I may do but I'm not keen on writing names all over myself, I think that looks slightly tacky. If I was going to have one it would be small and maybe something that symbolizes our relationship, something that's special to us and only we would know the full meaning of. I'd probably have it on my inner wrist or ankle, something like that :)
Nope. Never. Wouldn't even consider it. I love tattoos, but personally I have always thought tattoos of people's names are lame. I mean, unless it's like in honor of someone who died or something super personal, then that makes sense. But other than that, no. My ex had a tattoo of his own name and I thought that was dumb too.
absolutely not. anything could happen so it's a pretty stupid move. My mom & step dad were together for 12 years, and then when she discovered a felony that he did, she reported him immediately left him & then divorced him and so now he's sitting in jail with her name nice and obvious on his arm to remind him as if he could forget.
Nah, probs not. I used to be a tattooist and I worked with a lad who had about seven girls names on him. He was apparently serious about all of him, bit of an idiot really. Tattoos last for ever, relationships not so much :)
No. If I had kids, I might get their name, or if a wife died, then I might get hers, but that would be it. Kids will always be my kids (even if they do that BS parental divorce thing), and a deceased spouse won't change her status, either; she'll always be my late wife. But a living spouse? I wouldn't even consider it until we'd been married 30-40 years, and even then, it'd be doubtful.
Years ago, I saw a couple come into a tat shop; she was doing the talking. She said that he wanted her name tattooed on him. The artist then told her that he needed to see her marriage certificate, as he wouldn't tattoo any spouse's name that had been married for less than 20 years. They stormed off (him with a thankful glance back). The artist then proceeded to call the other shops in the area to warn them about the couple that was, most likely, headed their way.