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tattoo's and whether people like them, have them, want them or don't care! Reply

Last reply: 2nd Oct 2012 / 26 replies / Post by phoenix

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Sarah

Posted by: Sarah
Posted: 11th Nov 2010

Sarah says: I believe tattoos are private and shouldn't be on the face or hands. Reply

Troy2763

Posted by: Troy2763
Posted: 15th Sep 2011

Sarah says: I believe tattoos are private and shouldn't be on the face or hands.

Troy2763 says: Some tattoo's are definitely private Sarah but some are also lovely to see. Depends on what it is. Reply

suganspyc

Posted by: suganspyc
Posted: 18th Mar 2012

Sarah says: I believe tattoos are private and shouldn't be on the face or hands.

suganspyc says: I have two tattoos and one Moko Kauae on my chin it is a tattoo of a sense but is a traditional Maori tattoo with deep spiritual and person family history and status among our culture. Reply

suzie

Posted by: suzie
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

suzie says: there bodies but people could be more discreet Reply

kosimik

Posted by: kosimik
Posted: 17th Nov 2010

kosimik says: Love 'em, Have 'em, Want more... Reply

Di

Posted by: Di
Posted: 22nd Nov 2010

Di says: People should be able to have tattoo's with out being judged. As long as it's tasteful, it's just art Reply

grandma4

Posted by: grandma4
Posted: 23rd Nov 2010

grandma4 says: I like them but not all over the body,some nicely done artworks are covering peoples arms legs backs etc. I would like to get a small one maybe at the top of my arm or shoulder but i worry about who does it and do they have regulations they have to follow. I also dont know where to start looking. Reply

blondie72

Posted by: blondie72
Posted: 27th Nov 2010

blondie72 says: The only difference between people who have tattoos and people who dont have tattoos is that people WITH tattoos don't care if you have tattoos or not. It's a personal choice so none of us should judge. I am 10, 000, 000 times more irritated and offended by the ever growing graffitti that we all have to look at!! Reply

nette

Posted by: nette
Posted: 7th Dec 2010

nette says: hate them would never get one, but if that is what other people want good luck to them Reply

Mustang17

Posted by: Mustang17
Posted: 16th Dec 2010

Mustang17 says: I don't have a problem with most tattoos, our rule with our children who are now 19 and 21 that they must be able to be covered if needed.
My son has his daughters name and date of birth across his heart which we allowed just before his 18th Birthday as there was no regret in having this tattoo.
My daughter had a butterfly designed by my son put onto her shoulder blade and she has just had AMORE' tattooed across the back of her neck. She works as a professional in HR and nobody even knows that she has them unless she tells them. Reply

Ekkaboy

Posted by: Ekkaboy
Posted: 17th Dec 2010

Mustang17 says: I don't have a problem with most tattoos, our rule with our children who are now 19 and 21 that they must be able to be covered if needed.
My son has his daughters name and date of birth across...

Ekkaboy says: Fair enough Mustang - I didn't get my first tat til 30, and I have that same rule - I wear them with pride but can cover them for business/work. Many people that know me have no idea I have tatts, but I love 'em.

I like to see a few tatts on people - don't like the full-sleeve/full-body covers, everything in moderation!!!

When I was growing up tattoos = criminals, very glad that has changed now. Reply

Lastcardlouis

Posted by: Lastcardlouis
Posted: 14th Apr 2012

Ekkaboy says: Fair enough Mustang - I didn't get my first tat til 30, and I have that same rule - I wear them with pride but can cover them for business/work. Many people that know me have no idea I have tatts,...

Lastcardlouis says: Unfortunately, while the old "tattoos = criminals" rule of thumb no longer applies to everyone with tatts, I reckon it still applies to the criminal classes. In general I don't like tattoos except in a pure traditional context. I see guys and some gals at the gym with tatts that are going to look truly dreadful when they're older. Maybe they're banking on a removal technology that really works... Reply

bren

Posted by: bren
Posted: 18th Dec 2010

bren says: I don't have one, but I reckon they look great when the image matches the personality of the person. I might even consider getting one someday
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daisyviolet

Posted by: daisyviolet
Posted: 13th May 2011

daisyviolet says: It's a personal choice. Reply

lamyaa

Posted by: lamyaa
Posted: 24th May 2011

lamyaa says: Honstly i dont like tatto's becuase it hide the beauty of our bodies i believe people should just have temporary one because alot of people when they have tatto's they will decide to move them in the future so why not have a temporary one!!! Maybe a small one its okay. Reply

Lesley

Posted by: Lesley
Posted: 9th Jul 2011

Lesley says: Tattoos are a very personal thing for me. I have my daughters names surrounded by a rose and a butterfly which symbols my freedom from a bad relationship. I think it's a persons choice to have them and they shouldn't be judged because of them. It doesn't make us bad people because we have them. Reply

Troy2763

Posted by: Troy2763
Posted: 15th Sep 2011

Troy2763 says: Tattoo's are definitely a personal thing. I have one but it is not on public display. Sometimes I wonder if young people think about what they will look like in 40 years. Reply

anie

Posted by: anie
Posted: 23rd Sep 2011

anie says: Tattoo are a choice Many a friend have had them removed its costly chose carefully Reply

warbucks

Posted by: warbucks
Posted: 2nd Oct 2011

warbucks says: It's a personal choice. I don't really care about them. It needs to be a carefully considered decision though. Difficult, painful and/or costly to remove. Reply

kyze

Posted by: kyze
Posted: 3rd Oct 2011

kyze says: Love tattoo's on myself and others, have four and want more. Reply

Roch

Posted by: Roch
Posted: 22nd Dec 2011

Roch says: I don't like tatoo's at all. And according to the scripts/bible God says, do not put tatoo's on you body. You must look after your own body in the right way. I know that some culture's prefer to put it on their body's. I as a person muself I do not agree with them, to ruin your body. Reply

suganspyc

Posted by: suganspyc
Posted: 18th Mar 2012

suganspyc says: Tattoo's are a very personal thing, spiritual, cultural, a way of rememberence, or a reminder not to do that again.LOL. But even as much as we have our own opinions telling someone that they shouldn't have one cause God doesn't approve is boardering on abusive behaviour I should know I copped that when I got mine. My body is a temple yes and how I choose to honor God and decorate my temple is purely personal private and between God and I we have discussed each tattoo at length and I will never regret any of them. Reply

simla

Posted by: simla
Posted: 4th Sep 2012

simla says: i think that if you feel you should have a tattoo,you should get one, it could be a link to your ancestry/tribal group,coming to you through your subconscious? Reply

Ian

Posted by: Ian
Posted: 5th Sep 2012

Ian says: Tatto is good or bad, it depends to the view of people. For someone it is art.. for others its not good.. For me I don't like tattoo, i am woman, even if I am man, I wont't have tattoo, when you grow old its not good on your skin.. Ugly to the skin Reply

Scud

Posted by: Scud
Posted: 2nd Oct 2012

Scud says: i think tattoo's are a personal choice,i have one.But i think people need to know that there for life.So maybe just careful where you put it on your body. Reply

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