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Quote thesounknown Replybullet Posted: September/13/2009 at 8:03pm
I don't think just two sleeves worth is heavily tattooed.  Because what if the rest of their body isn't tattooed?  It's kind of misleading when someone just has sleeves and nothing else lol.
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Quote xjessiex Replybullet Posted: September/13/2009 at 8:40pm

I also get the idea of heavily tattooed as being something more like body suits, or partial ones...but i find it quite , well, odd, when kids go and get their throat tattooed when they have no other tattoos...because places like hands and throat have a bit more of a 'heavy'(for want of a better word) vibe thing going on for me....
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Quote CheeseStix Replybullet Posted: September/13/2009 at 9:12pm
I'd say 20% coverage, ish. Heavily tattooed doesn't mean heavily modified in my opinion though.. It's like someone who's heavily pierced, they're modified, but until you branch into multiple forms of modification, it's hard for me to call someone heavily modified. I don't consider myself as such. I consider myself heavy IN TO modification, but that's a distinction of interest.
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Quote JessiXgenocide Replybullet Posted: September/13/2009 at 10:51pm
Originally posted by freakychild

when the only space you have left for tattoos is your eyelids, inner cheeks, and the space between your balls and asshole.... then, you're heavily tattooed...
 
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Quote freakychild Replybullet Posted: September/13/2009 at 11:33pm
Originally posted by JessiXgenocide

Originally posted by freakychild

when the only space you have left for tattoos is your eyelids, inner cheeks, and the space between your balls and asshole.... then, you're heavily tattooed...
 
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Quote AltheaRose Replybullet Posted: September/14/2009 at 2:35am
People on the streets that look at me would consider me "heavily tattooed" and "heavily modified" but that's because they are dumb and ignorant.
Yes most of my tattoos and piercings are very visible but I do not consider myself anywhere close to heavily modified. YET !!
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Quote ayay Replybullet Posted: September/14/2009 at 7:54am
50%+ tattoo coverage would be heavily tattooed in my opinion

 
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Quote Keiran1980 Replybullet Posted: September/14/2009 at 7:55am
Originally posted by freakychild

when the only space you have left for tattoos is your eyelids, inner cheeks, and the space between your balls and asshole.... then, you're heavily tattooed...
I don't think I will ever reach that level. I plan to have my arms and legs covered, a full back piece, most of my chest and maybe the tops of my feet, so around 70 - 80% skin coverage. I work in a pretty conservative sector (museums) so any mods visible when I wear a shirt are not to my advantage.
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Quote Keiran1980 Replybullet Posted: September/14/2009 at 9:07am
Originally posted by CheeseStix

Heavily tattooed doesn't mean heavily modified in my opinion though.
I agree totally. They are different things. Although maybe 95 or 100% tattoo coverage may also count as heavily modified because it would be hard to argue that someone that tattooed had not modified their appearance to a large extent.
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Quote CheeseStix Replybullet Posted: September/14/2009 at 11:25am
Originally posted by Keiran1980

Originally posted by CheeseStix

Heavily tattooed doesn't mean heavily modified in my opinion though.
I agree totally. They are different things. Although maybe 95 or 100% tattoo coverage may also count as heavily modified because it would be hard to argue that someone that tattooed had not modified their appearance to a large extent.


True story. I can't argue that at all. =D  I just think someone could easily be considered "heavily tattooed" and yet not considered "heavily modified"... which is odd, since it is obviously modifying them.. just an odd mindset perhaps.
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