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Wicked Alien Back Tattoo

There’s a lot to be said for commitment.

First, Chris said to herself, “Yeah, I sure would like an Alien tattoo.” Then she spent three years finding just the right design.

And when she finally pulled the trigger, she didn’t settle for a measly ankle or bicep tattoo. No. She plastered that bad boy right across her back.

Alien Tattoo
“I guess I really love the Alien character.” Yeah, I guess.

As she put it:

It took 4 1/2 hrs, one session and it was painful.

Which could also describe the Oscars broadcast. Or sitting through the Star Wars prequels. Or my last blind date, for that matter. (At least you can’t catch face herpes from watching The Phantom Menace.)

Aliens Tattoo

In case you’re wondering, that completely wicked design was inspired by the cover of the Dark Horse Aliens comic “Salvation.”

Good call not including the creepy dude with the bloody tie.

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3 comments… add one
  • nickolai April 18, 2008, 12:01 pm

    I DVR’ed James Cameron’s Aliens a couple weeks ago, and I think I’ve re-watched it about a dozen times since.

    Bill Paxton + Cameron is a recipe for success. Until Titanic, that is…

  • hi September 8, 2008, 7:34 pm

    is that still technically a tramp stamp? lol g/j making it easy for us guys to differentiate between the tramps and the potential g/f material.

  • Retoru September 8, 2008, 11:19 pm

    Yeah, pop culture tattoos are always a good idea. In a few decades when nobody gives a shit about those movies you’ll have a nice conversation piece splayed across your back that’ll allow you to recount your tales of sci-fi movies of a bygone era.

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