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    Tattoos

    This should be interesting. How many of you have got them and what do you think of them?

    I've had a couple since I was 18. One is horrendous. Have been meaning to have it removed for a long time - but I never get round to doing it. Currently thinking of having it covered up / changed rather than removing it. In fact I'm sat in a coffee shop waiting for my appointment to see what's possible - other then chopping an arm off
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    I really like some of the art and think they can look great, I just donít want them on my own skin.
    Takes a lot of skill to look this bad you know...

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    Theyíre fine. For other people.
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    Haven't got one, never wanted one. Youngest has several, first one I presume was two fingers up at me....it was a couple of years after she'd declared she was leaving home to be a gypsy.
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    No tattoos on me, and it's just as well, as they're still frowned upon in Japan. There are places like onsen (spa baths) and gyms which won't allow people with tattoos in, due to the historical links to organised crime (i.e. the Yakuza). Some young rebels have them, but I'm pretty sure that they bring shame on their families.

    Having said that, I was in one onsen after a skiing trip when a very large man covered in colourful tattoos sat next to me. I didn't compliment him on his ink or attempt to count his fingers...
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    Well the appointment went well, the guy has done some great work previously and we looked over what I'm considering together. He was able to Photoshop the potential design onto my arm. Shame it isn't that easy in real life.....a full six hour day plus maybe another couple of hours after to follow

    Told myself that one way or another the one I have now will be gone by the time we go to Florida in the summer, so I'd best get on with it.

    Interesting that no one who's replied yet has any.
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    I just don’t get it/not for me however I find it fascinating.
    Whether it is someone I know who covered themselves in child level drawings or even last night was reading about a girl who put ‘cursed’ on her face. I find highly detailed art fascinating & if I’m (usually getting served somewhere) I’ll compliment & ask what they mean. Best response was for my grandad. Nearly cried.

    The whole Amy Winehouse level is interesting but for for ex could you imagine you had the Eu flag on your butt cheek ? .....

    Is this your youngest Dave ?

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    They look like utter $hit, never understood the desire for 'em, crack on & do what you want to your own bod, but why you'd want to tho defeats my logic.
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    Nope. Never had one, never had the desire to get one either.

    And the 'in memory of xxx' ones.

    I can remember just fine without getting a picture that looks nothing like them on my arm.

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    Actually there was one I liked years ago, I met this Jap fella in Oz, first meeting he's in shorts & a T shirt see a long tat on his leg & down one arm, next time we are at beach & he's in his swimmers, his whole bod was a dragon, from his foot upwards & wrapped round his torso etc, it was pretty amazing actually & took years to do.
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    I have a quote from the Roman poet Horace on my left arm. It means a lot to me as it represents a time of much change in my life and such I'll never regret getting it.

    Have had it for nine years now.
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    Not a fan of the tramp stamp. None on me and unlikely to ever have one.

    They donít bother me on others. If you like them so be it.

    Friend got a tattoo in memory of our friend that died when we were 21. He was in the process of joining the met and when they saw it they refused his application. He regrets that now. Heís a security guard.
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    No. I see that it's quite popular these days and so many young people have them including my son. He's got tattoos relating to bands that he likes. If he'd have asked me before he got them, I'd have told him not to get them, but he didn't. I think he's made a mistake but time will tell although they look well done. He doesn't have the money to waste on them either.

    I used to have a neighbour who loved his job so much that he got the company logo put onto his chest. He had the local paper come around and do a piece on it too. Pity it was 'Safeway'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Floyd View Post
    No. I see that it's quite popular these days and so many young people have them including my son. He's got tattoos relating to bands that he likes. If he'd have asked me before he got them, I'd have told him not to get them, but he didn't. I think he's made a mistake but time will tell although they look well done. He doesn't have the money to waste on them either.

    I used to have a neighbour who loved his job so much that he got the company logo put onto his chest. He had the local paper come around and do a piece on it too. Pity it was 'Safeway'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave B View Post
    I wonder if one of Garys is for 'Haircut 100' or an 'I Love Kajagoogoo'
    Nah given his love of visiting dentists, probably a got a tat of his fave band 'Teeth'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewt View Post
    Not a fan of the tramp stamp. None on me and unlikely to ever have one.

    They donít bother me on others. If you like them so be it.

    Friend got a tattoo in memory of our friend that died when we were 21. He was in the process of joining the met and when they saw it they refused his application. He regrets that now. Heís a security guard.
    Think it's changed now? As saw an on duty firearms cop with sleeve tats, I guess if ex army/marines etc & especially ex sf join the firearms teams they will have tats galore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave B View Post
    I wonder if one of Garys is for 'Haircut 100' or an 'I Love Kajagoogoo'
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    Not for me either. Would never even consider it.

