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7th Sep 2010 03:59pm
Last Post 5th Oct 2015
does any one: have,like,dislike or considered getting tattoo'd? or simply don't care? Reply
4th Oct 2011 12:01pm
Nita says: I love the Scorpio tatt, that's my starsign. I'm 41 and have always wanted a tattoo, I will get a little inconspicuous one before I die. My daughters who turns 16 in 3 weeks is getting one and I'm fine with it. I think tatts look really good, the only ones I don't like are the ones that take up half a body or something.
15th Oct 2011 07:31pm
Nita says: I love the Scorpio tatt, that's my starsign. I'm 41 and have always wanted a tattoo, I will get a little inconspicuous one before I die. My daughters who turns 16 in 3 weeks is getting one and I'm...
phoenix says: not wanting to burst the bubble but not a scorpio tatt :) just a scorpion :)
15th Oct 2011 07:32pm
phoenix says: woo hoo 15 :) tatts now
16th Oct 2011 10:30pm
astrokat says: I've always wanted a little dragon on my back and a ladybug on my ankle, but never had the guts to go through with it :-(
18th Oct 2011 07:25pm
SuzieQue says: Love tattoos, have 10 myself and getting more
20th Oct 2011 11:56am
ritaromi says: I personally don't like tattoos except cosmetic, medical, identification purpose. People should not have it casually as it is very expensive and painful to remove it. Tattoos are associated with yakuza in Japan, and people with tattoos are openly banned from entering swimming pools, gyms and bathhouses.
I have seen a beautiful woman wearing a beautiful gown. It is a shame tattoos seem to take elegance away from the beautiful gowns.
20th Oct 2011 05:14pm
PGS says: I had the offer to get free ones when I was 17 - didn't bother.
As I live part time OS, I considered getting that address tattooed in the local language somewhere out of sie, but could be found if I was in an accident.
So far, haven't bothered with that, either. The idea has merit, but I'm not sure I want it there permanently.
21st Nov 2011 11:16am
Amy says: I have 1 tattoo and would consider getting more, I think they are a very personal form of art and do need to mean something important to the individual. I plan on having my children's names incorporated to my next one.
21st Nov 2011 10:12pm
Aliyaraya says: They are okay while your young but what about when you get old. I don't like tatoos because people forget that when you get older your skin shrinks and wrinkles and they don't look nice anymore.
28th Nov 2011 06:47pm
phoenix says: Well even when I'm old I will still like them, as my eyesight will probably be so bad it will look just as good as the day I got them all :)
29th Dec 2011 08:58pm
Starlite5 says: I don't mind tats on other people but I wouldn't get one myself, it's too permanent for my liking and as I like change it would annoy the crap out of me knowing that there wasn't much I could do about it once I got it...
3rd Jan 2012 11:09pm
goanna says: I hate tattoos and think they look ugly. Just imagine how a person will look when they age with a wrinkly tattoo showing on their bodies. In my opinion it cheapens women, no matter what age they are. Big mistake if partners have their girlfriends or wives name printed on their bodies, only to move into another relationship with the ex' name showing. Not good at all.
4th Jan 2012 03:18pm
verity says: Yes I am 49 yrs old and have 2 small tattoo's which I got over 20yrs ago .
Then it was taboo for woman, now its fashionable.
9th Jan 2012 08:36am
Nyse says: I personally dislike tattoos, I think for women they cheapen them and aren't very classy. There is nothing worse than seeing a woman dressed in a really classy outfit and then seeing a tattoo on her ankle or back, it totally destroys the whole look. Think about how ugly they will look as a person gets older.
10th Jan 2012 06:23am
narenat28 says: I am 28 and only have 3 of them, my first ever is on my shoulder and I will never forget the pain. That would be though because the person doing it was learning and I wanted to be the one to have the privilidge of getting the 1st done from him, he also done my 2nd and I had my third done from an uncle. I love them all, they are Ta Moko and I plan to get more in the future, as they say tattoo in general are addictive. I never thought it was possible but a fact that I have to solely agree on
17th Jan 2012 02:03pm
Ziggy says: I have 7 tattoo's the only one's you can see are on my ear's. I am in the process of having them removed, not because I don't like them it's the reaction of some people that meet you, I have a Diploma in Hospitality Management and don't think the look for a manager includes ear tattoo's I'm 48 years old and got them when I was 20 and a stay at home mother. I like tattoo's on other's and myself.
- Smiley Ky
18th Jan 2012 10:02am
Smiley Ky says: I find tattoo's to be a work of art. I have a big one stretching over my shoulder & back (aka shoulder plate) & it's tasteful & I get plenty of positive comments about it. Others just get a tattoo for the sake of it, to fit in, etc. I don't think many people appreciate a good work of art on the body.
For a laugh Google - Images, worst tattoo's.
1st Feb 2012 10:37pm
mumma says: I have always wanted a tattoo, i just haven't had the chance to go do it i want my sons names and my younger brother that passed i just need to work out how i want it done and how bad to they hurt
2nd Feb 2012 12:43pm
narelle says: no a pretty site
18th Feb 2012 01:24pm
kyliemc4 says: i love tattoos but only when it comes to a person who knows what they are doing i had an 18 yr old man tattoo my 13 yr old daughter and it is on her leg and its suppose to be the southern cross but it looks terrible