These people have tattooed and pierced their bodies into works of art! Advertisement Media Source If you ask your tattoo artist to write whatever New-Age mantra you're into these days on your rib, it will make them crazy. The ribs are naturally bumpy and illogical surfaces to write on, causing you physical pain and them emotional pain. They're trying to give you ink, not play a dang skeleton xylophone.
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The rationale? In , Pamela Anderson got her infamous inking because she was starring in the film Barbed Wire and liked the make-up version that was applied for filming. Yet imagine the scandal if, 20 years previously, Norma Major had had the same. Today, an estimated 20 million Brits have at least one tattoo and around 1. But the industry to remove them is just as buoyant. Statistics show a per cent increase in revenues from removal procedures in the past decade , with 39 per cent of adults surveyed regretting their ink.
Why should their tattoo be the one thing about them with any real substance? On with the list: 1. What tribe are you from? It will be infinitely cheaper and a whole lot less embarrassing to be seen in public with. If you were to look up from the dictionary, you would probably see some idiot with the name of a child, parent, or significant other permanently branded onto their skin.
Message Bookmarked Bookmark Removed So, yeah? Do you have one? How about body piercings? How about little drawings you did on your hand when you were bored at work?