A Tattoo is worth a Thousand Words

I like seeing tattoos on people. I’d probably not have one myself…mostly due to the fact that I would not go through the trouble necessary to have a good tattoo. But, I like seeing them on people.

Now that we have that out of the way, let’s cut to the chase and get down to business.

Here is what i really want to talk about:

If you’re going to have a tattoo—which, I’m assuming, you want to stay on you for all your life—there are a few things you need to pay attention to.

  1. You want your tattoo to say exactly what you’re trying to express. You don’t want to imply something other than what you want to share, do you?
  2. You want to make sure the Artist doing your tattoo is good at what he does.
    You certainly don’t want your tattoo to end up like this one:
    Tattoo 2Something tells me this was not what the person wanted.
    I mean, does this tattoo look like the picture to you?
  3. Get a Dictionary.
    You may have a good message to share. You may have something very profound to say. But, if you end up writing everything wrong, the only message you’ll be sending is that you’re extremely stupid.
    I’m going to take a guess and say “this is not what you want”.
    Well, this is exactly what happened to this Girl:
    TattooI mean…I’m sure she had something very valuable to say. But, I can’t seem to see past “You’re Dicisions Four today”.

Anyhow, if you like tattoos…more, if you like having them on your skin, or you’re thinking about getting your first, follow these simple rules and you should have a great tattoo to show your friends (or else).

On that note, I’m going to leave you to what you were doing.

Don’t stay here. Go do something.

Read a Book. Take Piano lessons.

Just Do something…! I know we’re addicting…trust me, I do. But, having a life counts too. You get to see another day and visit us again.

We’re not going anywhere!

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