Wait It Out

December 30, 2008 at 3:03 pm (tattoo) (, , , , , , , , , , )

One of the hardest things for a tattooed person to do is resit the temptation to get another tattoo. Tattoos have an very strange controlling power over people, kind of like an addition. So if you are a weak person and can succumb to cravings very easily you want to stay away from the tattoo world all together. Mainly because you will soon find yourself covered in tattoos and not know what happened.

The best course of action to take isn’t stay away from them completely, you just need to be strong and not out and get a tattoo every time you feel the urge to do so. The best thing to do is try and wait it out and see if it really is something you really want to do or if it is the tattoo gun calling you for another fix. A great piece of advice would be wait a month or two and see if you still feel as strongly about getting another tattoo. If the urge and desire is still there than go for it. If it isn’t you will be thanking yourself for not going through with it and having to deal with an unwanted tattoo later on in life.

We all know that tattoos are permanent and forever that is unless you want to endure the awful pain of going to several laser tattoo removal session and spend a very large sum of money, you are stuck with it for the rest of your life. So pick wisely and never go and get a tattoo for the sake of getting one.

Your Tattoo Friend

Ashley

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1 Comment

  1. yoso said,

    Kind of agree with this, but on the other not totally 🙂

    Why not getting a tattoo whenever you feel like it?
    Deep in you you should know if you might regret it or not. It’s not a matter of how long you wait to prove your brain you are right. But how much you feel the mark is apropriate to your journey.

    Even if you make a mistake, You might learn something i.e. getting more seriously into tattoo as an art form if it is what you feel.

    If the pic on yor blog (cute tattooed blond girl) is yours. It looks like you have a few tattoos.
    Why don’t you tell us about your personal tattoo journey.

    Any bad tattoo that made you make better tattoos? 😉
    Or any tattoos you felt was right when you decided and vice versa?

    One love

    Y.

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