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    Duh "Stripper Tattoo"

    So I have wanted this tattoo for a LONG time its a cheetah print tattoo going down my thigh similar to jhonni blazes tattoo. But now iv been told by many that its a "thot tattoo" and I'm "living up to the the stripper stereotype" what do you think about the tattoo and what other tattoos do you think are "stripper tattoos"

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    I think trend tattoos are not worth getting. I wouldn't get the cheetah print personally, and I also wouldn't get cherry blossoms, nautical stars, an anchor, tribal shit, etc. I have also seen a lot of strippers with negative tattoos about being beautiful disasters or like, "Old enough to know better... Too young to care." I don't believe you should mark your flesh with negative thoughts. But in the end it's your body and your decision. *shrug*

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    If you want it, you should get it. I have no tattoos because I've never wanted a tattoo for more than 6 months at a stretch. If you've wanted it for a long time and it's important to you and you want it on your body forever, who cares what other people think?

    Know that it'll probably look dated in about 10 years, though.

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    I have seen several strippers with that kind of cheetah print tattoo. Some other tattoos I saw on strippers were stars, expressions in script, giant angel wings on back. I saw some other ones I can only describe as "edgy" or supposed to be shocking. I personally don't care for tattoos and would never get them for myself. It seems so rare these days for people to not have a tattoo of some sort, even non dancers.

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    I personally don't like the leopard print tattoos but if you do, and if you absolutely cannot live w/o it, go for it. I think tattoos should be works of art on the body, but that's my personal belief about my body that has nothing to do w what you do w yours!

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    What is a "thot" for fuck's sake?
    Get whatever you want on your body. You're the one that has to live with it.
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    Last edited by tuesdaymarie; 07-21-2015 at 05:01 PM. Reason: I can't do the spellings.

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    Oh god lol. If anyone called me that I'd stab them in the eye and feed it to my alligator.
    "Fake tits are like Kevlar. They don't guarantee your chances of survival but they sure as hell improve it."
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    Don't care so much about the opinions of others - get what you want.

    I don't know if there are any specific "stripper tattoos" but the type of tattoo I've seen the most on strippers is definitely the angel wings and other angel tattoos.

    The most surprising one was when I realized one of my friends in the club has a cow tattoo.

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    The tattoos on the back of your thighs seem to be a trend.
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    Why settle for smtg 'trendy' when you could go for smtg unique & meaningful to YOU? This sounds more like mainly doing it bc others are doing it rather than bc you attach any real significance to it. Kinda like the body-art equivalent of 80s frizzy perm poufs except you can't really get rid of it. Might as well go for a traditional tramp stamp. Just my thoughts since I'm in agreement w/ the idea that smtg as pricey + permanent as a tattoo (both the tattoo itself & the removal if you decide to go that route later bc it's no longer 'The Style' ) should be abt more than just trying to keep up w/ a trend.

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    I say get what you want. There's a reason certain tattoos are so popular, and it's because they look cool to a lot of people. You don't have to get something super original just for the sake of being original if it's not what you want. As long as you know your reasons for getting something, fuck what other people say.

    My first tattoo was a Japanese character and I've gotten so much shit about it. I didn't get it because it was "cool" - I got it because I've always loved Japan/Japanese culture, was studying Japanese, and got a symbol that I knew I'd add onto later (which I did). People can roll their eyes and talk shit about my "typical trashy Asian tattoo" and shoot "are you SURE that's even what it says?" at me all day long - it was my tattoo for my own personal reasons, YES I know what it says and that it's accurate, and everyone else can go suck a big bag of D's.
    Don't try to win over the haters. You are not the Jerk Whisperer.

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    its also got to look good in 20 years

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    I wouldn't get that tattoo personally not because its a "stripper tattoo" but it just doesn't sound like my style but its YOUR body if that's what makes you happy go for it screw what other people want.

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    If you like it, then get it. It's your body, do as you please. But just so you know, I know 5 girls with that tattoo. Not over exaggerating either.

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    I've seen that one a lot too, usually on the shoulder. If you want it, get it. Stop asking for permission. If you're not sure, wait a month and see if you still want it.

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    If you really want it is up to you. Btw going to a good tattoo artist makes all the difference between making the tattoo look good or trashy, trust me.

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    I wouldn't get any tattoos if you plan on keeping your options for dancing more open.

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    i've worked with at least 4 girls with that exact tattoo, on the shoulder/back/leg so it does seem to be very popular. so yeah i can see how it could be viewed as a stereotypical stripper tat, but its your body.
    speaking as somebody who got a whole slew of tattoo when i first started dancing make it small and easy to cover up if you change your mind. i've had to get 2 tattoos covered up with more ink because i acted impulsively

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