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Hey T-girl!

Posted 5/10/2012 at 1:23:51 PM

You know you're right. It is almost as if I was relying upon the smallest negative response to prolong the waiting period until I really had a solid positive thought about the right Image i am teetering back and forth with, whether I really aspire to designate  the questionable and blurred interpretation of said image to the back of my neck.

As it turns out, it worked because I'm going to keep marinating on it.  As you know, I only have the one tattoo and the image that I had found from a book was put aside in a drawer and gave over year of serious contemplation before I woke up one morning and just knew it was wanted and was the first person to walk in with the picture and received on my right scapula and I still, after ten years, have never regretted my decision.

So thanks and you call me it's been awhile doll!



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Posted By: apropo
do not approve or like tattoos but we don't get tattoos to please others.
I'm thinking if you are coming here and asking then you, yourself have not completely made up your own mind.
I say wait until you know for sure...I do know that most ladies who did get tattoos in there 20's and early 30's regretted it by age 40 and wish they had never gotten them.
My daughter got one as soon as she turned 18 and now 10 yrs later regrets it and where it is its painful to remove but I figure they are all painful to remove. Its on her ankle.
You are so pretty aand yoru body is fine so don't mark it up. that's my personal advice, not telling you what to do.
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