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illxvx asked: so my favourite band is the 1975 and i want to get a tattoo related to them but i know that some people regret that sort of tattoos. and were do you think that would look pretty a little tatto?

Eh, if you love the band then do it. Life is a journey and we might as well remember all of the little things we love through our tattoos. That’s what’s so great about them. As far as placement, I would need to know if you just want the name of the band or some sort of symbol. Either way, forearm is always a safe bet.

aliceinawesomeland asked: I have wanted a nail polish bottle tattoo for a long time and I've just turned 18, so I've been thinking about it more and more (might still chicken out, not sure about the whole 'tattoo at 18' thing) but I have absolutely no idea where to put it, so I thought I would ask if you had any ideas? Thanks! :-)

That sounds cute! As I always tell people, it depends on how much exposure you want that tattoo to get. If you’re okay with the world seeing it, it would look great on your forearm. If you want something more subtle you could go for the spot right behind your ankle bone. If you want it only seen a little bit then your ribs would always work. 

waffledemort asked: Hi, I just found your blog and it's wonderful! I'm hoping to get my first tattoo next year when I turn 18, and I can't decide between all of my plans which one I want first. Do you think it would be better to get a small, but obviously placed one, or a larger, but more easily hidden one? Thanks x

Hello and thank you! There are benefits and detriments to both. Getting a small one will be a good first experience because it won’t take as long. However, I’m not sure what kind of career you’re going into. As much as times are changing, there are still employers out there who will be total dicks about people with tattoos. Just be mindful of where you’re placing ANY tattoo (think about where it fits best, when it will be exposed, and if it will warp a lot as your body ages). Whichever you decide on, make sure that you LOVE your design and your artist. You’ll know sooner or later which option will be best for you. 

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