Gran designs - meet Winifred, Britain's oldest tattoo recipient at 92

Bournemouth Echo: Winifred Taylor, 92. Pictures: Alex Newstead/BNPS Winifred Taylor, 92. Pictures: Alex Newstead/BNPS

ADVENTUROUS Winifred Turner has become the oldest woman in Britain to get a tattoo – at the age of 92.

The nonagenarian has had three tattoos daubed on her arms as a memorial to her late husband Jim and to mark her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Winifred has had hers and Jim's initials intertwined inside two hearts on her right forearm along with the words ‘miss you, Win’ and the date he died on her left.

She also has a bracelet adorned with the first initial of each great-grandchild and two of her grandchildren on her right wrist, which spell out the word ‘GRANA’.

The pensioner, a keen churchgoer until ill-health stopped from her from attending, was inspired to get a tattoo after grandson, Alex Dixon, began accumulating body art.

She saw it as the perfect way to commemorate Jim, who died aged 89 three years ago.

Winifred, a retired cleaning manager from West Moors, said: “I hadn’t thought about it before but Alex came in with his tattoos one day and I thought I would like to have one done.

“I was sat in the conservatory and drew two hearts on a piece of paper and Alex said ‘you could have that as a tattoo.’ “He showed the tattooist and then I went in to get it done. He told me I was 30 years older than the oldest person he had ever tattooed.

“I now have three tattoos and I think I could get carried away with it. There’s no pain in my opinion.”

Winifred, who walks with the aid of a stick, and Jim were married for 69 years before he died from a stroke in April 2010.

She has spent about £150 on tattoos so far and is already planning her next piece.

Alex, 30, a photographer, said: “I think it's amazing that my grandmother has tattoos and I'm proud of her.”

Rob ‘Spider’ Ridland, 27, at Urban Image Tattoo Studio in Bournemouth, said: “When she came in I was a bit shocked. She isn't your average customer, but I was more than happy to do it if that's what she wanted.”

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9:59am Thu 7 Feb 13

elite50 says...

The ones to worry about are the teenagers, twenty year olds and pre- thirty year olds.
In ten or so years peoplle are going to point and mock their body distortions.
How many people wear a Castro beard? (I used to).
How many people wear Muttonchop sideburns? (I used to).
I am now ultra cool because I have none of those things. (I am just old).
Wake up kids!
The ones to worry about are the teenagers, twenty year olds and pre- thirty year olds. In ten or so years peoplle are going to point and mock their body distortions. How many people wear a Castro beard? (I used to). How many people wear Muttonchop sideburns? (I used to). I am now ultra cool because I have none of those things. (I am just old). Wake up kids! elite50
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10:07am Thu 7 Feb 13

Morrigan says...

Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications?

Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future?

Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/

Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she?

People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?
Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications? Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future? Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/ Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she? People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it? Morrigan
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10:20am Thu 7 Feb 13

l'anglais says...

Why?
Why? l'anglais
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10:21am Thu 7 Feb 13

Imaximus says...

News?????
News????? Imaximus
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10:30am Thu 7 Feb 13

saynomore says...

Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming) saynomore
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10:45am Thu 7 Feb 13

elite50 says...

Morrigan wrote:
Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications?

Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future?

Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/

Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she?

People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?
You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group.
The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now.
They could be changed.
Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over.
Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out.
People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts.
People with tattoos are a different story.
If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today.
Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years.
[quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications? Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future? Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/ Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she? People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?[/p][/quote]You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group. The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now. They could be changed. Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over. Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out. People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts. People with tattoos are a different story. If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today. Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years. elite50
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11:16am Thu 7 Feb 13

suzigirl says...

Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though!
Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though! suzigirl
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11:36am Thu 7 Feb 13

Morrigan says...

elite50 wrote:
Morrigan wrote:
Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications?

Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future?

Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/

Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she?

People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?
You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group.
The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now.
They could be changed.
Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over.
Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out.
People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts.
People with tattoos are a different story.
If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today.
Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years.
Pre 30 age group? hahahaaa!! I'm a mother of 3 and grandmother of 2, having past my half century last year!!!

As for your ramblings about that lady doing no favours to the 70 year olds - do me a favour mate. Who would actually give a hoot about having a tat if their body was old and wrinkled at that age anyway. waahaaaa! Best laugh all week ;o)

Anyway, must dash ...... I'm off to get myself tattooed all over - just for the shock factor of small minded people :oP
[quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications? Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future? Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/ Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she? People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?[/p][/quote]You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group. The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now. They could be changed. Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over. Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out. People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts. People with tattoos are a different story. If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today. Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years.[/p][/quote]Pre 30 age group? hahahaaa!! I'm a mother of 3 and grandmother of 2, having past my half century last year!!! As for your ramblings about that lady doing no favours to the 70 year olds - do me a favour mate. Who would actually give a hoot about having a tat if their body was old and wrinkled at that age anyway. waahaaaa! Best laugh all week ;o) Anyway, must dash ...... I'm off to get myself tattooed all over - just for the shock factor of small minded people :oP Morrigan
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11:47am Thu 7 Feb 13

elite50 says...

suzigirl wrote:
Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though!
Sideburns would probably look better.
Although the half face tatoos favoured by the Maoris looks very impressive, especially if you are having a fight with your neighbours.
Then again, as you say, you are 50(ish)
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though![/p][/quote]Sideburns would probably look better. Although the half face tatoos favoured by the Maoris looks very impressive, especially if you are having a fight with your neighbours. Then again, as you say, you are 50(ish) elite50
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12:39pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Lord Spring says...

