Brian’s LOST tattoo. Click here for more.
“I got the tattoo at 434 Tattoo in Honolulu right before I visited the LOST beach. And I kid you not, 5 minutes after I got to the beach, completely alone, a yellow lab came out of the shrubs and ran up to me.”

Brian’s LOST tattoo. Click here for more.

I got the tattoo at 434 Tattoo in Honolulu right before I visited the LOST beach. And I kid you not, 5 minutes after I got to the beach, completely alone, a yellow lab came out of the shrubs and ran up to me.

19 March 2014 ·

18 March 2014 ·

Rob's LOST tattoo.

Rob's LOST tattoo.

12 March 2014 ·

9 March 2014 ·

I will put together a list of questions and answers from Carlton Cuse’s AMA (as well as Michael Emerson’s, he did one on Monday) but for now, here’s a great story about a woman with a LOST tattoo.

I will put together a list of questions and answers from Carlton Cuse’s AMA (as well as Michael Emerson’s, he did one on Monday) but for now, here’s a great story about a woman with a LOST tattoo.

26 February 2014 ·

Sean just got his LOST tattoo colored. (This is what it looked like pre-coloring.)

Sean just got his LOST tattoo colored. (This is what it looked like pre-coloring.)

31 January 2014 ·

Anthony's LOST tattoo.

Anthony's LOST tattoo.

30 January 2014 ·

Sean's LOST tattoo.
Update: Sean got the coloring done.

Sean's LOST tattoo.

Update: Sean got the coloring done.

10 January 2014 ·

22 December 2013 ·

Briana sent me this photo of her LOST tattoo, and sent this message along with it:
"When Lost premiered on September 22, 2004 I was suffering from severe depression. From that first episode, I was hooked. Lost became something I could look forward to each week, and eventually, it became more than that. It was the one thing in my life that was constant. Every week for six years I knew that Lost would come on and I would have something to look forward to and something to escape to. During each hour long episode, my thoughts were entirely on that island. None of my real life troubles or worries could touch me for an hour. And in many ways, Lost gave me exactly what I needed to change my life. All of these characters have certain aspects that define them either in reality, or in their own perception of themselves. Yet these other characters who barely know them see somone different. John Locke isn’t a box salesman, he’s someone special. Jack Shephard isn’t a doctor struggling to come to terms with his father issues, he’s a hero. Kate Austen isn’t a fugitive on the run, but someone dependable, always working for the greater good. Sayid Jarrah wasn’t a torturer, he was a protector. These people weren’t defined by who they saw themselves as or what they did in their past, but by all of these other parts of themselves that they were blind to. Beyond that, in the end, Lost was a show about people. Imperfect people who made mistakes, who were greedy and selfish, but also people who were loving, caring, dedicated. Lost showed me that humanity was a beautiful thing to be a part of and just because I was depressed, I didn’t have to let that define me. My tattoo is the failsafe key from the hatch. The symbolism seemed perfect for me. This key didn’t fix everything or guarantee a perfect easy life for the survivors, but it allowed them to avoid the worst and gave them a chance to keep surviving. That’s exactly what Lost did for me.”

Briana sent me this photo of her LOST tattoo, and sent this message along with it:

"When Lost premiered on September 22, 2004 I was suffering from severe depression. From that first episode, I was hooked. Lost became something I could look forward to each week, and eventually, it became more than that. It was the one thing in my life that was constant. Every week for six years I knew that Lost would come on and I would have something to look forward to and something to escape to. During each hour long episode, my thoughts were entirely on that island. None of my real life troubles or worries could touch me for an hour. And in many ways, Lost gave me exactly what I needed to change my life. All of these characters have certain aspects that define them either in reality, or in their own perception of themselves. Yet these other characters who barely know them see somone different. John Locke isn’t a box salesman, he’s someone special. Jack Shephard isn’t a doctor struggling to come to terms with his father issues, he’s a hero. Kate Austen isn’t a fugitive on the run, but someone dependable, always working for the greater good. Sayid Jarrah wasn’t a torturer, he was a protector. These people weren’t defined by who they saw themselves as or what they did in their past, but by all of these other parts of themselves that they were blind to. Beyond that, in the end, Lost was a show about people. Imperfect people who made mistakes, who were greedy and selfish, but also people who were loving, caring, dedicated. Lost showed me that humanity was a beautiful thing to be a part of and just because I was depressed, I didn’t have to let that define me. My tattoo is the failsafe key from the hatch. The symbolism seemed perfect for me. This key didn’t fix everything or guarantee a perfect easy life for the survivors, but it allowed them to avoid the worst and gave them a chance to keep surviving. That’s exactly what Lost did for me.”

13 December 2013 ·

Fuckyeahlost

Crit is the man behind the curtain of Fuckyeahlost.

Crit with Michael Emerson:


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