I've considered getting some tattoos, but I subscribed to Anton's method: Wait and see if you still think it's a good idea.|
Additionally, I've also figured the chances of me having an identifying mark that would work against me are high enough that I've opted against it. :)
Reply #121. Nov 20 11, 9:42 PM
I've read through the thread and there seems to be a divide between those who like tattoos and those who don't.|
Myself, i have one tattoo and i plan on getting more,it is of a silhouette on my upper left arm of my home province,P.E.I,and a short poem i wrote myself.
I agree with the sentiment that you should not get one on impulse,the one that i was originally going to get i was talked out of and i'm glad.It was of a singer that i grew to dislike.
Perhaps a Canadian Flag and my S.I.N.,in case something unfortunate happens to me and they need to identify my body,there it is.;)
Reply #122. Nov 20 11, 10:53 PM
not got any , and dont intend to either ,,|
Reply #123. Dec 26 11, 2:28 AM
No. Not that I haven't thought about it, bu I just can't think of anything that I want permanently drilled onto my skin.|
Reply #124. Mar 05 12, 3:51 PM
Only got one, a pink Pegasus on my right shoulder. Might get another one sometime in the future.|
Reply #125. Aug 23 12, 12:17 AM
I don't like needles. Tattoos are rather tacky. I see actresses wear a beautiful dress that clashes with their tattoos and it is just awful. My Niece has one that has faded over the years and she regrets it. When I was a retail manager, I did not allow visible tattoos. If you did not cover them, then you had no job.|
Reply #126. Dec 21 12, 1:16 AM
Years ago, I was in the Military and saw many guys with many tattoos.|
To each his own. As for me, no way!
Reply #128. Feb 28 13, 2:41 PM
No. I get bored with my calendar picture after a month; there's no way I'd like a permanent art piece on my body. I like that bare skin.|
Reply #129. Mar 01 13, 7:22 AM
Just got my second one yesterday. It's a small black paw print with the names 'Chloe', 'Hazel' and 'Ruby' in a circle around it. Chose this design in memory of two of my pets who sadly passed away a few years ago.|
Reply #130. Mar 07 13, 4:59 PM
I met a former student of mine who is now studying medicine and wants to be a plastic surgeon. Two heavily tattoed girls passed by, the boy looked at them and said with a nasty grin: "My future clients":)|
Reply #131. Mar 07 13, 5:19 PM
Im to young to, and it seems very painful|
Reply #132. Mar 24 13, 2:17 AM
Take my advice Laylah- don't! There are a lot of risks involved and frankly it looks gross. |
Reply #133. Mar 24 13, 4:20 AM
I have two spiders on the back of my left hand, my right forearm is covered with 'tribal' designs, I have a dragon around my left bicep in the art style of the ancient Britons, and a large tattoo of my regimental badge and mottoes 'Ne Obliviscaris' and 'Sans Peur' over my right shoulder.|
Did they hurt when they were done? Not at all, but then I have a high pain threshold.
Do I regret having them? Sometimes, not too often, just sometimes... Except for my regimental badge and mottoes of course!
Reply #134. Mar 24 13, 5:06 AM
If I had money and nerve I would tatoo my arms with ancient Egyptian gods and symbols? I would also tatoo my inner bottom lip with a nasty word ;)|
Reply #135. Mar 27 13, 7:44 PM
I don't have any, but would like to have a lion on my hand.|
Reply #136. Mar 31 13, 2:41 AM
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