#BEsociety July Challenge – Day 3


3. Piercings and tattoos? If none thoughts on them…

I love them and have several. I love tattooed people and always love to know the story behind their choice of ink.

For me I have 4 tattoos and want a heck of a lot more, just need to find the right design and placement.


#1 kanji for Love on my right ankle bone.
I got this when I was 18 years old. Young and stupid I got it after an argument with my boyfriend at the time. I chose this as it was small for my first tattoo and also because I believe in love.

#2 cherries!
The cherries I have are the ones that I used as my website logo way back when I first got my domain kinky-cherries. It is situated between my right hip and pubic bone, hidden by any underwear.

#3 sign for Virgo on the back of my neck.
Pretty self explanatory lol I am pretty much a true Virgo – though not quite so much a hypochondriac lol

#4 Celtic iris at the base of my spine.
I believe tattoos here are called tramp stamps in the USA! Lol anyway I got this 4 days after my first date with Lee, as it was already booked in. It hurt and was my most expensive one to date for me anyway (£90) but second to the cherries is my favorite as iris are my favorite flowers.

As for piercings I have both ears pierced twice, my tongue pierced which I got done whilst on holiday to California, USA my belly button and my retired piercings of both nipples – I would like to get them pierced again now that I am fairly certain I am not having any more kids or breastfeeding. I did have the top of my ear pierced but I took it out as it was sore. And for some reason I have wanted to get my nose done but never ever got round to getting it. Maybe add that to my bucket list 😉


Fee is a 35 year old mother of three, who has been on the blogging scene since 1996. Over the years she has tried to change her style but finds the personal diary effect to be her niche - there are not many of those around in the blogging world nowadays.

One thought on “#BEsociety July Challenge – Day 3

  • July 7, 2014 at 3:44 am

    I love your Celtic iris tattoo….and yes, it is called a tramp stamp here in the US, by some people, anyhow.

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