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Body modification

Its beautiful, i love it, i have it!
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its beautiful, i'm intrigued, i want it!
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it looks good on them, but not for me
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eh whatevah
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i think i'm going to be ill....
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Postby parkaboy » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:09 pm UTC

well, the romance thread has already been overrun with ink talk, but theres still so much to say!!!

So, the body modification thread. Not too many people i've glanced at here has a lot of work done, that i can *see* anyway, but even the most straight laced people i've talked to have dreams and plans and things they would do if their job allowed it, or if they had the money, or if they werent so scared of looking different.

Me? i'm alllll about the ink. piercings are lovely as well, if you get ones that look good one you. As far as extreme modification goes, i'm terribly interested in chemical scarification, although i dont know if i'm hardcore enough to actually get any of that done. I'm looking forward to a suspension in the near future though *squee!*

oh and just for fun lets lake it a poll!

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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:11 pm UTC

definitely contemplating tattoos. Have a couple I want, just need to work out placement.

Some of the more extreme stuff I've seen on BME-zine, though, scares the bejeezus out of me. And I watch surgery for entertainment.
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Postby 3.14159265... » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:13 pm UTC

I am anti makeup. And hair jel for guyz. Also anti jewlery.

Deduce my position on this!!! lol

Its just a matter of taste for me I guess, i like the girls I am with as natural as possible.

That doesn't extend to the shaving department.
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Postby Jesse » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:13 pm UTC

I love tattoo's, and piercings can be cool.

I don't think I'll ever have either done. My mind is so fickle about things I like that I would probably get bored of having a tattoo after a year or two, so I don't want to get it done on that basis. Don't want a piercing because the only thing that would interest me for myself is an earring, and my father had an earring. I am trying not to be him an awful lot.

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Postby Lani » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:14 pm UTC

I've been wanting a tattoo for ages. I have ideas on what sort of thing I want, but I haven't sat down to really come up with a design...and I have no money....

I only have a few holes in my ears. I'd love to get my nose pierced, but I have bad allergies, so it wouldn't be a good idea.

I had a friend who was a piercest who really wanted to pierce my belly button, as I am an unusual (and cute!) innie-outie combo. We were at a party and I um, wasn't uh wearing very much. He came up with this crazy design that would actually be four piercings all interlocked and lacing. He would have done the piercings for free and given me a major discount on jewelry too (His portofolio had been stolen, so he was trying to rebuild it). I said no, though, because I didn't want my belly button in a cage...and because I don't like belly button piercings that much...
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Postby wilkeson » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:15 pm UTC

This reminds me of a quote:

I see a woman with a tattoo, and I’m thinking, okay, here’s a gal who’s capable of making a decision she’ll regret in the future.

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Postby Gordon » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:15 pm UTC

I always wanted to get a tattoo (had a friend in highschool who actually is a tattoo artist now), but every time they'd put the design actually on me I'd be like.. meh that doesn't really look so good.

Also I agree with Belial where the 'hardcore' section of bmezine (I have not been on that site in forever and forget what it's called now) scarred me for life.
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Postby parkaboy » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:15 pm UTC

3.14159265... wrote:I am anti makeup. And hair jel for guyz. Also anti jewlery.

Deduce my position on this!!! lol

Its just a matter of taste for me I guess, i like the girls I am with as natural as possible.

That doesn't extend to the shaving department.


i can understand th makeup stance. my pictures lately have been awful because i've become a dirty hippy overnight, but i get compliments on my skin and my only reply is "thanks, i dont tan and i've never used makeup" i do go for some wicked eye makeup when i goth it up, but other than that, i prefer to leave my face natural.

still, i dont mind shoving little metal rails through my skin, so deductions could be misleading!

Also I agree with Belial where the 'hardcore' section of bmezine (I have not been on that site in forever and forget what it's called now) scarred me for life.


very few pics there have made me really squirm. VERY few. for me, with a site like that, who needs porn? but i'm kinda weird... i guess. or something.
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Postby Coruscate » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:16 pm UTC

I love tatts, I have an incomplete one and I'm planning lots more (to finish the collarbone, get the side, and various others) if only I had the £££

Piercings I'm not so big about, I had 5 at one point when I was younger, now I'm metal free. My sister's huge on them tho, I think her latest count is 9, she's also getting lobes stretched.

I have friends who have had scarification done, and it looks a bit ick, when I first heard about it, I was like ewwww but I like it on them, wouldn't get it done personally.

