The Tattooed Graduate

Bronte, who occasionally covers up, was out in full tattooed-face force for her college graduation! Congratulations on another heavily tattooed professional changing the world!

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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.

48 thoughts on “The Tattooed Graduate

  1. I bet she had to work extra hard inlife to get where she is now. if you read this Bronte, congratulations and good luck with the future :)

  2. Congrats on the graduating.

    By the way, I love the new banner, I remember when the picture of that girl was posted, but was there a name/IAM account linked with it. She is simply and utterly gorgeous and Id love to tell her in person. If anyone knows could you email me at

  3. I remember when I graduated from College. I slept in, decided not to go, and recieved my diploma in the mail 2 months later. Good times. Congratulations!!!

  4. Woohoo! Congratulations!

    I have a thing for educated women… add in some mods and I’m over the edge. Totally hot! Best of luck with whatever you do going forward. No doubt you will go far.

  5. I love seeing other educated people here! Congratulations on your degree! Also, I’m using you as proof to my parents that modified people really can make it in a business ‘professional’ world :)

  6. What is the point of getting facial tattoos if you’re just going to revert to conservative doctrine and cover them up anyway?

  7. Congratulations Bronte!!
    I can’t wait to parade around in my gown, but I’ve got another two years, Haha.

  8. that is awsome the fact that she is also wearing an honor student sash makes it even better what a slap in the face to the naysayers out there hahaha
    best of luck and congradulations to you !!!!!!


    NO WAY! *shock*

    Jokes. Congratulations!

  10. Congrat’s We need more reallll people like you in this world because school forms people into cookies like the intro to weeds. I love people that can reltae to the stairs I get. Fuck em their President is going down as an idiot like them.Sorry for the rant Congrats again.

  11. i’d definately pee in her butt :D :D :D :D and a big congrads to the modified grad :D :D :D

  12. #22, most get tattoos or piercings for themselves adn don’t nescessarily feel the need to show them around. But it does suck, that she most likely will have to cover the tattoos (at least until she gets a job, them she can give her boss a suprise ;D)

    I’m going to show this to my parents as well.
    Conglatulations to Bronte and much luck to her for the future!

  13. Thank you everyone! I am indeed employed, using my degree in corporate america. I have a great job or “career” now. I do cover my tattoos with Dermablend.

    Thank you Shannon for your support. I’m honored to be included here once again!

  14. Nice work on the graduation.

    Education is the first step towards improving your own world and that around you. First you understand, then you make changes.

  15. congratulations :)

    never heard of a technical school being referred to as a “college” before, though.

  16. Clearly intelligence and facial tattoos can concur in one person. Which makes her a great person!

  17. OooOoooh! A Vo-Tech degree from ITT. That’s not a real college degree. Their admission requirement is like what, a pencil??

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