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No, tattoos are not new, but what is new is their ubiquity - and extent of body coverage.

Posted: Aug 6th, 2022 - 4:02 am In Reply to: I'm not the one complaining - Keep on the sunny side

It used to be a niche market, confined to mostly men, sailors and gangs, not to mention tongue studs, etc. To think this is any way attractive boggles the mind.

Skin reacts to tattoo ink as a poison to be expelled. So it sends what ever ink it can to the lymph nodes, where it collects and stays. Eventually this inhibits the ability of the nodes to do their normal job of fighting infections.

Tattoo removal is booming. The person that invents painless instant removal will become very very rich.

People can do as they wish but I personally find tattoos ugly. No person's appearance has ever been improved by a tattoo - male and especially female. Also, anybody with a neck tattoo telegraphs to me that they have been in prison at one time or another.


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