Found a good source of alternative source citing. Here's a sample:
When citing tattoos or other body art/text:
- List the part of the body on which the tattoo was seen.
- Name the person sporting the tattoo (if known).
- Identify the location where tattoo was observed (if known).
- List the date the tattoo was observed (if known).
Example: "This End Up." [Left Buttock, Unidentified Male Dancer; The Loading Zone Bar, Halsted Street; Chicago, Il: January, 31 1998?]
Have I ever told you the story of my one great regret?
I was drinking with the boyfriend-of-the-time in a bar and a couple of Australian sailors in Seoul, South Korea. One of the sailors, full biker beard and a prodigious ability to drink, started showing me his tatts.
Geishas on his shins...Some word on the inside of his lower lip....The usual stuff on the arms.
He then dropped trou and showed me the animals (?) on his butt cheeks.
And the tattoo on the head of his penis.
To this day, I can't finish the story. I can't tell you what the image was, 'cause I was a little, uh, taken aback.
What goes through a guy's mind to get a tattoo there? Anyone got any insight?