|A dramatic flower, such as this orangey-brownish sunflower, would make a lovely tattoo. It is an enduring image, as opposed to a name of a business that could go bankrupt or the name of a significant other (you're not going to enjoy the name of the former true love being part of your body for ever and ever when the romance dies). Anyway, if you choose to get a tattoo, enjoy it and remember to follow the directions of your tattoo artist to avoid risk of infection at the site of the new tattoo.|
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Today's question: Do you have tattoos? What kinds of images do you have? If you don't have a tattoo, would you get one and what sort of tattoo would you choose?
Sunday, November 27, 2016
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