Inka Dinka Doo

Here’s a south Florida story that McCrabass picked up all the way out in Chicago, and she handled it so well, and linked it so nicely, there’s nothing for me to add but a statement of my admiration.  Not only for McCrabass, but for our own Liz Tracy as well.

Okay, just one comment.  Tattoos are fucking disgusting.  They turn me off like a whiff of feral animal shit.   This is in equal parts a reaction to my upbringing — when I was a kid, the only people sporting ink were either low-class thugs and roughnecks or victims of concentration camps — and a genuine dislike of despoiled, violated, and vandalized skin.   Yes, I’m aware that as a competitive tanner, I fuck with my skin in a decidedly unhealthy fashion.   That’s the sun and my own processes, not fucking printer’s ink.

Anyway, great job Julia and Liz.

No fucking comment about the Japanese cicadas.  Bugs stuck to the flesh and hair?  How about flies on the lips, lice in the crotch, and ticks in the ear?  Yikes.  No.

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7 Responses to Inka Dinka Doo

  1. julesagray says:

    thanks for the shout-out but the link ain’t working, so here it is! http://mccrabass.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/of-buttholes-and-bugs/

  2. julesagray says:

    Also, why are there lentils in that puppy’s ear?

    • Squathole says:

      I replaced the link — thanks. Sloppy cut-and-pasting maybe? I’ll never know.

      Those are ticks in the puppy’s ears, not lentils. It’s what I thought of when I saw your photo of bug-head or whatever her name is. Textured animal life as grooming accessories — like the flies on the lips of starving children — just not my style. Then again, I find tattoos eminently upchuckable as well.

      Very good post.

      • Joe Balls says:

        OMG — those are TICKS? How can people let this happen to their pets? Unless of course, the ticks are somebody’s pets and the dog’s just there to give ’em a place to snuggle.

  3. Flaming Yon says:

    If there ever was a symbol for generational divide, it would be tattoos. Not only don’t younger people share the revulsion you give voice to here, they (we) like them, admire them, and find them sexually and aesthetically attractive. That noted, I don’t plan to have my butthole inked. Ever.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Gross poor puppie

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