Gratuitous

By gratuitous I mean that I feel gratitude that people send me pictures. These star tattoos were done by Sky Winchester at One Shot Tattoo in San Francisco.

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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 BMEzine.com LLC or the other staff or members of BME. Entry text Copyright © Shannon Larratt. Reproduced under license by BMEzine.com LLC. Pictures may be copyright to their respective owners. You can also find Shannon at Zentastic or on Facebook.

22 thoughts on “Gratuitous

  1. ummm.. can we maybe raise the bar a little bit on “bmegirls.” like, i don’t need to see the same tattoo a thousand times just because it’s on a semi-goodlooking (and that’s debatable!) girl. thank you!

  2. She looks really beautiful but i would want something else than stars. They’re too standard to me

  3. I’m not sure why, but star tattoos anger me.
    I think it’s because just about every person who has any tattoos has stars somewhere on them…not very creative.
    ….and if she was fat or something, I’m guessing they wouldn’t be posted at all….

  4. I really like star tattoos, no matter how many of them I’ve seen. They’re always beautiful. Someone should feed her something, though.

  5. It’s strange that while not many people today would think it’s acceptable to comment that a curvier girl could do with losing a few pounds, it’s still OK to tell a thin women that she needs to ‘eat something’.

  6. I think sometimes, from women, the whole “She should eat something” Is pure and utter jealousy. The girl in question doesn’t look unhealthy, some people genuinely are that naturally slim (having met a few and being utterly envious, I know this) whatever they eat.

    I have to admit, that I don’t care how common they are, star tattoos look great, to me anyway. These ones look good, and I like the placement. Ribs, ouchie!

    I personally think this girl is really cute. I would say “Come on Shannon, post some fatties” But well, maybe I should post more pictures before I can bitch about girls like me not being posted :P

  7. Also, before I get utterly slaughtered, I only said “sometimes, from women, the whole” because I can’t see things from a man’s perspective, I don’t know why men would say that she needs to eat something, but being a women, I know why some women do :)

  8. I don’t understand who the fuck some chicks on here think they are. “raise the bar a little bit on “bmegirls.â€?? You should be ashamed.

  9. the covering on her face matches, in color, her covering for her heavenly breasts… strudles

  10. “It’s strange that while not many people today would think it’s acceptable to comment that a curvier girl could do with losing a few pounds, it’s still OK to tell a thin women that she needs to ‘eat something’. ”

    Whaaaat? I’ve always known it to be vice versa.

  11. I think what Stacey means is that you can outright tell a thin girl to “eat something” to her face, but it’s absolutely not acceptable to tell and overweight woman to put down the fork.

  12. yup and that’s SUCH bullshit since being slightly underweight has been shown to increase lifespan where as being overweight brings on a great malady of disorders before heart attack, diabetes or stroke kills them prematurely. I’m at a normal weight right now but I sure did enjoy much greater acceptance in society, particularly among females my age when I was overweight after baby. I’m quite sick of the bully attitude.

  13. How come her face looks all messed up? She should turn so we only see the back of her head in future pictures. Definitely a butterface.

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