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August 28, 2006 at 1:37 am (Uncategorized)

20060312-deepmachine.jpgDecades! I’ve been listening to the Rolling Stones for decades. And though I’m not a rabid fan, I’m fairly familiar with their work. And all my life, I thought Mick was singing “Hey! Hee! Get offa my cloud!” I’ve been singing it that way myself all these years, often loudly and in public. Is it any wonder I am thought a fool? Just today, the error of my ways was pointed out by my wife, who was born maybe a decade after that song hit the charts.

I suck with song lyrics. I have a deep appreciation for words, yet I tend to listen to them phonetically. There is a great LIVE song called “All Over You” which features the line: “Our love is like water…” Only, I sing it the way I hear it. Specifically: “Our love is, like Walter…”

Damn, I’m dumb. When I was a kid (of 25), I thought the line from Dust in the Wind went: “nothing lasts forever but the Windex shine…” Which makes for a great ad campaign but really raunchy song lyrics. And in one of my all-time favorites, Don’t Fear the Reaper, I still sing: “Cesars don’t fear the reaper…” instead of “seasons don’t fear the reaper,” which makes infinitely more sense.

I won’t even get into the way I mangle the lyrics to “Go Ask Alice” or how I still believe the words to Dream On sound like: “sing windmills, sing for the year…” Not to mention how I sing the opening line to Smoke on the Water: “we all came out to mount her…”

Damn, I’m dumb.


  1. Mainetarr said,

    In high school, my friend Shelly thought the classic Hall and Oates song Maneater was about a Mexican girl named Bandita. Fuggin idiot. Myself, it was “Blinded by the light, racked up like a douche in the middle of the night” instead of revved up like a deuce, another runner in the night. Damn, I’m dumb too.

  2. Bobbie said,

    Elvira, anyone?

  3. K2 said,

    MT, I’m still wondering what ‘revved up like a deuce’ means. Never cared for Springsteen. Just too Jersey for me.

    For Neil Young’s ‘Walk On,’ I used to sing, ‘Some get strong, some get strange . . . ,’ when actually, it’s ‘Some get stoned, some get strange . . .’ How I missed that one for 10 years, I’ll never know.

  4. Gil said,

    You missed it because asshats like Neil Young can’t enunciate, let alone carry a tune in a fucking bucket

  5. jarheaddoc said,

    Then you might’s well put fucking Bob Dylan and His Mouthful of Garbles Band in there. How his kid ever learned to speak, let along sing, clearly is beyond me.

    Amd before you get you testicels torsed, Gil, that doesn’t mean I support either one: I can just understand Jacob, and that’s all I’m saying

  6. K2 said,

    Neil’s one of our great Americans, and he’s Canadian.

    And if you can’t enjoy most of Bob’s work from ’62 to ’76, well, I really don’t know what to say. He obviously was/is loved by real musicians and singers, to wit Hendrix, Garcia, the Band, the Beatles, Emily Lou Harris, Johnny Cash, Neil, et al. Cash himself says, in ‘Live at Folsom Prison,’ that Dylan is ‘ . . . the best songwriter of this (that) generation.’

  7. Oopsy said,

    I dont have any trouble understanding Dylan, gravel-voiced or not, he is the king of song poets (IMHO). But I always heard “douche in the night,” too, and wondered….’

    When I get TOO frustrated listening to pop (old pop for me, that is), I turn to opera in Italian or such, and dont try to understand any of it. Just hum along.

  8. AO said,

    I alway’s thought Jimi Hendrix was singing “Excuse me while I kiss this guy”. I could never understand why he wanted to kiss a guy.

  9. K2 said,

    I would argue that Hendrix’s cover of Dylan’s ‘All Along the Watchtower’ is the best cover song ever.

    But Noel Redding, the Experience’s dead bassist said, a few years ago, that he much preferred Dylan’s original version. Noel really was a prick for the most part.

    D’you know Hendrix wanted Stephen Stills to play bass, shortly before Jimi’s death? Apparently, Stills’ manager at the time tought it was a bad career move for Stills, so he never relayed the message to Stills. Needless to say, Stills was not a happy man when he found out years later. Maybe he could’ve been the one true friend who could’ve watched out for Jimi, unlike of all his parasitic acquantances who never did. Biggest loss in modern musical history, I think.

