Home - by Cardigan - February 10, 2013 - 23:00 America/New_York - 19 Comments
h/t Ohio Dan
February 10th, 2013
Ya know these are all mug shots. They are still locked up. The black guy was a gang banger that killed several people if memory serves.
If you have to have “genius” tattooed on your forehead, you aren’t.
If people come in to my office looking for work and they have visible tattoos I don’t give them an application.I do tell them that I have a policy of no visible tattoos. Most of them cop an attitude like I’m the one with the problem. It just proves my point that I didn’t want to hire them in the first place for other reasons as well.
One I saw a woman who had a giant eagle tattooed to her neck, the wingspan wrapping around towards the back of the neck. It was the kind of thing you want to stare at, but more akin to something unbelievable, like a horrible train wreck.
Why do these people make themselves unemployable and then complain about how everyone else has a pole up their arse when they decline to hire the walking ink pad? It’s similar to the people who mimic tribal affectations such as making a hole in their earlobe that progressively gets bigger. Their attitude simply betrays that they think the rest of the world needs to fall in line with the way they think, instead of them making at least some token effort to keep their idiocy at home and play where it belongs, not at work.
OK, rant over.
You forgot foodstamps, contraceptives, and the new “healthy housing” Obama is touting.
Oh, and OBAMAPHONE!
Boobie the Rocket Dog
Damn! Nick Cage has sure let himself go.
Hey, I got a bump on IOWNTHEWORLD. Hazzah!
February 11th, 2013
youtube Tattoo removal spoof funny.
Mary Jane Anklestraps
Again- I blame Mike Tyson. lol
They all laughed when I invented Invisible Tattoo Ink. Said it wasn’t practical.
Well, who’s laughing now, bitches??
Mentioned tattoos to a dermatologist..he said he loved them.
His tattoo removal business was booming.
Stranded in Sonoma
At a previous job, I was told I had to wear a dress shirt and slacks or a non-casual (not embroidered) polo shirt and slacks.
So, one day I step into an elevator to go to my floor and in front of me I see cartoon face. He had a tattoo on his face, was wearing goth makeup, earlobe holes, gangsta jeans but with a studded belt, and painted fingernails. He worked a few floors down from me. Neither of us every saw a customer.
I always wondered how that freak got a job at a bank and then I remembered where I was — California!
Hah! Out of curiosity I looked around at laser tattoo removal and it can cost $10 per zap in one session. On repeated visits, that face and neck tattoo can end up costing him 5 to 10 thousand dollars to remove completely. And then there’s the high possibility of scarring.
They’re stupid fucks….Period.
They should have the words “Stupid Fuck” tattoo’d on their foreheads for life.
For a moment, I thought that the guy on the right had it spelled “Jenius,” which would have been hilarious. As it is, I agree with MaryfromMarin. Kind of like women who wear clothing with words on the butts.
If you met me, you would never know I had tattoos, because I got them where I could cover them for work but show them if I want.
I saw a guy at the DMV with a face tattoo that read “FUCK ALL MY ENEMIES” and I figured he was just advertising
And the piercing in places that had not ought to be pierced! Have these idiots ever heard of sepsis?
I knew one young lady who ended up with a 3″ belly button because her piercing got infected and lasted for months.
Back in the 50′s when I was a boy and fascinated by tats, every single one of my Dads’ friends (he had none) and my uncles who had ‘em told me in no uncertain terms, DON’T GET ONE – You’ll always regret it.
Later when I was a paper boy and had to wait for the papers to be dropped at the Post Office, I would pass the time by looking at the Wanted Posters, which would list all scars and tattoos.
To this day I associate them with criminality – hookers, street gangs, hoodlum bikers and ex-cons. If I see one, that’s the direction my mind goes.
If you have one you’re proud of and aren’t in one of those categories, just making a fashion statement, Sorry, it’s lost on me. It’s like a vanity license plate that only you and two other people know what the heck it means!
I grew up in the 70s bad hair, really bad clothes, bad eyeglasses, but only photos remain of those, well I did hang out to the mom made leisure suit to use at costume parties. Yes we lived and participated in fads, but we moved on, when this fad of tats and piercings ends these folks are stuck with them, or face costly removal. THINK, plan ahead folks, you WILL regret. Not even mentioning the enormous amounts of money they do not have to spend that these things cost.
Image needing a face transplant and these clowns are the only doners.
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