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When he copped for an arrow on top of Senlac Hill in 1066, King Harold's body was identified among the pile-up of his followers because he had the words "Edith" and "England" tattooed on his chest.And in 1872, the mystery surrounding Sir Roger Tichbourne, who was presumed to have died at sea, but then suddenly reappeared 20 years later claiming a sizeable inheritance, was quickly solved when lawyers demanded that the man professing to be the errant baronet remove his shirt to prove it.And how easy will it be for Beckham to instruct his new child to eat its greens when he has a winged apparition seemingly inspired by the decorative work of Albert Speer smudged across his neck?Particularly as this is an art form whose very canvas is bound for inevitable deterioration.What with all that Kabbalistic regalia, Buddhist imagery and two-foot long crucifixes cluttering up much of his surface area, there is not room left for anything much more ambitious than Bob.Not that these days we seem to need the excuse of a new partner or a new offspring to succumb to the needle's prickly embrace.Or rather, this being tattoos we are talking about, the bluey-black smudgy age. I recently happened across an outfit called Temptu, which is offering firms the chance to turn the bodies of their employees into advertising canvases.
It is of several chapters from the Bible and, after her victory, she explained that she derives encouragement from the words as she crouches down in preparation to race.
Cisco Adler is an alleged rocker / long-haired dude who dates famous girls and sometimes shows off giant balls in pics found in Paris Hilton's locker.
Not only are Cisco Adler and Lisa D'Amato together (guess Lydia Hearst is out of the picture), but they're filming videos like this one below!
Such is the sophistication of the operation that the service can be body-part specific, with lipstick ads on the mouth, deodorant endorsements on the underarms and plugs for dietary supplements taking space on the stomach. To be fair to Temptu, its product is a spray-painted decoration that fades with time. If it didn't, nobody would wear it; it wouldn't be a fashion statement.
Which ultimately is the oddity of the tattoo craze: fashion is temporary, your body is permanent."What better way to extend your brand than to create specialised body art programmes?