  10. Mandy, the obit writer said,

    Two rather amusing collections of mis-heard song lyrics were published in the mid-90s, “Scuse Me while I kiss this guy” and “He’s Got the Whole World in his pants.” While the second book may be out of print, you can still find the first.

  11. LaFlamme said,

    If there’s one song that whisks me back to my adolescenec, it’s Jimi’s “Are you Experienced.” Particularly that opening riff, or whatever you call it: “wick wick wick, wicka wicka wick…”

  12. LaFlamme said,

    By the by. Did anyone figure out what song is represented by the title of this song?

  13. LaFlamme said,

    Sometimes, what you think are misheard lyrics are really just accurate, stupid ones. Such as those from Sister Christian: “You’re motoring. What’s your price for flight? And finding Mr. Right? You’ll be alright tonight…”
    What the hell does THAT mean?

  14. Crystal said,

    Don’t forget the classic from Fleetwood Mac
    Just like the 1 winged dove….sings a song, sounds like she’s singing- oooh baby ohh baby ooh

  15. Crystal said,

    or my friend who thought “I wanna be Sedated” was “I wanna piece of tail” Big difference!

  16. LaFlamme said,

    What? Stevie DOESN’T say “one-winged dove?” My world is in tatters.

  17. lost shoe said,

    If it wasn’t “-scuse me while I kiss this guy-”
    and ” Hey! Hey! Hee! Hee! Get offa my cloud!” –
    ~~~~~~then what was it??????

  18. lost shoe said,

    ok, kiss the sky.~~~~~~
    But what was the ~ “hey hey hee hee get offa my cloud” ~ one?

  19. LaFlamme said,

    Apparently, it’s Hey, You, get offa my cloud. Only, Mick pronounces it as “Hey, yeeew, get offa…”

  20. lost shoe said,

    oh, it does make more sense than hey hee….

  21. AO said,

    A friend of mine thought that “I’m hot blooded, check it and see” was “I’m hot blooded, checking the scene”…cracked me.

  22. LaFlamme said,

    How about 80’s classic “Don’t you want me Baby?” Millions heard it as: “Don’t Chew on me Baby.”

  23. Mandy, the obit writer said,

    This one may be slightly obscure, but when I first heard Kate Bush’s “Running Up that Hill” I heard “swap our places” as “swallow places.”

  24. Mainetarr said,

    What about Nirvana–Here we are now, entertain us. I thought it was here we are now, in containers. When I brought up this subject at work today, someone at the hospital said she thought “might as well face it, you’re addicted to love” was “might at well face it, you’re a dickhead in love.”

  25. Mainetarr said,

    Another good one was “O Canada, we stand on guard for thee” and all these years I have been singing “O Canada, we stand on cars and freeze.” Yup, I am dumb, no doubt about it. At least I don’t sing loudly.

  26. LaFlamme said,

    Ha! Even Canadians don’t know the real words to that song. I think it’s officially: “O’ Canada… duh da da da da duh…”

  27. Blumpkin said,

    Men at Work – from ‘Who can it be now?”

    I heard “I like it here with my chocolate friend”
    Really is “I like it here with my childhood friend”

    and from:

    The Police – “Every Breath you Take”

    I heard “I’m a pool hall ace”
    Really is “How my poor heart breaks”

    My favorite story is one of the Go-Go’s in Austrailia. The fans were yelling for them to play ‘Alex the Seal’. They figured out they wanted ‘Our lips are Sealed’

  28. Mainetarr said,

    Ha ha Alex the seal!! hahahahaha

    Don’t feel too bad Blumpkin, another one I botched was Hotel California “warm smell of colitas rising up through the air” I thought it was warm smell of policemen rising up through the air”. What exactly does “policemen” smell like?

  29. jarheaddoc said,

    I don’t recall any misheard lyrics, but I do recall a Weird Al video of him lampooning the shit out of Curt Cobain and Nirvana. ‘Smells like teen spirit” maybe?

  30. K2 said,


  31. Mainetarr said,

    ANd on that Police Song, I thought it was “how my poo hole aches.”

  32. jarheaddoc said,

    K2, check out:

    It gives an explanation about what’s meant by ‘wrapped up like a deuce”

    I can’t vouch for the credibility fo the site, but it’s a reference, and I know you love those.

