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corporate tattoos on bosoms

corporate tattoos on bosoms
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Well, what about this idea: suppose a buxom young lass wants to get through college, but doesn't have the cash. She gets a tattoo with a corporate logo on it put on her cleavage, but it is a tattoo that lasts only, say 5 years. Then they can come to me and I will remove it. It is a long and arduous process, I assure you.

The corporte sponsor pays for her tuition, in return for all the free exposure. It's a win win deal.

Product logos/ideas, anyone?

marquisdenet, Mar 13 2009

Tattoo ads http://www.tattooads.com.au/
[Veho, Mar 14 2009]

More tattoo ads http://www.chinadai.../content_413228.htm
[Veho, Mar 14 2009]

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       How about corporate tattoos on morons instead?
jutta, Mar 14 2009
  

       I would say baked and baked. We have temporary tattoo ads, permanent tattoo ads, people willing to carry ads on themselves and companies willing to stamp their ads on people. For money.   

       Admit it, [marquis], you just wanted an excuse to say "bosom".
Veho, Mar 14 2009
  

       //Then they can come to me and I will remove it// Be afraid. bone (smelly one at that) (sp corporte)
xenzag, Mar 14 2009
  

       Did you know that the word "buxom" doesn't really have anything to do with bosoms? It's just assumed to, because of a cultural shift in assumptions about what's the most desirable secondary sexual characteristic.   

       Unfortunately, when you look up the real meaning, you'll find that it makes this idea look even creepier. [-]
pertinax, Mar 15 2009
  

       Bosoms, now that's a word you don't hear every day any more. Anything with bosoms gets my vote, apart from Margaret Thactcher (Old joke I know). [+]
eight_nine_tortoise, Mar 16 2009
  

       [pertinax]   

       bux·om (bksm) adj. 1. a. Healthily plump and ample of figure: "A generation ago, fat babies were considered healthy and buxom actresses were popular, but society has since come to worship thinness" Robert A. Hamilton. b. Full-bosomed.   

       2. Archaic Lively, vivacious, and gay.   

       3. Obsolete Obedient; yielding; pliant.   

       [Middle English, obedient, from Old English *bhsum, from bgan, to bend, submit; see bheug- in Indo-European roots.]   

       buxom·ly adv.   

       buxom·ness n.   

       The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.   

       buxom   

       Adjective (of a woman) healthily plump, attractive, and full- bosomed [Middle English buhsum compliant]   

       Adj. 1. buxom - (of a woman's body) having a large bosom and pleasing curves; "Hollywood seems full of curvaceous blondes"; "a curvy young woman in a tight dress"
nomocrow, Mar 16 2009
  

       Bosoms [+]
Corporate advertising [-]
Corporate advertising on bosoms [---]
  

       It's funny maths - but it works.
wagster, Mar 16 2009
  

       Well, guys, isn't that the first place your eyes go?   

       You could probably get the same effect with necklaces - with the advantage that you could change advertisers more easily.   

       I think it would be kind of creepy to have sex with a billboard. ("This rack brought to you by MAXIM!")
smendler, Mar 17 2009
  

       Surprised it's not been called "Tittoos".
theleopard, Mar 17 2009
  

       Someone has obviously not been keeping abreast of the latest developments in tattoo advertising.
Aristotle, Mar 17 2009
  

       Hey! Teacher! Leave them tits alone!
theleopard, Mar 17 2009
  

       Now come on, I know it's chest a joke, but don't make a boob of yourself, otherwise, you'll need a lot of support to get over the bra-ssing you'll get from these melons.
zen_tom, Mar 17 2009
  

       Nipple.
theleopard, Mar 17 2009
  

       Not just aureole excuse. It has to B cup good one.
normzone, Mar 18 2009
  

       A thing I'm not too keen on with this idea is that you'd need a lot of front to even be approached for such a tattoo.
Aristotle, Mar 18 2009
  

       I thought all corporate babes had fake boobs anyway. If you pricked them with a tattoo needle they'd just pop...LOUD!
blissmiss, Mar 18 2009
  

       //Obsolete//   

       [nomo], I put it to you that your dictionary has a pitifully short attention span, and no sense of etymological strangeness. ;)
pertinax, Mar 18 2009
  

       I think paying attractive college students to a wear a promotional T-shirt for a certain number of college days per year would be much more effective because: a) tattoos look trashy, b) showing cleavage all the time is impractical, c) tattoo would only be visible to people in close proximity, etc.
xaviergisz, Mar 18 2009
  

       I was just thinking that there are so many slogans that would fit:   

       We try harder (AVIS)   

       Breakfast of Champions (Wheaties)   

       Melt in your mouth, not your hand (M&Ms)   

       Tastes great, less filling (Miller Lite)   

       Just do it ( Nike) - then again, maybe not, might lead to too much groping
marquisdenet, Mar 18 2009
  

       "Washing machines live longer with Calgon".
theleopard, Mar 18 2009
  

       "Hello Boys"?   

       Oh no, that's already been done.
zen_tom, Mar 18 2009
  
      
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