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    Tattoos are like cats. Once you get one you just keep getting more and more until the only way to get rid of them is with lasers.

    My man has several and I have two that have merged into one. Considering getting at least one more. Mine are only visible if I wear something very skimpy. And if you'd seen my figure you'd know that that's not likely to happen. I see them as a way of personalising the carry case for your soul.
    In my opinion, tattoos are an expression of those who have them on the body. They are an expression of their soul, an expression of their emotions. Some people treat their bodies like an open books - they write down everything they experienced in their lives. Of course, not all holders of tattoos treat them that way, but many of them perceive tattoos in this way.
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    I know that Maori/Polynesian culture was less than perfect. My Grannie's ancestors kept slaves. The size of the moko indicated social status. But the presence of the moko indicated equality.

    But we have strayed well away from the original poster's issue.
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    I know that Maori/Polynesian culture was less than perfect. My Grannie's ancestors kept slaves. The size of the moko indicated social status. But the presence of the moko indicated equality.

    But we have strayed well away from the original poster's issue.
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    I love too, and I hope to be tattooed one day from her....then...what do u think!...american society is open-minded with this subject or is not???...or depens of the State???...

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    Quote Originally Posted by februarymoon View Post
    Tattoos are like cats. Once you get one you just keep getting more and more until the only way to get rid of them is with lasers.

    My man has several and I have two that have merged into one. Considering getting at least one more. Mine are only visible if I wear something very skimpy. And if you'd seen my figure you'd know that that's not likely to happen. I see them as a way of personalising the carry case for your soul.
    I am not especially fond of cats. I would never willingly give space to more than one. But I would never eliminate a cat with a laser. Bad analogy.
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    Great grandmom Silas...and I love the way to do tattoos in ur culture....There're many tattoo artists who their speciallity is Maori's tattoo and they do their works with the real meanning and way to do this type of tattoos...love it!...kiss

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    They certainly seem to be more accepted these days. There was a time when people thought that tattoos were only for prisoners and sailors but very often you will see people at work with tattoos on display with no attempt to cover them up. My brother's arms are tattooed and he always wore long sleeves for job interviews and his first few weeks at work. Until he noticed that most of the men were walking around with tattoos on display on their arms and necks. There are many things that used to be considered 'not the done thing' that are accepted now.

    The only thing that I can think of that has gone the other way is smoking. It used to be normal to see people smoking in offices, in restaurants, on public transport (even aircraft) and in films. Now most smokers find that people look at them in disgust when they light up in the few places left for them to smoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spanishgirl View Post
    Great grandmom Silas...and I love the way to do tattoos in ur culture....There're many tattoo artists who their speciallity is Maori's tattoo and they do their works with the real meanning and way to do this type of tattoos...love it!...kiss
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    Quote Originally Posted by Silas Sydenham View Post
    I am not especially fond of cats. I would never willingly give space to more than one. But I would never eliminate a cat with a laser. Bad analogy.
    It's a quote from someone on the TV over here. Can't remember his name though.

    For the record, I can't stand cats.

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    Absolutelly agree Tss:

    There's a long story and history in tattoo skills...that's only when the person who make them, make them like a representation of his-her life of course...I don't mean a little cartoon on your back!...lo!...but to find a love relationship are these tattoo works a problem for the rest?? or the prefer guys or girls without tattoos or a little bit tattooed not at all??...thanks for your reply!

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