How do you write latitude and longitude in a tattoo
First you have to find your latitude and longitude numbers then you use a degree sign next to them followed by the directions North, South, East or West.
Longitude is measured in degrees east-west of the Prime Meridian in Greenwich, England. The International Date Line is as straight as a dog's left hind leg but is considered mostly 180 degrees West of GMT.
Latitude is measured North-South of the equator. There is no latitude greater than 90 degrees: the poles.
Tattoos are the subject of some of my worst nightmares. One was about a cowardly little SOB who was afraid to do his own dirty work named "Wild" Bill Clinton. He walked into Nasty's tattoo parlor in Sturgis, during biker week. Then he opened the big book and looked for the largest tattoos Nasty had ever done.
He settled on a particularly ugly devil tattoo, and smiled cruelly. "I want that one."
Nasty cringed. "Are you out of your mind? That is the ugliest tattoo I ever did!"
Wild Bill went wistful. "Tell me more," he said timidly.
"It takes five days of pure torment to put it in!" protested Nasty.
Wild Bill became a bit more excited. "Tell me more!"
"The ink does not react well to wimpy white boys."
"Tell me more!"
"I'll have to cover it with another tattoo, and it will hurt worse!"
"And I charge five grand for that tattoo, so beat it, wimp!" Nasty folded his arms defiant. "You have to be a real man to rate a tattoo anyway so I won't put it in you."
Wild Bill sighed ecstatic (unlike his girlfriend Monica) and peeled off the money.
Nasty cringed again. He shot a look of resignation to Wild Bill. "Okay, pal, where do you want it?"
Wild Bill answered enthusiastically. "On Rush Limbaugh!"
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