Thursday, September 22, 2016

Have You Met Lydia

 More that may or may not be your cuppa below the break.

Update: Wow I did not anticipate the overly decorated cheesecake to provoke such strong reactions.































17 comments:

  1. I don't get the whole tattoo thing. Don't they realize how BAD those are going to look in 20-30 years? But if that tips their trigger, so be it...

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    1. Not something I'd care to live with either but decorative.

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  2. Quality Poontang....except for the ink.

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  3. I actually enjoy a well done tat or two on a woman but those are way too much IMO. As for how they look in 30 years well no one will be looking anyway more than likely.

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    1. Hence the disclaimer I put on the "Lydia the Tattooed Lady" posts. ;)

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  4. I suspect it would have been cheaper in the long run to just get the counseling and meds to help them deal with their "issues". Tattoos, like suicide, is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Anyone that young with that much ink is SCREAMING for intervention. This is a mental illness signal.

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    1. Well if you don't mind violating the cardinal rule about, "Don't stick your dick in crazy.".....

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  5. Some of them should just have a warning label instead of a fancy design inked on.

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    1. To the observant eye they arguably are.

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  6. Someone else has stated that if you can't cover the ink on a woman's body with two hands, then it is too much ink. You may as well be screwing a tough guy with t!ts.

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    1. Depends on what part of them you're screwing. ;)

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  7. Nice collection, but as you say not my cup of tea.

    I do remember the song, though:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4zRe_wvJw8

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    1. Nice, though I'll confess I was introduced to it through the Muppet Show. :)

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