No, never, because years later you'll regret it. There's this thing called "Buyer's Remorse", it's bad enough to get it on something you can just throw away or sell at a yard sale, but a tattoo is either permanent or painfully lasered off.
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I've one on my back, designed for my husband and I. I've one on my thigh, a Betty Grable-esk pinup. and the last on my shoulder, a native American tattoo of a warrior Indian and his wolf companion. all of my tattoos represent an important stage in my life.
I'm not judging those who have tattoos, but it's not for me. I think that our personalities are in constant state of transition. Who I am now is not the same person I was or will be. If a tattoo reflects who I am now, it won't be who I am later. So it's not for me.
People get tattoos when they're young and don't know any better. They when they're older, you can't get them removed without some serious pain and problems. Ask any smoker. They all started when they were young and regret it when they get older. The answer is to not do something you'll regret in the first place. Skip the tattoo. You don't want to be the 80 year old grandma with a biker tat.