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    I'll start - here are both of mine. The olive branch on my wrist is for my daughter and the snowman is for my son. My daughter wanted to name him Snowman, so I went with it for the tattoo haha. Although from some angles it looks like he is giving you the finger, which fits my mood sometimes, I suppose.

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    #2
    Ha ha! Bad snowman! Nice tattoo though. I don't have any tattoos at all.

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      #3
      I don't have any either. Almost got one in my late twenties, but didn't. Don't like the idea that once you have it, its forever. What if I didn't like it ten or twenty years later? Still think about it occasionally. Will probably get one someday. I just don't like many that I've seen lately.

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        #4
        Originally posted by KL71 View Post
        Ha ha! Bad snowman! Nice tattoo though. I don't have any tattoos at all.
        After you said "bad snowman" I had to take a second look...lmao that's funny

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          #5
          so you're saying you didn't name your son snowman? has he forgiven you yet?

          i'm tattooless myself. my tastes change constantly, and i'm not at all artistic, so i can't see myself coming up with anything that i'll still like by the end of the month. i have a pretty good friend who's a tattoo artist, so he keeps trying to talk me into one. he'll have to get me pretty drunk to make it happen though.

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            #6


            Growing up, my parents had a house where the red tailed hawks would fly really close at eye level. It's my spirit animal.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post
              I don't have any either. Almost got one in my late twenties, but didn't. Don't like the idea that once you have it, its forever. What if I didn't like it ten or twenty years later? Still think about it occasionally. Will probably get one someday. I just don't like many that I've seen lately.
              Being tattooless these days is almost more rebellious than actually having a tattoo.

              I took a lot of careful thought into what I wanted to get. Over the years I'd have a tattoo idea, and then I would change my mind and be very thankful I didn't get that one at all. When I thought I wanted the red tail hawk, I never changed my mind on it for over a year. That's how I knew it was going to be the one for me

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                #8
                Whenever I think back to things that I found intriguing or cool in the past (even a year ago) I get a little cringy. So I really can't imagine a tattoo going well for me. I appreciate the decisive folks who get them though

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post

                  Being tattooless these days is almost more rebellious than actually having a tattoo.

                  I took a lot of careful thought into what I wanted to get. Over the years I'd have a tattoo idea, and then I would change my mind and be very thankful I didn't get that one at all. When I thought I wanted the red tail hawk, I never changed my mind on it for over a year. That's how I knew it was going to be the one for me
                  Yeah I've been trying to decide on one for my leg for a while. I've got a couple of ideas that I like, and have for quite a while. All the tattoo shops are crazy busy right now, so if I still like them in 6 months then I'll probably get another one. Not something you want to rush.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post
                    I don't have any either. Almost got one in my late twenties, but didn't. Don't like the idea that once you have it, its forever. What if I didn't like it ten or twenty years later? Still think about it occasionally. Will probably get one someday. I just don't like many that I've seen lately.
                    It’s a dilemma I had myself. I sat on my hawk tattoo idea for over a year without changing my mind on it. That’s how I knew I would like it forever.

                    You’re much more likely to love your tattoo if you can find one that has a deeper meaning to it. Rather than some pointless tribal tattoo most dudes get.

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                      #11
                      I'm gonna get barbed wire around my bicep.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by neonspectraltoast View Post
                        I'm gonna get barbed wire around my bicep.
                        Very 90s tattoo. I can see you rockin’ the barb wire though

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                          #13
                          ^ he's not talking about a tattoo.

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                          • 6-eyed
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                            Now that’s metal

                            Pun intended

                          • eggsprog
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                            6-eyed Solid pun.

                          #14
                          Originally posted by Youfreeme View Post
                          Whenever I think back to things that I found intriguing or cool in the past (even a year ago) I get a little cringy. So I really can't imagine a tattoo going well for me. I appreciate the decisive folks who get them though
                          Please indulge us in some of your former considerations :-D

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                            #15
                            My dad just emailed me this boomer meme:

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                            Such a passive-aggressive way of saying, “I’m very disappointed in you, son.”

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