27 thoughts on “when are you getting a tattoo?

  1. Anonymous says:

    sorry m8, you hecked up. You have carcenogenic ink inside of you, which will look worse and worse over time. You will never be able to completly fix it, so enjoy your mindless sheep/meth addict look.

  2. Anonymous says:

    > Leviticus 19:28 – Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.

    I have only one tattoo and it was made before I returned to christ

    • Anonymous says:

      >for the lord
      It’s saying you are not worthy of the lords name in your flesh.
      Moot anyway, you’re trying to interpret a thousand year old book translated on translations many times, and Leviticus is the most unusually cruel, hypocritical section

      • Anonymous says:

        God modeled humans after himself, I don’t want to risk god’s wrath by defacing him.
        Anyway without going too offtopic, I added the verse so we can all think about why we need a tattoo. Tattoo should be memorable (as in you want to give it special meaning) not some random stencil you find online.

    • Anonymous says:

      Protestant misinterpretations, this is just for ritual and pagan purposes. A Christian can get a tattoo as long as it’s not lewd or sacrilegious or anything. That doesn’t mean I think they should, I’ve never once seen a person look better with a tattoo than without, but it’s not inherently sinful.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s so funny that a bunch of 50 year old boomers infested /pol/ and now gays like you think it’s cool to larp as a Christian

  3. Anonymous says:

    Probably soon. I permanently hecked up my skin when I had a nervous breakdown about 20 years ago. Now my body is covered in disgusting stretchmarks and loose skin. And so I want to conceal them with a bunch of tattoos. The only thing stopping me is my indecision over what to get.

    Here’s my 3 favorite tattoo artists that I’ve found so far.

    This full Medieval European knight armor sleeve by Fernando Gonzalez in Washington, D.C., is one of the coolest tattoos that I’ve ever seen.


    Ivan Zagusta from Poland does super cool Medieval European/Black Plague wood carving tattoos.


    Ryan and Matthew Murray are identical twins who bought one of the houses used in the Salem witch trials and make really amazing gothic fairytale tattoos like picrel.


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