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Tattoo artists make their mark at Hong Kong fair

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I don’t like tattoos especially on women, I would never be with a woman with a tattoo, I consider that to be common and vulgar you see.

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Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion, man.

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I like tattoos if they're well done, but, frankly, most of the tattoos I see are pretty awful. They look like they've been done by a teenager with a biro.

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Tattoo conventions are fascinating and wonderous. Being able to create on a canvas as tricky as the human body is a difficult feat indeed. The different styles you see from the artists are also amazing - it's like an interactive art gallery.

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Do people who get tattoos never believe they will get old? Years from now they’ll have to explain that that picture on their arm is of a dolphin, not a blue whale.

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@falseflagsteve

At least heavily inked people tend not to judge others. I’ve met some of the nicest people in tattoo parlors.

But if we’re being shallow, I would rather date a woman with a lot of tattoos than a woman who had plastic surgery any day.

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I don't ink but have no objections.

Granddaughter paid her way through uni doing tattoos. She will continue with the business.

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I don't have tats but I don't judge people who do.

And I would totally date a chick with tats as well as a chick with muscles.

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