Question by  floresja (33)

What are some myths about tattoos?

or the people who get them?


Answer by  chandni (145)

Some people think tattoos are anti-Christ while other consider it as a sign that the person is probably into drugs, drinking, smoking and sex with strangers especially when it comes to very young boys and girls. People think they are good for nothing school drop outs probably suffering from AIDS and wasting away their time and money.


Answer by  Manda (1103)

People have the myth that all tattoos hurt to get. That's not true. It depends on where you get your tattoo. If it's over a fleshy area, then it won't hurt. But if it's over a bone-y area, then it'll hurt.


Answer by  mellysa (162)

There are a lot of myths about tattoos, one being that you can get AIDS from the needles. This is not true. They use individual needles.


Answer by  Andie (38)

Some of the myths of tattoos are they bleed a lot, they are painful and that they may change color. Also, that certain inks hurt more than others, or that a tattoo is done with a single needle, when actually tattoos are done with needles that are clustered together in groups of odd numbers; such as three, five, seven, etc.


Answer by  sammy0415 (274)

Some common myths about tattoos are that society will look down on you if you have one; that tattoos are painful to get, and that you will regret getting one.

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