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    Does anyone have a Rams tattoo? I don't know if I have been looking at the ClanRam logo too long or what, but it sounds like a good idea.

    I am thinking about a Rams logo (helmet or ram head) with super bowl champions under it with each year they win. The way they are playing I may not have a long enough arm!

  • #2
    Actually, I'm thinking of having Grant Wistrom autograph me somewhere and then have it tattooed. What do you think?


    • #3
      I like it!! I bet he would make a personal appearance to sign you if he knew what your intentions were (about the tattoo I mean )


      • #4
        OK, I have let this one go for a while to see if anyone else would post ;)

        I have 2 RAM tattoo's

        One of Ernie Conwell and one of the Logo

        AND, pictures to follow :rolleyes:

        Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


        • #5

          I would have guessed that an administrator of a Rams Forum would have at least 2.

          So what does Ernie think about it? :eek:


          • #6
            do we have rams tattoos???

            Of course I have one on my right chest of my own rams design, although, i really like the idea of the clan ram logo though.

            i need more money for more tatt's after college (I have three others - a charging bull, Jimi Hendrix, and an Indian chief).


            • #7
              I'm getting the Rams head logo tattoed on my forearm as soon as I can afford it.Plus I'll have to make a trip to Springfield,Mo to get it done.I knew I wasnt the only one to have that idea.

              GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!

              (Hats off to the Hendrix tat DJRamFan.I have a guitar tatooed on my back with a Celtic cross body style.It's different.)
              Last edited by Aries51; -10-11-2001, 11:15 PM.


              • #8

                I have the new logo on my right arm.

                When I designed the clanram logo that was my intention was to put that on my left arm before it was used a design for clanram. It is in a much better place now :-)

                Dez's Tattoo of Ernie is really cool!! Ernie has seen itas well :-)


                • #9

                  This is so wierd .... i have been thinking of getting a Rams Tat for a few years .... but never really got to the point where i was close to doing so:rolleyes: but this last week .... after coming home from the last game sept 30th ... vs Miami ....( what a game ) i had decided .... its time .... ive very much concidered using the "Muscle" Calnsram ... guy ... its very cool ;) ..... but since im preety new to this forum .... i didnt want to step on anyones toes ... so to speak? would this be a problem?
                  "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave intending on arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, martini in hand, body thoroughly used up, worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"


                  • #10
                    I dont have a problem but you have to put
           under it :mask:

                    Just kidding, go ahead as far as I am concerned, you might like to ask Jason as well as he designed it :p

                    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


                    • #11
                      NO PROB

                      I would be honored that you use it under one condition

                      I want to see pics of it after it heals :-)


                      • #12

                        If you would like a hard copy of just the Ram let me know


                        • #13
                          Who came up with the small shield logo that is on some of the wallpaper that is available on this site?

                          I think that would be the one to use.


                          • #14
                            Now I can say thats my idea but Jason helped me tidy it up.

                            Again, there is no problem using it. :nerd:

                            Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


                            • #15
                              we make a good TEAM Dez


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