Let’s find out! You should have a lot of fun this Thanksgiving.
1. The first tattoo I ever got was tattooed on my left ankle in 2007. When reading the tattoos online, it’s so clear what the goal of the tattoo is: to offend someone. The first line of this comment reads:
Oh wait! You could be offended, too.
You would not see any other reaction than to be offended (you would not get one of those little “oh no it’s just a tattoo” jokes) and that’s it. This happens to most people because there is nothing else you can do and you’re stuck with having an unsightly tattoo of someone else’s likeness. Here’s why this tattoo is not for everyone!
I’m the kind of person who doesn’t like to be offended and I know how they don’t want to be offended. And I’m also the kind of person who doesn’t like other people to be offended. If my opinion is considered offensive, I’ll be the first to admit it and not even smile. So it won’t be easy to get someone to like my tattooed ankle. What do I have to do?
How to get someone else’s tattooed ankle to like your hip tattoo on the other hip
2. Tattooed tattoos also make people look very strange! I don’t know why they are called “tattoos” but that’s what they are. And it makes you look very weird. I don’t know how that works. I’ve never had a tattoo or experience this but I’ve met people who’ve had these annoying, weird-looking tattoos that they were afraid to talk about. They didn’t get tattoos because they thought they would be weird. They got them because they were scared because they would be stared at. They had tattoos of people or places they weren’t familiar with. People would get these and think they were weird because they were scared they’d be stared at. And it makes you look like a weirdo. I don’t know what does that have to do with my tattoo. Do you think my hip tattoo on the other hip is weird? Can you imagine a man without tattoos thinking of something weird?
I know you are thinking to yourself this is about finding the right band! You know you’re looking for the perfect tattoo for your band when your favorite band’s tattoo says “we’re going to see you at the festival”! But it’s not. It