hey guys, so I need some feed back. I currently have one tattoo on my right upper arm/shoulder. I got that one about a year ago, and now i want another. I've come up with a few ideas but the one i've been toying with the past few weeks is a lyric from a song. I wanna get "I'd rather chill, talk to my friends, drink my coffee, laugh at my sins" on my left upper back in bold italic cursive. Probably about 8 inches long and offset to the left. I like the quote, I think it's good, I'm just looking for outside opinions. So lets here what you all gotta say
P.S. I don't want any "Tattoos are stupid" comments
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I meant more something like if this means something deeper for you, means something more than just chilling with your friends and drinking coffee.
ex: you'd rather reflect on your past mistakes and thinking of the good times with those close to you!
EDIT: I have "Carpé Diem" tattooed across my chest backwards, so I can read it in the mirror in the morning. "Seize the day" means a lot to me because I've gone through a [shizzle]ty time where I tried to take my life. Made me realize that life is short and can be taken in a second if not careful, so I try to seize every day and moment of life my life how I most desire it, so as not to look back and say I wish I would have.....
I don't think you will hear anyone with negative comments about tattoos on this site. We've had quite a few tattoo threads in the past. I think 90 percent of our membership has ink. I don't as of yet but I do want to get a shoulder piece at some point in time. Something with fire and knives.
I'm getting my signature as a tattoo somewhere on my body, I haven't decided where yet though. It will take quite a while. I know a tattoo artist who doesn't ink up anyone under the age of 23. He says that under that age, the tattoos that people get become regrettable later on in life. He also doesn't do any tramp stamps. But his work is great, this one is almost three feet tall:
"War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The man who had nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety is a miserable creature, and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." -John Stuart Mill
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