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« Reply #25 on: October 04, 2013, 10:15:23 am »

Me neither, and I don't think it matters. The point is, what some find offencive might be common for others.

Back to the drawing: I like the Japanese art. I don't have any connection with Japan, but I'm thinking about having a half sleve Japanese tattoo, complimenting my sons handprint tattoo. Probably something with two dragons.

One big, one small. Or something with waves, like this.

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I find the Japanese paintings extremely suitable for tattoos. And I can imagine someone having the fisherman's wife's dream as a tattoo.
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« Reply #26 on: October 04, 2013, 10:26:41 am »

I knew someone, a bar tender at a local Italian coffee house near the university who filled an entire arm and part of his back with exactly these types of Japanese illustrations.  That must have been painful and required many steps to finish.
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« Reply #27 on: October 04, 2013, 01:31:00 pm »

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This thread reminds me of an American family I overheard on a trip to Paris. Father, mother, son and daughter (Both in their early teens). In Paris there are a lot of statues of naked people. Not havin' it off or anything, just standing or sitting. The mother was constantly diverting the kids eyes from the "filth" (mother's actual words). The father, clearly agitated by mother's prudeness, said:"let's go inside, to the Louvre." I thought:"yeah right, in a museum there aren't displays of nudity. Rococo and Renaissance had no nudity what so ever."

I wonder if the kids were adopted.

Would that make a difference? (I don't follow, maybe I'm being dense about this)

I think, and feel free to correct me, it's an allusion to "if the nudity is so filthy, how did you have the little buggers in the first place?".
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« Reply #28 on: October 04, 2013, 02:01:08 pm »

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This thread reminds me of an American family I overheard on a trip to Paris. Father, mother, son and daughter (Both in their early teens). In Paris there are a lot of statues of naked people. Not havin' it off or anything, just standing or sitting. The mother was constantly diverting the kids eyes from the "filth" (mother's actual words). The father, clearly agitated by mother's prudeness, said:"let's go inside, to the Louvre." I thought:"yeah right, in a museum there aren't displays of nudity. Rococo and Renaissance had no nudity what so ever."

I wonder if the kids were adopted.

Would that make a difference? (I don't follow, maybe I'm being dense about this)

I think, and feel free to correct me, it's an allusion to "if the nudity is so filthy, how did you have the little buggers in the first place?".
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« Reply #29 on: October 04, 2013, 02:06:20 pm »

I knew someone, a bar tender at a local Italian coffee house near the university who filled an entire arm and part of his back with exactly these types of Japanese illustrations.  That must have been painful and required many steps to finish.
Painfull for the wallet!  Cheesy It feels just like a scratch. Some parts of the body are more delicate as others. The strange thing I found is that the difference bitween "okay" and "autch" is within a few millimeters.

I think tattoo's are more common and acceptable in the asian countries than it is in most western countries.
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« Reply #30 on: October 04, 2013, 02:40:55 pm »

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I think tattoo's are more common and acceptable in the asian countries than it is in most western countries.


Tattoos are actually socially unacceptable in Japan (ironically) as they are most commonly associated with The Yakuza (the Japanese 'mafia'). A British Sumo wrestler who went to Japan for a tournament was  shocked to find himself ostracised by his fellow (Japanese) wrestlers because he was heavily tattooed. Being young and having  highly visible tattoos is a real sign of rebellion in Japan.

Also in eastern Europe, heavily tattooed men are usually considered criminal/gangsters or former convicts by the general public. Particular stylised tattoos are actually required should you be a member of the Chechnian (sp?) 'mafia' or associated with Russian gangsters. Police can identify what  particular gangster 'brotherhood' someone belongs to and what prison they've been incarcerated in by the specific tattoos on their body.

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(I realise the print is too small to read but you get the idea)
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« Reply #31 on: October 04, 2013, 11:24:20 pm »

Japan does have an ancient history of  incredible art
 Ginger jars, labels, scrolls, wall panels  , books,   brocade, carved wood, silk painting, architecture
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« Reply #32 on: November 12, 2013, 02:55:27 pm »

at least Godzilla hasn't done porn yet.
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« Reply #33 on: November 12, 2013, 04:30:38 pm »

NEVER say such a thing.
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« Reply #34 on: November 13, 2013, 08:34:13 am »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

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OH MY GOD!!!

