If you do, why? If you don't, why not?
If you have some, how many?
Do they mean anything to you?
Would you want more?
What would you get? WHere would you get them
Would you ever have them removed?
Are they a turn-on?
Tell me anything else I may have missed!
Answer anyway you like, these are just questions thrown out of my head.
Me? I don't have any tattoos, don't want any. I have one hole in each ear that I barely use.
But I do like tattoos I see on others, especially those tribal tattoos.
What about you? I'm just curious!
- I like botth!Vote A
- I like tattoos but I don't like piercings.Vote B
- I like piercings but I don't like tattoos.Vote C
- I don't like neither!Vote D
- I'm neutral!Vote E
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I just have to say, I've been answering your questions today. I enjoy answering them, too! :)
First of all, I love both body ink and piercings.
If you do, why? If you don't, why not? I love body ink because its a way to express your inner belief and thoughts. It's like a voice speaking out loud to the world. Tattoos= body art. It's drawn art. It's something you speak and represent. Tattoos also define yourself and your personality. I love piercings, as well. I have five myself. Some piercings are a big no, but some are pretty.
If you have some, how many? I have 5 piercings- a double, and a cartilage. I'd like to add a third lobe row, and a tragus and shell. I used to want a monroe, but that was hs. I don't have any tattoos, yet. I will be getting some in the feature, though. I'm thinking about 7-8. I know, you're thinking damn girl, but let me explain myself. They're all going to be small and meaningful. Some will be foreign script. For example, I want one down my torso, back of neck, under my boob on left side, which is near my heart. This one would be matching with whoever I end up with.
Do they mean anything to you? Read above.
Would you want more? No.
What would you get? WHere would you get them. I already explained that.
Would you ever have them removed? No.
Are they a turn-on? Yes. Depending on what and where they are.