My brother owns a tattoo studio and has a plethera of stories about his clientel and their sometimes wacky choices for a tattoo. That being said, it is a personal choice to get "inked" and for those who didn't do it on a whim have put a great deal of thought into the "what and why" of it all.
Tattoos are not a fad. It is a choice in life just like anything else I guess...You choose to get married and if that doesn't work out you get a divorce. You happen to fall on a tattooist and get a great big hulking ugly sort of a tattoo on your chest and it's just as hard to get rid of it as it is a nagging old woman. Most of us with tattoos really love them and could not be without as they become part of who we are.
Speaking directly on the matter of chest tattoos...I particularly don't like them on women. I like breasts too much to see them adorned with anything else but the skin God put on. I could care less what a dude does to his chest...It's the ladies who need not place an ounce of ink where God has seen fit to create a man's favorite place to motorboat!
I never got into the tattoo fad that is painting America these days. However some see it as body art, body designs, expression or an art culture and I just see it as something people do for attention. I do think some are cool and very expressive..I know that members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. show their brands and tattoos on their chest and arms and it shows our legacy, committment, and dedication to the organization.
You see them at the beach, usually after a hurricane or flood. You see them at antique shows, but usually not on PBS's Antiques Road Show. They're Chest Tattoos. Hundreds of years ago, chests were almost... read more
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Here is my hub answer for chest tattoos- and how it relates to history, art, and what to look for because you will be wearing this for life-
My main ambition or goal in life is to get a chest tatoo of an anchor with a hot girl attached to the side !
by stylezink 3 months ago
Fellow tattooed friends: Do your tattoo's itch or become raised at times? I'm talking to those that have had a tattoo for years, not fresh ink. All of my tattoo's itch or become raised, mainly the outlines, I was wondering if anyone has the same issue. Everything I read online is referencing the...
by Lynda Gary 8 years ago
Share your tattoo stories, please!Do you have one (or more)?When did you get it?Why did you get it?Are you against tattoos?If so, why?Are you not against them, but would never consider getting one?If so, why?Do you have a great tattoo story or experience?Share, please!!
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