I think so. 20 years ago, very few people had tattoos. Now everywhere I go it seems as if one out of every three people under the age of 40 has tattoos. The younger they are, the more likely they are to have a tattoo.
They're definitely becoming more common. I wouldn't say they're the norm though, as most people I know in my age group (between 20-30) don't have tattoos.
I remember when I started working in the service industry when I was 19, both jobs I got were strict about me covering up my very visible tattoo on my wrist. Now, almost 7 years later, no one really cares. I think it stands out less as people become more accepting of tattoos in general.
I think tats were norms before. Tattoos are a part of others' culture.
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