Anyway I totally agree with most of what I read here.
Who at 40 is ‘into’ the same things they were into at 20?
Who wants a representation of something you now have no connection with glaring out to the world and looking back at you in the mirror? They should be unique to the individual but by in large they represent modern trends like say ‘todays flavour’ tribal tattoos.
There's nothing wrong with getting a tattoo, but I please urge folks who do to make sure they're very meaningful and that they don't look stupid.
And for the love of Bob Barker, young folks, PLEASE STOP TATTOOING YOUR LOVER' S NAME ON YOURSELVES!
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You get a tattoo at 20 because it is what you are into at the time.
Hayley tweeted Chad and his band New Found Glory were on tour in Japan at the time, but a few weeks later he visited the same artist and got a tattoo on his thumb of “HW” for Hayley Williams and an X for his straight-edge (substance-free) lifestyle.
Hayley Williams celebrated her little sister Erica’s 18th birthday in January 2014 by getting matching tattoos from artist Ian White at Safe House Tattoo Studio.
ESPN's Scott Van Pelt surpassed all natural conversational / interview boundaries when he cut right through the bullshit and fearlessly asked Tiger Woods about his receding hairline.