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Unformatted text preview: Smith 1 Brittany Smith Professor Halfhide ENC 1101 MWF 10-10:50 10 October 2007 Tattoos Why do people get tattoos? Most of today’s society receives a tattoo because it is a fad. They believe that if they have the money, they could get a tattoo. However, I would tell them that that is an illogical reason. Tattoos are just an image imbedded in the skin with an electric needle that uses dye for color. What is so fascinating about a tattoo, if it doesn’t change you as a person? In some cases, tattoos are the names of people or of religious images. For example, my mother got a tattoo on her arm that displayed a red mature rose with a scroll across the steam that had my name, Brittany, written in it. She choose to get the tattoo with the mature rose to represent me as a mature, and beautiful woman, and she added my name to represent who she is referring too. Overall, her reason for receiving the tattoo was to remind her of me, in case she ever receives Alzheimer’s. My father, on the other hand, has a tattoo on his back that represented ever receives Alzheimer’s....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course AFH 3000 taught by Professor Gomez during the Spring '11 term at FIU.

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