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birdboy88
08-08-2012, 07:14 PM
sorry hope this isnt too d-bagish.old tat..new pic. got this when I was about 20yrs old when I was on my 2nd bird

vinnietbird
08-08-2012, 08:21 PM
I love my Bird. That's all I can say. I love my wife more, but, the Bird is a close second.

birdboy88
08-08-2012, 08:38 PM
haha as long as the 2 understand each other

347Thunder
08-09-2012, 11:38 AM
thats funny my wife has a butterfly on her lower back "tramp stamp" and she wanted to get a bird over it, but I don't want my girls thinking that tattoos are ok,now thats love.....

1Bad88tbird
08-10-2012, 12:06 PM
I always wanted to do an arm band with the emblem but I never did. I've owned mine for 22 years now, I guess that's enough proof how I feel about it.

ThunderbirdSport302
08-10-2012, 04:25 PM
but I don't want my girls thinking that tattoos are ok

narrow-minded thinking being pushed onto a child is a worse problem than whether or not someone has a tattoo. With all the bullshit that one encounters online, on tv, in a movie, on the radio, yadda yadda, coming across a tatted person at the gas station is the least of my concern.

It's individuality...which is something that should NEVER be criticized.
(and yes, I am of the inked group of people...so go ahead, stereotype me.)


I always wanted to do an arm band with the emblem but I never did. I've owned mine for 22 years now, I guess that's enough proof how I feel about it.

I've thought about a tat based on the c pillar emblem of the '87-8 Birds across my shoulders, done in black, with a border of Ford blue around the outer edge.

347Thunder
08-10-2012, 05:52 PM
I dont think tats are a very individual thing these days, I feel like everyone and their mother has them, I just want to set a good example for my children, and have them make a good choice when it comes down to everyone else is doing it. It also helps the fight when you practice what you preach, smoking,drinking.....

Crazy88
08-10-2012, 07:00 PM
Right on 347. Every parent should be free to believe what they wish and teach their beliefs to their own children, as they see fit. To avoid hypocrisy, we parents should make no value judgements of another person, their character or their choices based ONLY on whether they choose to mark their bodies or not, and of course practice what we teach.