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October 9, 2009

This entry was written a month ago.

I believe many of you readers have noticed the tiny speck of purple on my wrist in some of the photos.

So here it is.



This is my second ink, and hopefully the last.

A purple star on my wrist.


Yes. This time, it did hurt.

I thought it would feel the same as my rosary tatt.

When I had my rosary done, I was reading the newspaper, smsing, and singing. While Margaret looked on in amazement.

It felt like a mechanical pencil scratching against my skin.

But this time?

It did hurt.

I finally understood what people meant when they said that it feels like a knife slicing through your skin.

I was really concentrating on trying to get used to the pain.

But failed.

And whenever Margaret asked if it was painful, I said the same four words.


She was actually happy to witness the process twice.

Anyway, it bled.

And I’m thankful that a star is made up of ONLY 10 lines.


10 lines= 10 slashes of the ‘knife’


“Everytime I get another tattoo, it’s like a little fuck-you to anyone who tells me not to.”

– – – –

Ok, back to here and now, being 9th October 2009.

I actually have thoughts of another ink.

Yes, I said that the star was going to be my last.

This time, what I have in mind is a Hebrew script down my spine.

Yes, it is ABIT addictive.

I’m in control of addiction.

Maybe I should just get it air- brushed on.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 8, 2009 04:02

    haha 9th october is my birthday.. u got that on my birthday?

  2. shanxtyphoid permalink*
    November 8, 2009 19:56

    ha….no it was done on e 6th september…but written on e 9th…hahah!!!…so….nope…didn’t get it on ur birthday….don’t be disappointed though:>


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