Friday, July 9, 2010


What happens when I get bored and sick?

Like a raging ass sick which has taken over my body temporary. I need a exorcist this shit is so bad! 

I'm not gonna get into details. But the boredom has made me creative. 

Like the blog. Looks good? No?

And this..

When I get bored, I like to stick myself with needles. Lots of them, to make a pretty drawing into something that will never leave my body. 

A few more are in my mind, maybe for another day. Anyone got one on their foot? 

So yes, boredom. You do oh so much more than drunkenness.


  1. just tattooed Hello Kitty on yourself?! Am I reading that right??!??

    Feel better soon! And no more sick tattoos!

  2. Blog looks great! I am amazed at your many talents. Even sick you are able to be creative, and have a steady hand. Nice Hello Kitty!

    When I am sick and bored I end up flipping channels and wondering why I can never find anything good to watch. Then I play on my laptop.

    Hope you are feeling better soon.

  3. Boredom and needles CAN get tricky...I usually just tweeze my eyebrows, or break out the pedi-egg (love the shit outta that thing)...cute looks great!

  4. Thanks guys! Sadly, I did not do the hello kitty by myself. My best friend is a tattoo artist and we were bored in her kitchen. Yea, that's how we pass time. :-P

    Thanks for the comments on the blog look! I love picnik.

  5. I would LOVE to be friends with a tatoo artist!! I have a tattoo on my foot, that I need to get redone into something else...long story! Lol.

    I like your layout...very cute. I may have you do something for this blog...hmmmm! :o)

  6. I left you an award over at my blog!

  7. Hey, I stick myself with needles when bored too! But the result is never as cute as your new tatt...its mostly a whole lot of "ouch!" and "@$@#*!!!" :-)

    Graet blog!

  8. Good thing you were bored and not drunk when you got your tat. You could have ended up with Calvin from Calvin & Hobbes instead. Oh wait, that happened to my brother...


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