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1-27-2009 @ 7:48PM
"Dad, whats that scar?""Oh thats just a silly tattoo that I had to get removed because I severely regretted it about a year after I got it"
1-27-2009 @ 8:40PM
Hmm...I still have mine after almost 18 years and rarely give it any thought. Then again, mine is small and on my shoulder and not large and on my leg, but still.
1-27-2009 @ 8:44PM
Sorry I should have been more specific. I meant game-related tattoos, not all; custom pieces done by accomplished artists are stunning, and something I plan to do myself one day (when i can finally settle on a theme and style!)Game related tattoos, and others such as band names, logos, movie or TV show related ink I cant imagine someone regretting rather quickly.
1-27-2009 @ 8:46PM
[* can't imagine someone NOT regretting]
1-27-2009 @ 8:51PM
That's true enough, like someone who gets their girlfriend's name tattooed on a ribbon banner with a heart and then breaks up with said girlfriend :-)I knew someone in '92 who had a Van Halen logo tattoo. He hated it, but thought it was "cool" at the time he got it.
1-27-2009 @ 9:06PM
Funny, in my house it goes kind of like this:"Hey, Mom, tell me the stories of your tattoos again.""Well, this one was the first I ever got, when I was sixteen. And this one was to celebrate when your dad and I got married...." Etc., through the dozen plus tattoos I have and the moments in my life—good and bad—that they are markers of.You also seem to be under the mistaken impression that only young people get tattoos.
1-27-2009 @ 9:27PM
Lilene what makes you think that I am under the impression only young people get tattoos? I am no spring chicken myself (3 and a bit decades and counting) yet I am still considering it.I can see your point and I do agree, but do you see playing World of Warcraft as a "moment" worth engraving on your body for the rest of your life?
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