Is that a threat?

Normally “wish you were here” tattoos are of the friendly, reminiscing sort… but stick that slogan on a couple coffins and I have to wonder whether it’s quite so friendly after all?

by Joe Lathe, Saints and Sinners, Baltimore Maryland

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One thought on “Is that a threat?

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 03-23-2006 22:27:35 by outmywindow
    Heh — I like that! More original than a “fuck you!” tattoo, but still gets the point across (assuming that’s the point…)!

    Posted on 03-23-2006 22:55:46 by Jen
    Maybe the point is that whoever they wish were there with them is already dead and the person with the tattoos is mourning. Just a thought. :-)

    Posted on 03-23-2006 23:24:39 by Kendra
    Or wish they would be the one you die with? *shrugs*

    Posted on 03-23-2006 23:51:47 by glider
    Ha, Jen, maybe you’re right… My mind is too dark!

    Posted on 03-24-2006 08:41:14 by Whitewolf95
    No, not too dark,I thought the same thing and a few people popped to mind to boot.

    Posted on 03-29-2006 13:11:53 by Lizz
    I thought the same as Jen; as in wish you were back on earth as apposed to dead!

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