I saw a
beautiful very young girl working as a cashier at Kroger. She had a
light complexion with a very dark tattoo high on her neck. The tattoo
was the name “Ricky”. I should have minded my own business but I never
miss a TEACHABLE opportunity. I asked, “Who is Ricky”? She replied,
“Ricky is my boyfriend”. I asked, “What happens if Ricky leaves you”?
She replied, “Ricky will never leave me”!. I then asked “what happens if
Ricky dies”? She did not reply.
I saw another
lady wearing low cut jeans, and I some sentence tattooed across her
very lower back. I wondered WHO IS SUPPOSED TO READ THAT, since she
can’t without standing in front of a mirror.
I also saw a
man that had a very dark complexion with several tattoos that I could
not read at all
MONEY AND THEY HURT
I want to say
I think getting a tattoo is not the wisest of all decisions.
I saw on TV a
Caucasian boxer with lifelike tattoos of his 3 sons tattooed on his
arms. ( I could not object to this show of pride)
I have seen
Marines and Navy personnel with tattoos of which I could not object.
I think the
tattoo is not the source of my objection, but rather the what , where,
and why is the source of my objection.
personally do not speak Chinese, I think you are not wise to get a
Chinese character tattooed on your body. Only one small error by the
tattoo artist and the character can mean something totally different. Do
you think the tattoo artist would tell you if he made a slight mistake?
If you tattoo
the proper name of another person on your body, you are thinking
logically. (Not even your kids’ names)
If you get a
tattoo like the words, “Seymour Butts” on your rear end…you are
too much that should be your very own personal business. Without you
being aware some tattoos can keep you from being employed.
money wisely. NO TATTOOS