5 Things Your Neck Tattoo Says About You

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Don’t get me wrong, I love tattoos.

I have a few myself, remember this Phoenix tattoo I got to celebrate my new life? And this black bird memorial tattoo I got last year in Canada? And my husband has quite a few gorgeous tattoos, which I think are totally sexy.

BUT.

There’s a big difference between tattoos on your arms, legs, back, hips, etc – you know, socially acceptable areas to have tattoos – and ones that you can’t cover up without a ton of concealer. Even tramp stamps can be hidden, know what I mean?

Getting a neck tattoo is a whole different ball game. It takes gumption. It takes balls.

And it basically says to the world, “I Don’t Give a Flying F*%! What Anyone Thinks.”

Which is cool, you know, unless you actually DO care.

5 Things Your Neck Tattoo Says To The World

1. My neck is more interesting than my face.

2. Wearing jewelry is too much of a hassle, so I opted for a permanent necklace.

3. Who wants a job with stock options and a corner office? I want to work retail for the next 60 years.

4. I enjoy scaring small children.

5. My decision making skills suck.

Now, I do realize that the world is changing, and that visible tattoos are becoming more and more acceptable. But taking that step and marking a part of your body that you can not cover up?

Not a decision to be made lightly.

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Comments

  1. says

    I’m full of tattoos and can’t wait to get my neck done. These are more throat pieces, but, we don’t have to be technical. To each his own and tattoos are certainly my own.

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