Later on in life she will regret having it done..
Later on in life she will regret having it done.. Lord Spring
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1:02pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

suzigirl wrote:
Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though!
Oh, put your claws away!!!
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Good luck to her! I am thinking of having a tattoo as well and I am fiftyish! Not too sure about the bingo wings though![/p][/quote]Oh, put your claws away!!! Letcommonsenseprevail
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1:23pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Pablo23 says...

saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Civil Servants?
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Civil Servants? Pablo23
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2:12pm Thu 7 Feb 13

guisselle says...

Its her body!
Its her body! guisselle
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2:44pm Thu 7 Feb 13

LabyrinthLady says...

saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Oh God can you hear yourselves!!
She is perfectly capable of making her own choices!

I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude.

NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person!
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Oh God can you hear yourselves!! She is perfectly capable of making her own choices! I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude. NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person! LabyrinthLady
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3:03pm Thu 7 Feb 13

elaine191261 says...

Well done her ,it's effecting any one ,I had mine done at fifty 3 butterflies ,leave her alone !!!!! X
Well done her ,it's effecting any one ,I had mine done at fifty 3 butterflies ,leave her alone !!!!! X elaine191261
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3:58pm Thu 7 Feb 13

The Renegade Master says...

Live and let live everybody. If she wants a tattoo then it's her business. Personally I don't like them and would never have one done, nor would I date a woman with anything other than discreet tattoos that are well hidden.
Live and let live everybody. If she wants a tattoo then it's her business. Personally I don't like them and would never have one done, nor would I date a woman with anything other than discreet tattoos that are well hidden. The Renegade Master
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5:06pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Miss Opinionated says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Live and let live everybody. If she wants a tattoo then it's her business. Personally I don't like them and would never have one done, nor would I date a woman with anything other than discreet tattoos that are well hidden.
I feel your name is misleading...
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Live and let live everybody. If she wants a tattoo then it's her business. Personally I don't like them and would never have one done, nor would I date a woman with anything other than discreet tattoos that are well hidden.[/p][/quote]I feel your name is misleading... Miss Opinionated
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6:48pm Thu 7 Feb 13

saynomore says...

LabyrinthLady wrote:
saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Oh God can you hear yourselves!!
She is perfectly capable of making her own choices!

I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude.

NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person!
"Down right disrespectful and rude"No JUST FACT.
[quote][p][bold]LabyrinthLady[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Oh God can you hear yourselves!! She is perfectly capable of making her own choices! I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude. NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person![/p][/quote]"Down right disrespectful and rude"No JUST FACT. saynomore
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7:05pm Thu 7 Feb 13

LabyrinthLady says...

saynomore wrote:
LabyrinthLady wrote:
saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Oh God can you hear yourselves!!
She is perfectly capable of making her own choices!

I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude.

NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person!
"Down right disrespectful and rude"No JUST FACT.
Hmmm well i can think of doctors, dentists, lawyers etc all who have tattoos -

Dont tar everyone with the same brush it just shows how small minded you are
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LabyrinthLady[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Oh God can you hear yourselves!! She is perfectly capable of making her own choices! I have 4, all have meaning to me and my life. I work but not as you suggest which is down right disrespectful and rude. NONE of you have the right to judge her for wanting to commemorate her husband - NONE of you have the right to disrespect people because they have tattoos. Its her body, her choice, whether she has 4 or 40 it doesnt make her a bad person![/p][/quote]"Down right disrespectful and rude"No JUST FACT.[/p][/quote]Hmmm well i can think of doctors, dentists, lawyers etc all who have tattoos - Dont tar everyone with the same brush it just shows how small minded you are LabyrinthLady
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7:48pm Thu 7 Feb 13

scrumpyjack says...

Don't say to anyone you are sure their tattoos look smashing.

Your comment will be removed.
Don't say to anyone you are sure their tattoos look smashing. Your comment will be removed. scrumpyjack
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9:17pm Thu 7 Feb 13

elite50 says...

Morrigan wrote:
elite50 wrote:
Morrigan wrote:
Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications?

Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future?

Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/

Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she?

