Tattoos

Osboro

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I know this has been done almost to death but surly we must be coming to the end of of its "fashion" .
The 18 year olds must be thinking, " how old fashioned" .
Seen some right sights today, hope some people have the money to remove these stains.
 

18MFC76

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I know this has been done almost to death but surly we must be coming to the end of of its "fashion" .
The 18 year olds must be thinking, " how old fashioned" .
Seen some right sights today, hope some people have the money to remove these stains.
I'm not sure it will ever come to an end. I'm not a fan of them personally but each to their own. If people like them and want to cover themselves in them then that's up to them. I bet there's a lot of people who regret it years later though.
 

S7DiscoDown

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I've got one.... Absolutely gash๐Ÿ˜‚. A proper 90s 'tribal' black one.

I don't mind folk having them. I do look at some women and think 'why' about sleeves and neck ones. Then again we live in a modern and progressive world so 'why not'
 

Benjiboy

Active member
Never had or fancied , memories are in my head , not on my arms . Each to their own though ............tats on a woman however i find horrible

What looks good at 20 may not at 40-50?
Some of the tats that people will want removed in later life are huge , not two bob to remove?
 

Osboro

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Fashions tend to flip, it seems reasonable that unblemished skin will be the next big thing, donโ€™t worry scuba, youll be an old Fart by then so you wonโ€™t care about fashion anyway๐Ÿ˜€
 

Vikster

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I have tattoos and would love more once situation agrees....... each to their own.if any thread summed up the age demographic of his board its this'll
My last.. .Will only know if u know
 

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Got several and don't regret any. Got my first at 15 from a dodgy guy in Hartlepool (Sinbad???) who didn't worry that we were no where near old enough. 4 quid and a bottle of cider it cost me.
I'll probably get a Boro Lion tattooed on my upper arm when I'm next back in Teesside.
 
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