  33. jarheaddoc said,

    Oh, here’s one I recall, Styx, Renegade:

    Oh mama I’m in fear of my life from the long arm of the Lord,

  34. Mainetarr said,

    Kip said what about Smells Like Teen Spirit…
    supposed to be:
    A mullatto
    An albino
    a mosquito
    my libido

    He had ALWAYS sang
    a mullatto
    an albino
    playing keno

    And I thought I was a loser….Ha!

  35. LaFlamme said,

    My poo hole aches! I’m dying over here!

  36. jarheaddoc said,

    Well, there’s little to no sense in changing thought patterns that have obviously helped you reach adulthood, MT

  37. jarheaddoc said,

    So what is the blog title referring to, Mark?

  38. LaFlamme said,

    Oh, yeah. Thanks for asking. It’s “Big Old Jet Airliner,” by Steve Miller.

  39. jarheaddoc said,

    Speaking of Mr. Miller, just what in the hell is ‘the pompatus of love?” I cannot find that word in any dictionary, even the urban slang thing.

  40. newsflasher said,

    Karr won’t be prosecuted, DNA not a match.

  41. LaFlamme said,

    Remember Men at Work’s “A Land Down Under?” I always thought he said: “He gave me a bite of my sandwich” instead of “gave me a vegemite sandwich.”

  42. LaFlamme said,

    Nights in White Satin:
    What the Moody Blues sang: “letters I’ve written, never meaning to send.”
    What I heard: “Letters are Britain… never mean to send.”

  43. AO said,

    A Straight Dope Classic from Cecil’s storehouse of human knowledge


    In Steve Miller’s “The Joker,” what is “the pompatus of love”?


    Dear Cecil:

    What does “pompatus” mean? There’s a movie out now called The Pompatus of Love, and of course it contains the Steve Miller song as a theme. I can’t find “pompatus” in the dictionary. Any clues? –Cane95, via America Online

    Cecil replies:

    Clues? Pfui. We have cracked the freaking case, thanks to some outstanding legwork by Jon Cryer–actor, cowriter, and coproducer of the movie Pompatus of Love–and my new assistant, J.K. Fabian. J.K. has what it takes to make a real impact in this business: pluck, luck, and an outstanding record collection.

    “Pompatus” mystified millions when Steve Miller used it in his 1973 hit “The Joker”: “Some people call me the space cowboy. / Yeah! Some call me the gangster of love. / Some people call me Maurice, / Cause I speak of the Pompatus of love.”

    “Space cowboy” and “gangster of love” referred to earlier Miller songs. Maurice was from Miller’s 1972 tune “Enter Maurice,” which appeared on the album Recall the Beginning … A Journey From Eden. “Enter Maurice” had this lyric: “My dearest darling, come closer to Maurice so I can whisper sweet words of epismetology in your ear and speak to you of the pompitous of love.”

    Great, now there were two mystery words. What’s more, it appeared even Miller himself was uncertain how pompatus was spelled. It appeared as “pompatus” in at least two books of sheet music but as “pompitous” in the lyrics included with “Recall the Beginning.”

    Miller has said little about the P-word over the years. In at least one interview, fans say, he claimed “it doesn’t mean anything–it’s just jive talk.”

    Not quite.

    Some sharp-eared music fan noticed the “Enter Maurice” lyric above bore a marked resemblance to some lines in a rhythm and blues tune called “The Letter” by the Medallions. The song had been a hit in R & B circles in 1954. J.K. found the record. It had the lines, “Oh my darling, let me whisper sweet words of [something like epismetology] and discuss the [something like pompatus] of love.” J.K. tried to find the sheet music for the song, but came up only with the Box Tops hit (“My baby, she wrote me a letter”).

    Then came a stroke of luck. Jon Cryer the movie guy had stumbled onto the secret of pompatus. Eager to reveal it to the world, he sent it to–who, Rolling Stone? The New York Times?

    Of course not. He sent it to us.

    Speculation about “pompatus” was a recurring motif in the script for The Pompatus of Love. While the movie was in postproduction Cryer heard about “The Letter.” During a TV interview he said that the song had been written and sung by a member of the Medallions named Vernon Green. Green, still very much alive, was dozing in front of the tube when the mention of his name caught his attention. He immediately contacted Cryer.

    Green had never heard “The Joker.” Cryer says that when he played it for Green “he laughed his ass off.” Green’s story:

    “You have to remember, I was a very lonely guy at the time. I was only 14 years old, I had just run away from home, and I walked with crutches,” Green told Cryer. He scraped by singing songs on the streets of Watts.

