miss_s_b: (Self: Tattoo)
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There is nothing I want to say right now other than the following:

AAAAARGH IT ITCHES! NO IT REALLY ITCHES! YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND QUITE HOW MUCH IT ITCHES AND I CAN'T SCRATCH IT BECAUSE IF I DO THE INK MIGHT BLEED OUT BUT OH MY SWEET CTHULHU IT ITCHES. I CAN'T EVEN SOAK IT IN THE BATH FOR ANOTHER NINE DAYS BECAUSE YOU CAN'T SOAK A NEW TATTOO! ARGH ARGH ARGH!

Thank you for you concern in this matter.

... Seriously though. I have had several tattoos before, but this is the first one I have had on an area with significant hair (I'm not a massively hairy person, so my leg hair is basically confined to my shins and the stray single pubes that work their way inexorably down my inner thighs as I get older). And of course, if you have a tattoo somewhere hairy you have to shave it first. So not only do you get the hair-growing-back itch that you get any time you shave anywhere, but you get new tattoo itch and the hair growing back gets caught in the scabs on the new tattoo and the urge to scratch and scab pick is almost unbearable...

So yeah. ARRRRRGH IT ITCHES.

Date: Sunday, May 1st, 2016 08:43 pm (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
That Widow chappie...

"This post has been tagged: wangst"

Isn't wangst the word for the anxiety a teenage boy feels about the size of his member?

Date: Monday, May 2nd, 2016 08:42 am (UTC)
doccy: (Default)
From: [personal profile] doccy
Ooooff, as a teenager that had bad acne and early beard growing I can empathise for the hair-growing-back-over-scabs part, but having a tattoo as well? AIEE!

Heal quick! *crosses a handful of fingers*

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