(and on the make up thing, I only wear eye make up, because I feel like I have no eyes with these glasses on heh)
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Postby Lani » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:17 pm UTC

I'm anti-makeup too. I like dying my hair though, and put styling crap in it....I dunno, but it's different.
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Postby Coruscate » Fri Mar 23, 2007 6:18 pm UTC

I miss pink hair :(

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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:24 pm UTC

My girlfriend is kind of like lani. She really digs the piercings. She has a big tattoo on her back which she planned since she was fourteen.

Of course, I don't have a single body mod. I'm probably the most straightedge guy my girlfriend ever hangs out with. It's kinda funny. Piercings just don't interest me. Not on myself anyways.

Here is my opinion on piercings on girls:(They're just opinions. I prefer to have an opinion which might be wrong than not to take a stance.)

Ears: Just fine. The gf has gold skull earrings which are cool. But ears are pretty standard. Although some guys do the giant ear-stretcher ring thing, which I don't think would look too good on a girl.

Eyebrows: GF has one on each, so I must like 'em!

Nose: Studs can be pretty good. Nose rings don't do as much for me.

Tongue: Giggity. Yay.

Cheek: I REALLY don't like this one. It seems like the point is to mimic a beauty mark, a la Cindy Crawford, which seems stupid to me. Why are you getting a "beauty mark" piercing? Seems vapid and superficial.

Lips: Kinda gets in the way of things. Impractical. But, I admire the commitment.

Nipples: Again with the getting in the way. But if it feels good, do it, I guess.

Belly-button: I'm a fan of the belly button in general, so anything aesthetic that goes along with it I'm a fan of. I saw a girl once who had the Superman logo on her belly button. Nice!

Hoo-ha: Huh!
Guess I'm gonna have to learn a new way of doing things. Since you don't see it that often, the feels good/do it philosophy applies.

Anywhere else: It depends. I've seen some very interesting ones, and some very "WTF" ones.
I know a girl who has a stud between her breasts. Why not just get a tattoo that says "Look here!"?

Tattoos are cool, as long as they are well thought out. I don't understand why you would get something in a language you don't understand though. Chinese symbols are only cool if you know what they mean. The gf has an eye surrounded by flames. It means a great deal to her, so I really like it.

I might get a tattoo. I'd probably get something like a hockey puck crashing out of a Canadian flag. Not too out there, I know, but it suits me.

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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:27 pm UTC

Ears: Just fine. The gf has gold skull earrings which are cool. But ears are pretty standard. Although some guys do the giant ear-stretcher ring thing, which I don't think would look too good on a girl.


One of my classmates was gauging her ears up like this. It actually looked pretty good on her. I think it depends on the girl.

She did, however, like to pull the piercing out and then make me smell the hole. Apparently the inside of a giant ear piercing gets to smelling pretty interesting after a while.

And by "interesting" I mean "awful".

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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:29 pm UTC

My girlfriend used to have an eight gauge piece of metal through her ear. I've never seen it, alas. When she got it taken off, she went to a metal shop and had them use the bolt cutters. Cheaper and easier than a piercers.

Pretty cool.
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Postby Lani » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:32 pm UTC

space_raptor wrote:Tattoos are cool, as long as they are well thought out. I don't understand why you would get something in a language you don't understand though. Chinese symbols are only cool if you know what they mean.


...and are sure that they don't mean other things in different dialect.

I heard a story about two guys who were good friends. They went in together and got the same tattoo over their hearts. It was an ancient Chinese symbol for "honor" or some such.

...Unfortunately for them, they discovered that in modern Chinese, it also meant "husband". So now they have matching "husband" tattoos over their hearts.
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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:34 pm UTC

lani wrote:...Unfortunately for them, they discovered that in modern Chinese, it also meant "husband". So now they have matching "husband" tattoos over their hearts.


*points and laughs*

That illustrates my point quite nicely.
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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:34 pm UTC

That is pure humor.
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Postby Phy » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:44 pm UTC

Not much for body modification myself, but there's a few tattoos I'd like to get eventually. The challenge for me so far has been exactly the best way to do the representations.

See, for the longest time I've thought that the three most interesting numbers, I guess from a philosophical standpoint, are zero, one, and infinity. I want to use a human to represent One; I was thinking the Vitruvian Man. I'm kind of hung up on zero and infinity, though infinity could be a ring. But then, so could zero, although I was thinking a solar eclipse for zero, but that's most likely terribly hard to get across in a tattoo.

