I appreciate your question, but, I really don't like ANY of them. I strongly suggest that you do not get a tattoo. The true cost of getting a tattoo is far more than wasted money. The true cost of a tattoo is a lifetime of regret. Most people who get tattooed regret it within 5 years. There is an 80?hance you will regret it in your lifetime. The regret starts after you start to notice how people react to you. Many people will look at you with disgust, for tattoos are offensive to many, many people. I suggest you do not get a tattoo. A tattoo is little better than a cartoon—you can’t get a good quality drawing on the human skin. It will deface your body like ugly graffiti defaces a public building. There are serious practical reasons not to get tattooed. Your chances of getting a good job will be greatly diminished—most companies will not hire you since your tattoo will be seen as offensive to other workers. The majority of western people get tattooed when young and their decision making process is not yet matured. Youth tends to be impulsive. Young people are still developing and they need to be very careful in making important, permanent decisions. The reasons young people get tattooed are not mature (i.e. they want people to notice them, they want to pretentiously “honor” someone in a way that will attract notice, they want to pretentiously present some “deep” quotation on their skin in the hope that people will think they too are “deep”, they are rebelling against their parents or society, they are conforming to what they think are social norms, they are unable to see ahead and view the negative results of their actions, etc.) If you want to see the true level of cultural development for tattoos and other body modifications, look at this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwOXCmjTsvs
In a large sense, nothing illustrates the degeneration of western culture more than the entertainment industry encouraging impulsive youth to permanently disfigure themselves in order to “express themselves”. But such is the power of suggestion that more and more young people are buying into this Hollywood lie that tattoos are a cutting edge way to “express” yourself. But that is so not true. You should express yourself with your words and actions, not by inking graffiti onto your living flesh, in a manner offensive to both man and God, who instructed us through His prophet Moses: "Do not cut your bodies… or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the LORD” Leviticus 19:28. The message you will actually convey with a tattoo is “I am foolish”, “I make bad decisions”, “I have no sense of right and wrong,” “I follow fads” and “I am unemployable”. I am telling you this because I care about you and I want to help you avoid a bad mistake. Good luck to you in your life. But do not get tattooed. Tattoos are permanent. You can not take them back. If you are fooled into getting a tattoo, never tip a tattoo predator (there is no such thing as a tattoo artist. Your holy body is not a canvas and these abusers are not artists). Do not pay money for people to abuse and deface your body. Do not be subject to Stockholm Syndrome (a paradoxical psychological phenomenon wherein victims have positive feelings towards their abusers). Tattoo predators are similar to drug dealers in that they receive money and make their living by hurting others, (although the people they hurt think they are being helped by their abuser, and so the parallel to Stockholm Syndrome.) Open your eyes and don’t be a willing victim! The tattoo industry is full of abuse and negligence. Tattoo removal is at an all time high. Tattoo lawsuits are soaring due to the nature of this demeaning industry and the harm caused by these abusers to young people who mistakenly trust them, If you were tattooed as a minor or while intoxicated, you can take the tattoo parlor and the predator who abused you to court and use your settlement money to remove those tattoos you no longer want. You can sue these tattoo predators in court, and make them pay for what they have done to you!
Tattoo remorse fuels boom for dermatologists http://articles.cnn.com/2007-09-10/health/hm.tattoo.removal_1_tattoo-ink-skin-topical-anesthetic?_s=PM:HEALTH
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