I took a Buzzfeed quiz to figure out what sort of tattoo I should I have.
I trust Buzzfeed and I have faith in the validity of their quizzes. I trust BF quizzes like my mother, a Leo, trusted her daily horoscope, the one printed in the back of the daily paper between the Jumble puzzle and Ask Doctor Donahue.
Buzzfeed really knows the REAL ME, for real.
The real me who needs a tattoo at the age of getting awfully freaking close to 50. Plus my skin is getting that weird dry skin thing going on so that a tattoo will nicely draw attention to my weird old skin.
A tattoo, oh yes. I must have one.
Buzzfeed peered into my very soul and determined based on my Starbucks cup preference and Pixar movie preference that I want need should must have a typography tattoo.
No pictures for me. Forget the Celtic knots, retro blue birds and cliche butterflies.
Emblazon upon my creepy old lady skin the unambiguous word.
I looked up examples of typography tattoos and found many people have had meaningful sentiments etched into their flesh: sentiments such as "maybe" and "so be it"and "&". Nothing vague there.
Having Poe's "Annabel Lee" tattooed on your back is also a thing. It's going to be awesome to read "Annabel Lee" in its entirety aloud from your very own back whenever you want to...wait.
Just look in the mirror and crane your head around Exorcist style, and then, ah crap, it's...