ANSWERS: 35
  • They are permanent,they can be problematic,you might meet the best thing in your life only to find that they don't think tat's are correct for them,,,or their partner. pros are the opposite of the cons,they ARE permanent,They might be just right and heal perfectly,You might meet the right person for you that thinks tats are best for them,,and you...
  • there's a risk of getting a hep C infection... which may lead to liver failure. you wouldn't like that! plus it is permanent. on the up side, if ever, God forbid, you are killed, and your body needs to be identified, they may use the tattoo to identify you because that will remain there even if your killer tries to burn your body (of course, it will go if you stay in the fire for too long).
  • Because it pegs you as being one of the crowd.
  • People change, and 10-20 years from today, you may have a completely different opinion about your tattoo and what it represents, but it will be there for you to see every day.
  • Just visualise Amy Winehouse in 20yrs time! That's your answer. Yuck! Looks bad enough now!
  • BECAUSE THEY ARE TACKY
  • The artist might not do a very good job of it, or it might not look as good on as you thought... but you would still be stuck with the thing forever.
  • You could spend the money you save on some fabulous shoes.
  • Because you might end up like one of these two: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1193384/What-did-expect-Incredible-face-revealed-man-tattooed-girl-56-stars-asked-three.html
  • People change, especially the ones whose names you write on your body. And bodies change. Who knows where that tattoo will slide and droop to :-)
  • Depending on the location of the tat, it may be difficult to attain a decent job, or in other words, if you have a naked girl on your arm or lips on your neck, dont expect to get hired at a place other than mcdonalds or hot topic
  • You can end up with really bad artwork that is with you for eternity,unless you have a painful removal procedure done.
  • I couldn't honestly tell you D. It's a personal thing I guess! +5 :) Best Always, Jonathan
  • idk any good reasons. some tips though are dont get anything in a foreign language unless you really know what it means.
  • The fact that I like to go around and put the ebola virus and the end of every tattoo needle right before I seal it in plastic. Mwhahaha!
  • you'll be stuck with it forever! i regret most of my tats
  • well lets see! shoving needles just under your skin, and then removing them hurts just as much! diseases from the unclean needles...idk. but i want to get 4 small tattoos, so who am i to judge?
  • http://www.whittierdailynews.com/family/ci_4033674
  • You might change you mind later in life. But you're stuck with it and there's nothing you can do. +5
  • Too trendy and permanent. Meat sword
  • It depends. There are two sides. Listen. A travelling salesman went on tour. But before departing he painted a duck on the inner right thigh of his wife, close to you-know-where. While the cat was away the mouse did surely play, and the duck was rubbed off because of continual "nocturnal friction". On the morning of the day her hubby was due back she remembered the duck he had drawn, and very quickly, being a good artist herself, drew an exact replica on her inner left thigh. Hubby couldn't restrain himself, grabbed her in his strong arms, carried her into the bedroom, ripped off her clothes one by one; and when her panties came off, there was the duck staring at him. In the middle of foreplay, when his eyes got close enough to the duck [;-)], he remembered: "Hey! I'm sure I'd drawn the duck on the RIGHT; how did this happen?" "Well, I was having a bath, and it swam over," was her quick reply." If the duck was tattooed, her husband wouldn't have known. So from the husband's point of view it was a good thing he didn't have the duck tattooed, though for the philandering wife such a tattoo would have been far more preferable.
  • It will look like shit when your old.
  • not having a good reason to get a tattoo lol
  • If the tattoo is the name of the person you've been out with once maybe? That would be a good reason not too.
  • Ever seen a tattoo on a 65 year old body after gravity kicked in? Yipes!
  • Like all other fashion things they become passé. For example, I remember one of my army roommates who got a bit Saggitarius tattoo when star-signs were all the rage in the 70s. Now, if you saw it, it would obviously look 70s. The next reason I can think of is that as I went from the kinds of jobs I had to work to the kinds of jobs I would actually choose to work, I went further from tattoo culture and deeper into non-tattoo culture. People you must deal with in order to improve your lot in life tend not to be tattoo types, and they get put off by people who obviously go out and do things to themselves that they see no point in doing.
  • 1.) Depending on where you put it, it may look warped when you get older and your skin starts to loosen and sag. 2.) They are VERY expensive to get rid of/cover up. 3.) If you tattoo your partner's name on you, and you two break up, you are doomed to tell everyone you date in the future the story about the girl/boy whose name is tattood on your body. 4.) Some employers will not hire you if they are in a place that shows while wearing normal clothing. 5.) Some people judge and have a reputation in mind for people who have tattoos.
  • Because if you're pregnant from eating donuts with a guy you picked up in Walmart, and you tattoo his name across your belly, it's going to s-t-r-e-t-c-h and not look near so pretty by the time you pop that kid out. ;-)
  • EVERY REASON!! Im a tattooist and body piercer in my spare time for extra money out side my job and the amount of stretched out, saggy shit ive seen is enought to make me never ever want one. Specially when someone puts on weight in the area of the tattoo and the picture looses proportion. They fade, age, stretch, change and never come off. And come on who wants to look at 1 picture for the rest of their life it cant be that good, even tho you think so rite now. Anyways i just deal with alota people with scribble on their body its off putting, its different when someone gets their kids names or late parents or something with meaning, because"its not going to loose its meaning" but being 45 with a scull and cross bones aint that cool so think about it for a loooonnnng time.
  • Ink poisoning
  • Coz it hurts and is expensive.
  • They tell me the Police can catch you easier if you are tattoed. Somtimes the tattooist is not as clean as they should be and you get an infection which not only makes you sick but ruins the tatt you wanted.
  • The mood you are in at the time may not last long. Tattoos are pretty permanent. You may change your mind later. Be careful!
  • I haven't got one yet for the simple reason that every time I think I've got something in mind that I would want on me permanently, a few weeks or months later it seems much less appealing. And I've better uses for the money.
  • 1. They are fairly permanent and you might change your mind later 2. Pain 3. They are frowned on by society 4. You might not get the job you want 5. It might limit your circle of friends

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