I like them and have a few myself.
I have no problem with them as I have some also. Done right, they look nice.
He's okay, not too great of an actor though . . .
I don't have it myself, but don't mind other people having it as long as it's nicely done and not too big. And if you are getting tattoo of words, do NOT get it in a language you don't understand.
I like them. But not for me.
I like scars better they tell a story a burn scar here a surgery scar their
I'm a fan! I have three at the moment with one more yet to get!
I prefer having piercing dude !
There are not my thing. I understand wanting to get one that has meaning. For example, my nieces and nephews all have gray ribbons tattoos because their mother died from brain cancer. I am not a big fan of those who get a tattoo for every little thing or hobby. I have a nephew who is covered in tattoos. He started getting them in his late teens. He is now in his 30s and a father and a business owner. He now has a regret or two over some of them. He was atleast smart enough to keep them where they can be covered when wearing a long sleeve shirt.
Not for me either. I read that certain types of body modifications carry serious medical risks. Tattooing with unsanitary needles has been associated with the spread of hepatitis and HIV. Skin disorders sometimes result from the dyes used. Piercings can take months to heal and can hurt for much of that time. They can also produce blood poisoning, hemorrhaging, blood clots, nerve damage, and serious infections. Additionally, some procedures are not easily reversed. For example, depending on the size and the color, a tattoo can take several expensive and painful laser sessions to remove. Piercings may leave lifelong scars. Whether or not an individual decides to accept these risks is a personal decision.