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    Default Where to get my next tattoo?

    I'm torn. I want a new tattoo, but I don't know where to get it.
    It will be the quote "Alis volat propriis" (She flies with her own wings), but I just dont know where.
    Places I'm in favour of - my forearm, my shoulder blade, my side/ribcage.
    I already have one on my lower back and my lower tummy I have already got a tattoo planned for there for once I am done having kids.

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    I'm not a huge fan of text in tattoos myself, but they do often look good on the side of the ribs

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    I like the look on the side/rib cage
    A friend just got one there and said it was the most painful out of the ones she has

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    I like pain
    I love the look of on the side of the ribs too.. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1344777533.893725.jpg I think it's my most favoured.

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    My friend has BREATHE across her wrist, looks very good. I guess it depends in how big you want it and whether you want it visible by others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    My friend has BREATHE across her wrist, looks very good. I guess it depends in how big you want it and whether you want it visible by others.
    To be honest, I want it as a reminder, so that's why I'd probably lean for the wrist/forearm. My only real concern is whether it would not act in my favour in the future if I were to go for a job interview, you know?

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    Forearm or shoulder blade gets my vote.

    On the opposite end of the scale, why not your foot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    To be honest, I want it as a reminder, so that's why I'd probably lean for the wrist/forearm. My only real concern is whether it would not act in my favour in the future if I were to go for a job interview, you know?
    I don't think tattoos are such a big thing now (not frowned upon). My friend is in a high position within her job and has never had any issues with it but does wear bracelets/watch when meeting with new clients. She always has people say positive things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue&Pink View Post
    Forearm or shoulder blade gets my vote.

    On the opposite end of the scale, why not your foot?

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    Feet tattoos just don't do it for me. Neither do leg/ankle ones (unless it's inner thigh).


 

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