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its just a bit more red tape for people to go through, which will automatically rid of many things, such as random gomers, potentially ski school classes, and gaping families.
The pass will only be required for the highest level of the park (where it is needed), and due to the pass, it will be even better.
i wanna get some type of mountains with a helicopter and a few other things kinda representing the backcountry on my ribs. not sure if i would be able to do that though, i hear it's REALLY painful there. plus i haven't even started to draw it out or anything...but im thinkin
I think that the majority of people who get tattoos really try to make sure it has some sort of " meaning" either oh this means this..or this is becuase this happend as a kinda bullshit excuse to get a tattoo. Don't get me wrong, people can really care about family friends etc. but ive seen so many people just get their cousins name or something on a very visble spot just to have a tattoo when that cousin may have not really ment anything to them. I think if you are hella into something and you want a tattoo that is related to that fuck yah do it.
i respect people a lot more who think of a sick design and get it done for the simple fact that its fucking sick.
I hate people who pull bullshit meanings out of their ass so they feel like they can justify getting the tattoo they did. ( this butterfly means hope...and i have hope for...blah blah blah ) you wanted a fucking butterfly. end of story.
Do what you want. If it's sick, put some thought into it and get it done in a sensible spot.
I hate kanji tattoos--they're for posers. today I saw one: two kanji that meant "white cat" and it looked horrible, the strokes were too abrupt and didn't flow, and it was smack on the back of her neck. the good thing about them is.. they're amusing to look at.
keep in mind that the meaning of a Japanese kanji can be different from the meaning of the same character in Chinese, and when the kanji is on its own without any context it's sometimes hard to tell if the person was thinking in terms of a chinese character or a japanese character.