Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Peer Pressure!

Who thinks I should get this . . .

Tattooed on my person?

27 comments:

TMC said...

I do! I do!

Dawn said...

Funny, when I first saw that in the book I thought that would make a great tattoo, so I think you should definitely go for it.

Qwill said...

How large and where? I vote no until I have all the pertinent information. :)

~Jennifer~ said...

That is AWESOME! I would totally do it.

elnice said...

I'm with Quill, need more info. It is very cool looking though. Will this be your first ink?

KaylaBeck said...

Do it!

Sweet Vernal Zephyr said...

The most important question is where?

Nicole Peeler said...

Where: On my inner forearm

How Big: Bigger than a baby's arm? No, seriously, about the size it is here.

Suzan Harden said...

If you want a tat, do it.

Me? I'm a total weeny. I started begging for drugs from the OB the minute the test stick turned blue.

Heather C said...

YES!!! I love this design, and I was curious what inspired it. It is awesome.

GB (formerly JD) said...

Totally do it. It's awesome.

Personally, I'd go for somewhere less obvious (and probably less painful!). For my ink, I chose somewhere I could cover when I'm old (and everything turns South) while not sacrificing what was important to me about it.

Tats are personal, though and you should get what you want where you want it.

Jessica Kennedy said...

Ohhh, it's nice! :)

I say YES! It's very cool. I'd get it if I were you.

catie james said...

If you're gonna get a tattoo, that's a wicked cool design!

Karen W. said...

I'm not into tats, but I LOVE the design and would like it on a T-shirt. :)

Moonsanity said...

I LOVE it! What a cool tattoo that would make:)

Nicole Peeler said...

I don't know why it's green, though. It's supposed to be all black and white.

synde said...

i do..i love my tats..

Angelle said...

I like it. But you will be the one that has to live with it.

Anonymous said...

That is such a cool design i would get it as a tat, but i also agree it would be an awesome t-shirt or messenger bag!!!

Jackie Uhrmacher said...

If you don't, I will : ) I have a tiny tattoo addiction.

AYates said...

I think that is a pretty awesome idea! I think it would make a nice back of the shoulder tattoo and that way it can be covered easier than your forearm if need be.

Kris said...

Well as a tatoo artist and vampire junkie I think you should totally rock that tattoo on your person :)

Thom said...

I think this would make an awesome tattoo if you want one, but as has been previously mentioned, it makes a difference what else is going on and where you put it. I don't know what other tattoos you may be rocking.

So I am afraid the only way that any of us will be able to make an informed answer is for you to post nude pictures of yourself so that we can determine the best placement.

What?

Fine, no Nicole nudes then. If you've already decided it will work where you want to put it, then go for it. Heck, if you find a tattoo artist who is really talented, I think the central image of Jane rising from the water would look great on someone's back.

Actually, better yet, it looks like each cover is going to have a different heart thing going on, so do one each time a book comes out. You're might end up looking like a playing card by the time Jane has as many books out as Sookie, but we'll just call you "10 of Hearts" at that point. It'll be like you are in the Royal Flush Gang or something.

Jackie (Literary Escapism) said...

Oh I like that. That is gorgeous!

Nicole Peeler said...

Thanks, everybody. . . i'm getting a DOOO EEEEET vibe, which I enjoy. And if I DID do it it would be forearm. When I do rock out, it's with my you know what out. LOL

And good try, Thom. Goooood try. ;-)

Jeremy F. Lewis said...

I think you should have it tattooed on David Boreanaz and yourself. :)

kanishk said...

it would make a nice back of the shoulder tattoo and that way it can be covered easier than your forearm
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