But I am talking about nobody posting up their tats on here. I think we have more youngsters signing up recently and they do not have any (yet) so no one is posting. I for one, do not have a tattoo except for the permanent red strip on mythats prolly true because of the stigmata that use to be associated with tattoos. still most all the men i grew up around had tattoo's.... most were servicemen of some sort tho.
i would bet there is more younger people -30 with tattoos then older people +30 with em.But I am talking about nobody posting up their tats on here. I think we have more youngsters signing up recently and they do not have any (yet) so no one is posting. I for one, do not have a tattoo except for the permanent red strip on my
yea i would hope that one who is thinking of getting a tattoo will consider this when deciding on a tattoo.You correct in today's world, but those under 30's will be old one day with the same tats.
I think we have had more under 21's sign up lately though...
branding is way more dangerous. way more painful as well.What do yall think about branding? I'd consider that over a real tattoo. And I dont mean being branded by a thumper's header.
All I know if scarification by cutting is absolutely nucking futs.
I doubt I'd ever get anything though. I'll let my scars tell stories.
I think it's a little cooler (no pun intented).branding is way more dangerous. way more painful as well.
to each their own so i wouldn't talk shit but i have never seen a branding i liked
those are cool, but i feel like those can get you real sick if they got infected :gross:
like i said to each their own but i dont think it looks cool at all. besides you are so limited on what you can do. Id say if you want that raised look i would go the implant + tattoo route.