A non-chicken cartoon- this cartoon was inspired when I drove by a tattoo place in a local town. I started thinking about what if a young quilter (yes, they do exist!) got a quilting motif tattoo, then you were to fast forward to 40 years later. LOL!
Any thoughts? Cheers, Carla
that’s why my tattoo is on my ankle … no where to go as time marches on! Thanks for the giggle.
LOL Sylvia, smart gal!
Please, if you get a body tattoo at 21, cover the body at 61. And if you share a bedroom always undress in the dark!
That’s why I waited till after 50 to get my first tattoo. Everything’s already sagged, so I think I’m safe now! ;p
Pretty funny, Linda!! This cartoon was not autobiographical, by the way. LOL
Good catoon Carla 🙂 I do love your new header too.
Way to funny and true.
How true, how true!
What a stitch!!! I love it. Was always too chicken to get a real tatoo. Had one of those that washes off in time though. 🙂 Dar
While I can appreciate tasteful body art on others, I do not have any on mine. I do know that for anyone over 40, tattoos were often more associated with a lower socioeconomic status. For young adults now, the previous stigma is not as relevant and tats are considered more “mainstream” than in previous generations. What are your thoughts?
Too funny! That’s what I tried to explain to my now ex-daughter in law when he got roses tatted to her boob. Thankfully I won’t be seeing that in 30 years!
Funny, Sharon!! I thought about drawing the tattoo on the backside, but figured I would keep my cartoon “G” rated… LOL!
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