Patchwork Heart Tattoo



A little while back I posted Selena’s patchwork heart with sparrows tattoo. I wanted to share another one here that I quite liked (and no, it’s not just because I’m a total sucker for tattoos in this location on pretty girls), by Keith at Red Lantern, in San Diego, CA. Each of the different patches represents a different influence — or heartbreak — in her life.

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Shannon Larratt is the founder of BME (1994) and its former editor and publisher. After a four year hiatus between 2008 and 2012, Shannon is back adding his commentary to ModBlog. It should be noted that any comments in these entries are the opinion of Shannon Larratt and may or may not be shared by LLC or the other staff or members of BME. Entry text Copyright © Shannon Larratt. Reproduced under license by LLC. Pictures may be copyright to their respective owners. You can also find Shannon at Zentastic or on Facebook.

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    Posted on 03-21-2006 18:34:12 by Benjii
    wtf? thats so close to mine, same placement and everything! errr

    Posted on 03-21-2006 19:27:29 by libby
    uh…is that her chin in the upper left hand corner? if so, it appears as though she’s one of those “butter face” girls i’ve heard so much about.

    Posted on 03-21-2006 23:11:28 by BadlyDrawnGirl
    i thnk thats her shirt.. ?

    What the hell is a butter face girl???

    Posted on 03-21-2006 23:12:53 by BadlyDrawnGirl

    That is awfully close to yours.. but hers looks like actual quilt pieces..

    & yours rocks so much more than that one..
    be proud!!

    Posted on 03-21-2006 23:17:14 by nana
    lmfao@her being a butterface.
    and yes… it seems that she does seem to be a… butterface! yeeeeeeeee

    butterface= a girl who looks good everywhere… but her face. hence the name. :)

    Posted on 03-22-2006 01:24:32 by BadlyDrawnGirl


    Posted on 03-22-2006 02:18:41 by outmywindow
    Heh — never heard the term butterface. I’ve always used “brown bagger” to mean the same thing (ie: put a bag on the person’s face). If they’re really bad, then they are a “double bagger,” which actually just sounds sexual now that I think about it…

    Posted on 03-22-2006 04:45:37 by nana
    I can’t seem to view Benjii’s page. Is it because i’m not a member of IAM? I’d like to see your tattoo. :P

    Posted on 03-22-2006 12:22:27 by kuroneko711
    I’d really like it if everyone would stop calling this person, who’s face you cant even see, a butterface. even if it turns out to be a not attractive face, its not very kind of any of you to be saying such things. please, grow some maturity and talk about what this post is about, and thats the tattoo. which i love, and i love how representative it is of people in her life. and the color work is fantastic.

    Posted on 03-22-2006 13:13:23 by MaidenDisaster
    I second that kuroneko. It’s kind of ironic that a couple of these same people were just complaining about too many pretty skinny girls being posted on modblog, and now everyone’s talking about imperfection.

    Posted on 03-22-2006 15:38:17 by lou
    mm nice one,

    not saying she is a ‘butterface’ but where i live (syd, aust) we call them a prawn – you rip their heads off and they’re all good.

    Posted on 03-22-2006 15:48:51 by tokyowars
    Strange, I live in Sydney (near anyway) but I’ve never heard that before lol!

    Posted on 03-22-2006 17:57:04 by Sarah
    What an awesome tattoo, I love it! It’s very much like something I’d get… :)

    (But I won’t, since it’s already taken, I’ll have to think up a new idea!)

    Posted on 03-23-2006 01:17:56 by Me
    I like hers much more than Benjii’s.

    Posted on 03-23-2006 21:21:31 by BadlyDrawnGirl
    wow.. i didnt say she WAS in fact a “butter face”.. i just asked what that term was refering to..

    READ SLOWLY. Dont skip words.

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