and it always gets me excited.
I always see all these girls with their entire bodies covered with pretty pictures and drawings of things that they love and things that inspire them. They are literally walking pieces of art.
I always get kind of nervous when I think about actually getting more and getting larger pieces done but I can never tell if its just me being excited or me being hesitant. I LOVE them! I think what holds me back is just how permanent it really is. At the same time, THAT IS THE THRILL OF IT!!! I talk about it constantly with my friends and family so it isn’t any new sort of phase I’m going through and it won’t be for them when I finally do start my collection.
Anyways the point I am trying to make is just that people sometimes worry about what their tattoos will look like when they are older or how they will be perceived? I don’t worry about that at all anymore because you are going to get old and wrinkly anyway so why not do it all inked up! You’ll look way more badass and your grandkids will think you are even cooler.
So here’s to Mission Inked Olive!
ihideinmymusic asked: However, I can't say I agree with you that many other actresses were prettier than her. If you go to my archives and look through all the many, many pictures from several months of postings, I think you will find many photographs that attest to her absolute beauty. I think she had a wonderful facial structure. Joan Bennett was pretty but I've seen prettier like Elizabeth Taylor in the mid to late 1950s and Vivien Leigh in the '30s. Loretta Young I find odd-looking save one photo. (cont'd...)
Sorry I replied too quickly before reading any of these. I guess I need to read my original post again. I by any means don’t think that Audrey is ugly! She is a classy broad as our most of the girls from that era. I am totally on the same page with on adoring old Hollywood because that is why I also enjoy the movies and old photographs. One of my things is odd beauty, I’m very attracted to unconventional looking people.(Claudette Colbert) I don’t expect everyone else to be but I guess back to my point was I wish people would really look into the person they are “adoring” and understand why and not just choose the norm. I’m not judging by any means, if it’s Audrey, it’s Audrey. “Happy girls are the prettiest” ;-)
Anonymous asked: Okay, so there are a lot of 'Audrey fans' that really do give the rest of us a bad name, because frankly even I gett annoyed at a lot of girls that claim to adore her, but I admire Audrey for many, many reasons. One being that she hid secret messages in her slippers during WWII for Russia...
Oh cool. I completely understand where you are coming from and I wasn’t trying to say Audrey is talentless because I do believe she can act. It’s just that alot of people stick to what’s popular instead of really looking more into the genre/industry or even the actual person. I’m in love with the whole era and everything involved with it, not everyone is so that’s understandable. Thanks for your thoughts on it.
but I don’t really care for Audrey Hepburn. AT ALL! There were so many girls in the same industry during the same time period that were much prettier. I say “prettier” set aside talent, because all these girls now who have probably never even seen one of her movies think Oh Audrey!!
She’s very overplayed. Ladies like Joan Bennett or Loretta Young were much prettier in my opinion. I’m only bringing this up because my dash was filled with pics of Audrey all morning posted by 12-14 year olds. I want them to name one reason (besides everyone else likes her) that they like her. hmm?
Don’t get me started on Marilyn..