The one on my back is for my brother he died when I was younger so that was for him. “Bleed me a melody” is lyrics from he is we radio and music has always been a passion to me and that line summed it up for me. The one on my lower hip was because I was 14 and the girl in my room was super hot and wanted to give us tattoos so I didn’t refuse. The one on my arm is from my favorite artist and it really summed up my life, if you feel like creeping you can find the post I wrote about it completely explaining it. It was suppose to say “and though she was empty from her lips poured love” but I couldn’t get it. If that gives you an idea. It’s a motivation to me.
I two on my back, one is a heart with wings and has x’s and o’s in the wongs with my brothers name under it. The other one is on the back-ish of my neck and says “bleed me a melody”. I have one on my lower hip that was done prison style at church camp of a heart with a flame. My last one is on my arm and is similar to Candice Tripps piece “she’s a rainbow”, but I redrew it.
Hungry going to get some taco bell we learned that driving backwards through a drive thru pisses the people inside off especially old dirty men who don’t have lives.
In ordering our food we were told to turn around or we couldn’t be served and would have the cops called on us. Turning around to please grumpy men we did such things got our food and backed up into a near by parking lot.
give or take 15 minutes later a cop comes along shining his bright as fuck light into the car telling us not to get out of the car as 4 other cop cars pull up.
Why it was necessary for so many cops who knows.
We are then asked if we are on drugs, how old we are, if we had been drinking, yada yada. Trying to bust us for anything possible since they suck and can’t fill their quota.
Told to get out of the car searched, the car is searched, they ask why Adam has a retainer, ask if I am a boy or a girl, asked about Adam’s breast cancer and autism bracelets, where we reside, again how old we are, where we go to school, and a bunch of pointless questions.
After proving we obviously did nothing wrong and were clean we were allowed back into the car where the officers sat and conversed with their lights still shining in the car as if we were thn going to pull out some illegal whatever until we left.