What were some of the reasons for your tattoos? If you are a blank canvas, what would make you want one? Hubby and I were joking about putting "No Sulfa" on my chest.

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Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

None. I'm too old now. But when I was younger I wanted a rose⚘ or butterfly.

No Sulfa, go with 🐢.

Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Unfortunately, mine were done when I was in the service and drunk as a skunk. Something to do on down time. Wasn't much else to do there. I look at some of them now and scratch my head ! LOL.

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Veronica Dultry
Veronica Dultry commented
I had a friend tell me that every tattoo was a commemoration of that time in life. You have yours, and I'm sure there is something to every one of them. Even if it's commemorating a drunken night out.
Rooster Cogburn
Rooster Cogburn commented
Some I look at now and still can't figure out why I had that done ! LOL
Veronica Dultry
Veronica Dultry commented
LOL!!
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Ancient Hippy answered

I have an eagle flying past an orange sun, for patriotism.

Tiger on my right calf because it's cool.

On my right rib cage, I have the date of the doctors declaration that I'm cancer free. Next to the date, I get a checkmark tattoo for every year thereafter. It's my yearly celebration.

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Mountain Man answered

My first one was when I was 18. Second at 19,third at 20 then I was done. I got them because I always looked up to my uncles and my grandfather on my mother's side. They each had a few so I figured I was gonna have some also. The one tattoo is a little more faded than the rest even though they were all done by the same artist. I have no regrets getting them but don't plan on getting anymore .

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Veronica Dultry
Veronica Dultry commented
Let me know if you do, I've known a few who have, and loved it. If your tattoo artist is still around, maybe?
Mountain  Man
Mountain Man commented
I'll let you know if I do Dragonfly. It would have to be from someone different now though because the artist is retired unfortunately.
Veronica Dultry
Veronica Dultry commented
Okay, sounds good. Sometimes artists run in families. Maybe there is a relative who took up the mantle.
Angela Anthony Profile
Angela Anthony answered

Well, the first one that I got was of a wolf howling at a full moon, it's on my chest and I got it when I was in nursing school when a bunch of us went on a whim. The second came a few years ago and is Japanese Kanji for soul mate on the back of my neck/upper back, the third more recently is on my inner wrist and is a Celtic knot (I'm Irish) with my favorite Italian saying L'amore bella (beautiful love) underneath.

Zack -  Mr. GenXer Profile

I have a tattoo of a dragon on the back of my neck. So does my friend. She has terminal cancer and we both thought it would be cool to show support for one another.

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Matt Radiance answered

I have none right now but surely will have some almost soon enough. I love tattoos, they are cool. And they are able to carry many weights of meanings with you.

They would be:

An American flag: Patriotism and passion for my country.

A logo and sentence designed by my mother: It's by our first names, and something she wrote by a language she invented, i asked her to create such idea for a tattoo. She did. I love her with no doubt, but we don't have a close relation. And i know this as a fact, she's been through hell but always had my back. Having something related to her gives me power and calmness.

Fences: This one has no particular meaning, just really love it! It'll gonna be cool in my opinion.

Linkin Park logo: It's a band that taught me many life lessons and saved me out of many circumstances. I grew up with them and so i need to honor them.

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