Gone are the days when you would only see tattoos on famous celebrities and seemingly intimidating and enigmatic hardcore rock stars. Think the likes of Ozzy Osborne and Aerosmith’s front man, Steven Tyler.
Today, though, tattoo has become more like an expression of one’s individualism and for some other, emotions, like gratitude (and would end up having their parent’s names inked into their bodies) and love (I know you would have seen many a person with the name of their beloved etched in their skin), or expression of one’s beliefs too, seen anyone with an Om tattoo in the arm, lately? For some other, they’d like a copy of their favorite poetry handy wherever they go so they’d opt to have these lines marked in their back. Some even aspire to make human canvass out of their bodies. And some other use tattoos for their so-called physical transformation. And the demographics are not limited to boys or men. Tattoos in women are also quite rampant, nowadays.
The types of tattoo that people get range from the simplest names that they’d want printed in their arms our shoulders for example, to intricate designs or work of arts and complicated patterns and symbols. The list goes on and on, and basically people get any picture or symbol they fancy written with colorful inks with their skin and flesh as canvasses.
Along with the increase in popularity of tattoos for both genders is the offshoot of tattoo-related industries. You would see stores and shops selling items from the most basic tattoo supply to the more advanced and sophisticated ‘tattoo machine and equipment mushrooming around the metro overnight. And you will also notice loads of tattoo artists setting up shops everywhere, resulting to more affordable and attractive tattoo price for those who aspire to get inked pretty soon.
As for me, when the time comes, I’d write my son’s name on my back with tattoo ink.
Now that Pantone has come out with the color of the year for 2011, Honeysuckle Pink, it maybe a great idea to start sending thank you cards in this shade after Christmas. FYI: This year’s color was turquoise. And while the brilliant gem color grew on me already, I have to say nothing beats going back to your true love. I have loved pink since I was six, and it has been a prominent color in my life events – debut, wedding and even the baptism and parties of my children.
There are some cute calendars out there in the market, here are some picks:
2011 Calendars Part 1
2011 Calendars Part 2
2011 Calendars Part 3
2011 Calendars Part 4
2011 Calendars Part 5
I have a penchant for calendars, planners and notebooks so I always wait for new things to come out when it’s the time of the year.
Funny t-shirts have different varieties, as people have varying degrees and perception of what is efunny. They come in various designs, styles, looks and their prices depend on mostly the makers of such funny t-shirts.
What exactly is a funny t-shirt?
It is a shirt or top that has humorous, hilarious, shocking, controversial or in some, offensive, quotes either drawn or printed on them. Teenagers and most kids prefer to wear them as it seems to help emphasize one’s personality or help in letting them make a stand on something or let them say something out loud. The quotes are usually written on the front or back of the t-shirt. The artists make the design or writing mostly in bright colors that can attract attention of the passersby. The key here is to make it as readable as possible and the colors as appealing so that people would want to take a second look.
If you are the type who love to make shocking statement and thrive on them, the shirts being offered at FoulMouthShirts.com will be right up your alley. They pride themselves on being a store that sells statement shirts that are not for the weak of heart and yet still able to keep the quality of shirts no less than excellent.
I think I need this for my work desk. I love coffee and I make a living writing articles for web sites or blogs. I can write effectively about everything from blackhead treatments to vacations to saving money to splurging money (aka shopping!).
I cannot say I love my blog as it is something I do to keep me at home while the kids are young. But whoever said it was an easy job must be blind or out of his mind, because I have never worked as hard as before – when I working as a boos for five years.
It seems I just came to know the woman, Annie Leibovitz, behind the famous photographs in the Rolling Stones and Vanity Fair magazine covers. I came to discover her because of an article I stumbled upon citing her financial problems – and that she risks losing her catalogue of pictures!
The pictures are valued over $50M as of writing.
Who would ever forget these?
John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s cover on Rolling Stone Magazine. Five hours after the photo shoot ended, John Lennon was shot dead.
Demi Moore’s very pregnant beautiful self.
Whoopi Goldberg’s submerged in a tub of milk.