Friday, 19 June 2009

Zipper Around Scar Tattoo

17 comments:

  1. It's a little surprising that he leaves it unzipped. Things could fall out.

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  2. Coop, I think his brain already did!

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  3. I think that happened to my brain Coop/Gary, but I can't find the zipper to put it back in :-S

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  4. why is the zipper opened in the middle? did it break? that would explain why the bottom part of the zipper looks like it's been tormented. Otherwise, bravo. This will be on your body for the rest of your life.

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  5. Harsh but true, yes I think that's the whole idea, their leg bust open. I doubt they care about being stuck with the tattoo, after all, there is a great big gaping hole in the leg.

    I personally think it's great.

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  6. i like how he has a sense of humour about his scar and he isnt embarrassed of it

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  7. Brittany, If I had a scar like that I'd be showing it off all the time. But I'm a looney.

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  8. im guessing this was a fasciotimy scar?? skin graft and all.....i just recently had this done on my FOREARM...im incredibly bummed about it since its sunken in like this...but its rad to see a tatto around it im planning on doing something with mine

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  9. A zipper...Mick Jagger's lips...the possibilities are endless. Please share when you get it :-)

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  10. It looks better than a plain scar lol

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  11. Does your scar look too plain? Jazz it up with some zippers and maybe a few buttons.

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  12. All you people complaining and calling his decision anything but creative and accepting of probably a terrible accident that happened to him are twats.

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  13. anon, takes one to know one...

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  14. whenleftmeetsright27 March 2012 at 04:38

    Uhm, Joanne- I believe Anon was protesting Against the people in the beginning who somehow only saw the fact that a tattoo was on this person's leg and not that it was to enhance an already obviously visible scar, making it a topic of conversation rather than one of embarrasment and avoidance. I can't imagine why you retaliated against Anon's comment... it seems you are a bit "looney", as you say yourself. Now, I personally have a scar that covers nearly the entirety of my thoracic spince- which is how I stumbled upon this pic in the first place. Although I have a different image in my mind about what I'd like done, I DO understand tattoos are permanent, same as the thick, lengthy scar that I have. This makes the idea of a tattoo over or around it even more intriguing as this way I won't feel the need to constantly make sure my back is fully covered, no matter the weather or the article of clothing I'm wearing. Other than this- I am very impressed with this person's scar, it's definetly a winner and I'm proud that they're proud of it. Have a great day, all! <3

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  15. wlmr, maybe I took it up wrong, it looked like blatant name calling to me. My blog should come with a disclaimer - I am unwittingly going to offend people from time to time. It's only the internet after all...

    ps. Tattoos covering scars are as awesome as it gets and I really do admire the creativity & unknown stories behind them.

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  16. I too have an impessive round deep scar on the front of my lower leg. I am proud that I am still here to show it but would like to make it a bit prettier for myself. I am also very tired of people gaulking at me in the summer when I wear shorts.... I love your creativity ! It's awesome !

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    1. Hope you come up with something cool to do with it:)

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