    You can't be a blood donor if you have a tattoo I believe. Perhaps something to think about.
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    People that have visible personal modifications, such as tattoos and/or multiple piercings, can sometimes be perceived as being self-absorbed and/or rebellious/aggressive. On first sight, a viewer's instinct might be to create a defence mechanism and treat the wearer with caution, which would usually be immediately overruled by the viewer's rational thought and emotional intelligence ("this person is just human so let's carry on as normal"), but even subconsciously that barrier may be put up. This could affect the decision making process in recruitment, sales, courtship, etc, or even just having a pint with new people.
    Birds of a feather and all that.

    Personally, I don't get it, but each to their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizard View Post
    Nah given his love of visiting dentists, probably a got a tat of his fave band 'Teeth'

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobyte View Post
    People that have visible personal modifications, such as tattoos and/or multiple piercings, can sometimes be perceived as being self-absorbed and/or rebellious/aggressive. On first sight, a viewer's instinct might be to create a defence mechanism and treat the wearer with caution, which would usually be immediately overruled by the viewer's rational thought and emotional intelligence ("this person is just human so let's carry on as normal"), but even subconsciously that barrier may be put up. This could affect the decision making process in recruitment, sales, courtship, etc, or even just having a pint with new people.
    Birds of a feather and all that.

    Personally, I don't get it, but each to their own.
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    Not for me.

    I can see how some get them to mark a significant life event.

    Sometimes it might make a 3rd party make an assumption. Life is full of the outcomes of these unconscious decisions. I just don't want to be on the wrong side of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz View Post

    You can't be a blood donor if you have a tattoo I believe. Perhaps something to think about.
    You have to wait for 4 months from the date of your body piercing or tattoo (including semi-permanent make-up and microdermabrasion) before you give blood.

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    Wife has several, I have none.


    Don't get them, her having them didn't influence us getting together.


    Personally I view them as a waste of money, which could otherwise be better spent on car parts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond Hell View Post
    Wife has several, I have none.


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    And Iain.
    I’m just balancing an argument.... I’m guessing this is something you are not used to.
    Maybe tattoos are a way of expressing oneself if they feel they don’t have a voice.
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    Back on topic. I have one. Jemma has several (9). My daughter has 3. My eldest has 5.

    Mine - had it when I was 19. Training for a tour to Northern Ireland and we went out as a team to get tattoos. I didnt plan on getting one but buckled to peer pressure and got something I didnt really want. Cost me £16 in 1994. It's not awful but I hate it. Jemma wants me to get a cover up but I've no desire to get another anytime soon.

    Jemma - most are nice and many are in discreet locations. She has one on her lower leg which I hate. She has regrets having it too. It was a cover up but the one she covered up was actually better. The others are tasteful and meaningful.

    Daughter - she has two small ones and a huge poppy design on her thigh. The latter cost £250. Great quality but a bit OTT imo. She paid. She's 18. Its her body. One is 3 dandelions which is a sign of a military child apparently.

    Eldest son - Always skint so he gets his mate (not even trained) to do them. He has four, all freehand and they look like a 3 year old did them. An alien, a UFO, a smiley face (crosses for eyes), a sad face and a skull. Think proper shit and you're half way there. He's an idiot.

    If done properly, tasteful and discreet I can tolerate them on others. It's their body at the end of the day and some look really smart. Those that have them in their faces etc are just a bit daft imo.

    Personally, I wish I had none. Mine is a british bulldog and union flag with ENGLAND under it. Very popular in the early 90s. I feel a bit of knob when my top is off at a beach resort or similar. That said I'm thankful it's not a freehand alien or a UFO.
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    Chris, how do tats go down when you do what you did & transition to officer ranks?
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    It a non issue mate. In my experience anyway.

    I know of direct entry officers (my boss) that have them too. Clearly not many do though. If an officer has sleeve tattoos for example, he's quite likely to be late entry.

    Queens regulations state the rules on where you 'can't' have them. Also on what is considered inappropriate. AFAIK it's applicable to all.
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    Mongo had one done under a bit of peer pressure Chris. (she doesn't touch alcohol so can't blame it on being hammered)
    An anchor...on the inside of her right ankle area.
    I kept threatening to get her a W for in front of it but in the end she's had it covered..with a f### off big flower of some sort.

    They're so common now that few people give a monkeys and just having some 'ink' doesn't change who you are
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    I don't have any. Plenty of my friends do, some to mark significant occasions in their life, some because they love the art.

    I sort of like the idea of having a tattoo in theory, but I can't think of anything I'd want etched on my body for the rest of my life.

