Tattooing: So Much for So little

A bee sting or a bad sunburn and even that feeling as if your foot was asleep are just a couple uncomfortable feelings described as to what it feels like to get a tattoo. It all comes down to the amount of tolerance a person has for pain. If you are easily queasy or a simple shot makes chills run down your spine, then you might want to think twice before taking a trip down to the parlor. Tattooing is one of the oldest forms of body art. The impulse to decorate it is essentially a human characteristic and is something that people have always done. At one time or another, the thought of going through this process has crossed everyone’s mind. For many people the designs and symbols of adornment can hold great meaning. Today it seems like almost everyone has a tattoo, whether its the biker riding down the highway on his Harley, or the Hollywood star who just recently got a tribal symbol on their back. Hell, your mom’s probably got one in a place you don’t want to know about. Many factors are involved when decided whether or not to allow someone to permanently imprint something as a symbol or a simple word on your skin. There are also many health factors including several transmitted diseases that could possibly be passed through needles, or even infections if not cared for properly.So make sure the tattoo is one, which will share your highs, and lows, grow old with you and ultimately follow you to the grave.