Thursday, August 02, 2007

Crush of the Week: Kat Von D

This week's Crush is tattoo artist Kat Von D. Honestly, I don't know much about her except that she's going to be in a show called "L.A. Ink". I've only seen her in some magazine ads, though.

Actually, I don't go for excessive tattoos on women*, but there's something about her. I think it's the pin-up style of the ads that gets me. Plus, I kind of dig "freaky" women every now and then, like my beloved Byrd Theatre Chix (a tiny bit freaky + vintage dresses = NICE).

*What're they going to look like when they are 80?


simply reg said...

what're they going to look like when they are 80?

who cares? we won't be around then. Freaky, body-mod broads are, to quote Tom Petty, "alright for now."

Micah said...

Yeah, she is the epitome of living in the now, but I always keep an eye to the future. Call me a sappy romantic. Or gay.

BTW, she reminds me of the woman who gave me my tattoo...only less butch.

david webb said...

I shall call you ghey.

I keep an eye to the future as well...and thus heavily tattooed broads are pre-assigned to "short-term" status. Long term projection/forecasting is immediately cast aside for full maximization of present value.

your internal man-computer should have the same innate ability...but you've probably willfully corrupted it with chick propaganda.

The Dubin said...

I blame the mind-clouding effect of all those daiquiris and mai-tais.

stacey said...

i love kat von d, she's on a show called miami ink too and she's so sweet :)

hasselback said...

There is none hotter...anywhere.

God, I loves me some freaky tattooed women.

Currently sort of seeing one. The punchline is that she's Jewish. Worst, Jew, EVER. ;)

Micah said...

Reg - Guess I'm in need for a reboot. Get thee to a titty bar, post haste!

dubin - I think that I'm entitled to a large cash settlement from Messers Bartles and James.

Stacey - Having never seen her show, I'll have to take your word in regards to her sweetness. But I plan on checking out her show(s) sometime.

George - A Jewish war bride? I thought that you were stationed in Saipan.