|Today for you -- this tattoo, for me!
||[Jan. 16th, 2009|02:20 pm]
The Question Club
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Say you have a tattoo in a visible place. Is it oriented as to be public art, or as to be something for primarily you to see and other people incidentally?
ETA: Brownie points for pictures
Alternately, tell us about the teddy bear on your ass!
ETA: If you were to put words on your body, which language would you use? Why?
My one tattoo right now is on my shoulder and upper arm, so it's only visible if I'm wearing a sleeveless shirt or none at all. Nonetheless, it's oriented for other people to see, as I don't really have a good angle on it.
I'm looking at a new tattoo, though: "Live, Laugh, Love" composed in smoke, on the inner part of my forearm. Even though I plan to work internationally, I'll keep it in English for the alliteration and b/c it's my
natal tongue first language. I'm trying to decide which direction the words should face, though, since I want it to be both a beautiful thing for people to look at and a reminder for myself.