josh knauer wrote:
Here's the thing I don't get about tatoos... yeah maybe they look cool on you when you're in your 20's and all fit and in shape. But then in your 30's, 40's and 50's they start to sag with the rest of your body, and then you end up in your 60's & 70's with something that should look like a butterfly but now looks more like an elephant. Why would you want to deface your body like that? More importantly, why would you want someone else having to see the horrific degeneration of your body documented by your saggy-ass tattoos??
I suppose if people really worried about things that far in advance they might not get a tattoo. I must know people with really good genes, because I have yet to see a tattoo that's turned into a horrible mess as people have gotten older. The only problem that I've seen people really run into is the fact that they fade over time.
Saggy-ass would be an awesome tattoo for someone to get on their rear.
I know God will not give me anything I can't handle. I just wish he didn't trust me so much. - Mother Theresa