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Nadine86
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(Original post by Homegrownkitten)
My dizzy sister has hers pierced, she swallowed the stud one time and had to re-pierce her tongue after it healed over slightly *cringe*

On the subject of tattoos, I'd like a butterfly on my lower back but I have heard that pregnancy can ruin tattoos in that area. Ive decided to wait until I have had my family, then see if I still fancy it.

if u keep it soft with alot of cream during pregnancy ur skin will stay elastic and wont expand to the point of ruining ur tattooo... plus, it also depends on how much fat u put on while pregnant...
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just woudering if any of you have got any tattoos
one on my back at the top and one at the bottom

and wear are they
how big
how much did they cost
Too permanent....I prefer piercings.
But still, I might want a small one somewhere one day......as long as it doesn't hurt too much!
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Yep i got one on my arm at the top, i dont even notice its there anymore
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depends if they look good on the person or not!!!! guys that have tattoos on their legs just look mingin (sorry for the use of shite word) but celtic tattoos on the top of the arm just below shoulder look nice!! especially if the arm is muscular!!!
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i got one on my hip its cost £35 and i love it
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Here is mine, with a little flex of the arm.
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I used to want a tattoo, but like most things I've grown out of it and wouldn't even consider it now!
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why have a tatoo, somewhere it is noticeable cos when you're old and wrinkly, its just gonna look like a big old stain
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I know it's like a craze now almost everyone in our year has one (the girls) and they are all in the same place ... on the lower back with a kinda of celtic design.

I don't think I would ever get one and I think coloured ones do look really tacky as well!
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(Original post by Babygal)
why have a tatoo, somewhere it is noticeable cos when you're old and wrinkly, its just gonna look like a big old stain
When im old and wrinkly it will look like a tatoo
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(Original post by Investmentboy)
When im old and wrinkly it will look like a tatoo
What is your tattoo of exactly?
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Tattoos are far too classy for me.
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I just find them a bit of a turn off especialy on girls, it just makes them look butch (no offence).
I think some of them can look quite nice on girls but only on the hip and lower back areas. And they are have to be small and feminine. I wouldn't have a tatoo because I am a wimp. On guys I quite like celtic symbols on the lower back or a black celtic band around the uper arm. I think they are sexy.
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......Tattoos can look good on either gender, it just depends on the quality of the tattoo. I don't have one because my father would disown me if I did.

Also the argument that "It'll look like sh1t when you turn wrinkly" doesn't really pay attention to the fact that you wont exactly be a glamour model anyway by the time you're a grand-parent.

That said I have a few piercings, my left ear three times, and my right ear once (stop laughing now!! I did it myself, as well as my second left ear piercing, out of curiosity of what it'd look like and in the comfort that it would heal over, which it probably has by now) as well as my tongue.

Now, we've all heard about the "benefits" of the tongue piercing. And while I was already comfortable with my talents before, I can happily conclude that the rumors are true. IT helps!!!

Of course, each to their own. I think certain tattoos look great on women, and others look horrible.

Sorry to go on, but I've wanted a tattoo for ages, but respect my Dad too much to get one.
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What is your tattoo of exactly?
Dont know really, some celtic affair. Just liked it as it was jaged and the design appealed to me...
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iv got a small simple black dragon on my sholder blade il def regret it in a few years cost £40
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Who keeps bring back these old threads.
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Who keeps bring back these old threads.
thats what i was thinkin
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