Thread: Nowadays, I regret my tattoo.

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    • 3 years 3 months ago
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    Time for me to cry in the corner.
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      At least it's better than crying over a broken Super Nintendo.
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        • 3 years 3 months ago
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        Good.
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          Next, regret your posting.
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            I bet countless people regret their tattoos. Tattoos used to be a big deal if you had one but in the 90s all these people started getting tattoos that otherwise would never had gotten one had the culture not moved to that direction. The same goes for piercings. Now a bunch of spoiled kids were rocking tattoos and/or piercings like it was nothing. They tried to be self expressive and unique and not realizing that there were already countless like them.
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              • 3 years 3 months ago
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              Piercings will eventually close up but tattoos are forever! Well maybe not forever, but to remove them it will cost alot more in pain and money than originally getting it, so that's why you should think before you INK! LOL
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                  Quote by TheWalletUnknown
                  Time for me to cry in the corner.



                  Get rid of it. Don't cry to us about it!
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                    • 3 years 3 months ago
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                    How big is the tattoo? Is it only one tattoo? Why not just get it lasered off?
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                      Quote by RomanBlade86
                      I bet countless people regret their tattoos. Tattoos used to be a big deal if you had one but in the 90s all these people started getting tattoos that otherwise would never had gotten one had the culture not moved to that direction. The same goes for piercings. Now a bunch of spoiled kids were rocking tattoos and/or piercings like it was nothing. They tried to be self expressive and unique and not realizing that there were already countless like them.

                      I don't think it's ever been merely about the fact of having a tattoo all by itself. It's the subject matter or the design. There might be some people out there who think having a tattoo makes them cool and don't even care what it is--or thought that and didn't care at the time--I would not associate with somebody presently in that state of mind. Anyway it's the content and the art of it that is important. I have many friends who have them, from as long as 20+ years ago and none regret them. I have had mine for ten years and I still love it. Mrs stake has many, and all were very carefully considered and designed and executed and she wouldn't give them up for anything.
                      And the question of uniqueness doesn't come up, it's not like anybody thinks they are the only one who has them.
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                        Tattoos I imagine became big in the 90s as a way of branding themselves so other people with tattoos could spot you and that was their way of identifying who they should be friends with. I imagine it was an identity thing as many people of European descent wanted to break away from the stereotypes that were placed on them.
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                          You've got some interesting ideas, I'll give you that.
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                            That's why I've never gotten a tattoo. Look at the "cool" people who have their entire arms, etc., tattooed. I know it's a free country and all, but how will these people feel about it when they get old? And also, tattoos are so common today that they really don't make you different. I find them to be, well, yaaaawnn, ho-hum--a pathetic attempt to get attention.
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                              If they ever develop a tattoo that looks legit and dissolves in a year, then I might.
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                                • 2 years 9 months ago
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                                Quote by Goofball
                                how will these people feel about it when they get old?

                                They will still like it.

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                                And also, tattoos are so common today that they really don't make you different.

                                They're not supposed to.
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                                  Quote by Goofball
                                  how will these people feel about it when they get old?

                                  They will still like it.

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                                  And also, tattoos are so common today that they really don't make you different.

                                  They're not supposed to.


                                  Yep, just an old man with tattoos. What else. Tattoos are not only for people who wants to stand out, there are plenty of other motivations behind it. Thank heavens for diversity.
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