Actually anyone can get a scar, especially children. Honour? there's no honour in falling off a bicycle. :confused:
It takes a real man/woman to get a tattoo or piercing especially those in places that really hurt. For instance, I have a huge scar on my abdomen...but I plan on tattooing over that some day because scars are really fucking ugly. Don't worry, not everyone has the guts to do so. :happy:
Sorry, I didn't specify. When I thinking about scars, I was considering those that resulted from someone putting their life on the line. In my mind, there's nothing more gutsy than that.
I do admire others' tattooes, though, if it's a design that I like. I feel like many other SPs who have posted, in that I have a hard time commiting to anything permanent.
From an aesthetic viewpoint, I think I prefer tattooes on people with more olive skin tones and dark hair. The black ink just seems to compliment their features. On people with lighter features, like me, though, I think the black ink can just make them look pale. But really, if something makes you happy, I say go for it!
09-08-2010, 03:47 PM
I was just being snarky don't worry I knew what you meant :wink: You know, one of those days lol
Strange, I feel the same way about permanence sometimes of other big decisions like relationships and careers. I like tattoos on dark skin too, if you can see them. I'm getting something really colourful soon, I'm just in the middle of working on the design lol :happy:
04-10-2011, 07:56 PM
I'm not against tattoos, but some people take them to the extreme. I'd rather a small nice looking tattoo on my shoulder, over some strange looking thing covering my back.
05-05-2011, 08:46 AM
I've had a few ideas for tattoos over the years. But I've never had the commitment abilities for that sort of thing, I usually get bored with a design after a few weeks. However, I have been wanting to get a full moon tattooed onto the inside of my forearm.
05-12-2011, 12:43 AM
I have 3, with the largest one being only the size of a quarter. I wouldn't consider myself heavily tattooed. I don't think of my body as a canvas. I prefer them to be similar to charms, sort of like markers of different points in my life.