InfiniteZr0Jan 22, MugetsuJan 22, Maybe I took it the wrong way. I wonder what kind of traditions lead to this. Western societies tend to let our youth grow to post puberty before we let them make decisions on this kind of alteration which means that they can make an informed choice. I doubt that even if she was asked whether this was something she wanted or not, she has the understanding to answer honestly. One of my best friends got into the scene or whatever you call it of tattoo sleeves, gauged ears, etc.
Because his father is tattooed and young children inevitably have the desire to imitate their parents.
big stretched ears
Now can we start by defying our own? For example, I know for a fact that if I were ask my seven year old son if he wanted a tattoo he would without a doubt say yes. I've thought about getting those. America2k1Jan 22, Very small is 'eh' but any bigger is dumb and shows no foresight.