Live Your Life by a Compass, Not a clock...
Yes, the last one is very appealingI found #6 very intriguing, nice tattoo of a mustache, must of hurt ;-0
Call me old fashioned, but I fail to see how "art" or massively applied "make up" can improve on the natural beauty of a woman. That's like taking a Da Vinci painting or sculpture and "improving" it with poster paints.
Thank you for that David :-)
I don't mind tats. That being said, no amount of them will cover for a woman that isn't good looking and too many will ruin the natural beauty of a woman that is, kind of a fine line to walk
I think smaller is better and it should be a work of art in itself. I chose the ladies for their natural assets first ;-)
Like putting an Obama/Biden bumper sticker on a ferrari. Just decreased the value... That being said, I'd still wreck the headboard with half of em...Thanks.
#2 for me. She comes under the what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger heading. I'm thinking 50/50 chance with that look, only because I've seen it before.Didn't really notice the ink.
And That LOOK is why she made #2... Good pick RPM ;-)
Seems that #2 and #7 are the same lady. Hot and sultry!I do like tats and enjoy comparing them. BobIII
Cutest dimple on number 4...The lips on the one before last actually looks familiar...All beautiful women... I guess exotic flowers and pretty girl faces with freaky head bands/scarfs/hats are a big trend in tattoos... Wel, and Love in any language...
Tat's done small and tastefully are very erotic. They can compliment a womans natural beautymuch in the same way as the other accessories they use do. Very nice selection of beautiful ladies with tat's. And yes, the last one accents the very sensualnatural curve of a womans hip.Job well done MissK
Thank you Millwright ;-)
I agree with David Forward. When I see a woman visibly wearing make-up, my foremost thought is usually "Wow, that's a lot of make-up."I thought the most interesting part about watching Transformers in HD was that the detail really helps you see just how much stucco and plaster they used on Megan Fox's face.
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