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Re: Grandma Got a Tattoo, Would You?

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I got one a few years back on my ankle - it's the Cheshire cat from Alice in Wonderland.  I love it - it's bigger than I thought it would be, but I like it - nice colors.  (I'm 62 now)
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NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I was gifted a tattoo on my 60th Birthday, a wounderful gift.

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I really have thought about it a lot, most of my friends have one, and I think they look so great a friend here in town is a tattoo artist and he is excellent. Maybe on the arm
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There is a great story here http://www.aarp.org/videos.id=904310725001 where an 80 year old woman decides to follow her children and grandchildren and get a meaningful family tattoo.  It is great.  Would you get a tattoo?  I have always thought if I ever were to get a tattoo it would be something Irish (a trinity knot or clover) and I would want my sisters and daugther to have the same.  After seeing this story, I might start a conversation about this after all.  What about you?
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Grandma Got a Tattoo, Would You?

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There is a great story here http://www.aarp.org/videos.id=904310725001 where an 80 year old woman decides to follow her children and grandchildren and get a meaningful family tattoo.  It is great.  Would you get a tattoo?  I have always thought if I ever were to get a tattoo it would be something Irish (a trinity knot or clover) and I would want my sisters and daugther to have the same.  After seeing this story, I might start a conversation about this after all.  What about you?
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