April 15, 2004

De Plane Bosth! De Plane…I see, Tattoo.

Much as I hate to admit it, I dislike tattoos on the ladies. (Oh! So you like them on men right? Shut up Harvey, you know what I’m talking about.)

I know that they’re all the rage, and it is completely impossible to be “Hip”, “With it”, or “Rad” without them, but I just don’t find them attractive. A little tattoo in a discrete place doesn’t bother me all that much, but some folks just can’t resist getting the whole “Ride to Live / Live to Ride” logo (with the eagle and everything) across their back and down both arms. It’s a little much, is all I’m trying to say.

So there is this coworker of mine, who works in the HBA department, (That’s Health and Beauty Aids for those of you deficient in your retail jargon) who has recently gotten herself a shiny new piece of body art. She’s reeeal proud of it too! She likes to show it off in the back room, essentially to anyone who asks her about it. The problem here is the placement of the aforementioned masterpiece, right across the upper part of her (ahem) backside. I witnessed her showing it to another coworker today, and she just about pulled her pants completely down to make sure he got the full effect. I heard from another coworker, that she has been witnessed pulling her skirt up in order to show it to some other fellows. I’m not saying that this girl is stupid, but whenever I think of these types of actions the term “slower than smoke off shit” spring invariably to mind.

It’s unfortunate, but my gut reaction to anyone with a tattoo like the one described above, is the same as the one I have toward that young lady…a mixture of pity and contempt. I’m trying to get myself past those opinions, but it’s a hard row for me to hoe.

(Heh, I said Hoe)

Posted by Johnny - Oh at April 15, 2004 09:56 PM

Sounds like a hostile work environment to me. If you were a leftist nutjob i'd advise you to sue for sexual harrassment. But since you're not, can you take a picture of her tattooed ass and post it for all the rest of us to enjoy?


Posted by: Marty at April 16, 2004 09:31 AM

I'll see what I can do Marty. :)

It IS a nice ass, just a shame it's wasted by being attached to such an idiot.

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at April 16, 2004 09:36 AM

Seconding the call for pictures.

Seriously, Johnny-Oh, is it a NICE ass?

Oh, and I linked this one. Consider this your trackback notice :-)


Posted by: Harvey at April 16, 2004 09:40 AM

Yeah Harv, I think it was NICE. I mean, seemed friendly enough, no skidmarks on the thong that I could see. The thong was white, but that's okay, it's after Labor Day. :)

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at April 16, 2004 03:13 PM

Has anyone upon review felt the urge to say, "HABA, HABA"?

Sorry. In a different age, and a different place, the abbreviation was an acronym.

Posted by: Brian J. at April 17, 2004 08:55 AM

HABA? "Has A Beautiful Ass" is the only thing I can come up with on short notice.

Posted by: Johnny - Oh at April 17, 2004 12:14 PM

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