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  • 10-06-2009, 21:46
    Plumpcars
    [quote=Johnny;18403]
    Quote Originally Posted by Plumpcars View Post
    Try and steer her away from a boyfriends name as well....getting it lasered off further down the road does smart somewhat!
    Or worse a really bad tat of a 34 coupe you dont own anymore
    Oh dear...
  • 10-06-2009, 21:30
    Uncle Buck
    Its gotta be Rebecca every time
  • 09-06-2009, 08:27
    ASH
    [quote=Johnny;18403]
    Quote Originally Posted by Plumpcars View Post
    Try and steer her away from a boyfriends name as well....getting it lasered off further down the road does smart somewhat!
    Or worse a really bad tat of a 34 coupe you dont own anymore
    Glad i didnt get any tats of my old cars , id looka bit silly with a skoda pickup on my arm lol
  • 08-06-2009, 18:38
    Johnny
    [QUOTE=Plumpcars;17850] Try and steer her away from a boyfriends name as well....getting it lasered off further down the road does smart somewhat!
    Or worse a really bad tat of a 34 coupe you dont own anymore
  • 07-06-2009, 18:00
    58 delray
    rebbeca in hastings every time
  • 07-06-2009, 16:42
    rootesix66
    Quote Originally Posted by NoJive 55 View Post
    Viking I hope you fine a good clean one..
    But my advice would be as a Dad to try and talk her out of it
    They are a Fashion thing for girl Iím afraid
    Ask her if she would like to wear the cloths she got on today for the rest of her life you know the answer is going to be no. The same goes for tattoos

    My Wife worked at Maidstone Hospital for a lot of years and she lost count how many young girls were coming in tears trying to have Tattoos removed

    Good Luck


    BobÖ..
    oooooh try telling that to my wife
    second thoughts
    DONT
  • 06-06-2009, 21:33
    THE VIKING
    Quote Originally Posted by Plumpcars View Post
    My take is that if it is what your daughter wants and not just a five minute wonder then that's fine. I'm in the same position and would not try and stop mine but just guide her. I'm hardly a good example...
    What I think is wrong is when I've seen people come into a shop and just ask for a tattoo: 'What do you want?' ' I don't know really, I'll have a look round the shop'' and invariably they end up with a piece of flash that has taken a few minutes to choose. Try and steer her away from a boyfriends name as well....getting it lasered off further down the road does smart somewhat!
    Your daughter needs to be comfortable with the artist and their work and she needs to be sure of what she wants. You need to be comfortable with your daughter's health so make sure you pick a quality shop for her.
    Talk to Rebecca and you can be sure of a high quality healthy job from somebody with a strong car/bike background.

    Thanks for your reply steve Its not that all of a sudden she wants a tatoo as she has been on about it for 2 years now and still has not had it done. She does know what she wants but her being a chicken has got in the way of having it done so maybe with a bit of luck it will never happen. But as you say if it does I will make sure it is done in a clean well respected place
  • 06-06-2009, 20:06
    albie
    Maybe she should have a look here,first!!...from small acorns!!....'The tats are out there!!!'


  • 06-06-2009, 14:02
    Plumpcars
    My take is that if it is what your daughter wants and not just a five minute wonder then that's fine. I'm in the same position and would not try and stop mine but just guide her. I'm hardly a good example...
    What I think is wrong is when I've seen people come into a shop and just ask for a tattoo: 'What do you want?' ' I don't know really, I'll have a look round the shop'' and invariably they end up with a piece of flash that has taken a few minutes to choose. Try and steer her away from a boyfriends name as well....getting it lasered off further down the road does smart somewhat!
    Your daughter needs to be comfortable with the artist and their work and she needs to be sure of what she wants. You need to be comfortable with your daughter's health so make sure you pick a quality shop for her.
    Talk to Rebecca and you can be sure of a high quality healthy job from somebody with a strong car/bike background.
  • 06-06-2009, 08:38
    THE VIKING
    Thanks Guys Bob We have tried to talk her out of it but she is 21 now and we cant realy stop her if that is what she wants.
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