Wednesday, 29 August 2007


I managed to find a really great tattoo artist in Glastonbury (UK), guy’s name’s Flint, company’s Inkside Out.

The design I wanted done was so intricate that I had to totally trust the person doing the tattoo based on a design I’ve been working on for many years (since about 1995 a concept in my head and 2003 started to form on paper).

I had it done on my left arm and the design is based on what is currently my image on here. It was very detailed and took 2 1/2 hours, I nearly passed out after 10 mins, so he stopped and ordered me to drink water and eat chocolate (which I didn’t mind doing), I then stopped having cold sweats, felt much better as my body had adjusted to the adrenalin and endorphine levels in my body (much more when you’re not used to pain in this variety).

I’m still on a high from having it done 3 days later.

Get one, you’ll feel better when you’ve proven you can, but make sure you’ve thought about it…

Thursday, 2 August 2007

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The Difference between Goths and Emos

Emos are highly emotional, they display this with tears, and not much else.
Goths are also emotional, they just display with anger and not tears.

Emos wear black, but with brand names and have their hair covering one eye, they think they're hard done by and usually in their teens.
Goths wear black, any kind, but usually with some frilling, they know they're hard done by and usually late teens or older.

Emos listen to overhyped pretty-boy faux rock music.

Goths are known to listen to heavy rock, metal & industrial music.

The only problem I have is that I'm part goth, part hippy, part punk, part emo, part rocker, part metaller. Anyone else out there like me?

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