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northernladuk
21st October 2011, 11:37
The Zombie tattoo'd guy has had a makeover to cover his tattoo's with makeup and the results are pretty impressive..

Zombie boy (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2051604/Lady-Gagas-Zombie-Boy-Ricky-Genest-NO-tattoos-Model-covers-DermaBlend.html)
I guess :eyes

wobbegong
21st October 2011, 11:45
The Zombie tattoo'd guy has had a makeover to cover his tattoo's with makeup and the results are pretty impressive..

Zombie boy (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2051604/Lady-Gagas-Zombie-Boy-Ricky-Genest-NO-tattoos-Model-covers-DermaBlend.html)
I guess :eyes

Kat von D did that a couple of years ago.

Mich the Tester
21st October 2011, 11:49
Kat von D did that a couple of years ago.



http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/images/k/kat-von-d-awi-10.jpg


I would

MarillionFan
21st October 2011, 11:53
Tats are a massive turnoff.

PAH
21st October 2011, 12:55
Tats are a massive turnoff.

Yep, anything more than a butterfly on a woman is as bad as obviously fake breasts to me. :sick


Though even a butterfly can turn into a terradactyl* if the bird loves stuffing her face.


* Apparently this is now slang for pterodactyl. I could swear it was spelt my way at school. Ok, own up, who's changed the matrix again? :throw:

Mich the Tester
21st October 2011, 12:58
Is it true that ladies get a 'tramp stamp' at the bottom of their back, in a sort of v-shape pointing downwards, to indicate their enthousiasm for being taken up the Oxo Tower?

NickFitz
21st October 2011, 13:14
Though even a butterfly can turn into a terradactyl* if the bird loves stuffing her face.


* Apparently this is now slang for pterodactyl. I could swear it was spelt my way at school. Ok, own up, who's changed the matrix again? :throw:

Your way is correct: "The name derives from the Greek words pteron (πτερόn, meaning 'wing') and daktylos (δάκτυλος, meaning 'finger')." The other way would be wrong on at least two counts: terra is Latin for earth, so that would make it a name improperly formed from a combination of Latin and Greek (which happened in the case of television but is still wrong); and it would also suggest that the creatures were primarily associated with earth (as, for example, terracotta), when the whole point is that they had wings and would thus be more closely associated with air.

More evidence of the decline in educational standards concomitant with the decline in the teaching of classics, I'm afraid <wanders off muttering tetchily>

MarillionFan
21st October 2011, 13:32
Your way is correct: "The name derives from the Greek words pteron (πτερόn, meaning 'wing') and daktylos (δάκτυλος, meaning 'finger')." The other way would be wrong on at least two counts: terra is Latin for earth, so that would make it a name improperly formed from a combination of Latin and Greek (which happened in the case of television but is still wrong); and it would also suggest that the creatures were primarily associated with earth (as, for example, terracotta), when the whole point is that they had wings and would thus be more closely associated with air.

More evidence of the decline in educational standards concomitant with the decline in the teaching of classics, I'm afraid <wanders off muttering tetchily>

:facepalm:

You are Lisa Simpson and I claim my 5 answers to questions never asked.

Sockpuppet
21st October 2011, 13:51
Tats are a massive turnoff.

Tits on the over hand....