Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Tattoo Tuesday featuring Joseph Marvullo

Please welcome the sexy and inspiring
 Joseph Marvullo 


My First Tattoo:
My first tattoo was when I was 21 years old.  I got a Chinese symbol for Good Memories.  I got it 2 weeks after my mother passed away.  I wanted to get something for her to remember all the good times we had together.  I remember my girlfriend at the time didn't understand why I had to put something on my body to remember, and wondered why I had to do something like that in order to remember my mom.  For me it was more to commemorate her by, rather than a constant reminder.  My mother was an amazing woman, who passed when she was just 49 from a heart attack.  This event influenced the next few years greatly and added to some of the worst years of my life.

Any regrets:
I don't regret any of the tattoos I have, and yes I am one of those guys who has an EX's initials, and an Ex's name on my arm.  Like all my tattoos, they tell a story of my life.  Others have asked me if I am going to get them covered since I am not with either of them anymore.  To be honest I really am not sure. For now I am going to keep them.  My last girlfriend really wanted me to get the initials taken off, then I got her name and she finally stopped bothering me. HAHA.  I never make fun of someone else's tattoo, no matter what it is.  Whether they were drunk, stupid, young, who knows... Its still an expression of at time and a place in their lives.  Now them regretting it is another story, haha.

Any not in photographs:
I don't have any "hidden" tattoos that you can't see if I am just in my underwear.  There is one though that I got recently that isn't in any pictures.  Just last week I covered a scar that I had on my arm.  It was 6 cigarette burns the night leading up to me going to rehab.  I covered it with the Thundercats logo.  Part of my past is that I really had a rough time growing up, and I really don't remember much.  Most of the memories I have aren't very good ones.  Thundercats for some reason I remember, it brings back good memories of my childhood.  When I think of that, it allows me to remember some memories, and most of the time they are now good ones.

 A parting note from Joe:
All in all I am blessed for the life I live today, I am so grateful to have had this opportunity to share this small piece of me with you.  May God bless you all!  Never give up on your dreams!

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