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5 Responses to Yup

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    Cursive?…Nope it’s Longhand!

    • capt fast says:

      I used to have serviceable cursive handwriting skills. all those years of scripting in block script in the aircraft records of how bad machinery can become in such short times corrupted my “longhand” skills set. and now that i exclusively use a computer keyboard all that i have left is the signature componente in muscle memory.
      the jail house quality of artwork that person adorned the body with is so poor. it is saddening.

  2. CM says:

    You get what you pay for for with tattoos. Those must have been really cheap, since they look like an apprentice’s first attempt on a real person.

    • Butch says:

      What do they use before they tattoo a real person?

      Many years ago I knew a young lady who was married and had some good kids. One monday morning she said look what I got for Mother’s day, and she pulls her hair away from the back of her neck.

      There across her once pretty neck just above the shoulder line was her name, in cursive. Very well done, I might add.

      But since tattoos on women just kinda turn me negative, I told her that i thought it was a good thing. Because the next time she went partying and got shit faced and fell face first in the mud, anyone walking by could identify her by her name on the back of her neck.

      No more BJ’s after that.

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