Thinking of getting a Harry Potter tattoo...

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    http://bloodyhellhptattoos.tumblr.co...as-much-as-i-d

    Like the one on here, in the same place. What do you think of it? I LOVE Harry Potter but don't want anything too prominent or big. How much would this be likely to cost? And how long would it take roughly (tattoo virgin here )
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    I realllllly want the deathly hallows mark on my ankle and i dont think it would take to long, about 30 mins at the max. it would be quite painful though, your feet are meant to be really sore, but i think you should definitely get it
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    It would not take long, 10-20 minutes perhaps (could be wrong), and would probably cost whatever their minimum charge is, varies wildly but probably around £50.

    If you want it and have thought it through, go for it.
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    I personally don't like it, I wouldn't get a tattoo that was "fan based" though, so that's just my opinion.
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    (Original post by Cast No Shadow)
    I personally don't like it, I wouldn't get a tattoo that was "fan based" though, so that's just my opinion.
    Completely agree. I'm not a fan of 'fan based' tattoos especially when they're really cheesy :/
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    When you're 30, you will regret having a Harry Potter tattoo.
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    Much as I love Harry Potter, I think you would regret it when you're older.
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    Well that's just... riddikulus! :wizard:
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    Personally, if I were ever to get a Harry Potter tattoo (not planning on it at the moment) I'd definitely get the Deathly Hallows symbol, probably on my wrist.
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    - Because it is actually a beautiful symbol, it's discrete, it does have the meaning of Harry Potter, but it also has the meaning of the Tale of the Three Brothers, so it would also be a reminder to not be too greedy, foolish, or thirsty for power - which I think are all great ideals to carry with you in life.

    Edit - the image looks weird, but if you click on it it shows up properly.
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    (Original post by PoGo HoPz)
    Well that's just... riddikulus! :wizard:
    Nice
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    (Original post by Cast No Shadow)
    I personally don't like it, I wouldn't get a tattoo that was "fan based" though, so that's just my opinion.

    (Original post by Rhi_Chemo)
    Completely agree. I'm not a fan of 'fan based' tattoos especially when they're really cheesy :/

    (Original post by funsongfactory)
    Much as I love Harry Potter, I think you would regret it when you're older.

    (Original post by yothi5)
    When you're 30, you will regret having a Harry Potter tattoo.
    Thanks for the feedback. I see your points, but I can't imagine ever disliking the book when I'm older. And it will still be a memory of my childhood which is where the appeal for me lies the most. And it can be easily hidden with shoes/socks etc.
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    (Original post by FelixFelicis)
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    I'd never get anything that bold I have a felix felicis necklace btw
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    (Original post by FelixFelicis)
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    Ew what the ****?
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    (Original post by *Boofle*)
    Thanks for the feedback. I see your points, but I can't imagine ever disliking the book when I'm older. And it will still be a memory of my childhood which is where the appeal for me lies the most. And it can be easily hidden with shoes/socks etc.
    I can't ever imagine disliking Harry Potter either, just saying that there will most likely come a time when you'll feel a bit silly for having a tattoo of it. If you're definitely sure you want one then I'd at least think about getting it a colour that's easy to remove (I think black is supposed to be the hardest to remove, but I'm not certain).
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    If you want to, go ahead. However, make sure you are 100% certain you want it, as you might regret it when you are older.
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    If you're going to do it, do it properly - get the lightning bolt on your forehead. :yep:
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    thought you were gonna say something like this xP

    http://totallytop10.com/wp-content/u.../07/scar-4.jpg
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    please no..
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    The giggles to be had when you're 50 +
 
 
 
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