MacInnes, hereditary bowmen to "the Laird o' the Isles") or if I'm feeling extremely masochistic, the entire Anabasis by Xenophon. Not only might it impress a girlfriend, but it would give her something to read when I'm too exhausted to do anything, which at the age of 63 is more and more a consideration.
Never heard of a food tatt before.
Food tattoos take off
Amanda Tanos has a serious sweet tooth, and an armful of tattoos to prove it.
Her left forearm is inked with a large, frosted cupcake and a jolly gingerbread man. A swirled lollypop covers her elbow, and a banana split works its way up her bicep, next to a pink puff of cotton candy.
Ms. Tanos, an office administrator and amateur cake decorator, has been adding sugary touches over the past four years to create a full sleeve ? a red Big Foot candy here, a gummi bear there, a smattering of gumballs and pastilles everywhere. All represent her favourite childhood treats, she says, noting they?re ?all things that really made me happy when I was younger.?
I guess mine would be something sweet, I've been eating a lot of tangerine oranges lately (perhaps an orange tatt) but I have no urge to get a tatt.
I can picture a lot of wrinkled old bodies with tattoos...NOT a pretty sight.