I really oughta read Pascal's Pensees, if only to better understand the philosophical underpinnings behind "For in the end, what is man in nature? A nothing in respect to the infinite, everything in respect to the nothing, a halfway between nothing and all." I also want to get that somewhere.

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Postby Tractor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:47 pm UTC

Body mods aren't really my thing. I've got the one ear piercing, but that's as far as I'm gonna go. Meanwhile, I know plenty of people with multiple piercings/tats, and it works for them.
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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:48 pm UTC

Phy wrote:Not much for body modification myself, but there's a few tattoos I'd like to get eventually. The challenge for me so far has been exactly the best way to do the representations.

See, for the longest time I've thought that the three most interesting numbers, I guess from a philosophical standpoint, are zero, one, and infinity. I want to use a human to represent One; I was thinking the Vitruvian Man. I'm kind of hung up on zero and infinity, though infinity could be a ring. But then, so could zero, although I was thinking a solar eclipse for zero, but that's most likely terribly hard to get across in a tattoo.

I really oughta read Pascal's Pensees, if only to better understand the philosophical underpinnings behind "For in the end, what is man in nature? A nothing in respect to the infinite, everything in respect to the nothing, a halfway between nothing and all." I also want to get that somewhere.


See, now I'm embarrassed about the intellectual quality of my idea for a tattoo. Maybe I'll just get the mudflap girl on my calf.

Edit: Ooh, that gives me an idea!

Edit 2: Coooool! It changes in all of my posts!
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Postby Coruscate » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:50 pm UTC

space_raptor wrote:
Phy wrote:Not much for body modification myself, but there's a few tattoos I'd like to get eventually. The challenge for me so far has been exactly the best way to do the representations.

See, for the longest time I've thought that the three most interesting numbers, I guess from a philosophical standpoint, are zero, one, and infinity. I want to use a human to represent One; I was thinking the Vitruvian Man. I'm kind of hung up on zero and infinity, though infinity could be a ring. But then, so could zero, although I was thinking a solar eclipse for zero, but that's most likely terribly hard to get across in a tattoo.

I really oughta read Pascal's Pensees, if only to better understand the philosophical underpinnings behind "For in the end, what is man in nature? A nothing in respect to the infinite, everything in respect to the nothing, a halfway between nothing and all." I also want to get that somewhere.


See, now I'm embarrassed about the intellectual quality of my idea for a tattoo. Maybe I'll just get the mudflap girl on my calf.

Edit: Ooh, that gives me an idea!

Edit 2: Coooool!


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Postby Phy » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:54 pm UTC

See, now I'm embarrassed about the intellectual quality of my idea for a tattoo. Maybe I'll just get the mudflap girl on my calf.

You do what you have to, dude! Tattoos are a very personal thing. At one point I was considering getting the Grim Reaper tattooed down my spine, but then I thought about the implications of always having Death at my back and I dropped the idea like a bad habit. Actually a whole lot quicker than a bad habit. It just seemed... wrong. Like, Lovecraft wrong. Jumping out of a plane without checking your chute wrong. And there are plenty of people who do have that kind of thing.

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Postby OmenPigeon » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:56 pm UTC

There's an essay by Borges called "The Fearful Sphere of Pascal" which, while it doesn't do much to address tattoo design does have an interesting history of a similar Pascal metaphor (nature as an infinite sphere). Might get you an idea or something.
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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:57 pm UTC

Maybe a moebius strip for infinity?
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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:57 pm UTC

You do what you have to, dude! Tattoos are a very personal thing. At one point I was considering getting the Grim Reaper tattooed down my spine, but then I thought about the implications of always having Death at my back and I dropped the idea like a bad habit.


I dunno. That kind of acknowledgement and welcoming of your own mortality, when you put it symbolically like that, is pretty badass.

I would get Death herself tattooed, though. She seems more like a companionable sort than the reaper.
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Postby Jesse » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:58 pm UTC

Yeah, actually. I would consent to getting Death tattooed on me.

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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 8:04 pm UTC

She used to watch over my bed.

Autographed Wall Scroll.

One of these days, I need to sneak back into my house and steal that thing. It's too cool not to have over my bed again.

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Anyway, so about tattoos.

The design I have in mind is pretty much a bunch of rather thick glyphs all in solid black.

I have a pretty high pain tolerance, but I'm told the black ink hurts the worst going in. Is this so? If so, how bad an idea is this?
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Postby Phy » Fri Mar 23, 2007 8:06 pm UTC

I thought about that. And I was thinking Pratchett's reaper in particular, who TALKS LIKE THIS and is generally a genial sort. But it's not for me, at least not yet. I think I can accept my own mortality; it's the mortality of people I love that I don't want to deal with.

