Thursday, September 14, 2006

Tattoos Simply For the Pleasure

Maybe you can tell me the meaning of this Latin phrase? (see answer below).

"Neque porro quisquam est qui dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet, consectetur, adipisci velit..."

May I offer my latest tattoo as an example-or possibly, a hint. (This tat has now been filled in, but he did nice line work). I do so love the smell of a tattoo parlor.


And if you're ever in Memphis, and you want to know who to go to for ink... the good stuff, I recommend my guys highly. They are Kevin & Shannon - Ramesses Shadow Memphis.
Update: The translation of the above latin phrase is "There is no one who loves pain itself, who seeks after it and wants to have it, simply because it is pain..."

7 comments:

Oh great One said...

That is beautiful! Such detail!

Aunt Jackie said...

Thank you. Those guys are very talented!

Mike said...

The last time I heard latin was in church...many, many years ago. Damn I'm getting old.

Blogmad hit!

oh....

and....

thanks for dropping by my place/blog. Your presence spruced the place up.

the cappuccino kid. said...

my translator reckons it says "Worthless forward anyone is quae pain itself because pain he is amet consectetur , to come up to skirmish" but i get the feeling it is wrong! never works on mr barnze's either.
nice tattoo though. very tasteful.
where abouts is it? (not a perv! must clarify that)

the cappuccino kid. said...

and any chance of a pic of the finished article?

Aunt Jackie said...

No worries on that Cappuccino-It's in the very center of my back right between/below shoulder blades... mind you, that's an odd spot with leaning back and all, so I need a little ink touch up--but I will post a final product snappy. :)

Aunt Jackie said...

Mike thank you-Enjoy visiting yours as well! I'll let you guys guess once more on the phrase... (I usually google deals like this-hehe)