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    Well, I hope he does good work for that kind of demand! My next tat will be when I make the 2012 Olympic team, haha.

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    Here is my Great White, inked Oct. 15th, pic taken right after it was finished: http://www.outpost31.com/todd/images/GWtattoo.jpg

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    4 tats
    1 - ORCA with goggles in mouth on left calf
    2- 2 hearts with my & wife's name
    3- Ironman with 140.6 on upper back at the neck
    4- butterflyer & freestyler in water on rt arm

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    Re: Tattoos on Swimmers

    I want a big whale over my big stomach

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    No tatoos for me thanks. But back in 1988 or 89, I was in Diego Garcia, and there was this drunk Australian sailor who was wandering around showing everyone a tatoo of a spider web he had tatooed on the end of his you-know-what. OUCH!!!

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    Pick something important in your life!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdrcld View Post
    No tatoos for me thanks. But back in 1988 or 89, I was in Diego Garcia, and there was this drunk Australian sailor who was wandering around showing everyone a tatoo of a spider web he had tatooed on the end of his you-know-what. OUCH!!!
    In my forensic pathology rotation, I saw a guy (dead) with "USDA" tatooed to his John Thomas--I wasn't impressed--although he was dead and there is the shrinkage factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt Dickson View Post
    In my forensic pathology rotation, I saw a guy (dead) with "USDA" tatooed to his John Thomas--I wasn't impressed--although he was dead and there is the shrinkage factor.
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    Todd--that is an incredibly nice tattoo. Is it still healing, or is that pink fleshy stuff part of the design? It seems almost 3D.

    Kurt, my limited knowledge of USDA beef suggests that the grades are, in reverse order of desirability by the consumer:

    Grade C
    Grade B
    Grade A
    Prime
    Choice
    Fancy

    I think your DOA, god rest his soul, would have undercut his desire to appear masculine if he had stamped his member with an actual grade.

    I mean, who wants to put USDA Grade C on his manhood, though this arguably would be the toughest, most grizzled, and least marbled way to go.

    On the other hand, if you opt to invite the attention of gourmands, I think that USDA Fancy might attract a different kind of consumer than I think he was after. Probably he should have reconsidered having any kind of permanent endorsement here by a federal agency.

    Best solution: though some want to get the government off their backs, I say everyone should want to get government off their peni.

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    Re: Tattoos on Swimmers

    Quote Originally Posted by jim thornton View Post
    Best solution: though some want to get the government off their backs, I say everyone should want to get government off their peni.

    I guess I could go with "Imported" as a design...or some other designs that make me titter:
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwimStud View Post
    "Caution: May Contain Nuts!"
    This really made me chortle. I love the "may" part. Dang, you Brits are droll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim thornton View Post
    Todd--that is an incredibly nice tattoo. Is it still healing, or is that pink fleshy stuff part of the design? It seems almost 3D.

    Kurt, my limited knowledge of USDA beef suggests that the grades are, in reverse order of desirability by the consumer:

    Grade C
    Grade B
    Grade A
    Prime
    Choice
    Fancy

    I think your DOA, god rest his soul, would have undercut his desire to appear masculine if he had stamped his member with an actual grade.

    I mean, who wants to put USDA Grade C on his manhood, though this arguably would be the toughest, most grizzled, and least marbled way to go.

    On the other hand, if you opt to invite the attention of gourmands, I think that USDA Fancy might attract a different kind of consumer than I think he was after. Probably he should have reconsidered having any kind of permanent endorsement here by a federal agency.

    Best solution: though some want to get the government off their backs, I say everyone should want to get government off their peni.
    Yes, I've always wondered why there was no grade there--perhaps he ran out of room. I'm sure there was a little whiskey tango (white trash) component there and so he possibly did not know any better.

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    stud -
    by far the best response i have ever read!
    lmao
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    We all know that beef is not as good for you as fish!

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    jim,

    Thanks. The photo was taken minutes after it was finished so it was still tender and a bit bloody...... I am having a Tiger shark done in the middle on April 3rd.

    And here is a pic taken minutes after finishing the 2008 Bonaire EcoSwim 5k race: http://www.outpost31.com/todd/Bonaire/bonaire%20090.jpg
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    Re: Tattoos on Swimmers

    Quote Originally Posted by jim thornton View Post
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    Kurt, my limited knowledge of USDA beef suggests that the grades are, in reverse order of desirability by the consumer:

    Grade C
    Grade B
    Grade A
    Prime
    Choice
    Fancy
    <snip>
    There is one other... "Grade D but edible". I saw this once, stamped on an empty lunchmeat packing box in my high school cafeteria.
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    Thrashing slug, just a quick note to thank you for the chortles you have provided me with 1) Grade D, and 2) the Road Hazzard swimming stereotype.

    And girded by this feeling of mirth, I now set my sights on the fate of the Magnificent Pittsburgh Steelers as they prepare to contend with the Tennessee Titans.

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    If I win at Nationals, I'll get a #1 on my arm!!

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    Very cool link, thanks for posting. Neat to see Olympic swimmers with shark tats.
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