Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks

Well....??

Poll ended at 30 Sep 2023, 21:15

Love them
1
8%
Like them
0
No votes
Not bothered either way
1
8%
Dislike them
6
46%
Hate them
5
38%
 
Total votes: 13

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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby GoogaMooga » 05 Oct 2023, 21:55

I can accept one tiny, discreet tattoo. Suzi Quatro has a little star on her wrist. I'd never consider getting one myself.
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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby GoogaMooga » 05 Oct 2023, 21:55

Yakuza tattoos are works of art. Not the tattoos we see in the West.
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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby C » 06 Oct 2023, 13:45

GoogaMooga wrote: Suzi Quatro has a little star on her wrist.


I remember watching Suzi play squash at my local club in Brentwood, Essex, near where she lived in the 70s [Quatro moved to England in 1971].

It was around 1975, she was playing with her partner - long-time guitarist, Len Tuckey, who she married in 1976 - dressed in the complete sports attire - very short white dress and frilly underwear

I can state she has, at least, another tattoo somewhere else too. Allegedly




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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby GoogaMooga » 06 Oct 2023, 13:54

:lol:
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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby Deebank » 07 Oct 2023, 13:46

C wrote:
GoogaMooga wrote: Suzi Quatro has a little star on her wrist.


I remember watching Suzi play squash at my local club in Brentwood, Essex, near where she lived in the 70s [Quatro moved to England in 1971].

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Was the squash court in the Brentwood Centre?

I was stage crew manager for Englebert Humperdink there in 1989!





It was a fiasco :(
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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby C » 07 Oct 2023, 15:36

Deebank wrote:
C wrote:
GoogaMooga wrote: Suzi Quatro has a little star on her wrist.


I remember watching Suzi play squash at my local club in Brentwood, Essex, near where she lived in the 70s [Quatro moved to England in 1971].

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Was the squash court in the Brentwood Centre?


No. it was dedicated Club in Warley - Brenfield Squash Club

Twelve courts I recall

Coincidentally my brother and I were communicating this morning about the England Open Snooker Competition which is being held at the Brentwood Centre.

He reminded me that in 1988 he and my dad went and watched Dennis Taylor beat Tony Knowles 9-7 in the first round.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1988_Worl ... y_(snooker)




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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby BARON CORNY DOG » 07 Oct 2023, 16:12

Why would you be surprised? It's just a bunch of uptight old timers around here!
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Re: Tattoos [84% of those voted dislike/hate- I am surprised]

Postby C » 07 Oct 2023, 16:51

BARON CORNY DOG wrote:Why would you be surprised? It's just a bunch of uptight old timers around here!


True my young friend

True




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