had them for 10+ years and they still look fine.

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That's got to be one of the most painful places to get tattooed. I'm with Morgyn. (Hey, Morgyn, are you the Morgyn from the old boards from australia who works as a nanny?)

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That's got to be one of the most painful places to get tattooed.


Not that bad, apparently.

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That's really good script for a lip tattoo. Most of the ones that I've seen look like they were scribbled by a 5 year old.


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