Since I haven't been out and about this weekend my mind has had time to wander and ponder. I saw an article recently about a Billy Connolly fan who encountered the man himself in New Zealand (together with Peter Jackson and Stephen Fry) :
"After attracting Mr Connolly's attention, the star stopped and posed for photos and signed autographs.
Mr Harley said he'd been a fan of Mr Connolly "for centuries" and after getting his autograph on his arm made it permanent by having it tattooed."
(To read the entire article click HERE)
Made me wonder if I were to accidentally run into Richard Armitage in NZ or elsewhere, and he autographed my arm, whether I would have his signature permanently tattooed so I could have it forever.
Now, I don't have any tattoos right now, and have never really had a hankering for one. I will admit that I've admired tattoos in others:
But I don't know if I really want one on me, even if it's the Armitage signature.
If he autographed my arm and I didn't get it tattooed it would eventually wash off. I think I would try to get RA to autograph something I could frame on the wall, even if only a napkin!
But what if nothing else was available but my person, would I let this moment pass to get his autograph and immortalize the moment.
Maybe if I could get him to autograph a more hidden part of my anatomy. A place only I, or someone who would know me very, very, very, well could see. Oh yes...mmm...so many choices. Now a tattoo of the Armitage signature there may be OK in that case come to think of it.
So what would you do? Would you have the Armitage signature tattooed on your arm? Or elsewhere?
(pics thanks to Richard Armitage Online and Japanese Tatoo blog)