People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?
You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group.
The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now.
They could be changed.
Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over.
Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out.
People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts.
People with tattoos are a different story.
If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today.
Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years.
Pre 30 age group? hahahaaa!! I'm a mother of 3 and grandmother of 2, having past my half century last year!!!

As for your ramblings about that lady doing no favours to the 70 year olds - do me a favour mate. Who would actually give a hoot about having a tat if their body was old and wrinkled at that age anyway. waahaaaa! Best laugh all week ;o)

Anyway, must dash ...... I'm off to get myself tattooed all over - just for the shock factor of small minded people :oP
Dont do that, you dont need tattoos to make yourself look silly.
[quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Morrigan[/bold] wrote: Why would you need to worry about teenagers getting tattoos or body modifications? Surely the more people that have them, the more society accepts it. Most people don't bay an eyelid at people with giant holes in their earlobes or facial piercings these days, so why would they suddenly become shocked bout it in the future? Comparing sideburns to tats is not really a fair comparison is it? Hair style change daily, but many people have tats for personal, rather than fashion reasons - such as this lady - and I very much doubt she will come to regret it :o/ Personally, I think each to their own and fair play to the old girl. She obviously doesn't give a hoot what other people think and indeed why should she? People may have different opinions about body art, but it is down to personal choice and nothing to do with anyone else really is it?[/p][/quote]You are obviously in the pre-thirty age group. The point that you are missing is that all those years ago Castro beards and sideburns were as popular as tattoos are now. They could be changed. Holes in earlobes and holes in bodies (body piercing) grow over. Mohican haircuts, in green dye grows out. People walking around with either their fat guts or "plumbers bums" hanging out of their pants can be changed with litte efforts. People with tattoos are a different story. If you had put an anti (anything that was not acceptable) tattoo on yourself 40 years ago, you could be arrested and charged today. Times change and so do opinions, the 92 year old has done no favours to the 70 year olds in 40 years.[/p][/quote]Pre 30 age group? hahahaaa!! I'm a mother of 3 and grandmother of 2, having past my half century last year!!! As for your ramblings about that lady doing no favours to the 70 year olds - do me a favour mate. Who would actually give a hoot about having a tat if their body was old and wrinkled at that age anyway. waahaaaa! Best laugh all week ;o) Anyway, must dash ...... I'm off to get myself tattooed all over - just for the shock factor of small minded people :oP[/p][/quote]Dont do that, you dont need tattoos to make yourself look silly. elite50
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9:22pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Have a nice day says...

Fair play to her.
Fair play to her. Have a nice day
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11:40pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Lord Spring says...

saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
You must be one of the Chatham boys they had better manners then the Pompey boys
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]You must be one of the Chatham boys they had better manners then the Pompey boys Lord Spring
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1:25pm Fri 8 Feb 13

Einstein11 says...

elite50 wrote:
The ones to worry about are the teenagers, twenty year olds and pre- thirty year olds. In ten or so years peoplle are going to point and mock their body distortions. How many people wear a Castro beard? (I used to). How many people wear Muttonchop sideburns? (I used to). I am now ultra cool because I have none of those things. (I am just old). Wake up kids!
Anyone who calls themself ultra cool is very much NOT ultra cool
[quote][p][bold]elite50[/bold] wrote: The ones to worry about are the teenagers, twenty year olds and pre- thirty year olds. In ten or so years peoplle are going to point and mock their body distortions. How many people wear a Castro beard? (I used to). How many people wear Muttonchop sideburns? (I used to). I am now ultra cool because I have none of those things. (I am just old). Wake up kids![/p][/quote]Anyone who calls themself ultra cool is very much NOT ultra cool Einstein11
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1:29pm Fri 8 Feb 13

Einstein11 says...

saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Traffic Wardens?
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Traffic Wardens? Einstein11
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1:55pm Fri 8 Feb 13

TinyLegacy says...

saynomore wrote:
Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)
Well that's nice of you to say. Were you aware that men serving in the Navy used to have a certain stigma applied also? Wind your neck in.
Who cares what other people look like, it's their choice. Good on ya Winifred!
[quote][p][bold]saynomore[/bold] wrote: Tattoos on women NO,during my years in the Navy while travelling the world the only women who had Tattoos were of a certain profession.( Wait for incoming)[/p][/quote]Well that's nice of you to say. Were you aware that men serving in the Navy used to have a certain stigma applied also? Wind your neck in. Who cares what other people look like, it's their choice. Good on ya Winifred! TinyLegacy
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4:41pm Fri 8 Feb 13

harryonthecoast says...

Tattoos on women are NOT feminine!!End of.
Tattoos on women are NOT feminine!!End of. harryonthecoast
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12:51pm Sat 9 Feb 13

madras says...

Can I just say 'yeuch'...?
Can I just say 'yeuch'...? madras
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