An ink blink

January 3, 2013 § Leave a comment

Tattoos are the things that I’d love to get.

Japan (and I assume most of the Asian countries) still have some degree of prejudice against tattoos due to the traditional perspective of tattoos seen as a symbol of Yakuza (Japanese mafia) or some sorts.

On the contrary, Western countries seem to accept the culture of tattoos.

I see a lot of people with tattoos in town here in Britain. What surprises me the most is that even some people work in office with showing their tattoos. My understanding is assumingly not enough in the sense that maybe it solely depends on what kind of jobs.

I will get tattoos (preferably 3 different parts of the body – on my inner triceps, around my ribs and back of my neck) – if I decide to live in England permanentally with a proper job. Supposively it is a good idea because tattoos should have personal meanings.

For example , I always wanted a tattoo looking like a barcode with numbers such as the date when I first came to the UK beneath the barcode then thought it kinda reminds others of Nazi thing? (Jewish people at the concentration camp forced to have numbers on their bodies). So I’m not too sure whether it’s a good idea or not…

Anyway, here are some photos of cool tattoos.

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