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    Quote Originally Posted by YWIR View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Tattoos ARE reversable,
    I consider tattoos to be more permanent than non-permanent. With today's technologies, one is mostly assured of scarring and/or blotchy skin once the removal process is complete. The skin will never return to it's pre-tattoo condition, and the scarring will be a constant reminder of the tattoo that was once there.
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    No, because it essentially reduces to scarification, which leaves a permanent unnecessary mark that could interfere with his or her life in a meaningful way if he or she did not have the sort of personality that lends itself to wanting body art.

    It's different than ear piercings because ear piercings are small, barely noticeable and can be covered by hair or whatever.

    The only conditions under which I would tattoo my child is if it was necessary for some functional reason, like getting a number or tribal mark tattooed on them, and without doing so there'd be some kind of dire consequence from society or gov't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post

    My high school bf had that tatooed on his fingers/fists lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    My high school bf had that tatooed on his fingers/fists lol.
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    Probably not, if I had quadruplets I might tattoo numbers on their left arm to keep track. Or the alphabet, I'm not sure yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Probably not, if I had quadruplets I might tattoo numbers on their left arm to keep track. Or the alphabet, I'm not sure yet.
    or the alphabet. sounds like a great idea

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    I find microchipping abhorrent, let alone tatooing. It's the whole kids are property thang, instead of the gift of joy they are (okay, I was trying not to laugh when I typed the last bit out, as I remember, how much they poop and cry in the first six months.)

    However if it was a right of passage that they needed to get by socially (the tattooing, not the microchipping), I don't think any authority should have anything to say about that so long as the childs heath wasn't endangered. It's not my power to judge what other cultures should or should not do, and well tatoos are kinda grey area. My only hang up, is some times you must comprimise on these things if you move to another culture.
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    i totally thought this was about getting your child's name or face tattooed on you.

    so, no in both instances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Jesus Random... where did I ever say it was ok to frigging beat your kids?

    I didn't, I only implied that the kid needs to know that things can always get worse.

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    lol. As evidenced by my quoting of Lark, I was not talking to or about you (or even about the vast majority of conservatives in general) - in fact you hadn't even posted in this thread, and I don't think I've ever posted on the spanking threads here let alone posted there to argue with you so I'm certainly not subtly dredging up some old argument between us. There is no need to pick fights here.

    I realize it's unfair to respond to you while you're gone and can't "defend yourself" for now, but I'm not attacking you, just clarifying since I didn't see your post until now.
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