Posts Tagged ‘little prince’

More Little Prince

February 13, 2010 2 comments

I know I’ve been on this Little Prince kick for a while now.  Probably something about “growing up” that I need to explore.  Anyways, got this from fuckyeahtattoo.  Unrelated Funny Story: one time I was hanging out at a stranger’s weird apartment and the dude told me and my roommate that he had a tattoo on his leg, so he was cursed to always walk that road until he died, or lost his leg.  Whichever came first.

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Combine Two of My Favorite Things

January 29, 2010 Leave a comment

I love this book like nobody’s business.  Shocking part; it took my at least a dozen attempts in my young life to get through it.  I’d say this is probably because it’s a book about children, but meant for adults.  My aunt must have thought I was already that developed when she gave it to me nearly 20 years ago.  At that time, I thought the only connection I had to that book was because my name means “the little king”, which I took be a prince, and not a short ruler. 

I digress….

I borrowed this amazing image from Micillo

This is clearly a lie

January 15, 2010 Leave a comment

and if I ever find out who wrote it, I’ll want to stab them.  Then feed them to a snake, and see if people can guess it’s a douchebag inside a snake.

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whoa-lly crap, another one?

January 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Almost as good as the first one, if not as literal (literary, lol). 

Another tattoo depicting my favorite children’s book, “The Little Prince”. 

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Whoa! No way.

January 5, 2010 1 comment

a tattoo from my favorite Children’s book of all time.

I also credit this book with some of my “problems with authority” as I learned at a very young age that respect should be earned and not immediately given to adults just because of their age.

Also, when I was young, I really sucked at drawing and thought that it was also just because the audience couldn’t see what I saw.  Not sure how I became better 20 years later.

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