There Is No Fool Like A Careless Gambler Who Starts Taking Victory For Granted. – Hunter S. Thompson

Gambling Tattoo: Everlasting Jobstopper

Tattoos. Ink. Everlasting jobstopper. 

There are plenty of slang words for a tattoo. 

Slag tag. 

I wonder who comes up with these words? I must admit, I don't have a tattoo. I'm not really against having one but can't make up my mind. It would have to be something symbolic. Perhaps a racehorse, roulette wheel, cards, dice.  

The classic gambling tattoo. 

Still, it would have to be personal to me and not something generic. So, it would have to be something from my own design and find the best tattooist on planet earth. 

I've seen a few tattoos my friends have adorned on their bodies and they look like a dog's dinner rather than the (sym) bollocks. I'm pretty sure I could have done a better job myself. 

So, until I think of the perfect tattoo, for me, I will just put a picture on the wall. If I get bored with it, I can either change it or throw it away. 

I guess you either love tattoos or hate them. I'm not a hater of them by any stretch.  

Anyway, readers of Brasino may know I have a Twitter account. 

We have one follower on the former and about 10 shares on the latter. If it was a horse racing, the chestnut colt called Pinshare, would be winning by a furlong. However, all these things are about the future and what might be. 

One day. After a little bit of sunshine and rain, a rainbow will appear on my derriere. 

What I noticed about Pinterest, is that tattoos are very popular. And gambling tattoos, casino tattoos and poker tattoos (you get the idea, hey) are getting all the shares. 

So, as you can imagine, wanting to catch a bit of the sun, I've rushed here to write a post about tattoos and going to find the most amazing tattoo photo in the solar system in hope that is is a hit on Pinterest and it brings me wheelbarrow loads of traffic.

And I live happily ever after. 

Job done. 

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