LOL. Now I was in the Navy and I never got a tattoo :confused:Originally posted by harrison:
When I was young and in the navy, like all good sailors I got my name tattoed on my uper arm.
If you are going to get a tatoo you want to go to a licensed tatoo artist. The money might seem like a lot but HIV/AIDS is a lot more expensive and that's a serious risk with unlicensed tatooists.Originally posted by harrison:
IT WAS LIKE $400. NOTHING NOWADAYS IS CHEAP.
Well better tatoos than plastic surgery. On Discovery Health I watched a show about people addicted to plastic surgery. Uffda, it was disgusting. One woman had had over 100 surgeries/procedures done. It's far more expensive than getting a tatoo. The only time plastic surgery is covered by insurance is when the cause of the defect is medical, such as post cancer, birth defect, or accident. None of the addicted people they showed had any medical reasons, it was just plain vanity. So, tatoo away. Although I agree that too much of a good thing can make it a bad thing.Originally posted by Haley:
I'd take a tatoo over liposuction. I've seen liposuction done and it truly is disgusting. It is one of the few medical procedures that makes this nurse nauseated.Originally posted by Haley:
I would rather get a tattoo on my belly than get lipsuction. I am actually thinking about the former very seriously!
i like to call that kind of tattoo "the tramp stamp."WHAT I DON'T UNDERSTAND IS SEEING ALL THESE YOUNG GIRLS WITH THESE TATOOS ON THEIR BUTTS. YOU SEE THEM IN THE MALLS WITH THERE LOW SLUNG JEANS AND ABOUT HALF OF A TATOO SHOWING.
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