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This really has upset me. Is it that awful to think that something that makes your daughter happy is also something you don’t like? I’m sure that happens all the time - kids’ and parents’ interests conflict over loads of things, but surely if it’s safe and makes them happy you’d accept it and not say they’re “into weird things” and “trying to make themselves completely antisocial”?
Am I seriously the only person in the entire world who finds tattoo’s and piercings to be major turnoffs? I’m not saying that they are all ugly, I’m just saying that a chick with 90% of her body ink’d up, most likely won’t be getting the D.
Oh god now what will we do.
Oh no I am so upset by this dudebro’s opinion of how my body should look, that I will change my decision to get tattoos in order to ensure I remain properly attractive and don’t lose out on ‘the D’
Camellia♥ This is my second realistic flower piece by Rob Chambers from The Ink Spot located in Ottawa. In my opinion, he’s the best in the region! My plan is to eventually get a full sleeve with different flowers by him. c:
I just got this tattoo today, May 30th. Alex Werder at Star Tattoo in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I’ve always had a strong connection with blue jay birds, and have recently gotten over my fear of birds. The birds breaking off of the side represent breaking away from the bigger part of life and starting your own path, away from the past. It took about an hour to complete. It’s absolutely gorgeous, and I recommend Alex and all his fellow artists down at Star Tattoo next time you’re in Albuquerque!
This is my first tattoo. It’s still healing in the picture. I designed it myself. My tattoo artist is simply amazing and I plan on going to her for the rest of my tattoos for life. I highly recommend her work. She usually does really detailed portraits and Art Nouveau.
This is a mixture of many different things, I love the watercolor artist Stina Persson and wanted a tattoo that looked similar to her style. On my top left shoulder is one of Niki de Saint Phalle’s nanas, to show not only a large active body but also in tribute to my work as a fat activist. The quote is from “A Vindication of the Rights of Woman” by Mary Wollstonecraft, though it has been slightly modified from the original text.