Are Knife People Tattoo People too?

No one mentioned tattoos which signify membership.
Many of my brothers would get tattoos upon graduation from a particular school: jump wings or a date and motto.
I met an SAS type in Saudi who had many, many "school" tattooes and I have no doubt he earned every one of them.
Since Marines couldn't wear Ranger patches on their uniform, some of those who graduated from Ranger school would get the Ranger patch tattooed on their shoulder.
A few of my Mexican brothers had religious tattoos, which I particularly liked, but the knife double-piercing the flesh with "Death Before Dishonor", and the ace of spades seemed most prevalent amongst Marines of that era.
If I decided to get a tattoo in my old age, I would look hard at the tattooes of the Pacific Islanders.
My all-time favorite:
A grinning skull wearing a gold crown, superimposed over a red sunburst, all above the number 77; but I don't belong to that organization.

Only one tat here. A dragon coming in for the kill, on my right bicep. I gave a girlfriend a tattoo for a present once. She got a really nice, two-color rose between the first and second joint(from the tip) of her right pinky. We still talk and she tells me she has never gotten a bad comment from anyone about it.

Chad Burns
What's the difference between a
hemorrhoid and a tattoo?
Sooner or later every a..hole gets one.
relax it's just a joke! works good for cowboy hats etc. :)
Some of you guys are sort of scary, isn't it great!!!
Don't have a tattoo, but want one, just don't know what!
This is just like the one about dog people. Well, I don't think ALL knife people are tattoo people also, but I fit that mold, I guess. I used to have the mark of a fist (a small one) on my right arm, just below the shoulder. But I had it cut out. No piercing, though


Knife lover, Philosopher, Humanitarian, and All-around nice guy
(all right, so I'm just a knife lover)