    One song was “The Letter,” Green’s attempt to conjure up his dream woman. The mystery words, J.K. ascertained after talking with Green, were “puppetutes” and “pizmotality.” (Green wasn’t much for writing things down, so the spellings are approximate.)

    “Pizmotality described words of such secrecy that they could only be spoken to the one you loved,” Green told Cryer. And puppetutes? “A term I coined to mean a secret paper-doll fantasy figure [thus puppet], who would be my everything and bear my children.” Not real PC, but look, it was 1954.

    Green went on to record many other songs and is still writing today. He can be reached at P.O. Box 1394, Perris, CA 92572.

    Steve Miller must have loved R & B. Another line from “The Joker” goes “I really love your peaches, wanna shake your tree. / Lovey dovey, lovey dovey, lovey dovey all the time.” A similar line may be found in the Clovers’ 1953 hit “Lovey Dovey”: “I really love your peaches wanna shake your tree / Lovey dovey, lovey dovey all the time.”

    When I spoke to Miller’s publicist Jim Welch about these remarkable coincidences, he said Miller’s comment was “artistic license.” Pressed a bit, Welch said Miller acknowledged that he’d been “influenced” by earlier artists. Not perhaps the most forthcoming statement in the world. But at least

  44. LaFlamme said,

    Madonna: Last night I dreamt of San Pedro.
    What it sounds like: Young girl with eyes like potatoes

  45. AO said,

    Oops..sorry, some of it was cut off.

  46. LaFlamme said,

    Meatloaf: glowing like the metal on the edge of a knife
    What it sounds like: growing like a meadow on the engine tonight

  47. newsflasher said,

    channel 13 news- in a few minutes, story about the dna & the “creature” ???

  48. LaFlamme said,

    John Cougar Menstrual Cramp: I fight authority, authority always wins
    What it sounds like: I found a thorn tree, a thorn tree always wins

  49. LaFlamme said,

    Deep Purple: Smoke on the water, fire in the sky
    What it sounds like: Slow cousin Walter, is firing this guy

  50. AO said,

    Meatloaf stinks.

  51. AO said,

    When I was a kid, I had the hardest time understanding a part of The Flintstone’s theme song. My sister finally cleared it up years later.

  52. LaFlamme said,

    TV theme sone lyrics are whacky. WIth the Brady bunch, I thought for sure it said: “That the screw, would somehow form a family…”

  53. LaFlamme said,

    Flintstones, Meet the Flintstones
    They’re the modern stone-age family
    From the town of Bedrock
    They’re a page right out of history

    Let’s ride with the family down the street
    Through the courtesy of Fred’s two feet
    When you’re with the Flinstones
    Have a yabba dabba doo time
    A dabba doo time
    You’ll have a gay old time

  54. lostwolf said,

    I remember that one.

    what happened to the news story about the creature – coming up at 6:00?

  55. Dave said,

    In a gadda da vida, baby. uh uh uh uh uh blah blah blah blah blah blah >>>>. blah blah blah

  56. AO said,

    “In da gada da vida baby”…at least that’s what I thought they sang. What the HELL does that mean? And, does anyone remember the CHEERS episode when Sam is trying to remember “Backseat Becky’s” favorite song? One of his first guesses was “In dagada da vida bab…whatever…

  57. Linda said,

    Well — that wasn’t much of a story on channel 13! could they spare the air time?

  58. AO said,

    I guess not. I blinked and I missed it!

  59. jarheaddoc said,

    I didn’t see the story, but from what you guys are saying, it just proves the two seconds of fleeting fame thing. You guys think that the locals will still claim ‘the truth is out there’?

  60. Dave said,

    If my last post seems odd, its because it deleted/changed … 20 minute guitar solo… between the blah blah blah’s…

    At least you don’t have to remember words when there’s a guitar solo going on.

    The actual lyrics…
    In-a-gadda-da-vida, honey
    Don’t you know that I’m lovin’ you
    In-a-gadda-da-vida, baby
    Don’t you know that I’ll always be true

    Oh, won’t you come with me
    And take my hand
    Oh, won’t you come with me
    And walk this land
    Please take my hand
    In-a-gadda-da-vida, honey

    The Simpsons did a great spoof on it, with Bart switching sheet music in the church – with the crowd breaking out singing “In a Garden of Eden”, by L. Ron Butterly.

