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That would be in the eye of the beholder. I myself have tattoos. While I do have them, I do not have a desire to cover my whole body. For those who want to cover their whole body, I do not judge. Everyone has their own reasons for getting tattooed. Getting tattooed or not in itself is freedom of choice.
I don't really get it when people have tattoos covering their arms, chest, back, etc. If you have more than a few that are easily visible, you are probably going to regret it when you're old(er), and it usually means having difficulty finding a good job. I'm all for freedom of expression, but it sucks if it hinders the rest of your life.
I agree with Amethysraven's comment. For me, one tatoo is too many, I simply don't care for them. I don't really see the reason for them or understand the point to having them. I have friends and family with one tattoo and friends with multiple LARGE ones. I don't get it, but that's their body. What they do with their body is their business, not mine.
I guess I don't understand tattoos. An example - the show American Pickers. Danni D. the gal back at the office has a chest tattoo that covers most of her upper chest and part of her shoulders. It looks like a shirt pattern.
Now a lot of women love clothing and do not like to wear the same thing twice in a row or at all. But every time she wears a tank top, it looks like she is wearing the same shirt all the time. I'm not sure why someone would want to do that.
I like change and tattoos are often a permanent manifestation of a temporary interest (not always I know). So for me one is too many.
This is going to be a personal decision that each person will have to make for themselves. Factors like preference and lifestyle are going to vary for each individual.
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