Some Comments on FB:
MP: WTF, cannot tell her that she is not lovely ….. OMG ….. Unbelievable ….. She has to be a shockwave without any makeup on that Rock-Face ….. This is the true meaning of a BRICK ….. Lol
MP: Darling there is nothing F I E R C E about that face ….. For example I bet you if this bitch falls of the tallest building in the WORLD ….. Her Face would still be intact ….. That’s how HARD she looks ….. The fish run out of the water when they see her coming in ….. Trust LOL !
MP: It must take her a year to paint her face just to go out for one night of fun. Who would be caught with her on there arm …..WTF I’m reading DOWN ….. This photo is GRAND PRIZE Lol !!
MP: That line from the movie The Heiress in the end …… How could you be so cruel …… She say’s something of this natural ….. Of course I can be very cruel ….. WTF, I’ve been taught by masters Lol !!
*Likeness of Amanda Lepore
When I was growing up, “good girls” didn’t have tattoos (or piercings, for that matter!) Most adult women I knew didn’t have any at all, and if they did it was no more than a tiny rose hiding on their ankle, usually carefully concealed by a sock. Tattoos were faded blue and blurry, and only for sailors, ex-convicts, and men entering or leaving the military. Read more…
- Tat Me Up (peopleofwalmart.com)
Lip piercing is a type of body piercing that penetrates the lips or the area surrounding the lips, which can be pierced in a variety of ways.
Lip piercings are sometimes worn in pairs or sets. Approximate healing times for most lip piercings are between 1 to 3 months, however there is a possibility of serious infections developing if the piercing is not taken care of.
After healing is complete, other jewelry may be used. After this time, some scar tissue
may be present, but the fistula
is normally fully developed and mostly healed. Aftercare consists of saline soaks two to three times daily. Soaking the wound for three to five minutes with a weak saline solution softens any blood and Continue reading
Rich Genest, or sometimes better known as ‘The Zombie Boy’, is a twenty-six-year-old from Canada who has challenged the typical ideas of beauty. He got his first tattoo at the age of sixteen and from there on has continued to cover his body with the artwork of Frank Lewis. After leaving school, Genest took to an underground life of ‘tattoos, piercings, music and DIY fashion.’ He was later given the nickname ‘Zombie boy’ by his new family of friends. At the age of 19, the project for his body commenced with the help of artist Frank Lewis. Now, after six years of tattooing, eighty percent of Genest’s body is covered, having spent over $17,000. The project is not yet finished, Genest will continue until ‘his tapestry is finished.’ Rick Genest embodies the phrase, don’t judge a book by its cover.
Whilst there is no doubt that many people find his tattoos repulsive or perhaps insulting, there are others that celebrate the work that Genest has achieved. He has committed himself to an idea that he believes in, which is perhaps something we could all take note of from time to time. His body expresses something completely different to the images we are presented with day to day. Moreover, – – read about Rico