Question of the day.

If you HAD to get a tattoo, what would the design look like? Where would it be?

My answer:

I am not sure. I’ve wanted to have a tattoo for quite a while, but hadn’t have any creative and concrete ideas. But I’ve always thought I’d like something related to Celtic culture. Well maybe not a Celtic cross. 😀 I wouldn’t like anything very very popular and overlooked, like Idk, flowers or butterflies (even though I love both flowers and butterflies), I’d rather go for something niche, maybe even a bit controversial, but on the other hand, I wouldn’t like something too controversial, something not matching with my personality, views, values, tastes etc. and so niche that it is almost aggressive and very very staring. As for where… hm, I guess it depends what it’d be… Maybe on my shoulder blade, or on my wrist.

You? 🙂

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

    1. Is oak your Celtic tree sign? That’s a very nice idea. Mine is cypress, and although I’ve never been particularly fascinated by these trees, I’ve also considered this as my tattoo motive. Being a Christian, I really do think that astrology, zodiac and Celtic signs and some other stuff like this have quite a big potential in predicting people’s personality traits and similar things about them, not so much our future imho though, hence it’s inspiring for me in some way.

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  1. I have 3 tattoos already. If you get one I’d say to make it something that is meaningful to you. You usually can usually give the artist an idea of what you’d like it to look like, and they will custom draw one for you. Or, they have sample pictures of all kinds of things and subjects. 🙂

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    1. Thanks for the advice. 🙂 Yeah if I’d get a tattoo, it would definitely have to be something meaningful to me. Don’t know yet if I’d ever get one, but actually it’s pretty possible.


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