think about it half as long as its going to last and thats not chicken its cautious
Make sure you are absolutely sure that what you choose now, you will still want when you are in your seventies. So many people live to regret the choices they made on a whim.
Go and talk with a tatoo artist. See if you can visit a shop while they are doing them. Talk to others that have them..<br />
Myself I would not get one.. still haven't :)
as long as you can cover it up in public or at your job
dont go for it till ur absolutely convinced..else u will regret ...
Just remember there is nothing more sexy than old lady with a tattoo on her a$$ that started out on her shoulder.......
Picture how it will stretch and deform with age
Research research research! - Make them draw out what you want, show you that they are using clean implements and if you have any doubts run for the hills even if you've put down a deposit. Chances are it won't be nearly as bad as you thought
best advice would be don't.
Many of the other comments seem to have a handle on why not... your choice though.
Well, the thing is that there are risks you can take which have a fall back. No one gambles the all their money on the first spin after all. If you get a tattoo there is no real going back, you can't simply rub it off if it goes wrong or if you regret it later. Perhaps.... if you are really set on it, try a henna tattoo first. They are semi-permanent, look lovely and fade to nothing after a few weeks. If you can live with that then come back to think of a tattoo. Check them out here ------>
As I say to my kids, "I don't really care so long as you can show that you've really thought about it"... You have and you're more than old enough to make your own decisions. I'm sure if you get one you'll get one which you feel is appropriate for yourself
Shouldn't even be a question, mate. Go for it! I wonder what's really keeping you, though.