Cherry D’vine is always living on the borderline, her two alter egos are constantly in conflict.
Hi there, my name is Pascual Romero, and I have a hard time finding jobs ;)
I kid, but I do have knuckle tattoos, and I thought I’d share mine.
The “c’est la vie” statement is something I like to live my life by. Loosely translated from French, it means “such is life” or “that’s life”, which is my rather laid-back way of looking at what comes my way. Bad day, good day, it’s just life and it’s up to me to take it for what it is. I think it’s a very positive way of looking at things, personally.
Second, my “Lovesick” tattoo across my lower knuckles was actually the end product of the little heart tattooed on my right middle finger. I got it in honor of my TV show “Rad Girls”, where I serve as the associate producer and occasional on-screen personality. I wanted to incorporate it into something clever, and being the romantic that I am, figured it would be a pretty fitting statement.
Someone likes A Day To Remember, I think it’s Josh! Wait, I know it’s Josh:
Hey my name is Joshua Ellis. I recently got this done. Homesick is an album that I listen too daily, and have done so for the past almost 3 years.
Here is a set from Maikel Leenders:
the story behind it that here it kinda controversial to have tattoo’s on knuckles our other visable places so that’s why i ask them whith my tattoo sick boy? our not?
and also cuz im an borderliner u know the phychosomatic diseace so it means two things to me
i embrace who i am and ask people to think about all their pre-judgements
Em, we are sorry to hear you are love sick, but those are some rad knuckles:
my name is em, i am 23 and i got my knucles done by nick at f u studio in santa cruz. my second choice was KNOW-LOVE, but i chose this cuz i am and it is.
I went to see Social Distortion play at Stubb’s Wednesday night. Mike Ness of course put on a hell of a show, all pouting and chewing gum and rocking out. My girl was up against the front barrier and spent most of the show slapping crowd surfers in the head as they passed over her and enjoying the show. As it turns out, the gal next to her had these beautiful knuckles that read SICK CHIC.
We caught up with Audra after the show, while waiting in line to shake Mr. Ness’ hand. She said that the story was Mike Ness. He inspired the tattoos, and this was actually her first time seeing him perform in person. Audra works at the Firing Line tattoo shop in Tyler, Texas.
Mr. Ness himself declined having his knuckle tattoos photographed. He was tired after a long show. Hopefully one day, right? Until then I’ve still got the deviant art photo of his knuckles.