Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Tattoo

So many people seem to have tattoos these days especially women and so you find tattoo shops everywhere. I do like the rose on the front of this shop but still will pass on the tattoo!
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22 comments:

Blogoratti said...

It certainly is a nice front design. Greetings!

TexWisGirl said...

i won't even put a bumper sticker on my car. :)

Halcyon said...

What is a "new age" tattoo?
I think now is the time to start investing in a tattoo removal shop! I think many young people will regret their decisions when they get older.

Lowell said...

That is a cute little mural but I agree with you! Why would anyone permanently scar his/her body with a tattoo? As humans, we tend to change our minds as circumstances change. I always get a kick out of celebrities and others who buy a tattoo in "honor" of their loved one and the next week they're filing for divorce!

One other thing that I find amusing. The Bible is quite clear that Yahweh forbids marking one's body in such a way. Those folks who like to cite the Ten Commands and other biblical laws, tend to ignore that one as they tend to ignore many others, like stoning your children to death if they do not observe the Sabbath! :)

Have a great middle of the week!

Tom said...

I just don't understand this tattoo craze!

bill burke said...

Tattoo overload. I see so many people with lots of tattoos all over their bodies. Their arms, necks and even heads are covered. I am amazed at it all.

Gosia k said...

In Poland is very poular too

Gosia k said...

In Poland is very poular too

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I have heard that it's even more painful having them removed than having them done in the first place Pat :)
p.s. I own up to having a very small discreet tattoo myself :)

Sharon Anck said...

I loved reading Lowell's comment above. He's so right. When this craze first started, I kept thinking how young people were limiting their options to low paying jobs when they were getting those large tattoos all over their bodies. I don't think that's changed all that much. People in the higher paying professions might have a tattoo somewhere but it most likely isn't visible in work clothes.

Luis Gomez said...

Some tattoos are very nice.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

When I see people covered with tattoos I always think about 40 years down the road. What will they - the tattoos, look like then as the skin sags? Oh and it will too, trust me. I like TexWisGirl's comment. I'm the same way.

eileeninmd said...

I could never get a tattoo, I am chicken. I will let the tattoo's to the younger crowd. The rose is pretty. Happy Wednesday, enjoy your day!

Taken For Granted said...

Tattoos may be "New Age", but I'm still no fan of them. If I draw on my body, I want it to wash off. Guess this makes me an old geezer.

Andy said...

So many shops and you are so right about the ladies. Give it few decades and there will be thousands of tattooed grandmothers.

William Kendall said...

Interesting front, but I'm with you on tattoos. I have no idea why anyone wants them.

Lesley said...

I don't like tattoos especially - but tattoo parlours do seem to have some great signs!

Jim said...

I like the look of the shop.

Revrunner said...

Can you believe it? Not a single tattoo on my body! Just the same canvas I was born with--well, almost the same. :-)

Gemma Wiseman said...

The mural with the rose is beautifully designed. I can admire tattoo art but personally will pass.

Cloudia said...

Well, I've got a few..... Fine shot

Laura. M said...

Ufff...I will never do one. Only to see them, 😢 and hurt