@brainmist I have been unable to figure out the proper bows and genuflection required to post direct from my phone. I still give a quarter-hearted effort each time but it’s with the expectation I will fail.
@Kyeh It was posted, I am finding the photos on this thread take a while to load for some reason. And no little blue square with a question mark in the middle of it to give a hint the photo hasn’t loaded yet.
@brainmist@Bretterson@kerryzero@Kidsandliz I can imagine the back side of your toe would be extremely difficult to get a good photo and I’d LOVE to hear your reasoning for putting it there. I’m thinking either your mother disapproves of tattoos and you’re STILL scared to death of the wrath if she should happen to see it (like I’d be of my mom ) OR, you don’t want your kids seeing it because you preach to them about not getting tatted up themselves. Clearly, MY imagination is running rampant! Lol
@Lynnerizer Ones there (or anywhere on the bottom of your foot due to friction due to shoes and walking) aren’t permanent. They fade over time due to that friction. If that hadn’t been the case I wouldn’t have done it.
@Kyeh@Lynnerizer I didn’t want something permanent because who knows if I would want something like this in 20 years or for that matter in 5 or 10 down the line and it is expensive to pay to remove them. Thus if placed on your body there is a lot of friction that is the place to put them if you want them to eventually go away. Hidden because I didn’t want it showing. Bottom of my foot met both criteria rather well.
I 100% forgot about this thread until just now! That said, you have time to keep sending. I’ll collect them Sunday night, but you only have until the Meh-rathon ends to get us your submissions, so send them this way tout de suite.
Orders are in place for the Inksters on this very Mehry weekend. As is always the case when the IRKs are on SideDeal, you’ll get an order notice from SideDeal and see them in your order history over there. Thanks for showing up and best of luck in your hauls!
@Kyeh The engine remained in that stream for years, until it was hauled out as salvage for the War Effort. One piece of rail and some other bits from the train and bridge remain visible when the water level is low.