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    It's such a fierce looking gargoyle It's awesome!
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    Cool Isn't he from the Disney series gargoyles?

    Far far to much of a whimp to have a tat myself

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    Foreverducky, if you go with your upper arm, would you have to make the picture correspondingly smaller than if you went with your thigh? I'm not sure how these things work. :D

    I saw a woman yesterday with "sleeves." Whew! Were they ever intricate and delicate looking. I know you aren't talking about something that covering, but I thought of you when I saw her. Very pretty, and some dramatic tattoos over both arms.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 217093
    Cool Isn't he from the Disney series gargoyles?

    Far far to much of a whimp to have a tat myself
    He does look like him, but it's not him. :D

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    Foreverducky, if you go with your upper arm, would you have to make the picture correspondingly smaller than if you went with your thigh? I'm not sure how these things work. :D

    I saw a woman yesterday with "sleeves." Whew! Were they ever intricate and delicate looking. I know you aren't talking about something that covering, but I thought of you when I saw her. Very pretty, and some dramatic tattoos over both arms.
    I just want him to look nice without losing the detail. But yes, I could get different sizes. A sleeve is appealing.

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    Here's the Gargoyle from the Disney show.
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    If you did a sleeve would you then have to wear long sleeves to work all the time?

    Then again, you'd like to live in Maine, yes? :D Long sleeves are appropriate for a good part of the year!






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    For a while I want to work in the prison system, so I think I'd blend right in.

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    She could always get a partial sleeve and still be covered up at work without having to wear long sleeves.

    I saw a woman at the dr's office who had a sleeve with sunflowers and stuff. It was soooo pretty.

    And I do beleive the norms are going to eventually change with regardst to work and employment.












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    A gargoyle is only a gargoyle on a building it if it part of the guttering system and has water running from its mouth, otherwise it is known as a grotesque

    the name gargoyle actually refers to the noise of running water



    sorry, my inner geek sometimes explodes out of me :D I fullty appreciate this adds nothin to the debate


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    I think "see my grotesque" does not sound nearly as great as "see my gargoyle." :D

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