How likely are you to get tattooed? Would it be an easy decision for you to go for one?
It would be a hard decison for me. I am the kind of person who wants something one minute then when I have it I don't want anymore.
I have wanted to get a tattoo for years but have pretty well decided not to. It was hard for me to give up the idea, but I think I am too old now. Plus, the tattoo I wanted would cost a fortune. In the thousands. I think that anyone who wants to get one, should. No matter age, race or gender. I just think I am part of a generation that didn't find it ok until we got too old. Hope this helps.
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Yes it was not an easy decision for me.
When I decided to go for a Tatoo, then two questions came to my mind: what? and where?
As there is no easy way back you should make sure that this questions are answered for you and that this will not change (at least) for long time.
I fully intend to get tattooed! I'd say it's quite an easy decision for me (I just lack funds). I've chosen things I want and have thought obsessively about them for months.
This said, I think when I turn up at the tattoo parlour and hear the needle buzzing, I'll be petrified of it hurting and probably faint!
I got my first tattoo just before turning 50 last year. I love it and had wanted to do it for years, I just found what I wanted finally and got it. The new ways the needles work it takes the pain out quite a bit
by alexandriaruthk 2 years ago
Do you like body art, like tattoos?Why or why not?
by John C Thomas 5 years ago
Can anyone explain to me why tattoos are so popular?Maybe I'm from a completely different era (I just turned 51), but can anyone explain to me why everyone and their mother has to get a crappy tattoo and show it off to everyone these days? I don't think of myself as a prude-- I'm a punk rock...
by Sassygals 5 years ago
What is it with so many otherwise sane people marking up their bodies with tattoos? I don't get it.Tattoos are permanent. Years from now you may not want what you want now. What's the deal with that?
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!!
by PhoenixV 2 months ago
What Is Your Advice On Getting Or Not Getting A Tattoo Or Body Piercing?Tattoo or not to tattoo? What should a person consider before getting a tattoo or body piercing? What kind of tattoo would you recommend if you do think it is okay?
by Mmargie1966 6 years ago
Which hurts worse, getting a tattoo or waxing your body?People have different thresholds for several types of pain. I'm hoping this question starts an interesting dialog about pain.
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