Saturday, March 19, 2011

Bizarre Tattoo Chronicles, Edition #371

My last client of the day was a gen-u-ine cowboy. 6'5", his feet ALMOST dangled off the end of the table. He strode in wearing jeans, boots, hat, and belt with a semi-discreet prize buckle. (Meaning it wasn't quite the size of a dinner-plate.)

The massage proceeded apace, and I draped him to work on his foot and right leg. And froze.

For there it was. THE tattoo.

Picture this: A peanut M&M. Wearing a cowboy hat. Brandishing a revolver. Smirking, while saying, "Melts in your mouth, not in your hands*."

And the tattoo is VERY high up his right quadriceps muscle.

Wonder what he's trying to say with that...?

*rolls eyes*

*yes, it was plural.


Old NFO said...

Don't have a clue, and don't think I WANT to know...LOL

Bag Blog said...

I'm with NFO on this one.

North said...

Whatever could that mean? *looks innocent*

Julie said...

mmm, i'm with the guys, there are somethings just not worth knowing ....

Guffaw in AZ said...

When I was 4 or 5, I scientifically tested the commercials' claim - melts in your mouth, NOT in your hand.
I awoke to a big mess in my hand.
I was outraged, how could they LIE like that!
This has nothing to do with you post. (I don't wanna know.)

Brigid said...

Could have been worse, remember the candy bar from Hershey's?

"It’s more than a mouthful– it’s Whatchamacallit!”

Christina LMT said...

I had forgotten about that one...LOL.