I love how you put "You've been warned" in there. Problem is that makes me want to see it more.
darn I wish I never looked. some thing just can't be unseen. WTF is wrong with people? How can that turn someone on?
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« Reply #35 on: December 14, 2013, 09:31:40 pm »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

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Do you think theres any connection between this, and Japans reputation for producing the best sex toys ?

Well.. I had to check Shocked

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« Reply #36 on: December 14, 2013, 09:43:49 pm »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

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Do you think theres any connection between this, and Japans reputation for producing the best sex toys ?

Well.. I had to check  Shocked




Do you even have to ask???  I won't even tell you the things that you can go past by in the streets of Nippon.  The extent to which they automate "things" is impressive.
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« Reply #37 on: December 14, 2013, 09:49:12 pm »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

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Do you think theres any connection between this, and Japans reputation for producing the best sex toys ?

Well.. I had to check  Shocked




Do you even have to ask???  I won't even tell you the things that you can go pass by in Nippon.  The xtent to which they automate "things" is impressive.


Indeed yet I found no fully automated tentacled sex machines , manual dildo shaped ones yes...

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« Reply #38 on: December 14, 2013, 09:56:22 pm »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Do you think theres any connection between this, and Japans reputation for producing the best sex toys ?

Well.. I had to check  Shocked




Do you even have to ask???  I won't even tell you the things that you can go pass by in Nippon.  The xtent to which they automate "things" is impressive.


Indeed yet I found no fully automated tentacled sex machines , manual dildo shaped ones yes...




You had to ask....  Commercial ones from Japan.... Here took me all but 15 seconds: Squid shape semi-automated ones OK?  They do exist - Google Kanojo Toys.

Also I guess you never got to see the Steampunk Sex Toy Ideas thread in Brassgoggles.  A certain someone built a copper and brass something that looks a lot like a kraken.  Grin

Warning: NSFW:
http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,26132.msg586082.html#msg586082
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« Reply #39 on: December 14, 2013, 10:28:21 pm »

Unleash the Kraken. NSFW, I repeat NSFW

Spoiler (click to show/hide)


Do you think theres any connection between this, and Japans reputation for producing the best sex toys ?

Well.. I had to check  Shocked




Do you even have to ask???  I won't even tell you the things that you can go pass by in Nippon.  The xtent to which they automate "things" is impressive.


Indeed yet I found no fully automated tentacled sex machines , manual dildo shaped ones yes...




You had to ask....  Commercial ones from Japan.... Here took me all but 15 seconds: Squid shape semi-automated ones OK?  They do exist - Google Kanojo Toys.

Also I guess you never got to see the Steampunk Sex Toy Ideas thread in Brassgoggles.  A certain someone built a copper and brass something that looks a lot like a kraken.  Grin

Warning: NSFW:
http://brassgoggles.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,26132.msg586082.html#msg586082


I only see one  and Its sold out too ... ( Sorry Ladies )  Cheesy

That kraken brass wand reminds me of one those deadly carrots from  LEXX
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« Reply #40 on: February 10, 2014, 11:07:39 pm »

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I think tattoo's are more common and acceptable in the asian countries than it is in most western countries.


Tattoos are actually socially unacceptable in Japan (ironically) as they are most commonly associated with The Yakuza (the Japanese 'mafia'). A British Sumo wrestler who went to Japan for a tournament was  shocked to find himself ostracised by his fellow (Japanese) wrestlers because he was heavily tattooed. Being young and having  highly visible tattoos is a real sign of rebellion in Japan.

Also in eastern Europe, heavily tattooed men are usually considered criminal/gangsters or former convicts by the general public. Particular stylised tattoos are actually required should you be a member of the Chechnian (sp?) 'mafia' or associated with Russian gangsters. Police can identify what  particular gangster 'brotherhood' someone belongs to and what prison they've been incarcerated in by the specific tattoos on their body.

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(I realise the print is too small to read but you get the idea)

In The West (including Russia) tattoos were for a loooooong time restricted to certain subcultures (e.g. sailors and criminals), and were very specific to those subcultures.

That in Russia the tattoo culture is still associated predominately with criminals is perhaps a reflection on the cultures conservatism, while in the rest of the West the culture is a bit more liberal.

But also, the whole idea of what constituted "criminal activity" was a very grey area while I lived in Russia. It was more or less impossible to know what the law really was, whether a law would be enforced or not… and as to whether a law was just or not was simply a matter of opinion.
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