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Brittany Smith Professor Halfhide ENC 1101 MWF 10-10:50 3 October 2007 A tattoo is a permanent mark or design made on your skin with pigments inserted through pricks into the skins top layer with a needle. This definition of tattoo was taken from www.mayoclinic.com/health/tatooing-and-piercings/MC00020.Tattoos are a waste of money and time. All tattoos can represent a story of someone life. They are helpful to start a conversation for most people, but tattoos can affect the appearance of a person if it is visible. People are taking a life risk to receiving tattoos. The risks are skin infections and other reactions that you can be more subjective too. Most tattoos are now being done because more famous people like Fifty Cent, and Lil Wayne are getting them. I feel that a person’s outlook of a tattoo might change, so why get them. Most people get an array of tattoos to tell others a story of their life. I believe tattoos are a way for people to be lazy and not network with other people because their tattoo explains it all. For example, a mother of two gets tattoos of her daughters faces on
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