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Postby shadebug » Fri Mar 23, 2007 8:10 pm UTC

For years i've been considering a tattoo that reads "leges ergo calvus sum" on the back of my head, but I've never gotten the ok on the grammar from somebody that actually knows latin and I'm told that tattoo parlours don't like to o the head because it bleeds too much. I know I've got a pretty high tolerance for pain, especially in the pursuit of idiocy, so my only problem, really, would be keeping my hair out of the way. I've considered getting it in greek but I only really know enough greek to read the words without understanding.

Either way, i figure I'll wait until I'm 25 to get it done, if at all
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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 8:10 pm UTC

I thought about that. And I was thinking Pratchett's reaper in particular, who TALKS LIKE THIS and is generally a genial sort. But it's not for me, at least not yet. I think I can accept my own mortality; it's the mortality of people I love that I don't want to deal with.


Understandable.

And Pratchett's reaper is pretty badass too.

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Postby Roffle » Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:06 pm UTC

I have a tattoo... I have several chinese symbols down my spinal column, starting from the base of my neck... I'm pretty happy with it, and I'm getting more done, as soon as I can be arsed, and I'm getting the old ones refreshed.

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Postby Fluff » Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:06 pm UTC

Not a fan of tattoos or piercings. Image I am SO glad I never got any tattoos during my younger and more reckless years. Had my tongue and nose done as a teenager, but realised it was daft and took them out shortly thereafter. I think they look a bit silly to be honest. No offence meant to any of you's who like that sort of thing.

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Postby TheTankengine » Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:30 pm UTC

I have a tattoo planned for the inside of my forearm. I have been drawing it up recently. I'll upload it later on.

Its very representational of my transitions through life. I want to get something that represents my heritage as well. I have a few thoughts on that. Should be interesting with my background being irish-german and polish, with my mother's side of the family being jewish. I'm thinking something along the lines of a 4 leaf clover with a star of david in it. I can't wait! I'll probably get one in July around my birthday.
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Postby aisling » Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:48 pm UTC

So I'm not against tattoos or anything, they're just not for me. For some reason I've never had the desire to get one.

BUT. What I have become interested in recently is scarification. I used to think it was a little wierd, but then I saw this:

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Isn't it beautiful? I think if I met a guy who had that on his front I would pay him to just stand around my house as a piece of art. It's just so amazing!

I also like the fact that it's *sort of* natural. I mean, you cut yourself (you don't actually cut yourself. You get a professional), you irritate it a bit, then it turns into this. But with tattoos you're putting ink into your body, something that's not meant to be there.

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Postby Belial » Fri Mar 23, 2007 9:51 pm UTC

That is so badass.
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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:13 pm UTC

That just looks painful to me. So, very badass.

Once in while I'll see somebody with something totally out there, like a chain from their eyebrow to their lip, or a facial tattoo or something. To be honest, I quite often think to myself "What an attention whore."

Am I wrong for thinking that some of these people just want to be noticed? I'd even say, some want to be controversial for controversy's sake?

Sometimes I just want to say to these people, "Look, no matter what you do, you're still in the same boat as the rest of us. Chill out, ok? You don't have to actively invite attention."

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Postby SpitValve » Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:28 pm UTC

3.14159265... wrote:I am anti makeup. And hair jel for guyz. Also anti jewlery.


I'm with you dude. When girls wear makeup, it never makes them look better... it just makes them look like they're wearing makeup. I don't mind earrings though, and I guess nose things are ok.

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Postby space_raptor » Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:34 pm UTC

Makeup looks good when you don't really know they're wearing makeup.

Of course, if my gf puts makeup on at all it's going to be goth styles, so you definitely know she's wearing makeup. I don't really like to tell her this, but I think she looks better without it. But she has to be hardcore sometimes.

Which is just fine by me!
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Postby SpitValve » Fri Mar 23, 2007 11:08 pm UTC

space_raptor wrote:Makeup looks good when you don't really know they're wearing makeup.


But you always do... either their face looks shinier, or grainier, or there's crazy coloured stuff around the eyes...

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Postby Grincement » Fri Mar 23, 2007 11:10 pm UTC

SpitValve wrote:
space_raptor wrote:Makeup looks good when you don't really know they're wearing makeup.


But you always do... either their face looks shinier, or grainier, or there's crazy coloured stuff around the eyes...


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