Arm Tattoo

During the latter decades of the 20th century tattooing became a popular social practice worldwide. Many younger (and some older) people today either have aspirations to have a tattoo somewhere on their body, or already have one or more.

Some elect for one or several small tattoos such as butterflies, flowers, or other designs, while others may have significant portions of their skin covered. Popular along these lines are the 'half-sleeve', having the upper arm covered in tattoos, or 'full-sleeve', which includes the upper and lower arms. Whether or not to get a tattoo which is visible while wearing clothing is a matter of taste, but also involves consideration of future employment opportunities, and societal and family pressures.
It is assumed that the majority of tattoo recipients patronize tattoo parlors, which- according to varying state laws- have been registered and observe accepted standards of hygiene. However, some individuals do not, and some even use home tattooing equipment.

1 Response to "Arm Tattoo"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tattoos make people look trashy and dirty! God also says not to willingly tattoo the skin in His Word! I can change my clothes and put on different accessories to express myself. I may want to look totally different tomorrow than I did today. I don't ever want or need something permanent on my skin. Tattoos look nasty when people get old and their skin gets thin and saggy too. Most every single person I've ever known who got a tatoo or got many tattos when they were young, regretted getting every single one of them. Our lives, views, and tastes change as we grow in our lives and get older, if you have tattoos, you're stuck with a permanent reminder of who you're not anymore and never ever will be again. The popular thing isn't always the right thing to do. The right thing isn't always the popular thing to do. People today have become numb to doing what is right, good, and Godly!

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