“Believe it or not, some of us have piercings and tattoos and dye our hair because we think it looks pretty, not for any deep sociological reason. This isn’t an act of protest against cultural or social repression. It’s not a grand, deliberately defiant gesture against capitalists or feminists or any other social group. It’s not even the fashion equivalent to sticking two fingers up at the world. The boring truth of it, Gabriel, is that I don’t dress like this to hurt my parents or draw attention to myself or make a statement. I just do it because I think it looks nice. Disappointed?”
Do you have a tattoo on your body?
If the answer is yes, have you come across anybody who said that tattoo culture is bad?
Are they judgemental?
I can understand my friend. it is said tattoos are put on the skin by the criminals and sea pirates in earlier days and said to be a taboo practice.
Do you hide your tattoos?
If answer is yes, can you elaborate?
How to know whether a person loves me?
If a person really loves me, that he or she will accept me no matter what. Having an entire body tattoo etc. immaterial.
That’s true love.
Otherwise famously known as ‘unconditional love’.
Can we dream of ‘unconditional love’ in this world?
Sure you can only dream!
My dear friend, mark my word, there is no such thing.
Don’t waste your time searching or expecting unconditional love.
Because there is no such mindset that exists in this world.
I know you are angry.
Cool. Cool. Chill.
Truth is always bitter.
Tattoos & Our life
“Tattoos are a right of passage. They’re a marker of bravery, of maturity, of cultural acceptance. The tattoo represents not only a willingness to accept pain – to endure it – but a need to actively embrace it. Because life is painful – beautiful but painful…….”
Tattoos trivia (world record)
Most tattooed Man is Lucky Rich.
Most tattooed Woman is Charlotte Gutenberg.
If you are interested to know more about such things check this link- Trending Tattoo
Are you aware of National Tattoo day?
Each year the day is celebrated on July 17 th.
The day is celebrated to recognise and appreciate, history, culture and artistry.
More and more people are embracing this art-work.
Social media accounts use hashtag #NationalTattooDay
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