A question I always get is "why is your left arm more tattooed than your right?"
My left arm is so heavily tattooed because they cover my high school battle scars. In high school I became a very angry person. I felt like everyone was out to hurt me, so before they could do it, I’d hurt myself. I hated myself. I was angry at the fact that I was even here on this Earth. The only thing that got me through was honestly a nightly cutting session. Finally when I turned 18 I got tired of seeing the scars of high school on my arm. So I began getting tattoo cover ups. People sometimes say that the tattoos look misplaced or something and the answer is, no it’s perfect where it’s at. It’s exactly where I want it to cover my past of hatred. I covered my hatred for myself with something beautiful that I love and to this day I couldn’t be more happy with my decision to cover them up. Honestly, after I became an adult I realized how embarrassing the scars were. I got tired of having to wear long sleeves and hoodies in the summer so nobody would see the scars. So, I got something I was proud of to cover them and I couldn’t be happier with the fact that I paid $400 to cover up my horrible past of hatred.
A note to everyone, if you are ever feeling, down, depressed, suicidal ANYTHING, feel free to talk to me about it. I know how it feels. I’m always here.
The page is going to be under construction tonight
After I get back from the gym and shower I’m gonna work on it. I’m going around 8:30 and will be back around 10:30….so anywhere around the time, expect new background, information, and profile picture!!!
I am SO sorry I haven’t been updating these past few months. I was without a laptop for quite awhile and just tonight got myself a netbook so I will be updating again, daily I hope. Love you all and thank you SO much for helping making this blog popular and passing the word on!
An answer about stretching that I frequently get the questions about...
“How long do I wear my tapers?”
You actually DON’T wear the tapers. You are only to use them for the stretching purpose. You place the taper against your ears, press gently until the taper goes through. Next, take the tunnel/plug you are going to put into the newly stretched hole. Press the plug or tunnel against the taper end and push the tunnel/plug through until it is securely in your ear. DO NOT WEAR THE TAPER AS A PIECE OF JEWELRY! I cannot stress this enough!
-Use titanium or stainless steal when it is a fresh stretch. Plastic and other stuff like it (as sold at Hot Topic, Wal Mart, and Spencers) can harbor bacteria and infect a fresh stretch. You can use them after it has fully healed (usually 4-6 weeks)
-Treat a fresh stretch as if it is a fresh piercing. Clean it daily and try not to stretch to quickly. Wait at least 4-6 weeks before stretching up higher.
-Do not use silicone tunnels to stretch. It might seem like a smart idea to roll it up, shove it in your ear and let it expand, but all you are really doing is causing more risk of tearing, infection and irritation. Please be patient and do it the right way.