  61. AO said,

    But, Dave, just what does :In-a-gadda-da-vida, baby, mean?

  62. newsflasher said,

    They said it’s a dog, then they said:
    “the mother’s definitely a dog, the father’s most probably a dog”
    so does that mean there’s a doubt?

  63. gadda said,

    vida means life… .. that’s all I know….

  64. jarheaddoc said,

    Hmm, ‘in a garden of life” I can see where the comparison to the female reproductive tract would be appropriate

  65. LaFlamme said,

    Seriously, In a Gada Davita was supposed to be “In a Garden of Eden,” the the lead singer of Iron Butterfly was hammered as they were rehearshing it. They liked the way his slurred version sounded so much, they kept it that way.

  66. LaFlamme said,

    Lotta easily misunderstood lyrics in “Whiter Shade of Pale,” too.

  67. K2 said,

    Yes, true, but he was high on acid. Ummm, dude . . . your face is melting.

  68. LaFlamme said,

    Man, I’m listening to Deep Purple’s “Highway Star” right now. Try NOT driving 100 mph when you’re listening to this tune.

  69. Mainetarr said,

    J Geil’s sings “My angel is a centerfold” We hear “My anus is the center hole.”

  70. Mainetarr said,

    Jarhead, don’t mess with me. So I heard a few songs weird and I couldn’t understand the poo hole aches, but hey, at least it’s funny. Now I am sitting here thinking of all the songs I have massacred over the years and I have to admit, it’s damn funny.

  71. AO said,

    Mt, Which song from The Police had “my poo hole aches’? Every breath you take?

  72. Mainetarr said,

    see comment 27

  73. K2 said,

    A sad day in rock-n-roll. Like Keith can’t smoke a butt on stage? Crazy.

  74. AO said,

    Didn’t he just fall out of a tree? IF I have the right Stoner then…light up!!

  75. Gil said,

    Listening to Sting
    On the john eating tacos
    How my poo hole aches

    Poo hole – hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

  76. Dave said,

    We should all be amazed that Keith Richards is still alive.

  77. Dave said,

    Of course, nobody has yet mentioned the ultimate song in not knowing the lyrics –
    Louie Louie….

    Louie Louie, oh baby, me gotta go.
    Louie Louie, oh baby, me gotta go.
    A fine little girl, she waits for me.
    Me catch the ship across the sea.
    I sailed the ship all alone.
    I never think I’ll make it home.

    Louie Louie, me gotta go.
    Three nights and days we sailed the sea.
    Me think of girl constantly.
    On the ship, I dream she there.
    I smell the rose in her hair.

    Louie Louie, me gotta go.
    Me see Jamaican moon above.
    It won’t be long me see me love.
    Me take her in my arms and then
    I tell her I never leave again.

    Louie Louie, oh baby, I said we gotta go

    I just looked this up. All these years I got bye with “me gotta go now… yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah….”

  78. AO said,

    Dave, I was just singing that song to my son. “Sans the toga.” How funny is that?

  79. LaFlamme said,

    What the hell? Talk about neutering a rock star. Guy gives up cocaine, heroine, booze, crank, hash, amphetamines and glue sniffing and gets in trouble for lighting up a fag on stage.

  80. Nadine said,

    Remember when “Funky Town” came out? *giggles*

  81. Nadine said,

    MT, I copied and pasted this from the last blog, and since the bi-polar theme is still playing out there (heh), I figured you may miss it. To everyone else, sorry for the repeat!

    “MT, my trip was great, thanks! It was a LOT cooler then I’d wished it to be, but we had a blast anyway. Rides and games, baked in the sun, GOT baked in the sun (4 u K2!), got a new tattoo, lots of swimming (ocean, hot-tub, and pool, lol!), and I rode a Ferris Wheel for the first time in my life — with my son, and it was his first time too!”

  82. LaFlamme said,

    Whoa, whoa, whoa! Slow down there, missy. What’s the new tattoo?

  83. lost shoe said,

    what other blog?

  84. Nadine said,

    yesterday’s blog, sorry for the confusion, lol.

    Mark, my new tatt is on the left side of my neck. It is a yin/yang symbol (black and white) with a smile on the yin, and a frown on the yang (only way to explain it). My life is all about extremes baby! So, this one suits me well, heh.

