Wrong Title But Always Be YourselfWhen I first entered this website several months back, I accidently (just my typicalt self) stuck my story under wrong heading. I am not a great fan of tattoos or piercings (except for one in each ear which is fairly common for women). Funny though, I don't wear a lot of jewelry either, Necklace chains are always getting caught in my hair although I love them and I am not one for mult-colored nail polish or even earrings a lot unless I am going somewhere fancy or dressed in a business sort of attire. I have nothing against those who do like them, but for me, I prefer not. A big mistake on my part, but for those who do like tattoos and piercings, I feel everyone is entitled to do what they believe is right for them. I have even seen a few small ones or some done by men in the military I found quite attractive. I guess I just don't like too much of anything. I guess back to the old saying "less is more". My daughter has a very tiny tattoo (which I was not crazy about when she got it) and it was not properly done as her ex thought about going into business for himself and actually not a bad artist, but he more or less used her as his first attempt. He most definitely needs to stay in the tree busines! At least it is in a fairly inconspicous place and she regretted afterwards getting it. As I have witnessed, tattoos tend to wrinkle in elderly people when their skin does, and if you have someone's name put on yourself as many have, they might be great for those who stay with that person, then what? I guess I'm more into seeing the natural skin we were all blessed with, although again, for those who like them, they have nothing to do with me and are not offensive in any way. Creativity is a wonderful thing, but I prefer a great piece of art that I can view on my wall or in a museum. Always be yourself no matter what!
ru4real2 56-60, F 1 Response 2 Aug 20, 2012