Why the hell would you publicly anounce that you’re getting a tattoo of such personal value? ‘my fore arm is where i used to cut’, I mean, if that’s your past then you’d do it for yourself, not for anyone else to see. So why post it on Facebook?
@Anonanus(7): If you read, she is asking where a good cheap place(Tattoo shop wise) would be to get the tattoo done at and when Karen mentioned moving the location she explained why she was doing it on the arm. So shes not posting the fact that shes getting a personal tattoo just where to go for it.
In response to the “should grannies be on Facebook?” debate – damned right they should. I was a bit wary of my mother being on at first, but now that my nephew is also on FB we take great pleasure in being the embarrassing older relatives.
Boy, that’s a whole lotta fail for one page. Kicking pregnant girls in the stomach, stabbing brother’s girlfriend, hustle n flow, cutting on yourself. Is the Jerry Springer show still going? These would make some great “guests”. After they clone Steve like 10 times, to keep the peace.
I am an ex-cutter, and I cut my forearm as well. Its not something I ever planned in advance – I would get very depressed, see a knife or a pair of scissors, and just slice. I did something similar when I got my tattoo – except I got it on my inner wrist.
I regret letting myself get to that position in my life, but I’m not ashamed of it. I tell people if they ask why my tat is in a visible place, or why I still have scars on my arm, but I don’t broadcast it.
I don’t think this is a very lame entry, I mean, she *didn’t* say ‘I’m getting a tattoo done on my arm because that’s where I used to cut’, she only said that after she was asked.
On behalf of all Australians I would like to apologise for Ella, Ke and Brittany.
@somethingunique- I can see why she’s not hiding the fact she used to cut, obviously she’s proud she’s overcome that difficult period in her life. The thing that got me about that entry was the extreme awkwardness that followed her admission. It was a very David Brent moment.
I’m a little confused as to why that second post is here…
‘The past will not harm me in cursive’ – Yes, that’s amusing. But since it’s clearly not what she meant, and just another example of how vague English can be. Not enough to earn a spot on Lamebook.
@alphroshazam – Yeah, that was pretty harsh. Also pretty unnecessary.
@Andrizzle – Looking for attention isn’t the only reason someone can be comfortable with problems they’ve gotten past.
@RingingInMyHead – Ah, irony. One question: are you against all tattoos, or just ones on former self-injurers?
@HulkSmash – Are you asking a real question? Because if you are, there are several answers. However, if you’re just trying to be a dick, I don’t want to waste time explaining. Let’s put it this way: I can guarantee you know at least one person who cuts. If you’re curious, it isn’t hard to find information. It’s everywhere.