Tattoo and passion for a brand.

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    Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    I wonder what kind of comments I'll get this time....

    Most of the people (maybe 99 %) I've met and will meet in the future, won't know the meaning of this sign. I like both the bran and their watches. I don't think Panerai will changes that much during my life time. So I'll stay a Paneristi !

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    I'd like to think that washes off in the shower...............if I'm wrong I'm afraid you might be also

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    Hello,

    A company logo as an tattoo is a no-go for me... regardless on how well known the logo is.

    Despite that it looks quite well done and I hope that you enjoy it.

    Kind regards Philipp

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    Talk about Overkill !

    that's gonna represent some serious 'buyers remorse' someday !

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    Hello,
    As a Tattooist and a heavly tattooed person, I would of coz say go for it. I have put many tattoos on that have way less meaning than a watch logo. The nike swooish for example, a chevy bow tie this past weekend is another good example, etc etc.
    I have also done my fair share of tattoos that have little or no meaning at all
    they simply look cool. So at least in your case your ideal has meaning and value to it. It will represent a passion, a hobby, a style, as well as being a great conversation starter. If done correctly it could be very cool.
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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    I like it! It's always been a cool logo and separately, it's an interesting symbol.
    Greetings from that Island they call Long!

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Sendel
    I like it! It's always been a cool logo and separately, it's an interesting symbol.
    Thanks, Bob ! At last someone to share it with !

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rascal
    I'd like to think that washes off in the shower...............if I'm wrong I'm afraid you might be also

    This one stays !

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    Well, I'm not into tatoos myself, but it looks fine. I recently saw a woman with the Morton Salt label (the one with the little girl and an umbrella) on her ankle. Kind of neat.

    Ricky

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    Re: Tattoo and passion for a brand.

    not only i hate tatus, but also you maybe look as an advertisement sign!:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D

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