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    Nope, never have and never will. I try not to judge others who have them, but sometimes it's difficult not to.
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    If anyone ever comes at you with a tattoo gun, you should respond as you would to any other physical assault with, ďNot the face, not the face!Ē
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    Quote Originally Posted by N/B View Post
    If anyone ever comes at you with a tattoo gun, you should respond as you would to any other physical assault with, ďNot the face, not the face!Ē
    Good advice.

    I don't have any. No particularly objections to them on others but they're so common now for 18 - 30 year olds that I wonder if in about 40 years time there'll be hoards of wrinkly tat laden pensioners everywhere?
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    I wonder if in about 40 years time there'll be hoards of wrinkly tat laden pensioners everywhere?
    They already exist in my part of the world. Just different types of ink to todays. More anchors, swallows and naked ladies than you can shake a stick at

    I have to say the hardest bit for me was considering what I wanted. I didn't like the idea of a skeleton, naked lady, lion / tiger or tribal shizzle. Not my thing.
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    My ex has half a rose tattoo pattern on one ankle. She's glad in retrospect that she didn't have the money to go back and get "Guns 'n Roses" inscribed on the other half...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Mac View Post
    My ex has half a rose tattoo pattern on one ankle. She's glad in retrospect that she didn't have the money to go back and get "Guns 'n Roses" inscribed on the other half...
    Big risk with that sort of thing. I mean, Jimmy savile and rolf Harris were icons when I was a kid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz View Post
    Big risk with that sort of thing. I mean, Jimmy savile and rolf Harris were icons when I was a kid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stu View Post
    Good advice.

    I don't have any. No particularly objections to them on others but they're so common now for 18 - 30 year olds that I wonder if in about 40 years time there'll be hoards of wrinkly tat laden pensioners everywhere?
    My dad's next door neighbour got his first when he retired at 60, he's got lots now. Goes and gets another when he's bored.

    Can't remember who said it, but the blue bird young ladies get at the bottom of their back at 20 looks like a turkey by the time they're 50..
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    One sleeve finished, the other sleeve WIP, most of the my back piece is finished and ties into the sleeves.

    I chose to stop at the wrists and neck so for those business meetings where either culturally or otherwise having visible tattoos would be an impediment, I can cover up with a long sleeved dress shirt.

    Living in Saudi for a few years for example, saw me always covered up off base.

    Each one has meaning to me, they are part of my story, something I'll go into the ground 'wearing' If people chose to judge me for that, then they aren't anyone I would want as a friend to start with.

    I don't judge anyone without a tattoo as odd or a freak etc so why it works the other way round I don't get

    I'll carry on having more.
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    I have the names of my three kids on my ankle (plus a bit of artwork). Although my mate says "Harry" looks more like "Barry".

    Would have more tattoos if I could think of something else that will be important to me for the rest of my life.

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    Other people can do what they want. I wouldn't judge anyone for full sleeves etc and back pieces and stuff which can be covered up if you are in a professional environment, but face and neck ones do shock me a little sometimes



    Oddly I don't mind the idea of them for myself, but I've never found anything in the last 32 years that I feel strongly enough about, that I KNOW I will still feel equally as strongly about in another 32 years to warrant getting it drawn on me for the rest of time.


    As a result, I doubt very much I'll ever get one. Always open to the idea though if something did ever make me feel that strongly.
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    I have a birth mark just above one of my hips on my back. I never see it so I can't remember which side it's on. In my opinion that's my own, natural tattoo. I also have enough holes as standard and don't require any further piercings.

    I'd never have a tattoo done. Simple reason is that, from past experience, my tastes change constantly so I know that, no matter what would have done, I'd grow to hate it in a very short space of time.

    Gemma has a couple, neither of which I even notice these days, but it's absolutely not for me.
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    I've got no tattoos,
    though I've fought the inexplicable urge to get one for many a year...
    I may get one yet (if I can summon the requisite cochones..)..

    A few years ago, I had a bet with a (then) girlfriend over a round of Golf -
    the loser had to get a tattoo!
    I won, and she had to get a tattoo on her private regions...
    Bless her, she honoured the bet.

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    First one was done to cover up one I had when I was 18. That was a couple of weeks ago and it's healed nicely. Seven hours in the chair was tough going, but not once did I ask for a break - something I was determined not to do. The quicker it was done and finished the better.

    The trouble is I really like it, as does Emma. So now I'm a bit off balance as my other one from years gone by looks silly on my other shoulder. So two weeks today in booked in for another full day to have the other one done. The same theme so I won't be out of kilter. And finally another day I reckon to add a couple of extra bits I want. That will probably wait until the autumn though.
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    They are becoming more the norm tbh, I donít mind them to be honest, I have one on my Chest and the GF has a few . She had one yesterday lol

    I donít know about sitting in a chair for 7 hours , however You Crack on GK , as long as itís not in the neck or the face that is just wrong

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