18 October 2012

coffee talk {let's talk about...}

1. Let's talk about ink: Do you have tattoos? How many?? 
uh, yeah.  a lot. workin' on a half sleeve of my left arm (flowers, sewed up heart...) & right calf (mermaid & sea)...plus the seahorse on my back, "hearbreaker" on my ankle, key & lock on my foot, "betty" {a sugar skull & crossbones. i have named her betty.} on my wrist, butterfly on my butt, koi fish & peony on my stomach... & nope, I don't regret a single one.
part of my eventual half sleeve...basically flowers on my shoulder down my bicep at the moment.

lock & key and heartbreaker. dude, top of the foot HURTS LIKE A BAD MOFO. do not get tattooed there, especially if it's your first. I am not exaggerating. much.
2. Let's talk about hair styles: Bangs, do you have them, want them, or trying to grow them out? What about side bangs? 
bangsssss.  Ahhh  my love/hate relationship with bangs.  When I was a kid, I had side bangs always.  My dad used to cut my hair.  So, THICK side bangs.  In 7th grade, this kid who shall remain nameless told me it looked like I had a dead animal on my head.  So, I grew them out.  Eventually, I got better side bangs.  Currently, they're too much effort so I have no bangs.
3. Let's talk about work: Without getting specific with a company name, what do you do? What did you want to be when you grew up when you were young? 
I work for a company my father & uncles own.  I am an inventory specialist.  (uh, i count shizzzz all day. woo hoo)  When I was little, I really wanted to be an "architect", like Indiana Jones.  Yeah, eventually I realized the word was archaeologist.  And involved finding bones of people and such sometimes.  And that I wouldn't get to carry a bullwhip or do any of the fun things he does.  So... yeah.
me at work. hiding behind machinery. hahhhh.
4. Let's talk about friends: Do you find it easier or more difficult to meet new friends as an adult? Do you have what you'd consider 'blog friends'? What about IRL (in real life) friends?
I have made some new friends as an adult.  Most of my core group of friends though I've had pretty much through my school years.  I'm not a naturally outgoing person (no one believes this but it's true), so most of the friends I have made as an adult are thanks to my wonderful fiance, who has an amazing core group of friends as well :) 
I definitely have some awesome bloggy friends!  And a couple I even know IRL :)
5. Let's talk about Social media: Android or iPhone? Twitter or Facebook?
I have no smart phone.  Don't even get me started.
And I have never opened a twitter account.  I do have FB, though I've considered deleting it many times. 
Linking up again with Nat :)
Coffee Talk with Natalie Blair


Anonymous said...

I sure do love a woman with multiple, HUGE tattoos! I want a quarter sleeve but my husband keeps saying "oh God please NOOOOOOOOO!" lol..

I watched my Aunt get a tattoo on her foot. And this woman has cancer and has been poked and prodded and everything... but when she was getting that tattoo on her foot... she was complaining... A LOT! And she did say that it "hurt like a BITCH!" HAHAHAHA... reason why I won't ever get one there!

I have wanted to delete my FB many times.... but then people would just start emailing me and calling me directly to see how I am doing. It's a lose/lose sitch with me!

Thanks for linking up with me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leah said...

your tattoos are GORGEOUS! they are so perfectly pinup and feminine! That's awesome you work for your family's business. I have a corporate job and thats what seriously holds me back from getting the ink that I really want. you're super lucky :)
Leah {Lovely Life of Leah}

Jo said...

I love colourful tattoos!

Erin O'Riordan said...

I saw a guy get his foot tattooed once. He didn't even flinch - but then, he was a very big guy and he looked pretty tough.

Victoria said...

i practically said the same for #5 :)

cool tattoos!!

Anonymous said...

LOL. The bit with Indiana Jones being an architect made me laugh. I love him too though, when I was younger. His adventures made me want to start my own adventures in life.

Beautiful tattoo on the top of your foot. It's so painful maybe because the skin is thin and there's a bone right underneath. But still, worth it, right?

Followed you via GFC! :)

Joni said...

i have 4 tattoos, nothing grande but i want more...tons more, which is ironic because my hubs has zero and really has no plans to get any.