    You can find it here:

    It’s blurry — I took the pic myself, which was quite difficult, and it is not even healed yet so it isn’t at it’s best (ewww, scabby!! hehe!).

    I have 5 tattoos and this one hurt the absolute worst, by far!

  85. Mainetarr said,

    Oh man, Nadine, THAT had to be painful!!!! You are a helluva lot braver than I am , that’s for sure, no flippin way would I get a tatoo. Uh-uh. Nope. Way too chicken for that.

  86. K2 said,

    I find it impossible to believe Richards has quit the booze and drugs. Tell me it ain’t true. Please.

    D’you see his fingers? Total rheumatoid arthritis. My mom’s finger joints are the same way — permanently swollen from autoimmunity.

    Nadine, nothing quite like a reefer in the sun. Hope you had a frosty beverage to go with.

    And no tattoos on this loser. Almost got one back before they were en vogue, in ’90 or so. Quite honestly, I’m glad I didn’t. To me, tattoos are just too omnipresent anymore. (No offense, Nadine.)

  87. lost shoe said,

    I like that tattoo, why didn’t I think of that design?

  88. brenda said,

    When I got my butterfly one, I was thinking of putting one on my back that was similar to yours, but different- in the same shape as the yin/yang, but to somehow make it look like mermaids because I’m a pisces. The only reason I didn’t get it done was because I had military orders to leave the country & my duffle backpack sets right on that part of my back & I wouldn’t have had time for it to heal.

  89. LaFlamme said,

    Uh oh. I smell a “show off your tattoo” blog.

  90. brenda said,

    not showing off mine for awhile—-my tattoo is 30 years old and really faded, it needs to be re-done somehow. That’s what I should give myself for my next birthday! A tattoo fixup + a new tattoo!

  91. Linda said,

    I’m with you MT — no needles, it’s my biggest phobia. I can hardly even darn socks! So tattoos won’t be happening for me, too bad.

  92. Bobbie said,

    It’s amazinghow someone can be so afraid of needles yet get a tattoo.

  93. Linda said,

    General anesthesia, Bobbie? is that your secret?

  94. K2 said,

    I smell a I-smell-your-sphincter-from-here blog.

  95. brenda said,

    I’m “tough” ! When I was approaching my 13th birthday, my step mom teased me that I’m too scared of needles to get peirced ears. Then we made a bet- if I got me ears peirced, I could get pretty earrings for my birthday- so I did. And don’t believe them when they say it doesn’t hurt. It hurts a lot, but it’s quick & it’s over.
    Then, everyone I ever know who had a tattoo said, “I was drunk, and woke up with this tattoo” –well, I thought that’s dumb.
    When I was in the Army, I was trained to give shots & IV , and the 18 year old blonde who was my partner had given blood to the red cross the previous day, and ran 5 miles in the PT test that morning (we all did that) and then, when I was hesitating to put the needle in her arm- I didn’t want to hurt her, and then she fainted! So I did the IV practice on an Airborn Ranger with veins popping out his muscular arms, and I passed the test. However, I am glad I never had to do it again, as I went on to another training after medic.
    The Airborn Ranger had gorgeous tattoos, they were art, so I asked him to take me to his tattooist, and I had mine done, sober. I was tough, I was a soldier! I kept thinking that as these teenager boys watched me get the tattoo without flinching. It was funny to watch their faces. He gave me a discount because I didn’t move.

  96. JmDx said,

    When we were “young” my friends and I thought the beginning of “Smoke On the Water” was “We all go out to Rumford”, and that the song referred to our mill next to the Androscoggin….ya….we were lame…..

  97. Bobbie said,

    I was actually referring to my daughter when I made that remark in #92. She is deathly afraid of needles (and has been since she was a baby-it took 5 people to hold her down any time that she had a shot), but she managed to get a tattoo. I’m still thinking about getting 3 small ones-the favorite cartoon characters of the kids. Not sure where I’d have them placed tho.

    My SIL has his kids’ name tattooed on his back, plus he has his surface warfare insignia tattooed on his chest and on his arm is a tattoo that’s a combination of something to do with the Navy and a nickname that his mother used to call him. That one came out looking pretty good.

  98. Chris Templeton said,

    Google is the best search engine

  99. greekspool said,

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